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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.

AP: Oppose Capitalist Landlord- Neo Rich Nexus

“FEUDAL landlords exploited the people in the olden days and now the capitalist landlords and neo-rich in the rural areas are snatching the land from the poor”, speakers in the agricultural workers rally lamented at Challapalli in Krishna district on September 15. The rally was held after the 28th state conference of Andhra Pradesh Agricultural Workers Union, which was held from September 13-15.

KERALA: People Donate Generously to CMDRF for Flood Relief

REITERATING the trust upon the LDF government and the CPI(M), people of Kerala have generously contributed to the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund with a sum of Rs 22,90,67,326. In the backdrop of heavy floods, CPI(M) branches across the state had organised a massive collection from August 13 to 18. Respective Party district committees deposited their amount to the CMDRF. 

Details from the districts are as follows: 

Kasargod: 79,30,261

Kannur: 6,46,42,704

Wayanad: 56,00,000

Kozhikkode:2,46,20,914

Malappuram: 2,55,86,473

SRINAGAR: CPI(M) General Secretary Meets Tarigami

CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury was the first politician outside the Valley to visit Kashmir after abrogation of Article 370. He too had to go through the treatment that opposition leaders under detention are getting in Kashmir.

Yechury visited the state after the Supreme Court gave a favourable order in a habeas corpus petition seeking the whereabouts of CPI(M) Central Committee member and four-time MLA Mohd Yousuf Tarigami.

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