Tamil Nadu: Veteran Peasant Leader Comrade G Veeraiyan Passes Away

CPI(M) Tamil Nadu pays rich tributes to the departed senior leader of the Party

COMRADE G Veeraiyan, a senior leader of CPI(M) in Tamil Nadu and a leading light of the peasant movement in the state for the last 60 years breathed his last in the early hours on November 18 at Sithadi village near Kudavasal of Thiruvarur district after a brief illness. He was 86.

AIKS pays tributes to Com T P Balakrishnan

AIKS pays tributes to Com.T.P.Balakrishnan, member of All India Kisan Council and vice president of Kerala Karshaka Sangham who passed away on October 12, 2018. He was 81 years old.  He was an excellent organiser and orator. He led many important struggles of the Karshaka Sangham. He joined the communist movement in 1956 and had been a member of the secretariat of the CPI-M Kozhikode district committee. He was the President of Kozhikode Taluk Agricultural Development Bank.

Com VK Thakur mourned by Bihar, comrades across country

Com VK Thakur, former state secretary breathed his last on August 12, leaving a void in the party. Born in an orthodox brahmin family in Kansi village of Darbhanga district in Bihar, in 1933, Com VK Thakur was the epitome of dedication and sacrifice for the cause of the oppressed and downtrodden . He lived an eventful life espousing the ideology of Marxism and Leninism. His untiring zeal to live among the masses remain unshaken, till he breathed his last.

Comrade Vijaykant Thakur

THE Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) expresses is profound grief at the death of a former member of the Central Committee of the CPI(M) and a veteran of the communist movement in Bihar, Comrade Vijaykant Thakur, who died this morning. He was 86 years old.

Homage to M Karunanidhi

CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on August 8

THE Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) expresses its profound grief at the death of a veteran of the Dravidian movement, DMK President and a stalwart of Tamil Nadu politics, M Karunanidhi. He was chief minister of Tamil Nadu five times. He was elected to the Tamil Nadu assembly thirteen times without losing a single one.

Ashok Mitra: Moments and Memories

IT was a memorial meeting with a difference. In fact, it was a celebration of the extra-ordinary rich life of a multi-faceted personality, Leftist thinker, and finance minister in the Left Front goverment of West Bengal, columnist, author, academician, planner, and bureaucrat – all rolled into one. The meeting took place at the Constitution Club, New Delhi on May 26.


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