The Indian state works to fulfil the drive of the monopoly capitalists to make maximum profits. All the arms of the state — the Central and state governments, the judiciary, the parliament and state assemblies, the principal parties of the ruling class — are committed to fulfilling monopoly capitalist greed.Continue reading
According to the Global Report on Food Crises (GRFC) published by the United Nations in 2022, 193 million (nearly 20 crore) people across 53 countries were facing acute food shortage in 2021. This is an increase of nearly 4 crore people in this condition, compared to the previous year. It is a 25 percent jump in the number of hungry peopleContinue reading
December 25 marked the 41st anniversary of the founding of the Communist Ghadar Party of India. Party organisations in India as well as abroad held meetings to celebrate this joyous occasion. Meetings were organised in Delhi, Mumbai, Toronto and other places.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
Communist parties, trade unions, progressive mass organisations and human rights organisations came together to organise a protest on 24th February 2020 at Jantar Mantar to oppose US President Donald Trump’s visit to India. The protest was organised under the banner of All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation. Some participants in theContinue reading