Campaigns & Struggles

Delhi State Committee of the CPI(M) organized a militant protest demonstration today at Jantar Mantar against the attack on CPI(M) offices in Tripu

THOUSANDS of people participated in the 10-kilometre human chain along the National Highway-16 from Aganampudi to Akkireddypalem in Visakhapatnam o

24th August: Hundreds of comrades gheraoed Hanumangarh Police Station demanding immediate arrest of people involved in attack on Comrade Baldev Sin

The Assam units of the CPI (M), CPI, CPI (ML), Asom Gana Morcha and RJD met today, 23 September, at the State Office of the CPI under the chairmans

Comrade Gautam Das's remembrance meet was organised in Sabroom in South Tripura district.

Comrade Sitaram Yechury addressed the Maha Dharna by left parties at Indira Park in Hyderabad on 22nd September

Documents and Booklets

Review of the Assembly Elections in Kerala, West Bengal,
Tamilnadu & Puducherry and Assam

Report on Political Developments (Adopted at the Central Committee Meeting held on August 06-08, 2021)

Report on Political Developments
(Adopted at the Central Committee Meeting held on January 30-31, 2021)

Press Releases

Views That Matter

It is pertinent to note that Savarkar’s habit of petitioning the government for release from internment and making offers of good behaviour did not end with his release from British jails in 1924

Those who have nothing to offer but  tyranny and  fascist like terror take refuge behind the shields of falsehood and lies to hide their failures and fears. Biplab Deb, his party and its ideological fountainhead RSS are no exception.

SUPREME Court Judge, Justice D Y Chandrachud, has given a thoughtful and lucid talk on ‘Speaking Truth To Power: Citizens And The Law’ on the occas

Parliamentary Arena

Over the years, several journalists have lost their lives while reporting about human rights violations, corruption and for doing their job. In 2018, three journalists have lost their lives, the latest of them being veteran Kashmiri journalist Shujaat Bukhari.

The central government controls social development programmes like MGNREGA, ICDS but has no commitment to them and is curtailing budgetary allocation.

In the North East Indian States bamboos grow abundantly in the forest and plains. There are many restrictions in cutting trees from forests. So many people are growing bamboos in their private land for commercial purposes.