Comrade T.P Chadrasekharan, the leader of Revolutionary Marxist Party (RMP) in Kerala, was brutally murdered in Vallikkad near Onchiyam (in Kozhikode district) on 4th May 2012. This was a cold-blooded political assassination committed by a gang of “contract killers”, who followed the orders of their political bosses. One year has passed since the heinous crime was committed.
Join JNUSU's Silent March today (Dec. 29) on the sad demise of the 23 year old girl who was fighting for her life. In solidarity with her family and friends, the JNUSU appeals to all to join this march. The march starts at 12 noon from Ganga Dhaba, JNU to Munirka.
In continuation of the protests against the brutal sexual assault in Delhi, police repression and complete apathy shown by the government, a joint citizen's march has been called by a platform formed under the name of 'Justice for Women Now!' consisting of a number of progressive organisations. We would march from Nizamuddin Gol Gumaz at 1.30 p.m. to India Gate on December 27.
Yesterday, I participated in a protest march organised by the JNUSU against the brutal sexual assault in Delhi. I felt quite proud to be part of a militant protest organised by students. Hundreds of students from JNU and other universities had gathered at the India Gate who later marched to the North Block catching the Delhi Police unaware. The slogan was 'Occupy North Block' till the home minister meets with the students. They sat there for close to two hours till the home minister finally relented. The protest venue then shifted to his residence.
An ongoing signature campaign in solidarity with Comrade VS Achuthanandan's stand on the KNPP.
SFI-JNU unit responds to the SFI CEC Note uploaded below:
The SFI-JNU Unit considers the Note to be nothing more than a compendium of false allegations and half-truths being spread to create confusion regarding the recent events in JNU.
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With hardly any signs of the crisis abating in the US, there has been speculation of a double-dip recession especially since Europe seems nowhere close to coming out of the crisis. In my opinion, the term double-dip recession is a misnomer.
The CAG report on the Performance Audit of Hydrocarbon Production Sharing Contracts for the on-shore and off-shore oil and gas blocks has once again exposed the nexus between the policy makers and big businesses that has matured under the UPA government.
This blog entry brings together a news report from The Mint on the move that the CBI plans to make against the RIL, interview of Tapan Sen, Secretary, CITU by Rediff.com's Sheela Bhatt and the statement issued by the CPI(M).