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Paid back in the same coin: A montage of posters of the historic rally on the 14th November

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 21, 2007

Source: Sanhathi

14th March was the turning point of Nandigram struggle. Remembering that bloody day, a historic rally was organised on 14th November at Kolkata from College Square. No organizational banner was there. The central theme of the rally was “Stretch your hand to the attacked people of Nandigram”. Common people registered their hate and anger for the autocratic rulling party of West Bengal. They overflowed the city streets with thousands of militant yet silent protests.

Some Posters:

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Paid back in the same coin: A montage of posters of the historic rally on the 14th November

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 21, 2007

Sanhati

14th March was the turning point of Nandigram struggle. Remembering that bloody day, a historic rally was organised on 14th November at Kolkata from College Square. No organizational banner was there. The central theme of the rally was “Stretch your hand to the attacked people of Nandigram”. Common people registered their hate and anger for the autocratic rulling party of West Bengal. They overflowed the city streets with thousands of militant yet silent protests.

Some Posters:

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Pictures of the rally (courtesy: Nagarik Mancha)
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Pictures from those who were a part of history that Kolkata witnessed that day:
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Picture courtesy Maroona Murmu:
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Kundapur: Naxalites Continue Activities despite Police Operations

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 20, 2007


from Vinay Pais
for Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (SM)

Kundapur, Nov 19: The Naxalites who had escaped eight months ago have raised their heads, but this time near the deep forest area of Korthugundi of Charana Bail Amavasebail gram panchayat jurisdiction.

On March 23, this year, a Naxalite girl from Hammige village of Gadag district was arrested in the bus stand of Jaddinagudde of Amavasebail by the ANF. Since then the Naxalite activities in the region had suffered a set back.

But it is now being brought to light that Ammigundi pare with thick forest coverage, is an ideal place for their activities. So far this secluded region has been impregnable to police who used to visit the place every now and then.

Some twenty five families of Bovi community live in this region of reserve forest between Kolluru and Someshwar. Though there is no motorable road the place is the link to Shimoga district. A few bunts are also living in this remote area.

The region lacks basic infrastructures like electricity, roads, transportation, schools and other things. The tribals who have been living here for their lands, are now scared of police action against the Naxalites in Korthugundi camp where some hand-written banners, pamphlets in Telugu were found after the recent encounter.

It is for sure that Naxalites have specific mission and they have been able to meet their goals secretly despite heavy police security and regular combing operations. Though there are have not been many violent activities in the recent past, it is quite sure that unless some stern and immediate steps are taken, there are every chances of Naxalites movement gaining momentum in this secluded area. The administration should immediately think of providing these few families with basic amenities including education. Only this can prevent the intervention of Naxalites in the life of these innocent and economically poor families.

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Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 11, 2007

Families left homeless by
CPM attacks have lunch
outside a Nandigram school.


more voices: Activist Medha Patkar explains a point to film-maker Aparna Sen during a hunger strike in Kolkata on Saturday in protest against the Nandigram violence. Eminent writer Mahasweta Devi is in the foreground.



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Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 11, 2007

Families left homeless by
CPM attacks have lunch
outside a Nandigram school.


more voices: Activist Medha Patkar explains a point to film-maker Aparna Sen during a hunger strike in Kolkata on Saturday in protest against the Nandigram violence. Eminent writer Mahasweta Devi is in the foreground.



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It Was The Best of Days, It Was The Worst of Days…

Posted by Indian Vanguard on October 8, 2007



(From Left): Kumkum Bhattacharya, Nirmal Guha Roy,Utpal Dutt, Comrade Charu Majumdar, Pabitra Sengupta, Tapas Sen and Souren Bose.

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Immortal Martyr Comrade Saroj Dutta

Posted by Indian Vanguard on October 1, 2007


Comrade Saroj Dutt, commonly known as comrade SD, is an important name in the history of Indian Communist movement. He was born in 1914 in a semi-landlord family of Jessore in East Bengal.

Comrade SD joined the Amrita Bazar Patrika, after completing his post graduation in English from University of Calcutta in early forties. Later he became a political whole-timer, and joined Swadhinata, the organ of the Bengal State Committee of the CPI. He was also the editor of the famous literary journal – Parichaye.

During his imprisonment in 1962, SD came in contact with Comrade Charu Majumdar. Being a staunch communist, he aired harsh criticisms against the Dangeite leadership and joined the CPI (M) after the split in 1964. When the CPI (M) leadership nakedly advocated Khrushchev’s line of class-collaboration, comrades SD, Sushital Roy Choudhuri, Asit Sen and others formed the Marxist-Leninist Institute, an anti revisionist study group. After the Naxalbari upsurge, he vehemently criticized the party leadership and was expelled.

Comrade SD was instrumental in the formation of the AICCR and the CPI (M-L). He became the editor of Deshabrati, the Bengali organ of the West Bengal State Committee of the CPI (M-L).

He relentlessly fought for the consolidation of comrade Charu Majumdar’s authority, and played an important role in intra-party debates.

From 1970 onwards, comrade SD became one of the most wanted persons in India. The police was always hunting for him like a hungry wolf. Finally, in the early hours of 5th August, 1971, he was secretly eliminated by the state machinery.

Comrade SD was the ideologue of the famous statue breaking movement, that rocked the urban life of Bengal in the early seventies.
His write-ups in “Patrikar Duniyaye” in Deshabrati are treated as rare gems in the treasury of Leftist Journalism.

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Comrade Sushital Roy Chaudhuri

Posted by Indian Vanguard on October 1, 2007


Born in 1917 in Allahabad of United Provinces (Uttar Pradesh), comrade Sushital Roy Chaudhuri (SRC) joined the Indian Communist Movement at a very tender age. In 1943, he became the secretary of the Hoogly District Committee and in the Tebhaga days organized a strong peasant movement throughout the district.
In the late forties, he was transferred to the Calcutta District Committee. Comrade SRC was a prolific writer. In those days, people used to wait eagerly for his write-ups in Swadhinata and Matamat.
During the inner party struggle followed by the India-China war, comrade SRC joined the pro-Chinese left faction. In 1964, he joined the CPI (M) and was elected to the editorial board of Deshhitaishi, the Bengali weekly organ of the Bengal Unit of the CPI (M). He was also a member of the CPI (M)’s West Bengal State Committee.
In 1965, he wrote a series of philosophical articles in a progressive journal called Chinta. There he openly challenged the party’s programme as revisionist. In those days, along with comrades Asit Sen and Saroj Dutta, comrade SRC formed the Marxist-Leninist Institute, an inner party ideological study circle. In 1967, for bestowing his active support to the peasant guerrillas of Naxalbari, comrade SRC was expelled from the CPI (M).
After his expulsion, comrade SRC and other like minded comrades (comrades SD, Asit Sen, etc.) joined comrade Charu Majumdar, and founded the CPI (M-L). After the formation, he was elected to the Central Committee and the Polit Bureau. He was also appointed the Editor-in Chief of Deshabrati and Liberation, the CPI (M-L) Bengali and English organs.
In 1970, comrade SRC developed a few ideological differences with the party’s central line. He criticized the party’s view regarding the evaluation of the Bengal Renaissance.
Comrade SRC died of a heart attack in early 1971.
In comrade Charu Majumdar’s words, comrade SRC was the most erudite leader in the Indian Communist Movement.

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Comrade Vempatappu Satyanaryana

Posted by Indian Vanguard on October 1, 2007

A school teacher by profession, Comrade Vempatapu Satyanarayana (Satyam), joined the CPI (M-L) through the AICCCR. He became a member of the Central Organising Committee of the Party in 1969. Later, he joined the new central committee that was elected in the first (eighth) party congress. But in the same year comrade Satyam achieved an untimely martyrdom. It is a common belief among the Naxalist ranks, that he was killed in a fake encounter in Srikakulam. He was also the Secretary of the Srikakulam District Committee of the party. His small booklet on Srikakulam Peasant Upsurge is an important document for understanding the nature of naxalist influence in the early phases of 1969 and 1970. Comrade Satyam is a highly respected figure, not only in Andhra Pradesh, but in whole India.

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