Unite Against Privatisation!

Meeting organised by Kamgar Ekta Committee on Saturday, September 5, 2020

Every other day we get news of the systematic loot of the people of our country by big capitalists by way of privatisation of important public sector establishments worth lakhs of crores of rupees. The workers in targeted establishments as well as others understand that it is imperative to unite, overcoming all barriers of industry, party, union and any other affiliations, to halt the privatisation juggernaut.

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From our Readers: The Struggle Continues

Dear Editor I am writing to thank you for the important and thoughtful article entitled `Seventy Three Years after Independence: The Struggle Continues for an India without Exploitation and Oppression’ dated September 1, 2020 carried on the CGPI web-site. The article begins with the line which ends with “…political power

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Workers struggle for their rights

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On the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II

Part VI: The lessons from World War II

What are some of the main lessons that we should draw at this time, on the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II?

Both the world wars of the 20th century emerged from the intensifying contradictions among the imperialist powers for control of markets, resources and spheres of influence.  The imperialist powers used masses of people in their own countries and in other countries as cannon-fodder for their own greed and drive for profits.

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On the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II

Part V: The end of World War II and the aims of different countries and peoples

At the end of the Second World War, the socialist Soviet Union emerged as one of the victorious powers. It stood as an inspiration to people across the world who were fighting to liberate themselves from the colonial yoke. On the other hand, US imperialism emerged as the leader of the reactionary anti-communist imperialist camp.

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On the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II

Part IV: The main battles of World War II

The turning point of the War was the Battle of Stalingrad. The people of Stalingrad fought for every street, every house, and every inch of their city. After intense fighting lasting many months, the German army, which till then was considered ‘invincible’, was decimated and forced to surrender.

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