Friday 24 June 2016

More than 100 women injured in clash with 35 AR on NH-2

KANGPOKPI, Jun.22: It was around 1.30 this morning, when the 35 Assam Rifles posted at Hengbung in Sadar Hills went on the offensive and injured more than a hundred women agitators in front of their camp, who were demonstrating against the arrest of four PSOs of KNF President at Hengbung yesterday by Assam Rifles.
Around 600 women from different parts of Sadar Hills congregated in front of 35 AR Hengbung post at around 7.30 pm yesterday started protesting while demanding the unconditional release of the four PSOs of KNF President, ST. Thangboi, who is also the chairman of United Peoples’ Front, one of the two conglomerate bodies of Kuki UGs.

Sunday 19 June 2016

Is Communism declining in India ?

Here is an exclusive article written by Ratan Sharda on Organiser which speaks about the declining state of Communism in India.

Decline of Communism : Turnaround in ‘Idea of India’

Communism, once a formidable force in Indian politics, has shrunk in terms ideological and political space. On the other hand, the rise of nationalist forces in the all realms of national lifehas forced the so called ‘left’ to adopt regressive strategies

2016 assembly elections are a watershed historic moment for Communist movement of India. Alliance between Congress and Communists was a moment of truth more for Communists than for Congress.

Thursday 16 June 2016

Fish Prasadam, Queue In Hyderabad

Thousands Queue Up In Hyderabad For ‘Fish Prasadam’
Thousands of people from various parts of the country took the famous ‘fish prasadam’, believed to cure asthma, here on 8th June,Wednesday.
The Bathini Goud family, which administers the ‘fish prasadam’ (murrel fish and a herbal paste), began the exercise at the Exhibition Grounds this morning and it will continue for 24 hours. The Bathini Goud family claims to be offering the ‘fish prasadam’ for the last 170 years.

Wednesday 15 June 2016

Police arrested main accused of Mathura violence

Image credit:  Twitter/The Times of India
According to Uttar Pradesh police officials, Chandan Bose and three others orchestrated the incident that left 29 dead.
The Uttar Pradesh Police have arrested the prime accused in the Mathura violence case, which left 29 people dead on June 2, reported PTI. Chandan Bose and his wife were arrested from a village in Parsurampur area.

Friday 3 June 2016

Bhaiyyaji Joshi has released Agricultural Atlas

Agricultural Atlas
It is reported that Shri Bhaiyyaji Joshi sarkaryavah of the RSS has released the Agricultural Atlas of Madhya Pradesh on June 1st at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA) auditorium in Delhi. Honourable Union Minister for Agriculture, Shri Radha Mohan Singh; Honourable Member of Parliament, Shri Murli Manohar Joshi; Organising Secretary of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, Shri Dinesh Dattatreya Kulkarni and Chairman of the IGNCA, Shri Ram Bahadur Rai address the gathering. Dr. J. K. Bajaj, Director, Centre for Policy Studies, has submitted the presentation on the contents of this Atlas.