Real aim behind coal privatisation

When profitability of coal mining was low, state monopoly was established
Now when profitability is high, privatisation is being pursued

Coal mining is today an extremely profitable industry in India. It has been estimated that there will be an ever increasing demand for coal by different branches of industry. Metallurgical coal (Coking coal) is necessary to run the steel plants. Non coking coal is used by coal-based power plants and by the aluminum, cement and fertilizer industries.

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Workers around the world fight for rights

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Hail the Growing Unity of Workers and Peasants!

Escalate the Struggle to ensure Prosperity and Protection for All!

Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 8 August, 2020

The coordination committee of farmers’ organisations have announced a country-wide mass protest on 9th August.  Central federations of workers’ unions have decided to join this mass protest.  Workers and peasants are uniting and demanding immediate measures to secure their livelihood and rights.

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From our readers: Truth about today’s banks

Dear Editor, The article titled ‘Concentration of Banking and Increasing Parasitism’ has exposed the huge danger of privatisation which otherwise has been presented to the people in a very misleading way. We are bombarded with catchy taglines in newspapers and television advertisements that give us an illusion of banks growing

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