Corona virus Precautionary Measures are exemplary: Telengana team

TWELVE member official (government) delegation from Telengana visited Kerala on March 7, it has opined that Kerala government’s intervention to control the threat of novel corona virus is exemplary and a model for all. They were talking to the media after their consultation with K K Shailaja, minister for health.  Kerala has been successful in preventing the spread of the deadly virus.

Haryana: Kisan state conference Resolves to unleash Movement

THE 13th state conference of the AIKS Haryana state was held on March 7-8 at Jind. On March 7th a public meeting was held which was attended by a large number of kisans. Because of hail and heavy downpour the venue of the rally had to be changed. The space of the public meeting fell short and a large number of people had to stand in outside the venue. The public meeting was addressed by Ashok Dhawale, Amra Ram, Inderjit, Phul Singh and Harpal Singh.

Bihar: Save Constitution save Citizenship Rally

BIHAR government must clarify its stand on the NPR; it must issue a gazette notification to withdraw it; the government must also pass a resolution against the CAA. These were the foremost demands of a mass rally in Patna, held in Gandhi Ground on February 26, with the slogan of ‘save constitution, save citizenship’. Under the banner of ‘front against NPR-NRC-CAA’, this rally got an overwhelming response from the people; prominent social and political leaders participated in this rally.

TAMIL NADU: Massive Response to Citizenship Protection Conference

More than 15,000 people attended the ‘Citizenship Protection Conference’ organised by the Tamil Nadu Platform for People's Unity, an anti-communal platform, in Chennai on February 26. The conference demanded the central government to withdraw the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Population Register (NPR) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) and also sought the state government not to implement the discriminatory Act.

Giving Life through LIFE Mission

SHELTER is one of the most basic needs of human beings along with food and clothing. In the run up to the Kerala state assembly elections in 2016, the LDF had announced that we will undertake a comprehensive housing programme to do away with homelessness in the state. Subsequently, when we assumed office, most of the people who came to the CM's office raised the issue of housing. Homeless, landless, those with incomplete houses, those living on government poramboke and so on raised their concerns.

J&K: CITU district conference held

ON March 1, district conference of CITU Jammu was held today in the auditorium of Gurjar Desh Charitable Trust, Jammu under the chairmanship of SP Kesar, senior leader of CITU.

Delegate from various unions like ASHA worker, construction worker, LIC, NHPC, railway, BRO, rehri-phari, and industry etc., participated in the conference.

A Report on the Delhi Solidarity Relief & Rehabilitation Committee

THE communal violence has led to tragic loss of lives, extensive destruction of livelihoods, homes and property. The areas where the violence took place have a large population comprising unorganised workers, working class and lower middle class households of both communities. Thousands have become victims of the violence in different ways and suffering and distress are widespread. Urgent steps are required to provide relief, rehabilitation and legal aid for the distressed people.

WEST BENGAL: Shah Faces Strong Protest in Kolkata

UNION home minister, Amit Shah faced strong protest in his visit to Kolkata on  March 1. Thousands of protestors came out in the street to shout him “Go back Amit Shah”, holding him responsible for planned violence in Delhi. As Shah landed in airport, protests began then and there. Hundreds rallied outside the gates of airport with black flags, black balloons and poster. CPI(M) and Left mass organisations took the lead in the demonstration. All the way to city, Shah had to witness protests in street corners.


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