The situation calls for sober analysis and farsightedness
Lal Singh, General Secretary, Communist Ghadar Party of India, 16th July, 2011
Who stands to gain from the serial bomb blasts that rocked Mumbai on 13th July? If the crime is not one of passion but of cold political calculation, then the political motive needs to be examined. Read more
Condemn the 13th July terror attacks in Mumbai!
Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 14th July, 2011
The Indian government must not accuse anyone or permit such accusations to be aired based on prejudice and not on factual evidence. Government of India must not stop talking to Pakistan. If it does so, it will be playing into the hands of precisely those forces that are threatening peace and respect for sovereignty of all nations and peoples in South Asia. Read more
What is the trouble with Air India and who is the trouble-maker?
In the wake of these exposures, the government is now talking of revival of Air India. On the other hand, the capitalist associations are demanding its immediate privatization. They are saying government must not inject any money in Air India as it is allegedly a waste. Read more
Down with the US imperialist attacks on Pakistan!
The ruling circles of our country are also myopic and self serving. They do not want to admit that it is the US that was and remains the fountainhead of terrorism world wide, as well as in our region, and that Afghanistan, Pakistan and other countries are the victims of this. They do not want to draw the right lessons from what has happened in Pakistan. Read more