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Union Budget 2015-’16 : ‘Comprehensive Bankruptcy Code’
Ruling Class
income tax slabs • industrial sector • rising prices • rural poor • unemployment • Union Budget
Union Budget presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley displays total lack of concern for the concerns of the poor and labouring people while granting largesse to the corporate, domestic and foreign. The Budget has lived up to its billing of being corporate friendly. To prepare the ground for this, the GDP growth was shown to be high by changing the methods of calculation and the base year. Growth rate has been slated 7. Read more
Biplabi Ganaline - January 16 to February 15
Biplabi Ganaline • CPI-ML
RESULTS OF OBAMA’S VISIT TO INDIA (New Democracy News)
Imperialism • Ruling Class • US Imperialism
RSS-BJP • US-India civil nuclear agreement
How Prime Minister Modi and his RSS-BJP Govt. bent over backwards to please the chief of the most powerful imperialist power, the biggest aggressor against the world people, is now known to everyone. No effort was spared to showcase personal bonhomie between US President Obama and Indian Prime Minister only to hide the unequal nature of the relationship between the two countries. It is well known how the weak take pride in their friendship with the strong only to cover up their weakness. Read more
Inquilabi Sada Rahh - February 2015
CPI-ML • Inqlabi Sada Rahh
OPPOSE US PRESIDENT OBAMA’S VISIT TO INDIA! PROTEST AGAINST BARBARIC, IMPERIALIST AGGRESSIONS OF US IMPERIALISM! PROTEST AGAINST MODI GOVT.’S KOWTOWING TO US IMPERIALISM!
CPI-ML • Imperialism • Protests • US Imperialism
Obama
President of the biggest imperialist power, USA, Barrack Obama is coming to India. USA is engaged in a number of wars in third world countries for controlling their natural resources, trade routes and establishing its military bases in all parts of world. Its hands are soiled with the blood of millions of people of oppressed countries. It is behind almost all the wars being waged around the world. It is bombing a number of countries of middle-east and Africa and also Afghanistan and Pakistan. Read more
Pratirodh Ka Swar, January 2015
CPI-ML • Pratirodh Ka Swar
A deluge of protests by Bidi Workers against 
Telangana Government - D.V. Krishna
Protests
Bidi workers • Telangana • Telangana Pragathisheela Bidi Workers Union
An upsurge of protest of Bidi Workers is fast unfolding in 4 northern districts of Telangana (Viz: Nizamabad, Adilabad, Karimnagar and Medak) against the non-implementation of K.C.R.’s election promise of paying a special livelihood allowance of Rupees one thousand per month to all bidi workers presently working and those who had stopped working after their superannuation. K.C.R and his party, Telangana Rashtra Samithi, had promised to pay each bidi worker in the state an amount of Rs. Read more
Call for Protests Against Ordinance Amending LARR 2013 - Oppose & Defeat Offensive of Modi Govt.
CPI-ML • Land Struggles • Mining
Central Committee of CPI(ML)-New Democracy strongly condemns the Ordinance promulgated by Central Govt. amending law governing the land acquisition – The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013 (LARR). Promulgation of this Ordinance is not only against political morality and parliamentary propriety but is sinister attack on the peasants including tribals and also on the people as well as national interests. Modi Govt. Read more
New Democracy, December 2014
CPI-ML • New Democracy
Another Black Law : Consign it to the dustbin of history - S. Mahil
CPI-ML • Imperialism • Protests • Ruling Class
Kala Kanoon Virodhi Morcha • Prevention of Damage to the Public and Private Property Act 2014
First choice of Indian and international corporate, Narendra Modi, is at the helm of affairs as Prime Minister of India. Modi, even before coming to power had clearly said that he will not only continue the policies followed by Dr. Manmohan Singh, he will deliver where Manmohan failed to deliver. It makes the direction of the Modi government very clear. UPA govt. Read more
Railway Budget 2015-’16 pitches for Foreign Technology, Private Funding
Miscellaneous
Railway budget
Railway Budget for 2015-1016 presented by Union Minister for Railways, Suresh Prabhu, is short of any idea of how to address the woes faced by Indian Railways. He highlighted minor details while obfuscating the major aspects of the problems faced by the railways. He has prescribed a panacea of mobilization of funds through PPP mode, joint ventures, multilateral financial institutions and even pension funds. The Railway Minister even sought to dig into MPLAD funds and state budgets. Read more
All-India Coal Strike - WORKERS STRIKE – UNIONS CAPITULATE
Labour Laws • Trade Union
disinvestment • privatization • uniform wage structure
More than 90% of the around 4 lakh regular workers in the public sector coal industry i.e. various subsidiaries of Coal India Ltd.(CIL) in Jharkhand, Bengal, Odisha, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and the Singareni Colliery Company Ltd.(SCCL) in Andhra Pradesh went on strike from 6th Jan.2015 in response to the five-day strike call initiated jointly by the 5 central trade unions recognized by the govt. in the coal industry (INTUC, BMS, HMS, AITUC, CITU) and supported by IFTU. Read more
Tribal Convention held at Parvatipuram successfully
AIKMS • CPI-ML • Land Struggles
bauxite mining • Forest Right Act • Forests • Land • Land Acquisition Ordinance • Lok Sangram Manch • Natural Resources • Pollavaram dam • Tribals
On 30th January 2015, nearly fifteen hundred tribals from various districts of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha border congregated in a rally and Convention at Parvatipuram to assert their rights over land, forest and natural resources. Under the banner of All India Kishan Mazdoor Sabha (AIKMS) and Lok Sangram Manch (LSM) the rally was started from the outskirts of the town and culminated at the convention hall, covering the main road of Parvatipuram enroute. Read more
Biplabi Ganaline - December 16 to January 15
Biplabi Ganaline • CPI-ML
Inquilabi Sada Rahh, January 2015
CPI-ML • Inqlabi Sada Rahh
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Sixth Conference of POW (Telengana) Successfully Held in Khammam
POW
POW • POW Telangana • Progressive Organisation of Women • Telangana
The sixth Conference of Progressive Organization of Women (POW) was held in Khammam, Telengana (It was the first conference of POW Telengana) on 4th and 5th January 2015. This was preceded by a rally and mass meeting by POW on 3rd January. More than 10,000 women mostly holding red flags of POW, marched through Khammam town in a blaze of red from S.R. & B.G.N.R. College grounds to Pavilion grounds in a two and a half kilometer trek on 3rd afternoon. Read more
IFTU hails the success of the all-India strike of the coal workers
IFTU • Trade Union
Coal Workers
The Indian Federation of Trade Unions (IFTU) congratulates the coal workers of the Public sector coal industry for the overwhelming success of the all-India strike beginning from 6th January 2015 and calls upon them to continue this historic united struggle against the anti-worker, anti-national policy of the Modi Govt. More than 90% of the over 3.5 lakh workers in the various subsidiaries of Coal India and the Singareni Colliery Company Ltd. (SCCL) went on strike on 6th Jan. Read more
Biplabi Ganaline, December 2014
Biplabi Ganaline • CPI-ML
Rape in Uber Cab in Delhi - The MNC and the Comprador vs. Women’s Security
Miscellaneous
Women's Security
On the evening of 5th December2014, a young lady executive of an MNC in Gurgaon attended a party with her friends in a nearby area and was dropped by a friend to South Delhi around 10pm. From here she took an Uber cab for Inderlok. Taking advantage of the fact that the girl slept off in the cab, the driver switched off his phone and thereby the GPS or tracking device on it activated the baby lock system so that the girl could not open the car doors to escape and raped her. Read more
Mark 16th December a day of struggle against sexual violence against women
Communalism
Khap • sexual violence
Fight Back Sexual Violence Against Women! Punish the guilty of Sexual Violence! No to Khap panchayats, ‘honour killings’ and ‘Love Jihad’ myths! 16th December 2014 would mark two year since the brutal, inhuman gang rape and physical violence against a young woman in Delhi resulting in her death. This evoked upsurge of students, youth, women and citizens of Delhi and many other parts of the country. Read more