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Revolutionary Armed Struggle in India

This comment on the ever-present tussle between the Indian Naxal movement and the Indian state, as also the role of the Maoist leadership, is a response to Sumanta Banerjee's "Hanoi (1965-68), Gaza (2014): Continuity and Divergence over Half a Century" (EPW, 6 September 2014).

United Front of the Oppressed

Bernard D’Mello’s clinical analysis of India’s “rotten liberal political democracy” from the perspective and standpoint of the oppressed and exploited “underclass” compels him to focus attention on the reasons for the continuation, survival and “stability of this form of democracy”, and on the goal...

Role of Paramilitary Forces in Centre-State Relations

sidered will be .'for production that is entirely for export."8 The Statement has also highlighted the problem areas of this sector and indicated the broad lines on which action should be initiated.
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