Seventy Three Years after Independence:

The Struggle Continues for an India without Exploitation and Oppression

Seventy three years after the end of British colonial rule, political power remains concentrated in very few hands. “Development for All” remains an empty promise.

It is the wealth and private empires of the Tatas, Ambanis, Birlas and other monopoly houses which are growing by leaps and bounds. 

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Historic Role of Coal Miners

Coal mine workers in our country are waging a determined struggle against privatisation and have called for a country-wide strike on 18th August.  In this context, it is worth recalling the historic role that coal miners of all countries have played in the development of modern industry and the international

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Interview with the President of the Krantikari Kisan Union (Punjab) about the anti-farmer ordinances passed by the Central Government

Mazdoor Ekta Lehar spoke to the President of the Krantikari Kisan Union (Punjab) Dr. Darshan Pal regarding the ordinances on agriculture recently promulgated by the central government.  We are publishing excerpts the interview. MEL: Recently the central government promulgated two ordinances related to the farmers. According to these ordinances, any

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Interview with the Executive Chairman of the All India Kisan Sangharsh Samanvay Samiti on the anti-farmer ordinances of the Central Government

Mazdoor Ekta Lehar recently interviewed the Executive Chairman of All India Farmers Coordination Committee, Dr. Sunilam, about the ordinances related to agriculture sector, passed recently by the Central Government. The highlights of the interview, are presented in the following paragraphs. MEL: According to the ordinance on agriculture trade, passed by

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