WEST BENGAL: Nandigram: Conspiracy Unravelled

One of the tragic incidents occurred on March 14, 2007 when police firing took place in Nandigram. Before that, an entire area was practically taken into control by TMC-Maoists and other forces under the banner of the Bhumi Ucched Protirodh Committee. Roads were cut off, all government offices were forced to close, no public service could be provided and a large number of people were chased away.

WEST BENGAL: Morcha on the March

AT the end of the third phase of polling, it can be said that Sanjukta Morcha is on the march. The malicious and scandalous allegations that Trinamool Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party have been hurling at each other for the past few months, have nettled the ordinary people, who have been fighting a grim battle for survival for the last one year, ever since the unplanned lockdown was shoved down their throat. Neither the TMC nor the BJP has addressed any of the burning issues plaguing the daily lives of the working class.

Withdraw Vehicle Scrap Policy Hold Negotiations with All Stakeholders

The draft notification issued by the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, on March 15, 2021 will burden all types of the commercial vehicle as well the private motor vehicle owners. When the entire road transport industry is in serious crisis, the implementation of the policy will create havoc. AIRTWF has raised its objections and also suggested points which will help the industry as well as to contain pollution

People of Kerala are Poised to Create History

AN explicit wave in favour of the Left Democratic Front is visible across Kerala where the assembly elections are going to be held on April 6. The leadership and rank and file of the LDF are confident of making a historic victory through re-election of an incumbent government. As LDF is certain of mobilising the people to victory, the opposition UDF seems aimless and is making false allegations against the government.

KERALA: Social Security and the Left Alternative

TWO recent reports submitted in the Lok Sabha by parliamentary standing committees on rural development and agriculture give an unflattering picture of the current state of the flagship pension schemes undertaken by the union government, shedding light on the reality that is masked by campaign slogans like ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’. The gains made by the LDF government in Kerala make for a study in contrast.


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