What I find both surprising and objectionable is that the poster declares that this event is being supported by the High Commission of India, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Ayush and the Indian Council of Cultural Relations.
I am sure your doubts will be put to rest and so would the mischief of the media reports that certain parts of Indian history are being dropped from the syllabus of the secondary school syllabus in Tripura.
Certain reports have appeared in a section of the media stating that the professors from the Jawaharlal Nehru University and the Delhi University who visited Bastar, Chattisgarh are being harassed with copies of the false complaints registered against them being sent to the concerned universities.
Most of us in the country are aghast at the manner in which such brutal assault is mounted on the university community by the Telangana police in one of the premier Central universities of our country.
The manner in which the sedition clause is being used in this case underlines the necessity to scrap the sedition clause 124A in the Indian Penal Code. The CPI(M) demands the withdrawal of the cases against the opposition leaders and all others named in the FIR.
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.
The trio of anti people economic policies, communalism and authoritarianism is ruling the country today. This trio wants to become trident. The people of the country and the left shall have to stop this from happening otherwise it would be disastrous for the people. This was said by Com. Sitaram Yechury, General Secretary of the CPI(M) and member of Parliament.
A true tribute to Comrade Dasarath Deb will be establishing and maintaining live links with the masses, strengthening mass struggles for a better India and better society
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.
The Marxist, XXXI 3, July–September 2015
On Combating Subjectivism