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CPI(M) Chhattisgarh State Conference

THE sixth state conferene of CPI(M) Chhattisgarh committee was held from February 1-3, 2018 at Bishrampur in Surajpur district. It gave a clarion call to defeat BJP and to strengthen the organisation and expand mass struggles to establish Left as the alternative political force in the state.  The conference was attended by 101 delegates, including four observers and eight women.

SFI Convention against Communalism

A PACKED auditorium with more than 650 students from southern states of India, reverberated with slogans against communalism and a determined conviction to safeguard the unity of the country The national convention ‘Aman Ka Ailan’ was organised by the Students’ Federation of India in Bangalore on February 17 as part of its nation-wide campaign against communalisation. Presiding over the convention, SFI all India president, VP Sanu said that the BJP has two agendas in our country – economic agenda and cultural agenda. They are hiding their economic agenda with their cultural agenda.

AIDWA Delegation Meets Law Minister on Triple Talaq Bill

A DELEGATION of AIDWA leaders met the law minister on February 8 and submitted a memorandum regarding the Bill of the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2017, bringing to his attention the concerns of various women’s organisations and individuals about it.

The law minister gave a patient hearing to the views expressed by the delegation and also explained the government’s stand point. He assured that the government would examine the questions raised in the memorandum seriously.

On the Bahujana Left Front (BLF) in Telangana

THE formation of Bahujana Left Front (BLF) in Telangana has brought to the fore a question as to how Communists could work together with Ambedkarites. This question arose because of the ripples created by the coming together of these forces. Though they have been distant from each other for some time, the relationship among Ambedkarites, followers of Phule and communists is a natural phenomenon. Like science and technology, communist ideology also did not emerge just like that out of the blue.

Tripura is Ready to Bridle Saffron Brigade

THE Tripura assembly elections are going to take place on February 18 under a complex scenario prevailing in the country, with the outcome of the 2014 parliamentary polls having brought about a retrogressive change in the political scene.The RSS-BJP has openly declared that the Communists and the CPI(M) are their main enemy and the BJP leadership has made the conquest of Tripura as their main target.

Suggestions to Delegates and Observers attending the CPI(M) 22nd Congress, Hyderabad

THE 22nd Congress of the CPI(M) is going to be held at Hyderabad from April 18-22, 2018.

1)   Accommodation will be arranged for delegates and observers from the evening of April 17th to April 23rd morning.

2)   The venue for the Congress is RTC Kalyana Mandapam, RTC X roads, Baghlingampally, Musheerabad.

3)   Public meeting will be held on April 22.

4)   There are three Railway Stations at Hyderabad (Secunderabad, Hyderabad-Nampally and Kachiguda). You can get down at any of these stations. Secunderabad and Kachiguda stations are nearer to the venue.


CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on February 12, 2018.

THE Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) dips its banner in salute to veteran communist and trade union leader Comrade Mohd. Amin. Comrade Mohd. Amin died this afternoon. He was ninety years old.

 Mohd. Amin was born in Kolkata to poor parents who had migrated from Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. Lack of formal education and poverty led Amin to start work at the young age of 14 in a jute mill.


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