LOS ANGELES: Graffiti in Solidarity with Indian Political Prisoner GN Saibaba

By Jakob Stein Last week, posters and graffiti in solidarity with Indian political prisoner GN Saibaba were seen in Little Bangladesh, Los Angeles. The poster read, “Free Comrade GN Saibaba! Comrade GN Saibaba is being held in solitary confinement in Maharashtra, India for his revolutionary work.” The graffiti read, “Free all political prisoners! Making revolution is no crime!” Saibaba was an English professor at Delhi … Continue reading LOS ANGELES: Graffiti in Solidarity with Indian Political Prisoner GN Saibaba

INDIA : Four Kashmiri Students Assaulted, Called “Terrorists”

Photo: Kashmiri student Tahir Majeed was beaten in an act of targeted violence at Mewar University in Northwest India By Kannan Krishnan On November 22, four Indian students were arrested for attacking four Kashmiri students at Mewar University in Chittorgarh, located in Rajasthan province along the Indian border with Pakistan. The attack was instigated by the four Indian students from Bihar after one of them … Continue reading INDIA : Four Kashmiri Students Assaulted, Called “Terrorists”

El Departamento de Estado de EE.UU. Clasifica a las Fuerzas Maoístas Entre las Principales Amenazas Mundiales

Foto: El Nuevo Ejército Popular dirigido por el Partido Comunista de Filipinas (izquierda) y El Ejército Guerrillero Popular dirigido por el Partido Comunista de la India (Maoísta) (derecha) Este artículo es una traducción. Por Mike Talavera En un informe anual sobre el “terrorismo” presentado al Congreso de los Estados Unidos al principio de este mes, el Departamento de Estado de los Estados Unidos clasificó al … Continue reading El Departamento de Estado de EE.UU. Clasifica a las Fuerzas Maoístas Entre las Principales Amenazas Mundiales

US State Department Ranks Maoist Forces Among Leading Global Threats

Photo: New People’s Army led by the Communist Party of the Philippines (left) and People’s Guerilla Army led by the Communist Party of India (Maoist) (right) By Mike Talavera In an annual report on “terrorism” presented to the US Congress earlier this month, the US State Department ranked the Communist Party of India (Maoist) and the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) among the Top … Continue reading US State Department Ranks Maoist Forces Among Leading Global Threats

SWEDEN: Revolutionaries Carry Out Demonstrations of International Solidarity

Photo: Revolutionary activists hold a demonstration outside of the Brazilian embassy in Stockholm By Nélida Tello Last week, revolutionaries across Sweden carried out several demonstrations and actions, mainly in support of international struggles. In Stockholm, there was a demonstration outside of the Brazilian embassy in solidarity with the struggle for New Democratic Revolution in Brazil and against the fascist President Jair Bolsonaro, the repression of the … Continue reading SWEDEN: Revolutionaries Carry Out Demonstrations of International Solidarity

INDIA: Revolutionary Leader Kobad Ghandy Released on Bail

Photo: Revolutionary leader Kobad Ghandy By Ed Dalton Imprisoned since 2010, revolutionary leader Kobad Ghandy was released from Lajpore Central Jail on October 16 after paying bail. Comrade Ghandy was originally accused of attacking a police station without evidence. Even after his release, he is still being confined to the city of Surat while awaiting trial. More than any single action, Comrade Ghandy is accused … Continue reading INDIA: Revolutionary Leader Kobad Ghandy Released on Bail

HOUSTON: Trump and Modi Rally Met With Huge Protests

Photo: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump take the stage at the “Howdy Modi!” event in Houston, Texas By Jennifer Kelly Over 50,000 people including President Donald Trump attended the “Howdy, Modi!” rally last weekend, welcoming Indian Prime Minister and Hindu fascist Narendra Modi to Houston. Over 12,000 more protested outside, mainly against the recent revocation of the Kashmir region’s special … Continue reading HOUSTON: Trump and Modi Rally Met With Huge Protests