-Osonghotit Khetra Shramik Sangrami Manch
Friends, We are passing through very hard times. “We” means the people of this country, “we” means the working people who labour on the roads and in the factories ; in the fields and in the farms; in the offices and in the shops;and, even inside homes , sometimes [...]
by Peer Moller Christensen and Jorgen Delman
The coup d’etat in China in October 1976 struck most of the Western world with astonishment. Within a couple of months political power relations in China seemed to be re versed, as was its most recent history. Taken aback by the Chinese explanations and disoriented [...]
Indigenous Guaraní in Bolivia claim police brutally attacked them on Tuesday, August 18, as they protested the government’s efforts to explore their lands for oil. The Guaraní people, who reside in southern states of Tarija, Santa Cruz, and Chuiquisaca, say heavily armed police officers used tear gas on women, children, and [...]
by Editorial Board, For a Proletarian Party
1. An All India strike has been called on 2nd September, 2015 by 11 central trade unions to oppose the onslaught of Central Government on the workers and other toiling people. These 11 Central TU.s include not only the so called left central trade unions like CITU, [...]
Singareni Karmika Samakhya (SIKASA) led a successful 72 hour strike in Singareni Coal Mines on 11, 12, 13 October 1993 demanding immediate appointment of 5th wage Board. Earlier in 1989 also SIKASA led a 40 days historic strike for the implementation of the 4th wage Board accord. Since the government on one hand and [...]
Contemporary Peruvian Society
The character of our society.
The character of the revolutionary process of Peruvian society.
What do we mean by bureaucratic capitalism?
Three lines within bureaucratic capitalism.
The Contemporary Situation of the Country
The conditions under which the current regime grows.
The plans and characteristics of the [...]
Indian Expansionism’s Big Power Dreams
Nearly a year into its rule, the Modi regime is yet to deliver anything substantial on the so called ‘economic growth’ front –– other than several policy decisions that further open up the country to imperialist plunder. Despite the windfall gain made through the steep fall in [...]
Manufacturing is down. Tax revenues have grown at just half the projected rate. Nonperforming assets (NPA) of banks keep piling up. Fresh investments are meagre despite freeing corporates from environmental and labour right safeguards. Yet, so reports the government, India’s GDP growth rate has surpassed that of China braving all these dismal [...]
Kabani is one of the main tributaries of the Kaveri, which has sources in both Karnataka and Keralam. Originating from the highelevated grasslands of Brahmagiri and Talakkaveri, it flows East through the Deccan plateau and cascades down the Hoganakal falls to flow on over the plains of Salem, Erode and Karur in Tamil Nadu. [...]