Biman Bose Injured In Protest of Peasants in Central Kolkata
On the concluding day of the three day dharna in Kolkata, Left Front Chairman and Polit Bureau Member, Biman Basu called for making the September 2 strike by workers and the march to the West Bengal Secretariat by peasants on August 27 a grand success
A section of the participants at the meeting held in Nagpur, Maharashtra, on August 12 as part of the August 1-14 campaign called by the Party
Procession taken out in Bellary, Karnataka on August 14, 2015 as part of the all India campaign conducted by the Party from August 1 to 14
P.B Member and Tripura Chief Minister, Manik Sarkar participating in the human chain on August 19 organised in the state as part of the August campaign conducted by the Party
Prakash Karat inaugurating a protest march organized by the KPSS at Thiruvananthapuram on August 18. The main demands were job reservation in the private sector, provision of land & shelter to the destitute members of SCs and better educational facilities
Thousands of people participate on the first day of the 3 day long dharna of 17 Left Parties in Kolkata on August 17 in support of the nationwide strike on September 2 and the March to the W. Bengal Secretariat by peasants organisations on August 27
Surjyo Kanta Mishra addressing the dharna by 17 Left Parties of W. Bengal on August 17 in Kolkata. The 3 day dharna is in support of the September 2 strike and the March to the Bengal Secretariat by various peasants organisations
There was widespread anger against the attack on Surjya Kanta Mishra and other leaders of the Left Front by TMC goons in Howrah on August 13. Picture is of a march on August 14 in Sadar subdivision, Tripura against the attack.
General Secretary, Sitaram Yechury, addressing the dharna at Thiruvananthapuram on August 11. An estimated 25 lakh people participated in the mass dharna in Kerala streching 1000 kms from Manjeswaram in the North to Thiruvananthapuram in the South.
About 86% of the rural and 82% of urban population is not covered by any kind of health expenditure support, whether government funded or private insurance covered.........
Every year between 2003 and 2012, over $44 billion was illegally taken out of India without being taxed. 98% of this illegal flow was done by multinational corporations through trade misinvoicing, a kind of accounting fraud. (Global Financial Integrity)