Massive Kisan Mukti March in Delhi Makes Powerful Political Impact

THEY came. They marched. And they captured the hearts and minds of millions of their countrymen all over India. They comprised tens of thousands of farmers and agricultural workers – women, men and children – from almost every state in the north, south, east and west.

Kerala: People Back the Left as LDF Wins Big in Local By-polls

THE Left Democratic Front (LDF) in Kerala, continues its winning streak by registering an emphatic victory in the local body by-elections, amidst the high-decibel anti-government campaign unleashed by the Sangh Parivar outfits over the Sabarimala verdict.

Growing Mobilisation of Working People to Defeat BJP

THE Kisan Mukti March on November 29-30 in Delhi was an impressive mobilisation of farmers from all over the country who are being ground down by the neoliberal policies of the Modi government.

Bulandshahr Violence Condemned

CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on December 4, 2018 THE Polit Bureau strongly condemns the brutal killing of police inspector Subodh Kumar Singh by a mob in Bulandshahr district of Uttar Pradesh. Along with him an innocent bystander was also shot dead.

The Emerging International Regime

THIRD world economies are now facing a reduced export demand for their goods and services for two distinct reasons. One is the world capitalist crisis which entails a reduced aggregate demand in the world economy and hence reduced aggregate exports for all countries taken together; the other is the protectionism of the US, which, by garnering for that country a larger share than it would have otherwise had of this reduced world market, leaves correspondingly less...

CRISPR Babies: An Unconscionable Experiment Rocks the Scientific World

A CHINESE scientist, He Jiankui shocked the world last week, with the claim that he has genetically modified the embryo of two twin sisters, using the CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing tool. According to news reports, one couple has already given birth to twin girls and another one is on the way.

International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties

THE 20th International Meeting of Communist and Worker’s Parties was held from November 22-25, in Athens, Greece. Communist Party of Greece (KKE), which hosted the meeting had made excellent arrangements, which incidentally coincided with the centenary of the foundation of the KKE.

WEST BENGAL: Inspiring March Culminates in a Mammoth Rally

FARMERS painted the roads red on November 28-29, as thousands and thousands of them, at the call of the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) and the All India Agricultural Workers Union (AIAWU), demonstrated their exemplary spirit to fight for their rights, which they said are being attacked by the present BJP led union government.

Meanwhile in Tripura

A FRESH spell of attacks has been started by the BJP in Tripura to stop the Left Front and other opposition parties from filing nomination in the upcoming by-election to the urban local bodies.

Remembering Comrade Amit Sengupta (1958-2018)

DR. Amit Sengupta, a leading activist in the science and health movements, died tragically on December 28, 2018 in a swimming accident off the coast of Goa. He had turned 60 earlier this year.

In the Leadership of the International- 21

NEWSPAPER reports of the election of the leading committee, which later became the General Council, of the International Workingmen’s Association (IWA) carried Marx’s name at the end of the list. Soon, however, Marx’s name was the first in the elected committee, “the soul of this as of all subsequent General Councils” of the International, as Engels described him.

“To Remain or not to Remain”, is the Question Tearing UK Apart

ON first of January 1973, the UK which consists of England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Gibraltar joined the European Economic Community.