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    scandalise judiciary, dismisses pleas

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48 MP, MLAs have declared
cases of crime against women: ADR

New Delhi, Apr 19 : At least 48 MPs and MLAs have declared cases related to crime against women, with BJP having the highest number of such politicans at 12, a  report said today amid a nation-wide outrage over rape incidents, including in UP's Unnao where a ruling party lawmaker is an accused.....

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Discussion on the Draft Political Resolution

Hyderabad, April 19 : In the morning session of the second day of the 22nd Congress of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) delegates from thirteen states  participated in the discussion on the Draft Political Resolution which was introduced yesterday in the evening.....

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The CPI(M) Demands Justice Loya’s death
case  should be reviewed by a larger Bench

Hyderabd, April 19 : The 22nd Congress of Communist Party of India (Marxist), which is in session, has issued the following statement: The Supreme Court’s rejection of all petitions demanding an independent probe into the death of Justice Loya and holding such petitions as “scandalous” by a three-member Bench is unfortunate.....

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Towards the 22nd 
Congress of the CPI(M)

Sitaram Yechury

Indian people are today facing unprecedented challenges.  The only way in which these challenges can be met and defeated is through a mighty people’s movement on the basis of an alternative policy framework that reverses the current disastrous policy direction in our country by ousting the present RSS/BJP government.  In advancing s...

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West Bengal Election Anarchy Is the Latest
Example of Democracy Going Down the Drain 

Vijay Prashad

Last Saturday, the Election Commission of West Bengal (India) Amarendra Singh held a meeting of election observers at Sisir Manch in Kolkata. Singh was exasperated. “Total anarchy going on in the state,” he told his colleagues. He detailed at least “six incidents of anarchy from across the state.....

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27th December, 2015 towards Red Brigade

Huge rally by CPIM in Kolkata at Brigade Parade Ground on Sunday on 27th December, 2015.

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