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  • Apr
The working class all over the world is observing the May Day this year when the onslaughts against them in all fields are intensifying day by day. An overview of the long period after the Second International decided to observe May Day, the day on which the working class in Chicago organized the historic march for an eight hour working day, as the international working class day, we have witnessed many ups and downs of the movement. But what we are witnessing during the post Second World War decades, especially after the setbacks suffered by the international communist movement, is…
  • 03
  • Apr
The CPI(ML) Red Star appeals to all its members and friends who are active in social media to focus on the main issues put forward by the Political Resolution adopted by the recently concluded 11th Party Congress at Bengaluru, and the Election Manifesto released by the party on 10th March in order to campaign based on the Party Line for the candidates fielded by the party and supported by the party with the central slogan: Defeat BJP, Build up People’s Alternative. Our comrades using social media should take care so that they are not dragged to non-issues and the significance…
  • 03
  • Apr
We the undersigned, with deep anger and profound sorrow, condemn the killing of the dalit activist Dani Batra at the gate of the Vedanta Alumina refinery plant at Lanjigarh in Kalahandi district yesterday morning. Sujit Kumar Minj of the OISF has also been killed. Over 50 people were badly injured in the brutal lathi-charge by the Odisha Industrial Security Force (OISF) and admitted to the Lanjigarh hospital. As per media reports, a heavy clash took place between contract employees of the refinery plant and the OISF personnel. The contract workers were demanding permanent jobs, education for their children and provision…
  • 03
  • Apr
The Christchurch mosque massacre is a white supremacist act of ultra right, neo-fascist forces who spread national chauvinist narratives and anti-Islam phobia. The silence of Modi like forces towards this massacre shows how deep rooted is their Islamophobia. Actually this white, upper caste national chauvinist cult is spreading with the backing of increasing number of mainstream ultra right, neo-fascist leaders like Trump, Modi etc. It is high time we should alert and mobilize the people against this creeping danger by intensifying the efforts for building alternative secular, anti-racist, anti=caste, eco-friendly and egalitarian model of development and all round democratization. n
  • 03
  • Apr
The All India Revolutionary Women’s Organisation (AIRWO) observed March 8 as International Workingwomen’s Day with seminars, public meetings and activists’ meeting in several states like Odisha, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and other states. We are publishing below the statement of the AIRWO issued on the occasion of International Women’s Day, 2019. On March 8, 1917, women went on strike in the then Russian capital of St Petersburg, demanding Bread and Peace. At that time Tsarist Russia was in the middle of the bloody First World War, with millions of soldiers perishing at the Front for a war that brought…
  • 03
  • Apr
(Based on following statement issued by Central Committee of CPI(ML) Red Star on 1st March, different state committees of party organised anti-war programmes on 15th March) With Pakistan handing over IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman in a gesture of peace, there seems to be, for the time being at least, perceptible de-escalation of tensions between the two countries. However, the jingoistic fervour, ceaselessly whipped up by Modi and his govt., as also irresponsible and pro-Modi media, has not quite abated. Meanwhile, further state atrocities in Kashmir, in the name of ‘combating terrorism’, have worsened matters. It is obvious that on…
  • 03
  • Apr
It was two years ago we observed the 50th anniversary of Naxalbari Uprising with all India programs culminating with a march to Naxalbari on 25th May, 1967. This Uprising was in effect a clarion call for advancing along the path of People’s Democratic Revolution defeating the revisionists of all hues who were leading the movement and for sharpening the struggle for overthrowing the reactionary ruling system. The formation of the CPI(ML) two years later was a historic step towards reorganizing the communist movement with revolutionary orientation. Though the left adventurist mistakes in the initial phase led to severe setbacks to…
  • 03
  • Apr
CPI(M) leaders are very angry because the Congress president Rahul Gandhi has decided to contest from Wayanad seat in Kerala also, besides Amethi. BJP is not a major force in Kerala. It is difficult for it to get even one seat. There the main fight is between CPI(M) led LDF and Congress led UDF. Whoever wins in this contest, all the 20 MPs shall support the anti-BJP government coming to power at Delhi. So, Rahul is contesting not against BJP at Wayanad, but against the LDF which is staunch opponent of BJP. This will only weaken the anti-BJP forces, according…
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The Communist movement in India has a history of almost a century after the salvos of October Revolution in Russia brought Marxism-Leninism to the people of India who were engaged in the national liberation struggle against the British colonialists. It is a complex and chequered history.