Tripura: Retrenched Teachers Victim of Betrayal by Congress, BJP

ON January 27, the residents of Agartala witnessed the senseless, inhuman barbarities inflicted by police and paramilitary forces on the 10,323 retrenched teachers squatting in front of the City Centre in Melarmath. Police started indiscriminate lathi-charge on the teachers, both men and women, at pre-dawn hours as they were sleeping at their protest site in bone-chilling cold. The police demolished their temporary structure for their night-stay, took away their three donation boxes with approximately Rs 2.5 lakh, food and even warm clothes and vanity bags of women.

Tripura: Spirited March of Left Youth in Agartala

YOUTH of the state once again showed their indomitable zeal to fight against all onslaughts on democratic rights, their determination to fight out an authoritarian regime that has been reigning in the state since 2018.  Two left youth organisations- DYFI and TYF (Tribal Youth Federation) of Tripura, organised an impressive demonstration and rally of the youth at Agartala on  February 27th.

SKM Gives Struggle Call as Farmers’ Stir Completes 100 Days

THE unprecedented farmers’ struggle around Delhi, which began on November 26, 2020, completes 100 days on March 6, 2021. The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) held a general body meeting of its constituents at Singhu Border on March 2. On behalf of the AIKS, it was attended by general secretary Hannan Mollah, finance secretary P Krishna Prasad, Punjab state general secretary Major Singh Punnewal and Haryana state vice president Inderjit Singh. The following decisions were taken as the programme for action in the coming days.

KERALA: Jathas Culminate with Massive Rallies

IN a glittering effort to mobilise people for the furtherance of development in Kerala, two marches – ‘Vikasana Munnetta Jatha’ (Taking Forward the Development March) – organised by the LDF has drawn tremendous response from every section of voters. The marches reached out to people in all 140 assembly constituencies and were structured to activate the LDF cadres and sympathisers in the run-up to the assembly elections scheduled for April 6. The northern and southern jathas culminated successfully on January 26 with massive rallies in Thiruvananthapuram and Thrissur.

The Unnao Tragedy

FEBRUARY 18, Basant Panchami was a day when cold, wintry days were replaced by balmy spring weather.  A day of rejoicing. For the families of Komal, Kajal and Roshni, young teenagers closely related to each other, Basant Panchami will always bring back memories of young lives blighted by violence.

Red Salute to Com A Nallasivan as We Enter the Centenary Year of his Birth

COMRADE A Nallasivan, widely and affectionately known among comrades and friends as AN, was among the most important leaders of the communist movement in Tamil Nadu. Com AN was born on February 22, 1922. Starting with a floral tribute to him on February 22, 2021 at the state office in Chennai, the CPI(M) Tamil Nadu state committee will be observing the centenary year of the birth of Com AN in a befitting manner.

One Year of Communal Violence in Delhi

THE Delhi state committee of the CPI(M) organised a press conference on February 23, on the theme “Subversion of Justice, Role of State Agencies”, on the occasion of the first anniversary of the communal violence in North East Delhi.  Brinda Karat, CPI(M) Polit Bureau Member, K M Tiwari, secretary, Delhi state committee and six persons representing the families of the deceased/injured addressed the press conference.


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