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Tripura elections 2018: Fall of the last revisionist Bastille

March 4, 2018

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*Damodar The electoral rout of CPI (M) in its last stronghold of Tripura seemed to be the culmination of the long rot which was faced by this revisionist party. After being in power for 25 years, the BJP manged to dislodge it without any pain. In a way the election of the state was a […]

“No Lessons from the Assembly elections”: A Note on CPI(ML)Liberation’s Lessons of the Assembly elections

March 14, 2017

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CPI (ML) Liberation, on 14th March, came up with a note titled “Lessons of the Assembly elections”. The note, which is supposed to be a post-poll analysis of the recently concluded assembly elections should have been ideally titled “No Lessons from the Assembly elections”. Since beginning till end, it is an analysis at best, to […]

Bio-Metric Attendance is an attempt to enslave the workers

September 10, 2014

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Below we are posting a leaflet released by Khan Mazdoor Karmachari union against implementing an anti-worker biometric attendance system i.e. an attendance system by way of biometric scanning. A widespread discontent is discernible among the workers, but due to capitulationist stance by the tailist trade unions comprising of CITU(affiliated to CPI M) , INTTUC (affiliated to […]

Paid Service or Resistance: NGO and Left politics

August 16, 2014

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This article was written in light of recent development where various communist parties and groups have been openly trying to forge an alliance with Medha Patkar led National Alliance of Peoples’ Movemement, which is today India’s largest conglomeration of NGOs. We hope that this article will generate greater debate amongst the left forces of the […]

Left out of the great Indian ‘Tamasha’

June 15, 2009

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  —-  Pratyush The illiterate Indian population when it comes to making political choice are prone to prove the high and might intellectuals with their know all attitude and who view entire Indian polity through the prism of coalition politics, caste equations and regional diversities wrong not once but umpteen times. The same happened with the […]