People’s War in India Clippings 3/9/2015

High-level meeting discusses ways to tackle Naxals

Close coordination between Central and state forces fighting Naxals, construction of rural infrastructure in Maoist-hit areas are among the host of issues discussed threadbare at a high-level meeting held here on Wednesday. The meeting, chaired by Minister of State for Home Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary and attended [...]

A Theory of Transitional Society Mao Zedong and the Shanghai School-1981

by Peer Moller Christensen and Jorgen Delman

Introduction

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 [...]

People’s War in India Clippings 2/9/2015

Suspected naxal sympathisers spark off panic at Anrak plant

MAKAVARAPALEM (Visakhapatnam): Around 10 to 15 unidentified persons came calling on the Anrak Alumina factory at around 10.30 on Monday night and enquired about the factory and its management, sending into a tizzy the security guards, who believe they were naxals. Sources said the unidentified [...]

Kolkata: Statements against torture and threats to prisoners on hunger strike in Presidency Correctional Home

August 31, 2015

Press Release from Coordination of Democratic Rights Organisation

(CDRO)

The Coordination of Democratic Rights Organizations, CDRO, strongly condemns the punitive measures adopted by the jail administration of Kolkata’s Presidency Correctional Home against 30 political prisoners who have been on hunger strike since 28th August 2015. The strike has been called to [...]

People’s War in India Clippings 1/9/2015

Naxal held in Chhattisgarh, IED recovered

RAIPUR: A Naxal carrying a reward of Rs 30,000 was on Monday arrested and an IED seized from him in Chhattisgarh’s insurgency-hit Bastar district, police said. Acting on a specific input, Budhram Madkami was arrested by a joint team of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and district force [...]

SITUATION OF THE MAOIST MOVEMENT IN BANGLADESH-2004

Arrests during Army led suppression campaign “Operation Clean Heart”.

- Pronab

PBSP (CC)

Bangladesh have a glorious heritage of Maoist movements. In the 60’s influenced by the historic struggle against Khrushchevite revisionism and the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (GPCR) in China led by comrade Mao Tse Tung, a Maoist movement took shape in Bangladesh [...]

People’s War in India Clippings 31/8/2015

Seven Maoists arrested in Bihar

BANKA, BIHAR: Seven hardcore Maoists were today arrested by security forces from a bus stand in Banka district of Bihar, a police official said. The security forces comprising CRPF, Special Task Force and district police, carried out a joint operation and arrested the seven harcore Maoists from Pokharia bus [...]

Make the 21st century a century of establishing Communism worldwide-2005

— by Anwar Kabir, Secretary, Central Committee, Proletarian Party of Purbo Bangla (PBSP/Bangladesh)

The greatest achievement of the human race in the modern era is the invention of the doctrine of scientific communism, which in last century, has developed into Marxism-Leninism-Maoism. In last century, this doctrine has changed the face of the earth again [...]

People’s War in India Clippings 30/8/2015

CRPF exchanges fire with naxalites in Sukma

A gun-battle took place between CoBRA forces and Naxalites in a dense forest of Chhattisgarh’s worst insurgency-hit Sukma district today, police said. A squad of 208 battalion of Compact Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA), an elite unit of CRPF, was patrolling in Bhejji police station area, [...]

TKP-ML/TIKKO women carry out action for Ekin Wan

In an action carried out by female guerrillas from TKPML/TİKKO two soldiers were killed. On 27th of August at 07.10 am, TKP/ML – TİKKO guerrillas carried out an action against a police post which is under reconstruction in Dersim’s Geyiksu. The TKP/ML – TİKKO guerrillas’ action was carried out in memory of Ekin Wan.

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