More than 10, 000 workers at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) are planning mass actions in pursuance of their demands.Continue reading
Address by Lok Raj Sangathan (Maharashtra Samiti) and Kamgar Ekta Chalval, 18 July 2010.Continue reading
This year marks the 65th anniversary of the defeat of fascism by the world’s peoples led by the socialist Soviet Union. This momentous victory was achieved through unparalleled heroism and sacrifices of tens of millions of women and men.Continue reading
Police lathicharged protesting diamond workers trying to enforce bandh at Kumudvadi area in Bhavnagar, Gujarat, on July 15, 2010. The workers were forcing diamond units to down shutters as part of the bandh, when the police attacked them.Continue reading
The Lok Raj Samiti of Sanjay Colony, located in the Okhla industrial estate was re-established on July 25, 2010. Besides hundreds of members of Lok Raj, the residents of Sanjay Colony participated in the public meeting on the occasion. The members of Lok Raj Samitis of neighbouring chawls participated as representatives of their colonies in this meeting.Continue reading
August 5 marks the 115th death anniversary of Frederick Engels, one of the greatest leaders and teachers of the international proletariat. It was Engels who, together with his closest friend and comrade-in-arms, Karl Marx, laid the foundations of the doctrine of scientific socialism.Continue reading
Hundreds of workers carried out a protest action at the gate of Foxconn at its Sunguvarchattiram unit near Sriperambudur, about 40 Km from Chennai.
This followed the hospitalisation of over 250 women and men workers. These workers had inhaled toxic gases inside the plant.Continue reading
I thank you for the informative and principled editorial in the July 1-15, 2010 issue of PV entitled 'Ghost of Bhopal and the deepening credibility crisis'.Continue reading
In the context of the continuing global economic crisis, two summits of the world's leading capitalist countries were held in quick succession in end-June of this year in Canada – the G8 on June 24-25 and the G20 on June 26-27.Continue reading
On August 6, 1945, the atom bomb was exploded over Hiroshima, and on August 9, 1945, over Nagasaki. Nearly three lakh women, men and children died within a period of two months after the dropping of the bombs, half of them on the days of the bombings. The long term effects of the radiation has effected entire generations. The people of Japan and the rest of the world can never forget or forgive the US imperialists for this grave crime against humanity.