Done In by the Chinese; Shaken by 26/11, Industry Worries about Security; Simmering Seven in the North-east; and Hindi Lesson for Raj from Tamil Nadu
CPM General Secretary Prakash Karat on the difficulties his party faces in the 2011 West Bengal Assembly election, the threat from Maoists and his error in allowing the UPA government to negotiate a safeguards agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency in November 2007.
If you think Prakash Karat would be lying low after his party’s recent rout, think again. He’s back at the helm with a grand plan for change
CPM’s war against the media; A big blow to Naxals; University for the disabled; BJP’s Facebook face-off; and DMK’s poll booty for terrorists
Though fighting oppression in West Bengal, Maoists are busy oppressing their own cadres in Jharkhand. Dissent is not an option in their ideology
The police orders are to ‘flush out’ Maoists, and since actual militiamen are hard to locate the State forces end up treating every villager as a closet Maoist. It all adds up to further alienation