A CPI(ML) Weekly News Magazine
Vol. 13, No. 49, 30 NOV – 06 DEC 2010
Bihar has delivered a stunning verdict. An outgoing government returning to power with 85% majority is a very rare phenomenon in the history of parliamentary democracy anywhere in the world. That such a thing has happened now in the state of Bihar which has been known for the presence of the widest spectrum of political forces in the legislative arena is indeed quite remarkable.
Bihar Assembly Elections 2010:
The Overall Outcome and the CPI(ML)'s Performance
AICCTU's Delhi Unit Holds 4th State Conference
The AICCTU held its Fourth Delhi State Conference on 28 November against Privatisation, Contractualisation and the assault on trade union rights, and with a call to intensify the struggle for minimum wages, social security and dignity. The Conference was held at Comrade Ram Naresh Ram Hall (the BSNL Employees Hall at Janpath), and 175 delegates from among building workers, security workers, rickshaw pullers, street vendors and other organised sector workers, DTC transport workers, government hospital workers, and MTNL employees participated in the Conference.
Tirupur: 405 Suicides in Eight Months
(from an email sent by Comrade John Percy in Australia)
Karnataka: BJP Govt. must Resign! Order CBI Enquiry!
Kolkata: CPI(ML) Protests against the Corrupt UPA Government
UN Report: Global Poverty Doubled since 1970s
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