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Capital’s Share of Income is Way Higher than You Think

June 9, 2018

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Almost half of households’ market income is received for just being wealthy: owning stuff. by Steve Roth https://evonomics.com (May 18 2018) The shares of income going to “capital” and “labor” are vexed issues. How much is received for doing work, and how much is unearned “property income” – interest, dividends, et cetera? For a long […]

Is North Korea Really A Threat To United States?

October 19, 2017

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  Suraj Kumar War of Words The war of words between the United States and North Korea has further intensified crisis on the Korean Peninsula. In his address to the United Nations General Assembly, US President Donald Trump threatens that “The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its […]

Once Again Tokenism :: A Note by IFTU (Sarwahara) on One Day All India General Strike Called on 2nd September

August 31, 2015

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Against the massive assault on the interest of working class, one day nationwide general strike called on 2nd September by Central Trade Unions (CITU, INTUC, HMS BMS and others) A Note by IFTU (Sarwahara) “Once Again Tokenism” On 2nd September 2015, CITU, AITUC, AICCTU, IFTU (New Democracy), HMS and BMS and few others have once […]

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 […]

On Situation in Swaziland

December 21, 2013

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Introduction Swaziland — one of the world’s most poor country, ruled by a despot Mswati III, who has amassed disgusting amount wealth while his people wallow in poverty. In 2012, Swaziland’s economic growth remained one of the lowest in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), despite a marked increase in the SACU revenues. Although official estimates put real gross […]

Development at Gunpoint’ duration :: Story of destruction in Orissa

May 19, 2013

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The vegetable garden of Odisha is going to be submerged and more than 50 villages displaced; and the name of the game is ‘Development at Gunpoint’ – meaning ‘peaceful industrialization’ as the chief minister claims! Thousands of farmers of the Lower Suktel plateau in Balangir are protesting against this upcoming dam for more than a […]

Stop Corporatization, Stop Criminalization, Save Democracy Save People, Save Resources, Save Civilization, Save Life:

March 3, 2012

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CORPORATE HIMSHA VIRODHI SAMANAWAYA SAMITI, ODISHA (Coordination Committee Against Corporate Violence in Odisha ) Stop Corporatization, Stop Criminalization, Save Democracy Save People, Save Resources, Save Civilization, Save Life Press Note Bhubaneshwar, February 22 : Ever since the frontiers of the country were nakedly made open to the global economic and market forces for ruthless exploitation of […]