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End of the Left in India?

In a minor replay of 1989 and the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Indian media have been gloating at the defeat of the Left Front in West Bengal especially and have repeatedly suggested that this signals the “end of the Left in India”. Even at the best of times our news channels tend to avoid serious...

Failure of the Left

Failure of the Left went about taking land in both Singur and Nandigram. Satya Sivaraman Lack of Public Debate In recent times there has been no greater rupture within the Indian left movement than that precipitated by peasant struggles in Singur and Nandigram against forced acquisition of land for industrial purposes. The spectacle of West Bengal

Nandigram: Six Months Later

The findings of a people's tribunal in Nandigram point to the fact that relief, rehabilitation and justice are yet to be provided to the victims of the Nandigram police firing on March 14.

Government, Industry and Farmland

Letters Government, Industry and Farmland F orces of the Uttar Pradesh Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) brutally attacked residents of Bajhera Khurd in Dhaulana block of Ghaziabad district in UP over a period of two days, July 7-8, injuring many, including women, disabled and old people and...
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