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Marx is back

Posted by ajadhind on October 28, 2008


LONDON: With capitalism in crisis, Karl Marx has become fashionable again in the West. Das Kapital, his seminal work, is set to become a best-seller in Europe.

In his native Germany, copies of Das Kapital are reported to be “flying off the shelves” as failed bankers and free-market economists try to make sense of the global economic meltdown.

Jorn Schutrumpf, head of the Berlin publishing house Dietz, is reported as having said that the sales of the works of Marx, and Friedrich Engels, have trebled. “Marx is fashionable again…We have a new generation of readers who are rattled by the financial crisis and have to recognise that neo-liberalism has turned out to be a false dream,” he told The Times.

A dramatic rise has been reported in the number of visitors to Marx’s birthplace in Trier. And film-maker Alexander Kluge is planning to turn Das Kapital into a movie.

Western leaders who once sneered at Marx’s dense tome, breezily dismissing it as a “doorstop,” have been seen flaunting Das Kapital in recent weeks. French President Nicolas Sarkozi has been spotted “flicking through” it, German Finance Minister Peer Steinbruck has said nice things about it, and even the Pope has praised the book for its “great analytical” quality.

Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams recalled Marx’s analysis of capitalism in glowing terms, saying: “Marx long ago observed the way in which unbridled capitalism became a kind of mythology, ascribing reality, power and agency to things that had no life in themselves.”

Some British cheerleaders for free-market, such as The Times and The Daily Telegraph, have suddenly become interested in Marx. There has been a wave of soul-searching analyses of whether he was right, after all.

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Four cops killed in Naxal attack in Gadchiroli

Posted by ajadhind on October 28, 2008

NAGPUR, OCTOBER 26 : After a long lull, Maoists struck in Gadchiroli on Sunday morning, killing four policemen in an ambush near Korepalli village under Rajaram Khanla police station in Aheri tehsil.The Naxalites started firing at the police party, a C-60 commando unit with four officers, which was on a routine patrol in the area, killing four of the 23 policemen on the spot. The deceased policemen have been identified as provisional sub-inspector S R Parekar and constables Vinod Uike, Ajay Maste and Vasant Madavi.

SI Nalawade and constables Gangaram Sidam, Diwakar Gawade, Vikram Thakur and Ganpat Soyam are undergoing treatment at Nagpur.”Their condition is out of danger,” SP Rajesh Pradhan told The Indian Express.

Of late, Naxalites have been active in Etapalli area, where they have burnt a few trucks, damaged a church and killed a man recently. However, the sudden strike in Aheri has startled the police. “They have been trying to engage us since the past few days,” Pradhan said.

Last time Naxalites attacked the police on such a big scale was in 2005 when 14 policemen were killed in two blasts in Gadchiroli and neighbouring Gondia districts. That year as many as 25 police personnel were killed in attacks as against only three Naxalites.

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India Maoists forge new alliance

Posted by ajadhind on October 28, 2008


Maoist rebels in Chhattisgarh

Maoists have a presence in 182 districts of India

Maoist rebels in India and a leading separatist group in the country’s north-east have decided to work together, according to a statement.

The rebels and the Revolutionary Peoples Front (RPF) of Manipur said they would fight to “overthrow” India’s ruling regime.

The RPF is one of Manipur’s oldest separatist groups.

It has an armed wing which attacks Indian security forces and punishes drug peddlers and woman traffickers.

Formed in 1976, a number of RPF’s early leaders were trained in China.

A joint statement signed by S Gunen, the RPF secretary-general, and Comrade Alok of the underground Maoist party said they supported the “great Indian class struggle led by the Maoists against India’s semi-feudal, semi-colonial regime”.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said the Maoist insurgency is the “single biggest threat” to India’s security.

They operate in 182 districts in India, mainly in the states of Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and West Bengal.

The rebels say they are fighting for the rights of poor peasants and landless workers.

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News from Bangladesh

Posted by ajadhind on October 28, 2008

Dear comrades

Our 7 comrades have been arrested by the police on 25 October 27, 2008 at 10 pm at begrhat, the south west area of Bangladesh. Police said to the media they were illegal activating at the morelgong, district of bagerhat.

7 comrade including a female comrade was arrested by the brutal Bangladeshi police. Very famous female comrade is known as didi moni ( mam) was also arrested on this night. Didmoni have been developing a child school on the morelgong, district of bagherhat. This school is very famous to the poor working and peasant classes.

Bangladeshi police never act as a political prisoner to the Maoist revolutionary group and same matter have happened for our great 7 comrade. They have been very much tortured since 25 October to yet. Because police did not hand over the matter to the court to surrender to the political prisoner. Bangladeshi state never knows how to go legal frame work but they every time says about law and duty.

Scholl have been leading our peasant organization.

All revolutionary party and individual man of Bangladesh as well as all over the revolutionary power to help to us.

Thanks to all


Sonkingkretir noya shetu

(it’s a party formation movement )


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Report of the Seminar on the Birth Centenary of Com. Amulya Sen

Posted by ajadhind on October 28, 2008

The seminar on the occasion of the birth centenary of Com. Amulya Sen held on 21 October 2008 at Theosophical Society, Kolkata, India was attended by about 200 people. With a crowded hall the red flag of the proletariat was hoisted by Com. Gour Chakraborty, the well known revolutionary worker.

In the seminar, a report describing the revolutionary life of Com. Amulya Sen and the significance of his work was presented on behalf of the Com. Amulya Sen birth centenary celebration committee. Com. Sachchidananda Banerjee, Com. Jyanta Sen, Com Amiduity Kumar talked on different facets of the life of Com. Amulya Sen. Com. Gour Chakraborty pointed the importance of the unification of different revolutionary groups to carry forward the Indian revolution, the dream for which Com. Amulya Sen and numerous martyrs have sacrificed their lives. The seminar was attended by the representatives of different progressive and revolutionary organizations and journals including Committee for the release of political prisoners, Sanhati Udyoug, Ganapratirodh Manch (West Bengal unit of Revolutionary Democratic Front), Janamuktikami, Communist Youth League, Marxist Leninist Research Centre, Bangla People’s March.

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