SATP on 2014 killings of communists in Bangladesh

Dhaka has also continued its campaign against an incipient Left Wing Extremist (LWE) movement in a somewhat one-sided battle. Through 2014, 16 LWE cadres were killed – 11 of the Purbo Banglar Communist Party (PBCP), three of the Purbo Banglar Sarbahara Party (PBSP), one of the Biplobi Communist Party (BCP), and one unidentified. No [...]

Peoples War in India Clippings 2/2/2015

Rs 1,000 cr in hands of ‘Naxal-backed’ panch, officials fear misuse

Voters in Bastar villages have elected their representatives — Maoist-supported panch and sarpanch. Of 22,416 panch elected by the villagers recently in seven districts of Bastar region, nearly 50 per cent or 11,098 candidates won unopposed. Besides, 212 sarpanch also won unopposed. [...]

THE ANTI-LIN PIAO ANTI-CONFUCIUS GREAT STRUGGLE OF THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY (SEPTEMBER 1974)

The Chinese Communist party led by Chairman Mao Tsetung is waging anti-Lin Piao anti-Confucius great struggle. Huge workers-peasants-soldiers and revolutionary intellectuals are taking part in that struggle. The anti-Lin Piao anti Confucius struggle played big role in repulsing the conspiracy of capturing power of China by the revisionist and capitalist roaders, restoration of capitalism [...]

Peoples War in India Clippings 1/3/2015

Meteoric rise of two Maoists poses new challenge for security forces

Rise of tribal leader, Ambedkar kin in Maoist ranks The meteoric rise in the Maoist ranks of two leaders, one tribal and the other Dalit, may force the government’s anti-Maoist think-tanks to do a rethink on their strategies. Hidama, 35, a tribal [...]

Encounter Killings in Bangladesh-2015

January 19

Jhenidah District

Police recovered the body of Nasir Uddin (45), a ‘regional commander’ of PBCP-Janajuddha from a field at Mohonpur village of Jhenidah District.

February 17

Jhenidah District

Rafique Uddin alias Chhoto Tareque (40), a regional leader of PBCP-Janajuddah was killed by the RAB. RAB recovered four pistols, [...]

HOW TO SOLVE FLOOD, DROUGHT AND FOOD PROBLEMS OF EAST BENGAL

[PUBLISHED IN SPHULINGA ISSUE NO 1]

Almost all the districts of East Bengal have suffered in recent flood. People, cattle, food grains, houses and possessions are damaged. People’s life and livelihood are seriously affected by the flood in rainy season, drought in dry season and increasing price hike of food grains. People want immediate [...]

Peoples War in India Clippings 27/2/2015

Naxals taking up issues unnoticed by mainstream political organizations to incite violence: DGP tells HC

KOCHI: Naxal activists in the state are taking up issues faced by people that haven’t caught the attention of mainstream political organizations and are using them to unleash violence, director general of prosecution (DGP) T Asaf Ali told [...]

Urban Guerrilla in Istanbul

Increasing attacks in İstanbul feed concerns about security

Police have failed to make progress in a case in which an assailant escaped after attempting to shoot İlhan Yıldırım, the brother of former Minister of Transportation Binali Yıldırım, in the evening hours of Feb. 10 in İstanbul’s Çekmeköy district. Yıldırım, who leads the İstanbul [...]

AN OVERVIEW OF THE CURRENT SITUATION (SEPTEMBER 1974)

[PUBLISHED IN SPHULINGA (SPARK) ISSUE NO 1]

The Awami government is making a hue and cry propaganda that a big change is coming, corruption will end and people’s suffering will come to an end etc. Can Awami League do any good for people by keeping parliamentary democracy or forming presidential method of government? Awami [...]

Peoples War in India Clippings 25/2/2015

Naxals seek mass support, promoting youth

Nagpur: To counter mounting pressure from security forces, the Naxals are shifting focus to consolidating their base in villages in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli, Gondia and surrounding districts like Rajnandgaon, Kanker and Baster in Chhattisgarh, which were earlier their strongholds. The rebels’ vision includes formation of Revolutionary People’s Council [...]