Left Parties National Convention

THE Left parties – Communist Party of India (Marxist), Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation, Revolutionary Socialist Party  and the All India Forward Bloc – have organised an all India convention at New Delhi on September 20. They have given a call for week long actions throughout the country from October 10 to 16. On October 16th, there will be massive protest demonstrations in different parts of the country.

Rajasthan: Successful Mass Movement Against Attack on Girl Students

After a prolonged persistent struggle initially by the students of Sikar college in Rajasthan, and then led by the CPI(M) against the brutal cane charge on girl students; the demands of the struggle were eventually met by forcing the state government to transfer the district magistrate and the police chief. The agitation continued for over 24 days from August 28 when the students were attacked by the police.


TRIPURA: Police Permission for Dalit Rally Withdrawn at Last Minute

IN an unprecedented move, Tripura Police in Agartala had suddenly stopped a march convened by the Tripura Tapasili Jati Samanway Samiti (TTJSS) as part of an all-India protest call. A convention was organised on September 1 as part of it and the police permission was sought much in advance. But initially, they denied permission on the grounds that the date coincided with the day of by-election to the Badharghat assembly constituency. Then it was rescheduled for September 25.

TRIPURA: Youth Upsurge in Agartala

WE are the youth, we want jobs. The slogan reverberated in the streets of Agartala, as thousands of youth marched through the city on September 16.

The city of Agartala witnessed waves after waves of youth walking past the route from Rabindra Bhavan to Vivekananda Stadium in an organised and determined march at the call of the DYFI and the TYF.

The two youth organisations had given the call of  "Agartala Cholo" with a  12 point charter of demands.

DELHI: United Left Alliance Wins JNUSU Polls

THE United Left Alliance has won all four central panel posts in the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union polls.

The United Left alliance of SFI – Students’ Federation of India, Democratic Students' Federation (DSF), All India Students' Association (AISA), and All India Students' Federation (AISF) has won the elections, bagging all four central panel posts with thumping majorities.

Aishe Ghosh of SFI has been elected as the president, defeating the nearest opponent candidate by 1,185 votes.

TELANGANA: Attempts to Falsify Facts of Glorious Telangana Struggle

THE CPI(M) Telangana state committee held district-level meetings to mark Hyderabad merger day on September 17. On the day in 1948, Hyderabad State which was under Nizam, was merged with the union of India following the police action.  Celebrating the anniversary of the merger, a number of meetings were held in the districts. Under the auspices of the Greater Hyderabad Central City committee, the anniversary of the Telangana Armed Struggle (1946-52) was celebrated and a meeting was held in Sundarayya Vignana  Kendram in Hyderabad on September 17.


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