Women Martyrs of The Indian Revolution-Latehar Martyrs

Martyrdom : 17-03-2007

Comrade Lusiya Titayo, 3 yr old Beronica Titayo

Com. Lusiya belonged to the village Chormanda of Netarhat thana of Mahuatand prakhand of Latehar district She was raised in the Chormanda village. She was an adivasi and had embraced Christianity. Since her father Joseph Titayo’s economic condition was not good, he [...]

MAKIBAKA calls on women to join the revolution to end oppression

MEDIA RELEASE By MALAYA LIBERTAD Spokesperson, Malayang Kilusan ng Bagong Kababaihan (MAKIBAKA) 25 March 2014

Hundreds of women members of the underground movement MAKIBAKA (Liberated Movement of New Women), a member organization of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) staged a lightning rally at downtown Carriedo, Manila early morning today in celebration [...]

Peoples War in India Clippings 17/3/2014

Women Maoist commanders play big role in encounters

Women commanders have come to constitute almost half of the armed cadre of Maoists and are playing a major role in encounters, like they had done in the Sukma encounter in Chhattisgarh on March 11, security forces believe. It is difficult to get a headcount [...]

Women Martyrs of The Indian Revolution-Comrade Sanni Potami (Soni)

Martyrdom : 05-08-2008

Com. Soni was a member of the Company-4 in Gadchiroli. She died on August 5, 2008 with illness. The PLGA had bid her a teary farewell with all revolutionary honors. Soni was born in Korseli village of Gangalur area in Bijapur district. She was just 19 when she died. Her [...]

Women Martyrs of The Indian Revolution-Comrade Modiyam Mangli (Sunitha)

Martyrdom : 9-08-2008

Com. Mangli (19) was born in Peda Korma village. She was the third child out of five children of Modiyam Buchhal and Lakhmi. Even as a child Mangli used to attend the various meetings along with her elder sister and mother. She studied till 5th standard in her village primary [...]

Women Martyrs of The Indian Revolution-Comrade Kovasi Aithe (Reena)

Martyrdom : 20-10-2008

Com. Reena was born in the Kovasi family in Pamulur village of Konta tehsil, Dantewada district. Reena was known as Aithe at home. She belonged to a peasant family. She had two elder brothers and one sister. She worked in CNM when she was at home. She joined the PLGA [...]

Women Martyrs of The Indian Revolution-Comrade Soni (Vanitha)

Martyrdom : 12-08-2008

Com. Soni was born in the village Kounde of Bhamragadh area. Her mother died due to illness when Soni was still a child. She had a younger brother. Her father married again. After Vanitha grew up she used to work in other people’s homes for a living. She also took [...]

Report on 8th of March 2014 in Hamburg


Red Women’s Committee

In preparation of this years 8th of March we mobilized with 4,000 leaflets and hundreds of posters in proletarian quaters for our lecture series and the demonstration on 8th of March itself. The lectures of the Red Womens Committee Hamburg took place in Hamburg, Cologne and Berlin. In [...]

NCP (OC): Self-Criticism and Summation on Patriarchy

Self-Criticism and Summation on Patriarchy

Since the First Congress ten months ago, the NCP (OC) has expelled multiple founding members in multiple cities for male chauvinism. The expulsions and related discussions consumed much of the internal activity of the organization. This rendered the central organs and particular units otherwise dysfunctional for substantial periods [...]


ITALY – From the Women’s Strike to our grasp of a Red Women’s Day, to the struggle of women in every aspect of the conditions of life

The 25 November, with the women’s strike “against femicides, rapes, sexual violence and the entire condition of women” we lit many fires, from the North to the [...]