Comrade Sitaram Yechury speaking at a meeting in Rohtak, Haryana, to mark the birth centenary of Comrade Harkishan Singh Surjeet
Comrade B. V. Raghavulu, Polit Bureau member of the CPI (M) visited Bhogapuram in Vizianagaram district and interacted with the people who have lost their lands due to the proposed international airport.
Comrade Sitaram Yechury addressing a gathering to mark the culmination of the birth centenary celebrations of Comrade Dasarath Deb in Agartala.
Lakhs of people participated in the meeting at Madurai, Tamilnadu on January 26 called by the People's Welfare Alliance, which includes the CPI(M). The rally gave a call for "alternate politics -- alternate policies".
Comrade Manik Sarkar met students sitting on hunger strike to demand the resignation of HCU VC. He expressed solidarity with the students protesting against the institutional murder of Research Scholar Rohith Vemula.
Comrade Surjya Kanta Mishra addressing a gathering at Shalboni organised to mark the end of the 6-day long Singur-Shalboni Jatha. He called for peace in Bengal, asking people to reject the Jungle Raj of TMC.
Comrade Sitaram Yechury addressing students at Hyderabad Central University. He held the administration and the Union Ministers of HRD and Labour responsible for the tragic suicide of Rohith Vemula and demanded criminal action against them.
The month long Nava Kerala march reached Vadakara on January 21. P.B Member Pinarayi Vijayan who is leading the march for a “corruption free and secular progressive Kerala” is seen addressing the public meeting at Vadakara
Huge procession taken out by the CPI(M) in Korba, Chattisgarh, followed by a Gherao of the Municipal Corporation's Office against increase in municipal taxes, imposition of wealth tax on the poor and demolition of huts. Thousands participated.
The Nava Kerala March will spread the message of secular Kerala and corruption free development. The last five year UDF rule saw the state going backwards in development -- Polit Bureau Member Prakash Karat inaugurating the March on January 15
Nearly 1 in ten child deaths uner the age of one in India can be attributed to domestic violence against the mother during the marriage.
Only 46% of India’s net sown area (land which is sown at least once) is irrigated. The remaining 54% supports 44% of the population and depends completely on the monsoon rains (Ministry of Agriculture)