Monday, February 29, 2016

JNU , DEN OF ANTI NATIONALS AND COMMUNIST CRIMINALS PART 8 - CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL


Above :  The quintessential JNU product--  a pseudo intellectual sans class, a rabble rousing COMMIE SHORN OFF ALL LOYALTY TO THE WATAN, crass,  shabbily dressed , unwashed , who will utter PROMOSSANN for promotion.  Shut down this disgraceful  anti-national DEN where our priceless national flag does NOT deserve to flutter !


THIS POST IS A  CONTINUATION OF PART 7 BELOW-




100.
In Bengali –Laltara, 7th Dec. 1972.
101.
In Bengali –Laltara, 22nd Jan. 1973.
102.
In Bengali –Laltara, 7th Feb. 1973.
103.
In Bengali –Laltara, 22nd Feb. 1973.
104.
In Bengali –Laltara, 7th March 1973.
105.
Liberation, [Special Issue] Dec. 20, 1973.
106.
In Bengali – Sandhi Kishan, May 20, 1974.
107.
In Bengali – Anya Artha, June-July-Aug. 1974.
108.
In Bengali – A Letter by Souren Bose.
109.
In Bengali--CIA’er Durge Aghat Koro (Cripple the CIA) Appeal by Yadavpur Taligurj CPI(M-L).
110.
In Bengali – Shrodhay Neta Comrade Charu Majumdar kache dum dum central jailer Mahan Biplabi Sangramer Report (Report to Com. Charu Mazumdar on Dum Dum Jail Firing).
111.
In Bengali – Ghoshna (Information).
112.
In Bengali – Policer Prati (On Police) – CPI (M-L).
113.
In Bengali – An appeal by Com. Charu Mazumdar: To keep the aggressor alive is an invitation to death—justifying police attack.
114.
Handwitten Manuscript of Peoples Daily, 30th Nov. 1971. (Learn to Strengthen the Party through Experience)
115.
In Bengali [with English translation] – (CRP Eastern Rifles and Jyoti Basu in Parliamentary Proceedings).
116.
In Bengali – On Subhas Bose by Sasanka (Saroj Dutt).
117.
In Bengali – Shotoner Dashike, Muktir Dashoke, Parinito Karun; (Transform the Decade of 70s into a Decade of Liberation) —by Charu Majumdar
118.
In Bengali – Mao Tse Tung Er Chintadharan Alokey Bharotej Gono Biplab (People Revolution in India based on Mao Tse Tung’s Thought).
119.
People of the World United. (In Hindi)
120.
Inner party Document No. 1, July 1971. (In Bengali)
121.
Inner party Document No. 2, July 1971. (In Bengali)
122.
Com. Charu Majumdar’s Warning to those who want to break away from his Leadership. (In Bengali)
123.
Ching Kiang Mountain is the Road to Revolution. (In Bengali)
124.
Take Revenge for the murder of Brave Martyrs spread the revolution in waves. (In Bengali)
125.
Com. Om Swarooper Moto Bhalo Communist Houn. (Be a good Communist like Om Swaroop) (In Bengali)
126.
Why did the Chinese Party Amend our views? (In Bengali)
127.
Com. Sushitol Roy Chowdhuri’s unknown work.
128.
An appeal by Central CPI (M-L) Committee. (In Bengali)
129.
A Pamphlet by CPI (M-L) advocating Liberation of rich section. (In Bengali)
130.
An Appeal by Shiliguri CPI (M-L). (Intensify attack on India Government’s Military machinery) (In Bengali)
131.
Declaration of the Revolutionaries in the CPI (M), etc. Liberation, Vol. 1, No. 2, Dec. 1967.
132.
Pages from Party History: Civil Disobedience or Counter Revolutionary Manoeuvre? etc., Liberation, Vol. 1, No. 3, Jan. 1968.
133.
Historic Turning Point in the Indian Revolution, History of CPI, etc., Liberation, Vol. 1, No. 5, March 1968.
134.
Agrarian Reform in Liberated China, Marxism in China Today, Liberation, Vol. 1, No. 6, April 1968.
135.
The Role of the Individual in Making History and Lenin, The Revolutionary Path is the only Path, etc. Liberation, May 1968.
136.
Long Live the Victory of People’s War, Mao Tse-tung’s Article, etc. Liberation, No. 8, June 1968.
137.
In Memory of Norman Bethune, The United Front of the Revolutionary Party, etc. Liberation, Vol. I, No. 9, July 1968.
138.
Chairman Mao’s Militant Documents, Two Articles by Com. Charu Mazumdar, Liberation, October, 1968.
139.
Report on Naxalbari Struggle, Develop Peasants’ Class Struggle, Liberation, Vol. 2, No. 1, Nov. 1968.
140.
A Report on the Girijan Struggle: Greetings to Kerala’s Peasant Revolutionaries, etc. Liberation, Vol. 2, No. 2, Dec. 1968.
141.
Greetings to the Ninth Congress of CPC, etc. Liberation, Vol. 2, No. 6, April 1969.
142.
Political Resolution of the Communist Party of India (ML), Kanu Sanyal Addresses May Day Rally, etc. Liberation, May, 1969.
143.
Lin Piao’s Political Report: New Constitution of the CPC, Armed Struggle in UP, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Liberation, June 6, 1969.
144.
Red Political Power Emerges in Srikakulam, etc.  Liberation, July, 1969.
145.
Flames of People’s War Burn Brightly in Srikakulam, Long Live Communist Party of China, Soviet Revisionist Theories of ‘Limited Sovereignty’, Liberation, Vol. 2, August 1969.
146.
On the Passing Away of President Ho Chi Minh – Resolution of CPI (M-L), Crisis within Ruling Classes, etc., Liberation, Vol. 2, September, 1969.
147.
Long Live the Historic October 1, 20th Anniversary of Founding of People’s Republic of China, etc., Liberation, October, 1969.
148.
Vice-Chairman Lin Piao’s Speech: China’s Chairman is our Chairman; China’s Path is Our Path, etc. Liberation, Vol. 3, November 1969.
149.
Sum up the Experience of Revolutionary Peasant Struggle – One year of Srikakulam Struggle, CPI (M-L), Greets Socialist Albania, Liberation, Vol. 3, No. 12, Dec. 1969.
150.
Deshvrti – Naxalbari Visheshank, (Special Naxalbari Issue) February 1968. (In Hindi)
151.
Deshvrti – Special Vietnam Issue, March 1968. (In Hindi)
152.
Deshvrti, May-June, 1968. (In Hindi)
153.
Communist Party (Marxvadi-Leninvadi) Ki Sthapna Yetihasik Ghoshna (Historic Declaration of the Formation of CPI (M-L), From: Lok Yudha, Allahabad. (In Hindi)
154.
On Sreekakulam Girijan Armed Struggle, By Nagi Reddy and others, Proletarian Path, No. 1, 1969.
155.
The Perspectives of Indian Revolution, Red Salute to the Comrades Butchered by Enemy, etc., People’s War, Vol. I, No. 3, 1969.
156.
Progressive Labour Stalin and the Chinese, Proletarian Path, No. 1, 1969.
157.
Palia-Hazra Kshetra Ke Kisan Sangram Ka Karyakrama: Yekdam Naye Baten (Programme of the Palia Hazra Peasants’ Struggle: Completely New Thing). (In Hindi)
158.
Indonesia Se Sadak (Lessons from Indonesia) – Donald Barnet, Information Bulletin, No. 1, July 1967. (In Hindi)
159.
Fight Against Revisionism March forward Peasants Struggle, Examine Theories in Practice, Information Bulletin, No. 2, Sept.-Oct., 1967. (In Hindi)
160.
Draft of the party Constitution – Part I, (General Programme), November 1969. (In Hindi)
161.
Let the Red Flag of Naxalbari Hoist more and more High, Lenin: On Bourgeoisie Constitution, December 1967. (In Hindi)
162.
A Note on Calcutta Meeting, December 1967. (In Hindi)
163.
Goshti Forum: For Discussion among Communists Revolutionaries Jan.-Feb., 1968. (In Hindi)
164.
For Inner Party Discussion: Goshthi Forum, UP ke Communist Krantikarion Ke Vichar Vinimaya Ka Yel Madhyam (A Medium of Discussion of UP Communists), 1968. (In Hindi)
165.
India – a Neo-Colony, Editorial: Up Hold the Red Banner of People’s Revolution to its Maximum Height, Lal Pataka, Oct. 27, 1968. (In Hindi)
166.
For Inner Party Discussion: Goshthi Forum – A Discussion Media for UP Revolutionaries, Nov.-Dec. 1968. (In Hindi)
167.
Policy Declaration of the ‘Lal Pataka’ – The Tasks of Peasant Revolution will be fulfilled under the Leadership of Peasantry, Background Crisis, Struggle and Mid-Term Poll, etc. Lal Pataka, 1st Jan. 1969. (In Hindi)
168.
Hold High the Great Red Banner of Mao Tse-Tung’s Thought, Long Live the Great Revolutionary Teachings of Stalin, People’s War, No. 1, Jan. 1, 1969.
169.
Down with Parliamentarianism, Build up Agrarian Revolution, People’s War, No. 2, Feb. 7, 1969.
170.
Lal Pataka, April 11, 1969. (In Hindi)
171.
The Historic Declaration of the Formation of CPI (M-L), Lokyudha, April, 1969. (In Hindi)
172.
Lal Pataka, No. 3, April 11, 1969. (In Hindi)
173.
Forum: For Discussion Among Communist Revolutionaries, April-May, 1969. (In Hindi)
174.
Krantikari Comuniston Ke Vichararth Committee Dwara Bahas Aur Amal Ke Leye, May, 1969. (In Hindi)
175.
Resolution on Party Organisation—only for workers, July-August, 1969. (In Hindi)
176.
Draft Programme of CPI (M-L), Nov. 1969. (In Hindi)
177.
Forum, No. 6, November, 1969. (In Hindi)
178.
Some Questions reg. the Present Political and Organisational Problems – Charu Majumdar, Deshvarti Publication, Calcutta. (In Hindi)
179.
Mukti Path, No. 5, Dec. to March, 1969. (In Hindi)
180.
Sashatra Krantikari Larai Men Kud Pariye Jana Sena Aur Lal Adhar Kshe Tra Banane Ke Kam Ko Tej Kijiye, Mao Vadi Communist Kendra ka Ahwan--Discussion Forum. (In Hindi)
181.
Deshabrati, 20th March, 1971. (In Bengali)
182.
Proposed Amendment to Party Programme by a group of some comrades, April, 1970. (In Hindi)
183.
Party Programme – Adopted at the 8th Party Congress of the CPI (M-L), May, 1970. (In Hindi)
184.
Political Report, Sept. – Oct. 1970. (In Hindi)
185.
Dur Ki Chitti – Charu Majumdar, Deshvrati, 1st Oct. 1970. (In Hindi)
186.
Deshvarati – Veeshesh Sankhya 25th November, 1970. (In Hindi)
187.
Comment on Bihar – Comments by Com. C.M., CPI(ML) Resolution, November, 1970.
188.
To the Working Class – Charu Majumdar.
189.
Yuyutsa, Vol. 5, No. 12, September, 1969.
190.
Com. Rarat LD Cjotto, Letter in Hindi, 31st March, 1971.
191.
Calcutta Zila Committee Ke Secre Tari Ko Charu’s Letter, 1st April 1971.
192.
The Roots of Revolution bu Chand Joshi, Hindustan Times Correspondent), Sunday World, Vol. I, No. 23, Nov. 7, 1971.
193.
The Roots of Revolution by Chand Joshi, Sunday World, Nov. 7, 1971 and Nov. 11, 1971, Part I and II.
194.
Concerning Deshbrati – Liberation Line reg. Pakistan, Inner Party Discussion – 2.
195.
Deshabarati, February 15, 1971.
196.
The Methods to Work – The Report of the ‘K’ District of UP, West Bengal and Bihar Regional Frontier Committee, CPI(ML), March, 1972.
197.
Document - :Peking and CP(ML), Frontier, Vol. 5, No. 30, Nov. 4, 1972.
198.
Andhra Pradesh – Analysis of a Split, Frontier, 27th January, 1973.
199.
UP – Under the Leadership of CPI(ML) Organise Guerillas’ Squards, Start Peasant War, and Libore your area from Zamindar Scoundrels Yoke.
200.
UP – Information Document of the 2nd Meeting of the Revolutionaries of UP, March – April, 1968.
201.
Forum – No. 1, June 1969; Organisational Committee of CPI(ML) UP’s Bulletin.
202.
Political and Organisational Report of the Cawnpur Regional Conference of CPI(ML), March, 1970.
203.
Prantiya Rajnitik va Sangathanik Report Ka Masvida, April, 1970.
204.
Resolution of the UP Committee on the Party Congress of CPI(ML), 8th Party Congress, 1970.
205.
Bulletin, No. 1, May, 1970, CPI(ML) Cawnpur Committee.
206.
Naxalbari aur Naxalbadi, UP, 1970.
207.
Garibon ka Mukti Sangram Zindabad – on Nainital, October-Nov. 1970.
208.
Resolution of the UP State Committee CPI(ML) on Struggle Against Left Opportunism, Subjectivism and Bureaucratic Tendencies and on some Questions relating to General Policy determination of the Party, CPI(ML), Feb. 1971.
209.
Bhartiya Communist Party (ML) Ki Uttar Pradesh Rajya Samittee Ka Muka Patra, Mukti Path, No. 2, March-April, 1971.
210.
To Naxalities in Vinag Jail from UP Naxalilte Leader, 4th May, 1973.
211.
A Letter dated 4.5.73 from Shiv Kumar Mishra (U.P. Naxalite Leader and also PB Member of the CPI(ML) to CPM General Secretary Com. P. Sundaraiyya, Jail Unnao, 4.5.1973.
212.
Reply dt. 4.5.73 from Unnao Jail by Shive Kumar Mishra and all Naxalite in Unnao Jail in Response to the Appeal issued by the All India Convention for the Release of Naxalite Prisoners – An Appeal to Naxalites.
213.
The Resolution passed by the Bihar State Committee of the CPI(ML) on the new upsurge and combating left opportunism on some questions – Comments by Com. Charu Mazumdar.
214.
The Draft Resolution for UP Committee on the basis of Bihar New Uprising and Struggle Against Left Opportunism, Nov. 1970.
215.
Athven Bihai Raj Party Sammelan Dwara Swavikrit Rajnitik Report – Report adopted by the 8th Bihar State party Conference.
216.
Naxalites in Bihar – An outline for Reference Origin and Development of the Naxalite Movement in Bihar, June 1973.
217.
Bihar Naxalites and Release – Com. Jagannath Sarkar, Secretary, Bihar State Council, CPI to P.C. Joshi, June 20, 1973.
218.
Naxalite Conspiracy Case (Cr. No. 3/70 of Parvathipuram Taluq P.S.) Documents, Vol. XIX.
219.
Rapid Advance of Guerrilla Struggle.
220.
CPI’s Defence of Naxalite Prisoners Communist Party Publication, 1978.
221.
Review of the Armed Struggle in Srikakaulam Region (Unanimously passed in regional plenum on 18th August 1972.)
222.
A Collection on the Agrarian Question – National Book Agency, Calcutta.
223.
Build up the People’s Liberation Army and March on Ward by Charu Mazumdar, Liberation, Vol. IV, No. 3, Jan.-March, 1971.
224.
Naxalite Conspiracy Case (Cr. No. 3/70 of Parvathipuram Taluq P.S. Srikakulam District), Vol. V.
225.
Naxalite Conspiracy Case (Cr. No. 3/70 of Parvathipuram Taluq P.S. Srikakulam District), Vol. I, FIR and Charge-Sheet.
226.
Naxalite Conspiracy Case (Cr. No. 3/70 of Parvathipuram Taluq P.S. Srikakulam District), Vol. XX, Extracts from Liberation.
227.
Naxalite Conspiracy Case (Cr. No. 3/70 of Parvathipuram Taluq P.S. Srikakulam District), Vol. XII, Document.
228.
Naxalite Conspiracy Case (Cr. No. 3/70 of Parvathipuram Taluq P.S. Srikakulam District), Vol. XXI, Extract from Liberation.
229.
Greetings to the CPC organization of the CPI(ML), Vol. 7, Nos. 1-4, Janaury-April 1974.
230.
Exhibt Conspiracy Case, Hyderabad, 1971.
231.
Janashakthi Siddantha, Rajakiya masabira, 1977.
232.
Naxalite Conspiracy Case (Cr. No. 3/70 of Parvathipuram Taluq P.S. Srikakulam District), Vol. III.
233.
Deergaka Lika Yuddamu in Handwriting of Dr. Millikarajunudu. (in Telegu)
234.
Vyavasaya Viplavam: Mana Karthavyalu, (Telegu).
235.
Bharatha Communist Party, Savaringhi Badina Partykar Ya Kramam. (Telegu).
236.
Bharatha Viplavamu Pantha, (Telegu).
237.
Praja Pantha, November, 1979.
238.
Athivada Vagadambarapu Musugulo Satya Narayana Singh Group Vari Mitavada Avakasavadam, 1976. (Telegu).
239.
Student on JNU Student Movement 1981-87, 2 October, 1987.
240.
Student – Organisation DRS (DRSO is Delhi Radical Students Organisation), 1986.
241.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Vol. I, Inaugural Issue, April, 1979.
242.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Vol. I, No. 3, Aug., 1979.
243.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Vol. I, No. 4, Nov., 1979.
244.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Supplement, 1980.
245.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Vol. I, No. 6, March 1980.
246.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Our Red Salute to Com. T.N, July, 1980.
247.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Report on the Agrarian Revolutionary Movement of the Adavi Meddulapalle Area in Andhra Pradesh, March, 1981.
248.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Let us Fulfill the Unfinished Tasks Left Behind by Com. T.N., August 1980.
249.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Supplement the Politics and Practices of the Rival Centre, June-July, 1981.
250.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Supplement on some Questions of Organisation by Devulapalli Venkateswara Rao, July, 1982.
251.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Supplement Our Basic Documents by Devulappali Venkateswara Rao, August, 1982, No. 25.
252.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Telangana Armed Struggle and the Path of Indian Revolution, March, 1982, No. 20.
253.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, Supplement SNS Groups Right Opportunism under the Grab of Left Phrase Mongering, September, 1980.
254.
The Proletarian Line, Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, August-September, 1984.
255.
Atomic Control – Aavane Nilayathinethiray Aninirakkuke (in Malayalam).
256.
American Attack on Iraq by B.J. James by Jannkiya Kala Sahitya Vedi Sanstan Samithi. (Malayalam).
257.
Central Reorganisation Committee CPI (ML) – Towards a New Phase of Spring Thunder, 1982.
258.
Mao Tse Tung and Three World Theory by K. Venu, Progressive Publication, 1983.
259.
Strategic Line for New Democratic Revolution in India, CRS, CPI(ML).
260.
Red Star – Platform for Communist Revolutionaries, Vol. II, No. 7, July 1992.
261.
Red Star – Platform for Communist Revolutionaries, No. 28, August, 1991.
262.
Red Star – Platform for Communist Revolutionaries, No. 20, September, 1990.
263.
Red Star – Down with Yankees and Stooges, Gorbachov and Yeltsin, Observe Oct. 1 as Peru Solidarity Day, No. 29, September, 1991.
264.
The Red Flag, No. 3, April, 1992.
265.
Red Sky over Andes – Committee in Support of the Peruvian Revolution.
266.
IMF and Company Leave India, 10thSeptember Parliament. (Malayalam).
267.
Declaration of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement.
268.
Samrajya Thwangangath Rajya the Panayappednthiya Rajya drohi kalaya Bharanadhi Karikala Vicharana Chayyaka. (Malayalam).
269.
Celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement – A World to Win.
270.
Revolution or World War 3?  The contradiction of the imperialist system are all likely in the coming period to express themselves by the force of arms on an unprecedented scale.  A World Win.
271.
Naxalite Conspiracy Case (Cr. No. 3/70 of Parvathipuram Taluq P.S.) Documents, Vol. III.
272.
Eight Documents (1965-67) by Charu Mazumdar, 1982.
273.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students’ Voice, Organ of the All India Revolutionary Student’s Federation, Vol. XII, NO. 2, June-July 1989.
274.
Rajakiya Drukpadham, Anantapuram: Pragati, 1986.
275.
Baliapal Ko(U) Lare Punjab by Dr. Narayan, Lalabatya Prakasan, 1987.
276.
Samaran, Sept., Oct.-Nov., 1989. (Telegu).
277.
Eight Documents (1965-67) by Charu Mazumdar, Mass Line Publication, 1982.
278.
Chiuru Pori by T. Rangasami, December, 1987.
279.
Marxism Endru, madras, K. Manoharn, 1984.
280.
Fight Liquidationism and Defend Party Line Central Committee, Communist Party of India (ML), 15th Dec. 1988.
281.
Celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement 13/1989, A World to Win.
281.A.
Some Serious Deviation and New Democratic Revolution in India.
282.
Do the Masses have the Right to Rule, A World to Win, 17/1992.
283.
Documents of the Communist Party of India (ML), Adopted by the Fourth All India Party Congress, 1-5 January, 1988.
284.
For a Comprehensive grasp and Practice of the New line, organ of the Central Reorganisation Committee, CPI(ML), Vol. 13, No.1, May, 1990.
284.A.
What the Communist Revolutionaries Stand for.
285.
On Remoulding the Style of Thinking and the Style of Functioning, Organ of the Central Reorganisation Committee CPI(ML), Vol. 12, No. 2, December, 1988.
286.
Defeat Communal Conspiracies of the Ruling Classes, A Call to the People of Punjab by the Maoists.
287.
Let us remould our style of thinking Organ of the Central Reogranisation Committee CPI(ML), Vol. 8, No. 3, December, 1982.
288.
Yerra Zanda, Feb. – March, 1976.
289.
Telugu Desam Annikala Pranalika (Telugu).
290.
Janashakti (Political Monthly), June, 1976.
291.
Mass Line – Mandal Report a New Caste Alignment Gulf Crissi, ULFA Interviewed, No. 47, October, 1990.
292.
Mass Line, Post-Election Scenario, No. 52, June 1991.
293.
Mass Line, No. 53, June 1991.
294.
Mass Line – Mass Line Ceases Publication, No. 55, November 1991.
295.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students’ Voice, Vol. XII, No. 1, December, 1989.
296.
India: Surface Cracks and the Tremors from the Depths, A World to Win.
297.
Naxalbari, India – 20 years since the clap of spring thunder, A World to Win, 9/1987.
298.
Only the Beginning, A World to Win.
299.
Comrade – Kottayam, September 4, 1990; Comrade 10/1990; Comrade 27/8/1991; Comrade 7/7/1992; Comrade 21/7/1992; Comrade 23/6/1992 and Comrade 30/6/1992. (All Malayalam).
300.
News Letter – 1 Samespanam Collective Publisher.
301.
K. Venu’s Resignation Letter, Punjab-Kerala State Committee Resolution, Sept. 1991.
302.
Sameepanam Collective by Ajit Kottayam, March-April, 1993.
303.
Comrade by P.C. Unnichekkan, Vol. 29, No. 12, Jan. 5, 1993.
304.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 15, 12/1/1993.
305.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 16, 19/1/1993.
306.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 27, 26/1/1993.
307.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 19, 9/2/1993.
308.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 20, 16/2/1993.
309.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 21, 23/2/1993.
310.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 23, 9/3/1993.
311.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 24, 16/3/1993.
312.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 25, 23/3/1993.
313.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 26, 30/3/1993.
314.
Comrade, Vol. 21, No. 27, 6/4/1993.
315.
Politic and Police Repression, 1986.
316.
Save Babri Masjid – Continue job reservation oppose upper caste oppression, 1991. (Malayalam).
317.
Peoples Commission Report on the Function of Pyannore Hospital and the Circumstances of Pushpavally Death.
318.
Sameepanam Collective by Karen Selkwood – A Martyer of Nuclear Terror. (Malayalam).
319.
MNC’s Plunder in India: A Historical View by P.J. James, 1992.
320.
Combat the Challenge from Fundamentalist Forces, Red Flag Publisher.
321.
CPI(ML) Red Flag, Political Resolution, June, 1992.
322.
Grave Challenges Call for Historic Responses, Red Flag Publisher.
323.
March Forward along the Path of Naxalbari by K.N. Ramachandran, Red Flag Publication, 1992.
324.
Bidar – Nail in the Coffin of Indian Unity Raje Sinh Muqaddam Kutta by Guru Nanak Dev, Punjab Human Rights Organisation.
325.
Punjab Bulldozed – A Report to the World, Punjab Human Right Commission.
326.
Red Sky over Andes – Committee in Support of the Paruvian Revolution.
327.
Writer in Freedom Struggle (India and Bulgaria) by K.S. Duggal, A Publication of Twenty First Century India Society, 1988.
328.
Mao Tse Tung and Three World Theory by K. Venu, Progressive Publications, 1983.
329.
On Political Orgainsation, Massline Press, 1985.
330.
Work for the vigorous development of the two line struggle at the all India level.
331.
Advance along the path charted out by Charu Mazumdar.
331.A.
Draft Programme – Organising Committee RCP, India.
332.
A Historic Turning Point – Liberation, Organ of the Central Reorganisation Committee CPI(ML), Vol. II, September, 1985.
333.
Going back to Marx, 1983.
334.
Mao Tse Tung thought the unfailing become lighting our path, Organ of the Reorganisation Committee CPI(ML), Vol. 7, No. 7-9, July-Sept. 1981.
335.
On Strategic Orientation, RCP India Publication.
336.
Programme for the Liberation of the Punjabi Nationality, Revolutionary Communist Party.
337.
Programme of the Communist Party of India (ML) – A Central Reorganisation Committee Publication.
338.
Perspective of Guerilla Zone – Develop the Peasant Movement of Karimnagar and Adiliabad districts to the next higher stage.
339.
Uphold Marxism-Leninism – Mao Zedong Thought; Fight against the Modern Revisionist Deng Clique, Resolution adopted by CC, CPI(ML) (PW) 1993.
340.
From Blue Star to Black Thunder on the crisis in the Khalistani Movement.
341.
People’s Power, Vol. 1, No. 4, August, 1973.
342.
People’s Power, Vol. 2, Nos. 2-3, June-September 1974.
343.
People’s Power, Vol. 3, No. 1, August – October 1977.
344.
People’s Power, Vol. 3, No. 3, April – June, 1978.
345.
People’s Power, Vol. 4, No. 1, March - April, 1979.
346.
People’s Power, Vol. 3, No. 2, Nov. – Jan., 1977-78.
347.
People’s Power, Vol. 4, No. 3, Dec. 1979 & Jan. 1980.
348.
People’s Power, Vol. 6, Nos. 1-2, January - June, 1982.
349.
Current Situation and our Task, Jan.-Feb. 1974.
350.
Programme of the Communist Party of India (ML) – A Central Reorganisation Committee Publication.
351.
A Few Words on Uttarkhand Movement by Kratikari Budhijibi Shangh Bihar, 15th August, 1992.
352.
Jagannatha Ratha Chakralu by  KVR – Critical Writings about Sri. Sri. 1950-85, A Jhanjha Publication. (Telegu).
353.
Lava Poems by ‘HRK’. (Telegu).
354.
Can they Stop Revolution Closing all ways Leading to Kamalapur – A Kranti Publication, June, 1984.
355.
Indian Democratic Revolution nationality Question, A Kranti Publication, June 1984.
356.
Unanimous Struggle – Democratic Rights of Unorganised Labour in India, Swechcha Shaiti Publication, Nov. 1983.
357.
Economic and Political Introduction to North Eastern India by Sura, Hyderabad, Yuga Publication, Oct. 1980.
358.
Samudrudu, Bhoomi Na Tala Vala Nirnayinchu Shining Path. (Telegu).
359.
Who’sResponsible – FDR Form for Democratic Rights. (Telegu).
360.
Warangal Students Movement Marches along Revolutionary Path, APRSU Publication.
361.
Matrutvam Oka Tiyyati Kala by Dr. Aluri Vijayalakshmi, Vijaya Sameers Publication, 1982.
362.
Rakta Rekha by Alishatti Prabhakar, 1983. (Telegu)
363.
Encounter Killings During Telegu Desam Rule, May 1989, APCLC Publications.
364.
Communalism Takes a Dangerous Tern – AISF Publication, 1989. (Telegu)
365.
Taaki Sanad Rehe by Hari Anjali – Kraantikar Akhil Bhartiya Sanskrit Samiti.
366.
Manik Bandhopadhyay – Amal Mazhi.
367.
The Gulf War Facts Behind the Façade, A CPDR Publication.
368.
Brutal Massacre at Narmeta the Hallmark of Undemocratic Deeds of the Congress Rule APRCS, April, 1990.
369.
Punjab Bulldozed A Report to the World, Punjab Human Right Organisation, 1988.
370.
Undeclared Civil War – Critique of Indian Government Forest Policy A Swechcha Sahiti Publication, Nov. 1983.
371.
Pidikilettina Bhopal Mahila Vizag: Mahila Margham Publication. (Telegu).
372.
Three Major Struggles on China’s Philosophical Front, A Kranti Publication, Nov. 1983.
373.
Bhujam Bhujam Kalipi by S.K. Pillai, (Janam Patalu). (Telegu).
374.
Literature is not Conspiracy Writers are not Conspirators Court Statement by T. Madhusudana Rao, A RWA Publication, 1981. (Telegu).
375.
Telangana Poratamu – Sahityamu by KVR Published by Revolutionary Writers Association. (Telegu)
376.
Srikakrla Rytanga Sayudha Poratam by A Appalanaidu, RWA Publication. (Telegu).
377.
Nainital Tarai, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, PUDR, 1989.
378.
Bastar – Peoples Union for Civil Liberties (MP) June, 1985.
379.
Patnasheelon Ke Virudh Pragtisheel Lekhan Ke Paksh Men by Saroj Dutt, Progressive Publishers, 1986.
380.
Peru Struggle (Peru Ka Mukti Sangram) by Kanchan Kumar, Progressive Publication, 1993.
381.
Shahid Bhagat Singh Aur Aaj Ka Bharat, Bharat Students Sangh.
382.
Bihar (Dekh Tamasa Loktantra Ka) Lal Kiran Publication, 1992.
383.
Warg Sanghrash men Zhulas Rahi Hai Jatiya Abdharana, Lal Kiran Publication, 1992.
384.
Spring Thunder – Fourth Conference Issue, December, 1990, Al India League for Revolutionary Culture.
385.
Amukh, January 1991, 2-3 January, 1991, 22 April, 1992.
386.
Lal Bano Gulami Chodo Bholo Vandemataram by N.K., RAW publication, 1989.
387.
Hum to Bhoole Nahi Shahid by Kanchan Kumar, Progressive Publication, 1992.
388.
India War on Kashmir by Tapan Bose and others, Committee for Initiative on Kashmir,, March 1990.
389.
Ragal Jenda – A Kranti Publication. (Telegu).
390.
State Repression on North Talangana (Uttar Telangana Pai Prabhutwa Dadi – Poorvaparaalu), January, 1985-1990.
391.
Mandutunna Chunduru – Virasam Nellore District Unit Publication, RAW. (Telegu).
392.
Family System – Marxism (Kutumbavyavastha-Marxism), RAW Publication, March, 1985. (Telegu).
393.
Raket Story by Dr. M. Nalini Mehan, 1982. (Telegu).
394.
Abhivrudhi Veluguneedalu by R.S. Rao. (Telegu).
395.
United We Terrorize – Political Parties and the uses of the Anti Terrorist Act, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, Nov. 1989.
396.
Loel Ke Kinare – Agrarian Conflict in Palamu Plains, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, April, 1990.
397.
Custodial Rape, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, March, 1990.
398.
A Theft and Death Sentence – Murder in Patel Nagar Police Station, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, August, 1991.
399.
Renusagar – A Report on Workers Struggle, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, October, 1991.
400.
Invisible Crimes – A Report on Custodial Deaths 1980-89, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, October 1989.
401.
Civil Rights under NTR Regime, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, September, 1989.
402.
Indrapuri – Zhindgi Maoth Aur Niyay Ki Khahani, PUDR, June, 1989.
403.
Waiting and Waging – A Tala of Life, Death and Justice, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, June, 1989.
404.
Sadda Hak, Cahey Rakh – A Report on Refugee Woman Workers of Delhi, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, April, 1989.
405.
Gentlemen Farmers of the Terai – A Report on the Struggle for Land and State Repression in Nainital, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, June, 1989.
406.
Forgotten Massacres – A Report on the Aftermath of Meerut 1987-89, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, May, 1989.
407.
Godavari Agency – On Repression Against Tribals in Andhra Pradesh, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, August, 1987.
408.
Role of Economic Policy on the Development of Science and Technology in India, An Underdeveloped Country ( A Study in Relation to Industrial Development), Subrata Lahiry.
409.
Comintern and Indian Revolution by Dr. W.C. Dev, Progressive Publications, Dec. 1986.
410.
The Pre-historic Man by W.C. Deb, Progressive Publication, 1986.
411.
Sri Sri New Frontiers (Selected renderings into English from the original Telegu Poems) by Chalasani Prasad, RWA Publication, 1983.
412.
The IMF Loan – An Exercise in Mortagage, (AIRSF) All India Revolutionary Students Federation, July, 1991.
413.
On Telugu Desam – A Kranti Publication, April, 1983.
414.
International Working Class Movement: The Path of World Socialist Revolution – A Kranti Publication, September, 1984.
415.
The Development of Capitalism in Russia by V.I. Lenin – A Kranti Publication, Nov. 1984.
416.
Malaya Communist Party – Two Historical Documents, A Kranti Publication, April, 1982. (Telegu).
417.
Baditulamaeda Bandalu published by Samata Sanghatana. (Telegu).
418.
Root out Vicious Propaganda of Vidyarathi Parishath Against Revolutionary Movement, An APRSU Publication, May 1984.
419.
Land to the Tiller – Can Only Liberate Peasantry – A Kranti Publication, March, 1990. (Telegu).
420.
Party Construction (Party Nirmanam) Stalin – A Kranti Publication. (Telegu).
421.
On Kashmir Problem: Kashmiru Samasya-Bomma Borusu, Kranti Publication. (Telegu).
422.
The Tasks of the Youth Leagues by V.I. Lenin, Radical Publication. (Telegu).
423.
Poland Labour Movement – A Observation, Kranti Publication, May, 1982.
424.
The Statement of the World, Communist and Workers’ Parties Delegates Mosting – A Kranti Publication, Feb. 1984.
425.
The Right Deviation in CPSU (B) by Stalin, A Kranti Publication, Jan., 1985.
426.
Speeches (Com. Charu Majumdar Sukthulu) Published by Erupu Prachuranalu. (Telegu).
427.
Soviet Union – Crisis of Socialism? Or Crisis of Social Imperialism? Published by All India Revolutionary Student Federation, Jan., 1982.
428.
Anamakudi Diary – Stoties by K.Ram Mohan Raju. (Raju).
429.
Black Diamond ‘Nalla Vajram’ A Novel about Life in Singarani Coal Mines by S.R. Pavan Kumar, 1987.
430.
Singarani Workers Stories, Boggu Porallo, Singarani Karmika Kathalu, Karimnagar Book Trust Publication, No. 3, Wati Press. (Telegu).
431.
71-80 – An Anbthology of Telugu Poems of the Present Burning Decade by Lakna Reddy, Osmania University Writers Circle, 1982.
432.
Aruna Tara, RWA, January-December, 1990. (Telegu).
433.
Aruna Tara, RWA, January-November, 1991. (Telegu).
434.
Aruna Tara, RWA, December, 1991, January-December, 1992. (Telegu).
435.
Prathi Pataku Oka Katha Vunda by GADDAR, A Jananatya Mandali Publication – II. (Telegu).
436.
Srajana, Sahithee mi-Thrulu, 1979, (Telegu).
437.
Sranana (1980). (Telegu).
438.
Sranana (1981). (Telegu).
439.
Sranana (1982). (Telegu).
440.
Sranana (1983). (Telegu).
441.
Simhaavalokanam Poetry by Sowbhagya, 1989. (Telegu).
442.
Jalapatham Poetry Anthology, 1978. (Telegu).
443.
Bhavaviplavakaarudu Bodavatiganti – Sahityasamalochana, Pragati Sahiti, JNU. (Telegu).
444.
Neetiputta, Devipriya, 1990. (Telegu).
445.
Ramprasad Bismil Writings Vol. I by Denesh Sharma, Asha Joshi.
446.
Selected Works of Mao Tse-Tung, Vol. VI.
447.
The Historic Turning Point – A Liberation Anthology, Vol. I by Suniti Kumar Ghosh, 1992.
448.
Report on Kashmir Situation on behalf of People’s Union for Civil Liberties Citizens for Democracy Radical Humanist Association Manav Ekta Abhiyan, A.P. Civil Liberties Committee, 1990.
449.
Red Star – Platform for Communist Revolutionaries, No. 3, Feb.-March, 1998, No. 4, April, 1988.
450.
Adhikar Raksha, Vol. X, No. 2, April-June, 1987.; Vol. X, No. 3, July-September, 1987, Vol. X, No. 4, Oc.-December, 1987.
451.
Zharkhand Khabar, August, 1988.
452.
Army Atrocities in Naga Areas, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, October, 1987.
453.
Report of Indian People’s Human Rights Tribunal on the Chintapalli Arson Case – An IPHRC Publication, 1988.
454.
Enclunter Killings in Andhra Pradesh Excerpts from Reports of A.P. Civil Liberties Committee.
455.
Majdoor-Dhwani, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, Vol. 3, No. 3, May, 1987.
456.
Atest ko Parkho phir Bhavisiya ko Dekho, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, 1988.
457.
Zhilko, Vol. 8, No. 8, Sept.-October, 1987, Nepal Sahiyta Sadan.
458.
Masal – Nepal Sahitya Sadan, Jan.-February, 1988.
459.
Student – On JNU Student Movement 1981-87, 2/October, 1987.
460.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students’ Voice, Vol. VIII, No. 5.
461.
Kalam, Vol. IX, No. 2, Sept.-October, 1984.
462.
Kalam, Vol. IX, No. 3, Nov.-Dec., 1984.
463.
Kalam, Vol. IX, No. 4, January, 1985.
464.
Kalam, Vol. IX, No. 5, Feb.-March, 1985.
465.
Kalam, Vol. IX, No. 6, July-August, 1985.
466.
Kalam, Vol. X, No. 3, Feb.-May, 1986.
467.
Kalam, Vol. X, No. 4, July-Dec., 1986.
468.
Kalam, Vol. X, No. 1, Sept.-Oct., 1985.
469.
Kalam, Vol. X, No. 2, Dec.-Jan., 1985-86.
470.
Kalam, Vol. VIII, No. 2, December, 1983.
471.
Kalam, Vol. VIII, No. 3, January, 1984.
472.
Kalam, Vol. XI, No. 1, December, 1986, March, 1987.
473.
Kalam, Vol. XII, No. 1, December, 1989.
474.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 4, No. 9-10, 1988.
475.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 5, No. 1-2, 1989.
476.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 5, No. 5-6, 1989.
477.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 5, No. -, 1989.
478.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 5, No. 1-2, 1990.
479.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 6, No. 3-4, 1990.
480.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 6, No. 5-6, 1990.
481.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 6, No. 7-8, 1990.
482.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 7, No. 3-4, 1991.
483.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 7, No. 5-6, 1991.
484.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 7, No. 7-8, 1991.
485.
Swechcha, Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Vol. 7, No. 11-12, 1991.
486.
For a New Democracy, Organ of the Provisional Central Committee Communist Party of India (ML), Vol. I, No. 8 & 9, October-November, 1978.
487.
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-          The Present Crisis of Socialism
-          The Changed National Situation and Tasks Ahead
-          Party Restructuring Adopted at Special All India Party Conference 22-24 July, 1990.
488.
CPI(ML) RRD Flag, Plenum Documents – A Red Flag Publication, 1993.
489.
MNC’s Plunder in India – A Historical View by P.J. James, Published in September, 1992.
490.
The Developments in Soviet Union and Future of Socialism by K.N. Ramachandran, Published by CPI(ML) Red Flag.
491.
Combat the Challenge from Fundamentalist Forces, Red Flag Publications.
492.
March Forward along the Path of Naxalbari by K.N. Ramachandran, Red Flag Publication, 1992.
493.
Voluntary Agencies – The Trust Mission by P.J. James, Red Flag Publication, 1993.
494.
Politics Socialism, Thozhilalivarga Sarvadhipathyam, Peristroika by M. Somasekharan, 1991.
495.
Bahurashtrakkuthakakal Jndiayil – Translation of MNC’s Plunder in India – A Historical View by P.J. James, 1992.
496.
Grave Challenges Call for Historic Responses, CPI(ML) Publication, 1992.
497.
Red Star, Vol. 2, No. 1, January, 1993.
498.
Red Star, Vol. 2, No. 2, February, 1993.
499.
Red Star, Vol. 2, No. 3, March, 1993.
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Red Star, Vol. 2, No. 4, April, 1993.
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Red Star, Vol. 2, No. 11, November, 1993.
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Red Star, Vol. 2, No. 12, December, 1993.
503.
Hindu Rastravadam by M.M. Samasekharan against Patriotism, CPI(ML), 1993. (Malayalam).
504.
Kendra Budget by P.J. James, CPI(ML), 1993.
505.
Peru and All Over the World by K.N. Ramachandran, Comrade Publishers.
506.
Reservation  - A Democratic Right by k.N. Ramachandran, CPI(ML), 1992.
507.
Naxalbari’s History, Red Flag Publication. (Malayalam).
508.
Soviet Union’s News by M.M. Samasekharan, Cpi9m0, Red Flag Publication. (Malayalam).
509.
Palaghat Riots – its Reports by M.M. Samasekharan, Yovajana Vedi Pub.
510.
Strike against O.P. Ticket by M.M. Samasekharan, Yuvajana Vedi Publishers. (Malayalam).
511.
India Facing Challenge and Communal by M.M. Samasekharan, Red Flag Publication. (Malayalam).
512.
America’s Iraw War by P.J. James, Jankiya-Publishers. (Malayalam).
513.
Enemployment and its Reasons by Jaya kumar, Yuvajana Pub. (Malayalam).
514.
Soviet Union’s New … CPI(M) by Jaya Kumar, Red Flag Publishers. (Malayalam).
515.
West Asian War by P.J. James, Red Flag Publication. (Malayalam).
516.
Prathisanthi Socialist Palhayalethalle by P.J. James, Red Flag Publication. (Malayalam).
517.
IMF Loka Bank Loan by P.J. James, Red Flag Publication (Malayalam).
518.
Communalism Lokathinfe Yuvathwamari, Red Flag Publication (Malayalam).
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Pathan Coloejal Adimathathinethre by P.J. James, Comrads Publishers. (Malayalam).
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Comrads, Vol. 21, No. 6,  10/11/92.
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Comrads, Vol. 21, No. 7,  17/11/92.
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Comrads, Vol. 21, No. 8,  24/11/92.
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Comrads, Vol. 21, No. 9,  1/12/92.
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Comrads, Vol. 21, No. 10,  8/12/92.
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Comrads, Vol. 21, No. 11, 15/12/92.
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Comrads, Vol. 21, No. 12,  22/12/92.
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Comrads, Vol. 21, No. 13,  29/12/92.
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Comrads, Vol. 21, No. 18,  2/2/93.
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541.
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543.
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544.
CPI(ML) Liberation – Firm Defender of the Revolutionary Legacy of the Indian Communists.
545.
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Liberation Central Organ of CPI(ML) – All India Progressive Women’s Association in Born!, No. 9, March 1994.
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Liberation Central Organ of CPI(ML) Remembering Mao, Vol. 8, February 1994.
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Liberation Central Organ of CPI(ML) Remembering Mao, Vol. 7, January 1994.
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Liberation Central Organ of CPI(ML) Remembering Mao, Vol. 6, December 1993.
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Communist Movement in India – Historical Perspective and Important Documents, Vol. I, 1917-39, A CPI(ML) Liberation Presentation.
551.
Liberation – The principal Contradiction and the Principal Aspect of a Contradiction – Mao Tse-Tung.
552.
Massline – A Newspaper of Indian Revolutionary Movement, Vol. 1, No. 10, July, 1975.
553.
Mao’s Contributions A Beacon for World Proletariat – Red Flat Publication, 1993.
554.
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Sangram, Vol. 4, No. 9, Nov. 1993.
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558.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students’ Voice, June-July, 1992.
559.
Gett/Dankal Anti-People March against Anti Peoples Expansion Programme, Kottayam, 10.12.1993.
560.
Save the Lives of Bhoomaiah and Gowd New Age, Vol. XXIII, NO. 21, May 25, 1975.
561.
The Silent Sufferers – A Leter to PCJ from Members of Youth Welfare Society, Delhi 6, 1975.
562.
Ruled by Gans – Sunday Mazaine, Dec. 10, 1975, Naxaites may Filter back into the Countryside … Orissa, Their Justice is Instant Bihar, 1975.
563.
The Great Debate – Selected Writings on Problems of Marxism Leninism Today.
564.
Kizhaku Germaniyil Chila Divasangal – H.R. Aiyer, Krishna Raja Publication, 1967.
565.
People’s Path (Souvenir) – Monthly Organ of the Desh Bhagat Yadgar Committee, People’s Path,  Vol. III, No. 9, Sept. 1967.
566.
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567.
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568.
Naxabalbarir Koshtipathorae Marxwadi Kara – Sadhan Sarkar, 1969. (Bengali).
569.
Audhre Pradeklo Naxalite Karyakoteple (A.P.), Jalgam Vengale Red State Home Ministry, Hyderabad, 1969.
570.
First Information Report in the Court of Judicial Second Class Magistrate, Narasaraopet, 1969-70.
571.
Party Splitting Activities and Capitulationist Policies of T. Nagireddy and Devulapalli Venkateswara Rao.
-          Unanimously accepted at the Party held in May, 1970.
-          Revolution and Revolutionary Technic as applied to Indian Conditions by Sri M.T. Khan, 1970.
572.
Communist party and Naxalities – Pratap Mitra and Mohit Sen, CP Publication, 1970-71.
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575.
Rendu Pandhalamadhya Poratam (Fight between two paths), CPI-(ML), AP State Committee, 1972. (Telegu).
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Ma Maulika Pandha-Aikyasta Samasya (Our way of Facing0Unity Problem) A.P. State Committee, 1972. (Telegu).
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Protest Against the Left Opportunism – Com. Susithal Roy Choudhury, CPI-ML, 1972. (Telegu).
578.
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-          Andhra Pradesh Revolutionary Communist Party First Conference 24-27 Oct. 1973.
-          Manifesto of the Progressive Democratic Student Union of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.
-          False Charges and Baseless attacks of CPI(ML) on Indian Communist Revolutionaries.
-          Some Problems of Peoples War.
-          On the Differences with the all India Coordination Committee of the Communist Revolutionaries.
-          Open Letter to Party Members.
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588.A.
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Janasakti (The Theoretical Monthly Magazine), Vol. 5, No.1, May, 1974, A.P. Revolutionary Communist Party. (Telegu).
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Prajayuddham, Theoretical Monthly Magazine, No. 6, June, 1974, Forest Region Committee, A.P., Revolutionary Communist Party. (Telegu).
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607.
Mass Line, A Newspaper of Indian Revolutionary Movement, Vol. I, No. 8, Nay, 1975.
608.
Bitter Lessons of Naxalite Ehamination by N. Madhavan Kutty, Patriot, 7th August, 1975.
609.
Naxalite-Police Clash: 7 Dead;
-          when Chou Rapped CPI(ML) delegate.
-           Eastern Zone C.M.s to pool resources.
-          Naxalite Activity Contained in A.P. says Vengala Rao.
-          Undertrials escape from police van.
-          36 Extremist Prisoners on Hunger-strike.
-          United Front call by CPI(ML). (Paper Cutting).
610.
China Disapproves CPI(ML) Strategy:
-          Six Naxalite die in Clashes with Police.
-          Naxalite blast their way to escape police net. et. etc.
611.
Julius Phyujik (Raktakshara LU) Chalasani Prasada Rao, Vijayawada, Visalaudva Publishing House, 1977.
612.
Jallianwala Bagh Repeated in Kanpur, Dec. 6, 1977.
613.
Punjab Agricultural Workers Meeting, October 1977.
614.
Resolution Agricultural Workers Meeting, Oct. 1977.
615.
Persons Killed in the Naxalite Movement in the Punjab, 1971-1977.
616.
Demand for Judicial Enquiry Into the Alleged Naxalite Murders, The Arrested Voice, Vol. I, No. 12, Oct. 1977.
617.
Problems of National Liberation, Vol. IV, No. 2, December, 1981.
618.
Eight Documents (1966-67) Charu Mazumdar, Mass Line Publications, 1982.
619.
Rakasi Kora, Bengali Mulam, Telugu State: Surampudi Sitaram, Hyderabad, 1982. (Telegu).
620.
Svayam Sampoorana Grameena Vyavastha: Maarx, Vijayawada, Pragati Sshiti, 1983. (Telegu).
621.
All India League for Revolutionary Culture, Manifesto & Constitution.
622.
Alochinchandi by Dr. Mitra, Hyderabad, 1983.
623.
Vedallo & Emunnadi? (What is there in Vedas) Lpdavatogamto Kutumba Rao, Hyderabad, 1983. (Telegu).
624.
Simhavalokanam (Story of Indian Revolutionary Freedom Movement), Part-II – Translation by Alari Bhujanga Rao, Feb. 1982. (Telegu).
625.
Simhavalokanam, 23.3.1983. (Telegu).
626.
Proletarian Viewpoint (Organ of the PCC of the Proletariat Party) First Party-Congress Special Number, No. 21, January-March 1983.
627.
Vangward, Vol. I, No. 1, 1.3.1983, December 1983.
628.
Samasekharan, International Problem, 1984. (Malayalam).
629.
Declaration of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement, Mass Line Publication, 1984.
630.
Matavartatatvam Sameeksha by KVR, Virasam Prachurana, 1985. (Telegu).
631.
Condemn – Resist Defeat – The False Propaganda of Govt. and its Police, Facts-Fiction, Radical Student Union, 1985.
632.
Andhra Pradesh Mukhya Mantri N.T. Namarao, Bahirangalekha (An Open Letter to the CM of APNT Rama Rao) by K.G. Kannabiran, A.P. CLC, 1985. (Telegu).
633.
Karimnagar Raitange Amara Veerulaku Ma Errercani (Red State to the Martyrs of Karimnagar Present Leaders). CPI(ML), People’s War, 1985. (Telegu).
634.
Agra Rajyala Adipatya Poti Maro Prapancha Yuddha Pramadam (Super Power Nations competing for Monopoly danger of another world war), 1985. (Telegu).
635.
Kalam Vachana Kavyam – Ralyana Rao, Virasan, 1986. (Telegu).
636.
The Godavari Valley Heroic Resistance Struggle 13 Years (1968-81) Review, 1986. (Telegu).
637.
Under the Banner of Marxism-Leninism – Let us Defend and Critically Evaluate the Experiences of the Communist Movement in India, 1986.
638.
Godavari Pravahinchu Kavitalu (Flow Godavari Poetry) Tripuranevi Srinivas, Revolutionary Writers Association, 1986. (Telegu).
639.
Samudram: Varavara Rao, 1986. (Telegu).
640.
Selected Writings of Com. Chandra Pulla Reddy, Central Committee CPI(ML), 1987.
641.
Documents of the CPI(ML) adopted by the Fourth All India Party Congress 1-5 January, 1988.
642.
Patawjali Bhashyam by K.S.Y. patanjali, Hyderabad, 1988. (Telegu).
643.
Adrusya Mrctyersokti Auu Vidyut Rahasyalu by Prejloku Nivedike, Revolutionary Writers Krishna Distt Unit, 1988. (Telegu).
644.
Oppose Installation of Nuclear Power Plant near Nagarjunasagar, Sept. 1988. (Telegu).
645.
Eeswari Kosam: Sahitya Maitri, Vijayawada, Eeswari Mitrulu, 1989. (Telegu).
646.
Oka Dasabdi Gadickaka (After one Decade) by Ramesh Racanalu, Vijayawada, 1989. (Telegu).
647.
Samrajya Vadamu – Bharata Samrajyam and Samadtu Lu, Jatule Peratalu, Telugu Mahasabha, 1989. (Telegu).
648.
Science Vyasalu (Science Essays) Kodavatiganti Kutumba Rao, Viplava Rachayita La Sangam, 1989. (Telegu).
649.
Saha Charulu – Varavara Rao, Hyderabad Perspective,1989. (Telegu).
650.
Eight Anti-Revisionist Historical Documents – 1966-67 by Charu Mazumdar, Koota Golla, 1990. (Telegu).
651.
Virudu Maraniste Velakoladi Prabhavinturu: Com. Sudarsan, Devayyala Smrutilo, Palamooru: Virasam, 1990.
652.
Signareni Batukulu (Kathalu) – Lines of Singarani Stories, Cottagoodem Book Trust, 1990. (Telegu).
653.
Vyrudhyalu-Mao, Kranti Prachuranalu, 1990. (Telegu).
654.
Complete Literature of Sri Sri 1, Virasam Prachurana, 1990. (Telegu).
655.
Praja Poratalaku Maddatu Navvanivaru Peedita Prajakaku Mitrulu Kajalaru, Published by CPI(ML), People’s War, May, 1990. (Telegu).
656.
Srujana: Sampadaktarzu (1966-85) by Varavara Rao, Hyderabad, 1990. (Telegu).
657.
Nissabdam Cheeda Kavaddu, Virasam, 1990. (Telegu).
658.
Samskrutikodyamba Nirmana Samasyalu (Origanizational Problems of Cultural Movement) GADDAR, Hyderabad Srujana Prachuranalu, 1990. (Telegu).
659.
Aksharam Sardaka Mautundi (Revolutionary Poetic Collection) by Uday Bhaskar, Hyderabad, 1990. (Telegu).
660.
Jan Natya Mandali Patalu (Songs of Jana Watya Mandal), Kranti Prachuranolu, 1990. (Telegu).
661.
Aru Vyasalu (Six Essays) Mao-Tse-Tung, Hyderabad, Kranti Prachuranalu, 1990. (Telegu).
662.
Manasalandra Salandra Samsmarana, Virasam, 1990. (Telegu).
663.
Madiga Malliah Inherits the Earth – The Times of India, Dec. 1990.
664.
Communist movement in India – Historical Perspective and Important Documents, Vol. I, (1917-39) by Partha Ghosh, A CPI(ML) Liberation Presentation, 1991.
665.
Sri Sri Sahitya Sarvasvam – 16 – Vyulu Revyulu (Views and Review), Virsam Prachurava, 1992. (Telegu).
666.
Political Organizational Report adopted at the 5th All India Party Congress, Calcutta, 20-26, Dec. 1992. CPI(ML).
667.
Firm Defender of the Revolutionary Legacy of the Indian Communists, CPI(ML) Liberation, 1992.
668.
Basic Documents of the Communist Party of India (ML) – Ideological Resolutions General Programme, Party Constitution Agrarian Programme, 5th All India Party Congress, Calcutta, 20-26, Dec. 1992.
669.
Path to Socialism, Vol. I, No. 2, July-Sept. 1993. (Malayalam).
670.
Organisation Report on Union’s Wrokings CPI(ML) July, 1993. (Malayalam).
671.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students Voice, March-April, 1993.
672.
The Great Debate – The Polemic on the General Line of the International Communist Movement, Mass Line, 1995.
673.
On Imperialism and Proletarian Revolution by M.M. Somasekharan, Red Flag Publications, 1994.
674.
Imperialist Gatt/WTO – Neo Colonial Plunder at its Zenith by P.J. James, Red Flag Publications, 1994.
675.
People’s War – Organ of the Central Organising Committee CPI(ML), May-August, 1994.
676.
People’s War – Organ of the Central Organising Committee CPI(ML), January-April, 1994.
677.
Kalam – July-August, 1994.
678.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students’s Voice, Sept. - Dec., 1994.
679.
Students – AISA Manifesto, 1994.
680.
Sangram, Vol. 5, No. 1,2,3 & 7, 1994.
681.
Gatt/Dunkal – Unite against antipeople expansion, CPI-ML, 1993. (Malayalam).
682.
Declaration – Kerala Front Committee, Kottayam, 3.10.1994.
683.
Comrade Madhusudhanraj (Writings of Com. Madhusudhanraj, 1995). (Malayalam).
684.
Andhra Pradesh High Court – Judgement in Com. T. Madhusudhan Raj, 1995.
685.
The Naxalite Movement in India – Prakash Singh, 1985.
686.
Document – Adopted at the All India Organisational Conference, CPI(ML), 1995.
687.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students’ Voice, January-February, 1995.
688.
Party Karyakram Aur Sambidhan, CPI(ML), 19 Nov. 1995.
689.
Rajnitik Karyaniti, Peoples War, CPI(ML) 21 Nov. 1995.
690.
Rajnitik Prastav, People’s War, 22 Nov. 1995.
691.
Peoples Rasistance – Chaos is the Order of the Day, Vol. 2, No. 3, Aug.-Oct. 1995.
692.
Selected Writings of Comrade Chandra Pullareddy, Vol. II, CPI(ML), 1996.
693.
People Resistance Forum, July-Dec. 1996.
694.
What the Communist Stand for Indian Institute of Marx 1st Studies, 1996.
695.
Nationaliti8es on War-Path – A Selection of Vanguard Essays, 96.
696.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students’ Voice, 1996.
697.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students’ Voice, August-Oct., 1996.
698.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Students’ Voice, Nov.-Dec., 1996.
699.
Peoples Resistance, Jan.-Dec., 1996.
700.
Naxalbari, AIRSF, 1996.
701.
Political and Orgaisational Report and Review (1980-1996) – Poltical Resolution of the CPI(ML) passed by the II Special Congress held in the Second Week of April, 1996. (CPI(ML).
702.
Report-cum-Article of IV P.C. Joshi Memorial Lecture by EMS Namboodripad, Prajasakti, 19 Oct. 1996. – Not caste wars but only class-wars are the way for liberation.
703.
Bharitya Kranti Ke Mahanayak – Com. Charu Mazumdar, 1997.
704.
India’s March to Freedom: The Other Dimension, A CPI(ML) Publication, 1997.
705.
Policy Resolutions of the CPI-ML, Policy Resolution on Tactics Policy, Resolutions on Nationality Question, Policy Resolutions on Agrarian Question adopted at the Sixth Party Congress, 1997.
706.
Basic Documents of the CPI(ML) – The General Programme the Party Constitution CPI(ML), 1997.
707.
Political Organisational Report adopted at the Sixth Party Congress 20-25 October, 1997.
708.
Selected Writings of Com. Chandra Pulla Reddy, Vol. III, CPI(ML) Central Committee, 1997.
709.
Nai Peedi ka Nayak, Patna: Samkaleen Prakashan, 1997.
710.
Programme for Agrarian Revolution – Out Methods, A.P. Revolutionary Communist Committee, 1997. (Telegu).
711.
CPI (Revolutionaries) – Draft Path of Indian Revolution, A.P. Communist Party Committee.
712.
Condemene the Govt.’s Fascist Attitude … Support the Armed Tribal Peasant Movement in the Godavari Valley.
713.
The Proletarian Line (Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, No. 10, Oct.-Nov. 1980, Ed. S.V. Subbarayudu, Hyderabad.
713.A.
The Proletarian Line (Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, No. 11, March, 1981.
714.
The Proletarian Line (Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, No. 12, May, 1981.
714.A.
The Proletarian Line (Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, No. 13, June-July, 1981.
715.
The Proletarian Line (Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, No. 14, August, 1981.
716.
The Proletarian Line (Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, No. 15, August, 1981.
717.
The Proletarian Line (Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, No. 9, September, 1980.
718.
Liberation – I will unmask Myself, History of the Communist Party of India, Vol. I, No. 4, Feb., 1068.
719.
Comintern Documents, Vol. I (1919-1923), Mass Line, 1996.
720.
The Great Debate )The Polemic on the General Line of the International Communist Movement), Mass Line, Nov. 1994.
721.
How to learn? How to Lead? Translated by P. Gouriidasan Nair, Mao-Se-Tune, Kollam, June 1943.
722.
Mind the Living Conditions of the Masses and Attend to the Methods of Work – Mao Se Tung, Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1953.
723.
Kalam – The Revolutionary Student’s Voice, Jan.-Feb., 1998, ed. Jayaramachandran, AIRSF.
724.
Vanguard Organ of the Central Committee CPI(ML) People’s War, Red Salutes of Com. Charu Majumdar, June-October 1997.
725.
Voice of the Venguard Organ. Of the Central Committee CPI(ML), World Wide Capitalist Crisis and the New Mass Upsurge, Jan.-Feb. 1998.
726.
Red Star (Platform for Communist Revolutionaries), Vol. 6, No. 5, May 1997.
727.
The Proletarian Line (Monthly Organ of the Communist Revolutionaries of India, November, 1979. – Long Live the October and November Revolutions.
728.
People’s Voice – In Defence of Marxism-Leninism and Proletarian Internationalism, Vol. I, No. 8, Sept.-Oct., 1979.
729.
People’s Voice, Vol. I, No. 6, June 1979.
730.
People’s Voice, Vol. I, NO. 4, April, 1979.
731.
CPI(ML) The IMF Memorandum, CPI(M).
732.
CPI(ML), Observe 30th Anniversary of Naxalbari with the Pledge to keep the Red Flag High, (Join 23 May Rally at Calcutta Maidan), 1997.
733.
CPI(ML), The Naxalite Movement – Biplab Dasgupta, Calcutta, 1975.
734.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Platform for Communist Revolutionaries, Vol. 6, NO. 9, Sept. 1997.
735.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 6, No. 10, October, 1997 – Article paying homage to Com. Souren Bose, Child labour in India, Red Star, 1997.
736.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 1997, New Year Challenges.
737.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 6, No. 2, February, 1997, Towards understanding Indian Society – Clinton in Australia.
738.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 6, No. 4, April, 1997, The Bubble Budget; New Challenges in the Working Classified.
739.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 6, No. 11, November, 1997.
- Currency Crises in South-East Asia
Learn from October Revolution.
740.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 5, No. 9, 1996.
741.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 5, No. 10, October, 1999.
742.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 5, No. 12, Dec., 1996.
- Resist the Moves to Hike Petroleum Prices Again.
743.
CPI(ML), Red Star (Platform for Communist Revolutionaries), Vol. 5, No. 2, February, 1993.
744.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 2, No. 4, April, 1993.
745.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 2, No. 5, May, 1993. – Lessons of the Russian Development.
746.
CPI(ML), Red Star, Vol. 2, No. 6, June, 1993. – Spread the politics of Revolutionary Alternative.
747.
CPI(ML), Liberation, Vol. 1, No. 2, September, 1993.  commemorating Mao ed. Vinod Mishra.
748.
CPI(ML), Liberation, Land nationalism, Narmada Bachao Andolan, 1993.
749.
CPI(ML), Liberation, Fighting Saffron Fascism, April, 1993.
750.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – AISA Storms SFI Citadel Whither Indian Muslims?, Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1993.
751.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Victoria, Jute Workers’ Struggle?, Vol. 1, No. 6, December 1993.
752.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Medieval Legacy Belies Communalism, Vol. 2, No. 7, January 1994.
753.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – You Shall remain our Chairman for ever – Remembering Mao…, Vol. 2, No. 8, February 1994.
754.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – The State of Bihar, Vol. 1, No. 12, July 1994.
755.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Join CPI(ML) and Strengthen the Cause of Indian Revolution! 25th Anniversary of CPI(ML), Vol. 2, No. 9-10, April 1994.
756.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Red Star over Himalayas, Vol. 2, No. 6, January, 1995.
757.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Rolling the Red Carpet to Multinationals, Vol. 2, No. 6, February, 1995.
758.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – CPI(ML) poised for a Big Leap, Vol. 2, No. 7, March, 1995.
759.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Bihar Elections, CPI(ML) Statement against all Tides, Vol. 2, No. 8-9, April, 1994.
760.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Nripen’s Crusade Against Basu’s Misdeeds in West Bengal, Vol. 2, No. 10, June, 1995.
761.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – AICCTU Third All India Conference, November, 1995.
762.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Principal Contradiction – Is India Really Independent? By Sushital Ray Chaudhury, Calcutta, No. 11, September 1968.
763.
Naxalite CPI(ML) – Paper Cutting (Indian Communalism, Pioneer, The Hindu, The Statesman, 12 March, 1996 to 28 December 1996).
764.
Naxalite CPI(ML) – Paper Cutting (Indian Communalism, The Telegraph, The Hindu, The Statesman, Hindustan Times etc., 3 January, 1997 to 18 July 1997).
765.
Naxalite CPI(ML) – Paper Cutting, The Telegraph, The Hindu, Hindustan Times etc., 2 July, 1997 to 30 December, 1997).
766.
CPI(ML) (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Liberation, All India Progressive Women’s Association, No.9, March, 1994.
767.
CPI(ML) (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Liberation, All India Progressive Women’s Association, Vol. 1, No.11, June, 1994.
768.
CPI(ML) (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Liberation, All India Progressive Women’s Association, Vol. 3, No.2, September, 1994.
769.
CPI(ML) (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Liberation, All India Progressive Women’s Association, Vol. 2, No.3, November, 1994.
770.
CPI(ML) (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Liberation, All India Progressive Women’s Association, Vol. 2, No.4, December, 1994.
771.
CPI(ML) (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Liberation, All India Progressive Women’s Association, Vol. 2, No.4, December, 1994.
772.
CPI(ML) (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – Liberation, The Student, Organ of the All India Students’ Federation, AISF, August, 1941.
773.
CPI(ML) (Central Organ of CPI(ML) – A Report to the People – Revolutionary Writers, Krishna District Unit, 1988. (Telegu).
774.
CPI(ML) Janajudh – CPI(ML) Ki Bihar Pradinithi Committee Ka Mukhya Patra, Vol. 1, No. 1, Jan.-February, 1975.
775.
CPI (ML) Marxism-Leninism: International Teaching for Communists in All Countries, Soviet Land Booklets, 1964.
776.
CPI(ML) Political Affairs – A Magazine Devoted to the Theory and Practice of Marxism-Leninism, Vol. XXVII, No. 5, May 1948.
777.
CPI(ML) – It’s Naxal Raj in Bihar (The MCC and the CPI(ML) Liberation Kill at will as the Govt. and Police Watch Passively, The Week, Vol. 15, No. 5 and 41, September 28, 1997.
778.
CPI(ML) Red Star (Platform for Communist Revolutionaries), Vol. 6, No. 5, May 1997.
779.
CPI(ML) Collected Work of Charu Majumdar (1962-72), Samakaaleen Prakashan, 1975.
780.
CPI(ML) Communism – Combat (Hate Hunt, Harmony Works) ISI the Demon We Feed, Sabrang Communication & Pub. Ltd.
781.
CPI(ML) – Declaration of the Revolutionary Internationalist movement, CPI(ML), Mashal, RCP, India, 1984.
782.
CPI(ML) – Political Reflections on Com. Gauriamma Problem, CPI(ML), Red Flag, Kerala State Committee, Trissur, 1984.
783.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML), 28th Year of Publication, New Series, Vol. 2, No. 11, July, 1995.
784.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML), The Supreme Architect of Party’s Historic Recovery and Resurgence by Vinod Mishra,1999.
785.
CPI(ML) – Liberation (Central Organ of CPI(ML), An Appeal to the People (Fight for the Restoration of Civil Liberties in Andhra, Central Committee CPI(ML), 1988.
786.
Proletarian View Point (Organ of the PCC of the Proletarian Party) NO. 25, Jan.-March 1984.
787.
CPI(ML) – A Revolutionary Viewpoint, No. 20, (Quarterly), Oct.-Dec. 1982.
788.
Criticism on CPI(ML) – Mao Thoughts, CPIML, No. 26, 1991.
789.
CPI(ML) – India should Stop Interfering Sreelanka Problem, 12th August, 1983, Manorama Daily Reprot, 1983. (Malayalam).
790.
CPI(ML) – Problems of Imperialism and Proletarian Revolution by the Proletari Group in India (A Revolutionary Viewpoint).
791.
CPI(ML) – Mass Line A Newspaper of Indian Revolutionary Movement, Vol. 1, No. 11, July, 1975.
792.
CPI(ML) – Mass Line A Newspaper of Indian Revolutionary Movement, Vol. 1, No. 9, June, 1975.
793.
CPI(ML) – Liberation,  Make 1970’s The Decade of Liberation by Sushital Ray Chaudhury, Vol. 3, February, 1975.
794.
CPI(ML) Two Years of Armed Struggles and our Experience, Revolutionary Communist Committee of A.P., 1971.
795.
CPI(ML) – Liberation, Vol. 1, No. 10, August 1968, ed. by Sushital Ray Chaudhury.
796.
Problems of National Liberation, Vol. I, No. 2, 1975.
797.
Naxalite (Paper Cuttings from the Hindu, TOI, HT, Telegraph etc., January-June 1999).
798.
Naxalite (Paper Cuttings) Hindu, Telegraph, HT, TOI, etc., July-December 1999.
799.
CPI(ML) – The Red Flag (on Building up the International Marxist-Leninist Movement) (Resolutions adopted by the sixth International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organisations, 1998.
800.
CPI(ML) – Red Flag – Once again on the question of ideological political line; - on building up a Democratic Women’s Organisation, Theoretical Journal of the Central Reorganisation Committee, Red Flag, July-September, 1988.
801.
Kalam – Women Special Issue, 1987.
802.
CPI(ML) – Kalam, Vidhyardhi Pragati Sangatt, Jan.-Feb. 1988.
803.
CPI(ML) – Red Flag – On Revolutionary Left Initiative; - On the Question of Principal Contradiction, - Imperialism and NGOs in Latin America, CPI(ML), Red Flag, April - June, 1988.
804.
CPI(ML) – We want bread, Peace and Democracy not bombs and wars, A Red Flag, 1988.
805.
CPI(ML) – Marxism-Leninism vs. Revisionism – William Z. Foster, Jaques Duclos Eugene Dennis etc., 1946.
806.
CPI(ML) Khrushchevi Sidhanth Banam Marxvad-Leninvad Sansadeeya Kranti, Bihaar State Sangattanik Committee, CPI(ML), 1989.
807.
CPI(ML) Samajvad Sakthiyom Kaa Ek Aalochanatmak Adhyayan.
808.
CPI(ML) Draft Programme (Communist Party of India Revolutionaries), Andhra Pradesh Communist Committee, Revolutionaries, 1972.
809.
CPI(ML) Some Problems Concerning the Path of People’s War in India, Andhra Pradesh Revolutionary Communist Committee, 1970.
810.
CPI(ML) – Telangana Armed Struggle and the Path of Indian Revolution by D.V. Rao, Calcutta, 1974.
811.
CPI(ML) – On Interntional developments and Tasks of Marxist-Leninist Forces – adopted by the Fourth All India Conference CPI(ML) Red Flag, 1997.
812.
CPI(ML) – An Act to Terrorise the People of India – Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act, 1985.
813.
CPI(ML) – Khooni Sangarsh ke Long Feris Mein Ranveer Sena Ka Safarnama.
814.
CPI(ML) – Raktaranjit History Ke Aayine Mein Ativampanthion Ka Tathakathit Varg Sangarsh.
815.
CPI(ML) – Loto ka kya Udesaya Hai? 1999.
816.
CPI(ML) – Bhojpuri Mein Ranveer Sena Dewara Mare Kaye Naxalites.
817.
CPI(ML) – Loto Jansanghar Ka Sach, 1999.
818.
CPI(ML) – Amar Veer Sheed Comrade Jenesver Sharma Shatrughan, 1999.
819.
CPI(ML) – Mahan Cheeni Kranti Ki 50th Aniversary Ke Avser Per Vijya Amar Ho, 2000.
820.
CPI(ML) – Bheekh Maangne Ke Pravrti Ko Tiyag Dein, Aatam Nirbharta Ki Aur Dedhein, 2000.
821.
CPI(ML) – Maovad Communist Centre Ke Party Line, Sastra Daste, Krantikari Janta Aur Sache Krantikaryon Ke Pass Central Committee Ka Aahavan, 7.1.2000.
822.
CPI(ML) – 23 March Sheed Devas Ka Tatperya, MCC, 15.1.2000.
823.
CPI(ML) – Communist Party of India (ML) People’s War, Bihar Rajya Committee (Press Report), 1998.
824.
CPI(ML) – Party History Ke Eak Jhalak.
825.
CPI(ML) – Jan-Jawar, Vol. 9, NO. 1, Sept. 99 to Jan. 2000.
826.
CPI(ML) – Lal Chingari, Vol. 18, No. 66, Jan.-March, 2000.
827.
CPI(ML) – Lal Chingari, Vol. 17, No. 64, July-September, 1999.
828.
CPI(ML) – Nersangahar Ki Neyati.
829.
CPI(ML) – Bihar Dekh Tamasha Loctantra Ka – Lal Kiran Prakashan.
830.
CPI(ML) – Lal Pataka, Vol. 27, No. 3, Sept.-Dec. 1997.
831.
CPI(ML) – Students Movement in India (An Analytical Overview), Com. Shiva Sundar, All India Revolutionary Student Organisation, 1999.
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Members of the AISF, SFI and their sympathisers are understandably upset about the arrest of Kanhaiya Kumar.   He has, on record, professed his loyalty to the Constitution of India and to democracy—in writing shown on TV.  

Kanhaiya’s life is in danger if he comes back to JNU on bail.  You have NO idea how vicious Naxals , funded by foreign forces , can be !


The NATION’S ATTENTION on JNU has certainly created a sense of solidarity and camaraderie among groups that have been bitter rivals for a long time now.  

This is gonna be their undoing.


These students with NIL love or the watan have to live in India  and get jobs , right?  

How long will foreign forces fund and support them?  


26 sexual   harassment cases were reported in 2013-2014 from JNU—the highest in the nation. 

Most of the molesters are foul mouthed students who cannot utter a single sentence in English – and call themselves world class intellectuals . 

They all want jobs and instant PROMOOSSSANN on quota .


At least 3000 cases went unreported due to FEAR FACTOR.


Commie professors molesting students for higher grades is commonplace in JNU.

December 2015, an assistant professor was alleged to have harassed a Bangladeshi JNU scholar sexually.   

This is just the TIP of the iceberg.   Female students live in fear.


For every 15 students in JNU there is one teacher , why?


When , for the rest of India , for every 31 students there is one teacher !




IIT campuses are now run over by foreign funded NGOs , bribing EVR PERIYAR- BR AMBEDKAR STUDENTS UNIONS  to do rabble rousing.



HOW MUCH LOVE FOR THE WATAN  ,  BR AMBEDKAR / EVR PERIYAR HAD ,  CAN BE GUAGED FROM THE POSTS BELOW.




The incident at JNU is not in isolation. In Chandigarh, AAP activists of KHUJLIWAAL  were busy celebrating the birth anniversary of Khalistani Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale who was responsible for the execution of hundreds of patriotic Hindus and Sikhs. 

He had met his end in Operation Bluestar that was ordered by former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

JEW Rothshild made sure that the COMMIES were on his side during the QUIT INDIA MOVEMENT of 1942.  

Before WW2 the commies were opposed the national movement for independence, claiming that true independence should be when power is snatched from capitalism-  or the BOURGUOIS ( sic ).

THE WATAN NEVER FIGURED  IN INDIAN COMMIE IDEOLOGY.


Let truth be told-

The Indian commies supported JEW Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s demand for partition of the country. 
It refused to recognise the emergence of India as an independent country in 1947 and actively launched an underground violence against the new Indian state.

The Telugu commies supported JEW Nizam and the Razakars.

As soon as OPERATION POLO was completed the opportunistic commies turned coats and started killing all the Razakars.   

Let the immoral JEW Rothschild controlled Commies NOT fudge true history.




Politically the Communist Party of India (Marxist) was a great supporter of Islamic extremism, both in West Bengal and in Kerala

The communists now want to align with Islamic extremism, to gain critical wider support from the public to gain power in both the States.  

Do NARCO TRUTH SERUM tests on Bangladesi illegal immigrants and you will know the MODUS OPERANDI.

The Leftist activists at JNU were not only seeking to make a martyr out of Afzal Guru, but were ready to support Pakistan’s stand on Kashmir. 

The whole of India has heard the JNU commie statement “The student faction organised a ‘cultural evening to protest the judicial killing of Afzal Guru and Muqbool Bhatt’ and to show solidarity with the Kashmiri people for their democratic right to self-determination”.


THE LAST NAIL ON THE COMMIE COFFIN IS NOW DRIVEN- SELF INFLICTED !



Lawyer Salman Khurshid appeared for SIMI in the Supreme Court.  Slimy Mani goes begging to Pakistan to “remove” PM Modi.  The link-up between Pakistani elements with Congress is complete.

JNU COMMIES ORGANISE BEEF PARTIES , NEVER PORK PARTIES TO PROVE THEIR SIKULAR CREDENTIALS.


ONLY HINDUS GODS ARE ABUSED.  NEVER ANY OTHER RELIGION.

BIG MISTAKE !



Hi Ajit,
What iis this ?
https://twitter.com/raajcar/status/704223291293077504
Sushanta Das




  1. hi skd,

    THIS MAN HAS CRUSHED THE MORALE OF THE ARMED FORCED.

    BUT THEN IS THIS NOT THE AGENDA OF BJP TOO ?

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


  1. Hi Ajit,

    I don't know about this Agenda ;but that reflects the JP movement before Emergency.
    But I am sorry to say actually that person degrade the Morale of Armed Forces.

    With best wishes,

    Sushanta Das
    Delete
  2. hi skd,

    I HAD SOME OF MY SUPER RICH RELATIVES AND FRIENDS IN THE ARMED FORCES.

    THIS MAN HAS CRUSHED THE MORAL OF THE ARMED FORCES.

    PARRIKKAR AND MODI WILL DO NOTHING-- AS USUAL.

    MODI IS TOO BUSY BEGGING FROM WHITE JEWS FOR MONEY.

    VIKAAAAS MAANGTHA HAI NA ?

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


Thanks ... sir ... the service u r giving to the nation is priceless.. i put ur comment on sir bs bassi twitter account.. but as he retired today.. whether these jnu bastards will be in safe hand or not.. is yet a puzzlee..

I fail to understand sir ..that the matter on which u r concerned about and know every nook and corner... is pm modi jetly or home minister not knowing all this.. or just playing a double game ..it seems for thesr powerful people son is sweet and the husband is also sweet ...

Sir indians know what to do to these jnu bastards ... but they r powerless like u n me... sir i swear if i come to know that tomorrow will be my last day... i will atleast kill one deshdrohi... though i i m strict vegetarian and peace loving...
When i go through ur blog my sentiments abd emotions go strong.. sir keep this august servoce on going for the sake of country.. i m not flattering u as i m not brainwashed by ur blog i find reasons and truth in ur knowledge .. alas i could have
Power..




  1. hi b,

    MARK MY WORDS.

    MOST COLLEGIUM JUDGES ARE CONTROLLED BY FOREIGN FORCES

    BOTH KANHAIYA KUMAR AND UMAR KHALID WILL GET BAIL

    JUDICIARY WILL NEVER LOOK AT ARTICLE 19/1 AND 19/2

    THEY HAVE NO IDEA OF B-O-D-M-A-S .

    THEY WILL APPLY THE WRONG RULE OF 124 , AND ALSO SOME OLD JUDGE RULING ( WHICH DOES NOT HOLD WATER ) THAT ONLY ARMED VIOLENCE TO BRING DOWN THE "ELECTED GOVT " IS SEDITION.

    SEDITION CAN NEVER BE TO A MORTAL ON THE THRONE

    SEDITION ALWAYS APPLIES TO THE WATAN OR BHARATMATA

    EVEN BEFORE 1947, JEW ROTHSCHILD HAD HIS OWN "COLLEGIUM " JUDGES IN HIS PAYROLL. of course he owned the entire BENAMI media.

    IS 2016 ANY DIFFERENT?

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..



constant fear of China happens only in India, people of China are free from any such propaganda/information from their media
Its like pathetic state of Pakistan where their media feeds constant fear of India in Pakistani minds
people of India may see India as a threat but people of China don't reflect the same attitude towards India in general




  1. hi e,

    24 HOURS BEFORE THE CHINESE PRESIDENT CAME TO SEE PM MODI,

    I TOLD MY WIFE

    THE BENAMI MEDIA WILL "CREATE" FALSE NEWS ABOUT CHINESE INVADING INDIA . .

    I EVEN TOLD HER THE VIDEO CLIPS THEY WILL USE- DESCRIBING IT IN GREAT DETAIL.

    WHEN I WAS SLEEPING MY WIFE WOKE ME UP

    SHE SCREAMED -- WHAT YOU SAID YESTEDAY HAS COME TRUE.

    THE BENAMI TV IS SHOWING THE SAME VIDEO CLIPS YOU DESCRIBED .

    THEY ARE FLASHING "BREAKING NEWS " OF CHINESE INVASION.

    I TOLD MY WIFE - THIS IS WHAT OUR DESH DROHI MEDIA IS ALL ABOUT.

    TODAY ARNAB GOSWAMI IS PRETENDING TO BE A GREAT PATRIOT.

    ONLY ZEE NEWS GIVES THE TRUE NEWS- REST ALL LIE FOR BILDERBERG CLUB AND KOSHER BIG BROTHER.

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


http://www.ndtv.com/cheat-sheet/jnu-student-kanhaiya-kumars-request-for-bail-in-court-today-10-developments-1282293

OH YES--

ALL ARE FOOLS IN INDIA -

EXCEPT

THE "COLLEGIUM JUDGES"

WHO WERE GREAT SUCCESSFUL LAWYERS BEFORE --RICHER THAN RAM JETHMALANI .

THESE LAWYERS BECAME JUDGES TO SERVE THE WATAN.

WHILE IN SCHOOL THESE LAWYERS TURNED JUDGES ALWAYS CAME FIRST IN CLASS. THEY WERE THE CREAM OF INTELLIGENTSIA !

WAH RAAJAH WAH !

THEY WANT TO APPLY 124, WHEN THEY SHOULD BE APPLYING THE SEDITION CLAUSE 19-1 / 19-2

NOAM CHOMSKY KHUSH HUA !

capt ajit vadakayil
..


During cultural  nights the good girls go away and stay outside the JNU/ JU campus fearing sexual assault.

TO MUCH OF THIS MERI WAALI , TEERI WAALI ,  RUSTIC BOLLYWOOD ROMEO THING GOES ON.

http://www.jnu.ac.in/AboutJNU/GSCASH.asp

GOING TO THE ANTI SEXUAL HARRASSMENT CELL OF JNU / JU IS NO USE

GOING TO THE POLICE STATION MEANS THE GIRLS ”LIFE” IS OVER

http://kafila.org/2014/09/12/jadavpur-university-students-struggle-against-gender-violence/

 At JU, a female student reported to the university and police that she was assaulted, dragged to the boy’s hostel and molested by a group of male students during an annual festival organised by the Arts Faculty Students Union. Her male companion was also beaten up (on 28 August 2014). At EFLU, a female student was reportedly gang-raped in the Men’s Hostel after going there to visit a friend (on 31 October 2014). And at JNU, a PhD student reported that she was sexually assaulted by a research scholar and blackmailed to hide the incident (12 November 2014)

This is just the tip of the iceberg , hundreds of cases go unreported.

THE CULTURAL FESTS OF JNU HAVE TO BE SEEN TO BE BELIEVED. BOYS DRESS UP AS GIRLS ARE DANCE IN A MOST VULGAR MANNER TO SONGS LIKE “CHOLI KE PEECHE KYA HAI “.  

Below: Can you imagine this VULGAR dance in your college?  Will the teachers allow this ?  

In JNU the professors want only this ! 

If they abuse the watan , or ridicule the soldiers the dance troupe will get the first prize !!

HARD CORE COMMIE GIRL STUDENTS WHO HAVE MULTIPLE SEXUAL PARTNERS AND CONDOMS INSIDE THEIR PURSES STAND AND CLAP.


ANY GIRL DARING TO DO A CLASSICAL INDIAN DANCE IS BOOED TILL SHE GETS OFF STAGE , AND COMMIE GIRL STUDENTS / FEMALE COMMIE PROFESSORS  TAKE THE LEAD.

Below : PRICK TWAT songs of Honey Singh in JNU,   the women Commie Professors clap maximum !


The way i have loved you
It is imposible
I cant sleep in night
I cant cry ohh
Your much much nonu sonu monu words
I remember it
How much i try to forget you
But these makes you remembered
I want you or i wont
Say oh girl what to do
My life my lifeline my soul is you
But why dont u say i love you
You know its you just me and you
Then why are you doing like this
Okk its over don't bother
Dont cry alone
I cannot forget you so much i lobmve u Alfaazz cant forget you
I am bored here in Chandigarh without you O my heart o my heart


TRY SINGING A PATRIOTIC SONG ,   THE ENTIRE AUDIENCE INCLUDING TEACHERS WILL BOOO YOU OFF THE STAGE.



The commie professors discourage the GANG molested/ GANG raped  student from complaining.   

Instead,  Commie female professors / representatives of the university usually pay the girl an unauthorised visit, and questioned her presence near a boy’s hostel on the night of the incident, asking her what she was wearing and whether she was drunk.   

This is the  JNU/ JU  MODUS OPERANDI.

This violates the Vishaka Guidelines against Sexual Harassment at Workplace, which condemns the use of external pressure on the victim or the accused during the investigation period.


We all know why West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee visited the JU campus on 12 January 2015 to announce to the students that the VC would resign.   
The VC of JNU/ JU/ FTII / DU are under blackmail, all know that.


JNUSU President spAke, " We demand the immediate resignation of the Vice Chancellor of JU and the setting up of a GSCASH (Gender Sensitisation Committee Against Sexual Harassment) to probe the sexual harrassment case.

The University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines urged universities to establish GSCASH on campuses to take necessary action to prevent any form of violence within university premises.

LOVE AFFAIR IN DREAMS - UNREQUITED LOVE !  

 EX-STUDENTS HANG AROUND JNU CAMPUSES FOR YEARS ,  STALKING GIRLS OF THEIR WET DREAMS  !   

MIND YOU ,   RUSTIC ADIVASI BEAUTIES AND CRASS ROMEOS WITH ZILCH CLASS !! 

THESE COMMIE GANGSTERS GET ROOMS IN HOSTELS .



Hi Ajit,
Just see what the Commie teacher who groomed Umar Khalid (Sangeeta Dasgupta,The writer is associate professor, Centre for Historical Studies, JNU )- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/jnu-protest-sedition-umar-khalid-anirban-my-student/#sthash.GxrrfSe3.dpuf

Sushanta Das




  1. hi skd,

    THE CREDIBILITY OF INDIAN EXPRESS HAS BEEN FLUSHED DOWN THE TOILET BY SEEMA CHISTI ( EX-BBC ) WIFE OF COMMIE SITARAM YECHURY - THE RESIDENT EDITOR. !

    THE NEWSPAPER IS NOW HISTORY !

    NOBODY CARES WHAT IS WRITTEN IN THIS NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WHO UPROOTED THE INDIRA GANDHI GOVT IN 1976.

    THOSE DAYS THERE WAS NO SOCIAL MEDIA.

    THIS BLOGSITE ALONE CAN TAKE ON 1000 SEEMA CHISTIS .

    https://plus.google.com/+indianexpress

    93 MILLION PATHETIC !

    https://plus.google.com/109255865130996771184/posts

    361 MILLION !

    THIS BLOGGER OPERATES WITH ONE LAP TOP.

    The Indian Express is published at nine locations—Delhi, Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune, Kolkata, Vadodara, Chandigarh, Lucknow and Ahmedabad.

    before independence INDIAN EXPRESS was run by BIG BROTHER !

    TODAY THIS NEWSPAPER IS CONSIDERED THE NO 1 ANTI-WATAN NEWSPAPER IN PRINT MEDIA

    IN ELECTRONIC MEDIA THIS DUBIOUS THINGY GOES TO NDTV-- RUN BY PRANNOY ROY WITH AN IRISH MOTHER. HIS WIFE IS SISTER OF BRINDA KARAT -WIFE OF COMMIE PRAKASH KARAT.
    IN KERALA COMMIES HATES MALAYALI PRAKASH KARAT LIKE THE PLAGUE.

    THE TOP COMMIES -- " THE UNCROWNED KINGS " IN CALICUT ARE KNOWN TO ME.    THEY ALL ATTENDED MY ELDER SONS MARRIAGE AND THE GET TOGETHER , THE PREVIOUS NIGHT.

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


http://photogallery.indiatimes.com/news/events/world-naked-bike-ride/articleshow/51178316.cms

toilet paper of india USED ON BOTH SIDES spreading dirt as usual.

APCO Modi received a shawl form VINEET JAIN the MD of TOI.

i am sure modi will keep it under his pillow--such is the HONOR of narendra modi

WHEN THE PM OF INDIA DOES NOT HAVE A VESTIGE OR HONOUR--WHAT DO YOU EXPECT ?

MIRACLES FOR THE WATAN ?


capt ajit vadakayil
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Due to ANONYMOUS reports of GANG RAPES ( unreported ) in JNU, this COMMIE University was THE first university to be forced to implement GSCASH in compliance with UGC directions.

Mind you, some of these RUSTIC ROMEOS got wives and children back home ( hovels really )  

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kolkata/As-teachers-were-proud-of-JUs-vibrant-intellectual-tradition/articleshow/51047172.cms

WHAT VIBRANT INTELLECTUAL TRADITION IS JU BOASTING ABOUT.

NAXAL IDEOLOGY BY RABBLE ROUSING “ ZILCH CLASS “  STUDENTS IS PASSED OFF A “ INTELLECTUAL TRADITION”

QUOTA STUDENTS FROM RUSTIC HOVELS, FOUL MOUTHED, UNWASHED , WHO OGLE AT GIRLS FROM GOOD FAMILIES , WHO SAY PROMOSSSANNN  INSTEAD OF PROMOTION ?

AT SEA WHILE IN SCI , ( I COMMANDED SCI SHIPS FOR 9 YEARS ) I WAS THE ONLY SHIP CAPTAIN WHO COULD HANDLE THE COMMIE HIGHLY UNIONISED SAILORS .  THEY HAD EVERY OTHER CAPTAINs BALLS IN THE COMMIE UNION VICE.

I REMEMBER , THE SEA WAS ROUGH ON MY FIRST SHIP WITH COMMIE BONG CREW AS A CHIEF OFFICER IN 1980.  I ASKED THE CREW TO DO INTERNAL CLEANING

THE BOSUN CAME TO ME, SMAKED HIS FIRST ON HIS OPEN PALM  AND DECLARED “ AADMI LOG BOTHA HAI, HALWAI MEIN PAYIR PHISSAL JAAYEGA TOH ZIMMEDAARI KAUN LENGA ?”

“ If our tender bong legs slip in ZE alleyways during rolling andpiching , who shall take responsibility ?”

I REPLIED “ HUM ZIMMEDAARI LENGA, KAAM BARRABBAR MANGHTA –CHAL PHOOT ! “


( I shall take responsibility , carry on and do the fuckin’ job !)

The commie Union leaders has Jyoti Basu’s support.   


They have bashed up many Captains , knifed Captains, and even thrown acid on the Shipping Master’s face.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/2-yrs-later-shipping-master-still-in-trauma-acid-thrower-free/articleshow/33849918.cms



The Man Who Knew Infinity Official Trailer #1 (20…: http://youtu.be/oXGm9Vlfx4w




  1. hi n,

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/11/fractal-mind-of-srinivasa-ramanujan.html

    THE WHITE BASTARDs KILLED SRINIVASAN RAMANUJAN AFTER STEALING HIS WORK !

    Capt ajit vadakayil
    ..



http://www.outlookindia.com/newswire/story/many-of-tagores-statements-against-cult-of-nationalism-jnu-professor/932137

PIR ALI MUSLIM RABINDRANATH TAGORE WAS JEW ROTHSCHILD'S STOOGE
. .

JEW ROTHSCHILD OWNED BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY . THIS JEW RULED INDIA, NOT THE QUEEN OR THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT ..

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/12/nobel-prize-and-knighthood-for-tagore.html

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/08/opium-drug-running-tagore-family-capt.html

TAGOREs GRANDAFATHER DWARKNATH TAGORE AND PIR ALI MUSLIM RAJA RAMMOHAN ROY WERE PARTNERS WHO SOLD BHARATMATA TO THE KOSHER WHOREHOUSE.

both were Opium drug running agents of jew rothchild--

-- both were murdered in england for embezzelment !


http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/07/opium-raja-british-stooge-ram-mohan-roy.html

capt ajit vadakayil
..



Capt,

ED & IT depts has unearthed the business empire of Karti Chidu worth 25bn$ spread across 14 nations.




  1. hi ap,

    KARTI CHID HAD OVER REACTED BEFORE !

    AT THAT TIME ALL KNEW SOMETHING IS FISHY

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2012/11/streisand-effect-self-goal-by-karti.html

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

http://www.dailypioneer.com/todays-newspaper/raids-dig-up-empire-of-pcs-son.html


Freedom of speech doesn't mean supporting people who tried to kill Indians enmasse and tried to dismember the watan.    

We know that some of our JUDAS  COLLEGIUM judges will save these anti-national students .   We know who these traitor judges are, as whistle blowers have identified them.  

After retirement, where will they run ?  

Will BIG BROTHERs AGENT Noam Chomsky save them from WE THE PEOPLE?

A lot of these rabble rousing students of JNU have been inside the campus for several years doing FAAALTHU multiple post graduate course , which gives them NO scope for remunerative employment.   

These middle aged people with wives and children stay on inside campus, because they make more money inside campus ( foreign money ) , than they could make outside campus. 

None of the JNU pseudo activist students are willing to work hard and make a living .

A few TRAITOR Commie professors has run down this premium institution – the glass has shattered . 

This institution has to be shut down and rebuilt from scratch. This means every professor must be put out to pasture.  Ask whistle blower students to name some values professors from technical fields. 

The social sciences/ philosophy / and language professors must be sacked. 

Stop taking madrassa students who have never saluted a national flag in their entire lives.


I SHUDDER WHEN PEOPLE COMPARE JNU WITH A WORLD CLASS UNIVERISTIES LIKE CORNELL  OR MIT.

OUR IITs ARE NO BETTER.  

FROM ELDER SON FROM CORNELL ( COMPUTER SCIENCE ) WHO RECRUITS FOR HIS COMPANY,  TELLS ME ABOUT THE PATHETIC THINKING  CAPABILITIES OF THE IIT PRODUCTS . 




The pseudo intellectuals of JNU are called JHOLEWAALAS .  They can be seen wearing dirty smelly kurta , unwashed jeans / pyjama, converse slippers , thick glasses and a cloth satchel.  

You tell them to say the word SHORE they will come up with SORE.



On my ship, I indoctrinate my crew – that pseudo Intellectuals do extreme rabble rousing to solve a problem.  The real intellectual prevents such a  problem from arising. 

Can Naxals or Commies PREVENT a problem ?  

Ever seen it till today ? 

OH YEAH ?



Is it ever possible for a COMMIE to UNlearn something?



http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/07/unlearning-capt-ajit-vadakayil.html



A big portion of JNU students are GOOD FOR NOTHING types who can mainly be seen in the language classes and social science/ political science/ philosophy divisions.  

It is very easy for the Commie professors to brainwash these USEFUL IDIOTS.


The JNU commie professor watches students,  like how a spider watches a fly.  



Their attention is on the RADICAL commie students unions who border on Naxal behavior.




IT IS PATHETIC- 

NONE OF THE INDIAN COMMIES EVER HEARD OF GERMAN JEW ROTHSCHILD WHO INVENTED COMMUNISM  USING HIS BLOOD RELATIVE GERMAN JEW KARL MARX.

WHEN I FIRST STARTED WRITING ABOUT R , ALL WANTED TO KNOW WHO THIS JEW IS.

I EXPLAINED-   

GERMAN JEW ROTHSCHILD , THE OWNER OF BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY RULED INDIA—NOT THE BRITISH QUEEN OR THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT .



THE PEOPLE ON THIS PLANET INCLUDING ISRAELI JEWS , DO NOT KNOW THAT ADOLPH HITLER WAS A JEW , RELATED BY BLOOD TO GERMAN JEW ROTHSCHILD.  

THEY DO NOT KNOW THAT HIS WIFE EVA BRAUN WAS A JEWESS.  

THEY DO NOT KNOW THAT HITLER DIED OF OLD AGE IN ARGENTINA.


How many of you know that attendance of classes in JNU is NOT compulsory, especially in subjects where the commie professors breed Naxals  and secessionists ?  

It is clear to all that being absent from class is not considered an act of indiscipline or an affront to the teacher.

This is despite the requirement of the University Grants Commission (UGC), which regulates university education in the country,  that students must have 75 per cent classroom attendance to appear for examinations.

One Islamic terrorist JNU student who participated in the Batla House encounter had ZERO attendance.

So breeding traitors to the watan in JNU is called being LIBERAL ?

Commie students who bunk classes can be seen in their favourite outdoor hideouts smoking ganja which they grow in the campus.  

Sometimes other commie students or even professors mark attendance for the students who bunk classes.  

Why does the govt need to fund such students ( who have NOT come to study ) from the tax payers money ?

Who has started this system in JNU where there are no attendance requirements and yet a student is expected to earn a fixed number of credits?

Is this NOT how JNU Naxal students go missing for weeks  together , acting as couriers of coded messages ?





I am from the premium Merchant Navy Institution called TS Dufferin ( TS Rajendra after 1972 ) , where ragging is considered to be the worst on this planet.  
TS Dufferin was a British troop carrier in WW1.  After the war was over this ship which could do 22 knots those days was anchored inside Mumbai inner anchorage and converted to a Training ship.

Below: Our Merchant cadet contingent always got the biggest cheers at the Republic day parade. We has a compulsory meet with the PM -which privilege nobody else had.



In my time there were 250 cadets.


Our type of ragging was honorable and classy. We had a tradition of not snitching ( sneaking ).   

Below: My batch getting inspected by Indian President VV Giri.

Below: TS Dufferin was scrapped in 1972 and replaced by brand new ship TS Rajendra .   Dufferin did NOT have doors even for shitpots.   Rajendra has doors for shit pots , but no doors for bathing cubicles.  In a two year course , 125 x 3 = 375 cadets knew the sizes of each others dongs and balls .



Below: Once as part of the ragging we had junior cadets marching nude at midnight , wearing just shoes, stockings, peak caps and belt with knife --with captain's 15 year old niece peering from behind the curtains at such huge dongs ( some tiny too ) !

Below:  This is my batch , meeting the Shipping Minister ( Kamalapati Tripathi) in 1973 -  just before the Republic day march in Delhi.

Below:  1973 - my batch at Delhi -- the young guy is Pranab Mukherjee , the current President of India. We respected the watan and the tri colour 

Snitches are shunned by their own batchmates . 


Not like the DISHONROURABLE ragging which goes on in JNU campus.   Ask any ex-student and he will bust the myth of JNU being a ragging free campus.

JNU thrives on lies.

http://www.jnu.ac.in/AntiRagging/AntiRagging.pdf


NOBODY TALKS ABOUT HOW GIRLS ARE MADE TO STRIP NAKED IN BOYs HOSTELS 



http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Girls-ragged-in-JNU-boys-hostel/articleshow/4916425.cms



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