Kerala

Review of Assembly Elections

Review of the State Assembly Elections

(Adopted by the Central Committee at its Meeting

June 18-20, 2016, New Delhi)

P.B. Communique

The CPI(M) state committees in West Bengal, Kerala, Tamilnadu and  Assam are scheduled to meet to prepare a detailed review of the CPI(M)’s performance in the elections and the post election political situation arising in these states.  On the basis of these review reports prepared by the state committees, the Central Committee will conduct its review at its forthcoming meeting from June 18-20.

Stop BJP-RSS Attacks in Kerala

The people of Kerala gave a resounding verdict in favour of the LDF. It is against this democratic verdict of the people that the BJP launched attacks in various places against the CPI(M) and the LDF. Such attacks will not be tolerated by the people.

Kerala: Brutal Rape, Murder Condemned

The Polit Bureau demands that the investigation into the brutal rape and appalling violence inflicted on the woman should be entrusted to an enquiry committee headed by a high ranking woman police official.

The Polit Bureau demands that the investigation into the brutal rape and appalling violence inflicted on the woman should be entrusted to an enquiry committee headed by a high ranking woman police official.

Kerala: Restore Kudumbashree Logo

The Secretariat of the Kerala State Committee of the Party has lodged a strong protest against the move to replace the original logo of the ‘Kudumbasree’ project with the lotus, the election symbol of the BJP. 

Nava Kerala March Concludes

After travelling 2000 kilometers through 14 districts of the state, and meeting 35 lakh people, the Navakerala March ended with a massive public meeting at the Shanghumugham beach, in Thiruvananthapuram on 15 February.

Nava Kerala March Begins

The month long Nava Kerala march with the theme of a “corruption free and secular progressive Kerala” got underway today from Uppala, the northen tip of Kerala in Kasargode district.

On Lavalin Case

The Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) condemns the politically motivated Congress-led UDF government’s move in approaching the Kerala High Court for an early hearing of the revision petition on allegations against CPI(M) Polit Bureau member Pinarayi Vijayan in the Lavalin case. 

UDF Destroyed Development: Prakash

Com. Prakash Karat, Member of the Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) in his speech at the valedictory session of the International Congress of Kerala Studies said that the alternative proposal for the future development of Kerala should be drafted by considering the global and national scenario and the limitations, the neo-liberal policies had imposed on us. The Global financial system has not yet completely recovered from the 2007-08 recession. The negative effects of the recession are still lingering in the developed and developing nations. The prices of oil and oil products have fallen by 70%.

Kerala Studies: Sitaram's Inaugural Address

Way back in 1994, under the inspiring initiative of EMS Namboodiripad, this process of periodic conferences began. The declared objective was to undertake a stock taking in order to re-orient the developmental processes and policies in the state, in response to changes in the global and domestic Indian conditions.