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NALANDA UNIVERSITY, BIHAR: Retrenched Guards Fight for their Reinstatement

THE ancient International Nalanda University in its new incarnation has started functioning from 2014 in a new campus in picturesque town of Rajgir, which happens to be a tourist spot and seat of Buddhism and Jainisim in Bihar.

The peasants of the surrounding areas have been forced to part with their multi-crop land for the construction of Nalanda University and the Bihar government had promised to provide jobs to their wards and announced that the all round development of the 14 villages adjacent to the  university campus, will be ensured.

WEST BENGAL: Tribals, Dalits Rally to Defend Rights

TRIBALS, members of Dalit and Scheduled sections gathered in a huge meeting in Kolkata on November 28, to voice their genuine and long standing demands. The meeting was jointly organised by Paschimbanga Samajik Nyaya Mancha, Adivasi Adhikar Mancha and Adivasi Lokshilpi Sangha. A day before the rally, the three organisations had submitted a deputation to the governor, who admitted that the demands are genuine and are worthy of serious consideration. He has assured the delegation that he would convey their concerns to both the central and state government.

PUNJAB: Anganwadi Mulazam Union Achieves Victory

AS a result of the struggle of the Anganwadi Mulazam Union (AMU), which is affiliated to All India Federation of Anganwadi Workers and Helpers (AIFAWH), Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has given assurance in writing that no anganwadi centre would be affected with the commencement of pre-primary classes. The government also made it clear that the anganwadi centres would function from their set locations and the government would not shut down any centre in Punjab.

Mammoth Rally of Working People in Agartala

THE Left Front government in Tripura is pursuing an alternative policy in favour of the poor, toiling masses and the middle class, contrary to that of the RSS-BJP-led Modi government at the Centre which is working for corporate barons. This alternative policy must be highlighted before the nation through the victory of the Left Front in the ensuing assembly election, frustrating all conspiracies hatched by the opposition parties, Chief Minister Manik Sarkar told a mammoth rally of the working people at Vivekananda Maidan in Agartala on November 26.

BMS Move Prevents Kerala Govt’s Takeover of PSU which the Central Govt is Closing Down

A COURT case filed by the RSS/BJP-supported trade union has threatened to sabotage the Kerala government's takeover of a public sector company which the central government intends to shut down.

The CPI(M)-led Left Democratic Front government of Kerala had expressed its willingness to take over Instrumentation Limited, a public sector undertaking (PSU) of the central government which the BJP-led government at the centre is closing down.

GUJARAT : BJP Resorts to Casteism & Communal Polarisation to Win Elections

PRIME Minister Narendra Modi’s famed and favourite ‘development’ agenda has taken a back seat in Gujarat as the state heads for a crucial assembly election that may determine the course of India’s political discourse for the next few years.

 Despite shouting from roof tops about ‘development’ continuing to be its main agenda, the ruling BJP and its chief campaigner Modi are keeping no stone unturned to deploy the age-old deadly concoction of casteism and communal polarisation to win the elections.

KERALA: After Assault on Mayor, RSS Attacks CPI(M) District Office in Thiruvananthapuram

RSS workers attacked the Thiruvananthapuram district committee office of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on November 19th night.

The incident took place a day after another attack at the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation which left the City Mayor V K Prasanth and four councillors injured. Alleged RSS workers who came from outside attacked the mayor and four councillors in the midst of a ruckus created by BJP councillors during a discussion on the installation of high-mast lights in the state capital on November 18.

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