Peoples War in India Clippings 6/3/2015

IB warns of Maoist plan to derail Government welfare schemes

The Intelligence Bureau (IB) has alerted the Central Government to Maoist efforts to derail the development and welfare schemes planned to counter the violent movement. In a note sent to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the Union Home Ministry, the IB has [...]

Peoples War in India Clippings 5/3/2015

Saranda template for 10 Maoist hubs

Ranchi, March 4: The Saranda model of development will be replicated in 10 other Naxalite strongholds, the BJP-led state government decided today in a surprising acknowledgement of an idea that was conceived and nursed by its political arch-rival UPA. Chief secretary Rajiv Gauba, who had recently been [...]

URGENT CALL OF SIRAJ SIKDER, NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT OF EAST BENGAL, PROLETARIAN PARTY OF EAST BENGAL, AND ARMED PATRIOTIC FROCE OF EAST BENGAL TO THE OPPRESSED PEOPLE OF EAST BENGAL [DECEMBER 1974]

[CIRCULATED AS A PAMPHLET CALLING COUNTRYWIDE HARTAL (SHUT DOWN) IN 15 AND 16 DECEMBER 1974]

THE BENGALI NATION AND PEOPLE OF EAST BENGAL ARE ON THE VERGE OF COLLAPSE!

OVERTHROW THE AWAMI TRAITORS AND THEIR MASTERS TO SAVE THE FAMINE AFFECTED PEOPLE!

PROVIDE FOOD, CLOTHES, MEDICAL TREATMENT, JOBS AND HOUSES!

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Peoples War in India Clippings 4/3/2015

Gemmili Sanjeeva Rao’s family shifted

Eight family members, including wife, of Gemmili Sanjeeva Rao, who was killed by Sindri Chinna Ranga Rao alias Sharat, Divisional Committee Member of Korukonda Area Committee of the CPI (Maoist), in October last year, has been shifted to a safer place, after the Maoists issued a threat to [...]

Peoples War in India Clippings 3/3/2015

INDIA: COUNTER-OFFENSIVE AMIDST LOSSES IN CHHATTISGARH – ANALYSIS

By Fakir Mohan Pradhan*

Continuing the momentum after the December 1, 2014, Kasalpar [Sukma] attack on Security Forces (SFs), in which 14 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel, including two officers, were killed, Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) cadres killed at least seven civilians in [...]

Peoples War in India Clippings 2/3/2015

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. [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Appeal to stand in support of working class struggles in Delhi-NCR

Issued by Labour Solidarity Forum

An appeal to all democratic and progressive individuals and organizations to stand up for justice and support the Maruti Suzuki workers’ struggle and other working class struggles in Delhi-NCR in all possible ways.

Incidents of industrial accidents, often fatal but seldom reported by the media, have been [...]

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 [...]