Tuesday, March 1, 2016

JNU , DEN OF ANTI NATIONALS AND COMMUNIST CRIMINALS PART 9 - 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 8 BELOW-







The JNU commies say “Romance wafts like a heady aroma in JNU’s air”

MY LEFT BALL !

It is all about crass , unwashed , unkempt commies ( some married with kids ) stalking adivasi beauties!


The commie propaganda mill of JNU cries “ If you want to have a Bharat darshan come to JNU”

WELL , JNU IS NOT THE TYPE OF INDIA WE HAVE IN MIND .  

BHARAT DESERVES A BETTER DEAL THAN THIS USELESS UNIVERSITY.

JNU propaganda tom tomming  its uniqueness is now outsources to foreign commies.   They brand JNU  a microcosm awash with India

ABBHE MACROCOSM KIDHAR HAI ? 

WOH BHI DAALO NA -- FOR GOOD MEASURE !

They paint a picture as if JNU is THE end of the rainbow—the literal pot of fuckin’ gold.

SORRY, WE KNOW HOW QUOTA STUDENTS ( COMMIE COLLEGIUM IF YOU PLEASE ) COME MAINLY FROM THREE BACKWARDS STATES  –  BIHAR, UP AND BENGAL.    


THE SC/ ST/ OBC QUOTA STUDENTS AND THEIR RUSTIC HOVEL CULTURE FROM ABOVE THREE STATES IS NOT INDIA , BY ANY STRETCH OF IMAGINATION. 



ALL THIS SHIT BELOW WILL NOT WORK --

INDIA HAS WOKEN UP TO THE EVIL INSIDE JNU CAMPUS !


The Spring of 2016 and the Idea of JNU

Rajat Datta (rajatdatta@jnu.ac.in) teaches at the Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
A faculty member of the Jawaharlal Nehru University reflects on what the university does which makes it a target for various shades of reactionary and chauvinistic forces. The article also looks at the recent attacks on JNU and explains why the entire JNU community of students and teachers has come out to defend it.
February 2016 may turn out to be a watershed moment in thinking India’s history because of what transpired in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on the 9th of the month and how events have unfolded since that day. From a localised movement of protest by some students in the campus against their perceptions of state and institutional excesses, it has rapidly converted itself into a movement of civil society against oppressive nationalism. The spring of 2016 has arrived.
To understand this spring, one must understand what JNU stands for.
Of the many decades that have passed since my graduation from Delhi University in 1975, I have been associated in some way or the other with JNU, first as a student, then as an assistant professor, then again as an MPhil student and finally as faculty of the Centre for Historical Studies since 1992. I was a student here during the infamous Emergency. But having left JNU in 1981, I did not witness the academic carnage of 1983. I taught in Burdwan University for 11 years, and while teaching there completed my PhD from the University of London. I am, therefore, what might be called a bit of a hybrid academic, not a typical “JNU-type,” whatever that may mean.
In JNU, apart from my primary function as a teacher and supervisor, I have handled some administrative responsibilities. I was a hostel warden for a long number of years, chaired the security advisory committee for two consecutive terms, and the anti-ragging committee for one term. I can therefore claim an insider–outsider vantage point as well as a certain amount of extra-academic experience of on-campus student life.
It is said in the wider world outside that JNU pushes a certain “line” of thought. Can a university have a “line” of thought? We do have some guiding principles which are supposed to “guide” our academic pursuits. These are “humanism, tolerance, reason and the adventure of ideas,” and many of us do not consider adherence to nationalism, or wearing it on one’s sleeve, to be an absolutely necessary component of this “adventure of ideas.” In the charged circumstances of today, my department, the Centre for Historical Studies (CHS), has been critiqued by liberal interlocutors for pushing too nationalist a view, and by the saffron cohort in the Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) for pandering to “western” ideas of nationalism, and not giving due importance to indigenous or cultural nationalism.
Thus, a department of an institu-tion charged with pandering to anti-nationalist sentiments has been accused of being either excessively or erroneously nationalist in its orientation. What further irony can reflect the flavour of our times? It seems nationalism as it was understood by our nation builders is no one’s nationalism these days. Yet claims and counterclaims of nationalism fly thick and fast. This is not the place to enter into the debate on historiography except to say that my colleagues work with many different frameworks in their discipline where questions of nationalism are peripheral, even non-existent.
JNU is indeed a truly enigmatic place. We do not have compulsory attendance in lectures but expect students to come anyway. We come down heavily on plagiarism and expect students to read, think, critique and write on their own. We expect them to question existing shibboleths, disagree, argue and to ask tough questions of ourselves and of speakers in structured and unstructured discussions. We do not push a line and do not stand on perches and shout about a singular kind of nation. Our views of the nation are diverse.
For instance, my department offers about a dozen MA level courses and an equal number of seminars on various aspects of Indian nationalism but does not insist on a blind compliance on one paradigm. Equal importance is given to caste, class, community, gender, self-determination, human entitlements and the environment. Nationalism must have its materiality, otherwise it becomes an abstraction, and abstractions can be subverted and expropriated by reactionary ideologies. This is what is happening in India today and this is partly what caused the conflagration in JNU.
Centres of Ideas
JNU becomes more enigmatic when you see its topography. It is designed with vast open spaces and forested areas symbolising freedom of movement, ideas and expression. It is a campus which encourages socialisation in the spaces inhabited by students: the hostels, dhabas, the shopping centre and on the walls of its buildings. Men and women students interact freely socially, academically and personally. Romance wafts like a heady aroma in JNU’s air. Hostels are seething and seeding centres of ideas and of polemical exchanges on probably every imaginable or unimaginable subject on earth. The walls of the hostels, and the buildings in the academic complex are festooned with the most unbelievably imaginative posters put up indiscriminately by the left and the right calling for radical transformations of all kinds. Revolution is a rainbow concept here and remains the unfinished agenda of these JNU walls.
Nightlife in JNU is convivial and deliciously subversive. After dinner, hostel messes transform themselves from places where stomachs are fed into places where the appetite for critical thinking gets sharpened. In JNU, hostels are a seething miasma of ideas. Amartya Sen has called us Indians “argumentative.” JNU epitomises that argumentative India. Freedom of expression and dissent are encoded in this university’s DNA. Lectures, discussions, and debates occur on a mind-boggling range of topics. Film shows and cultural programmes, the latter often with loud sound systems, processions and counter-processions rupture the stillness of the night. The central emphasis in most of these discussions or cultural programmes is on questioning the given, critiquing hegemony and looking for the voices of the marginalised and the oppressed.
Of course nationalism is also discussed in these gatherings, but often seen as hegemonic, gets severely critiqued. In reaction, sharp reactions come from those who read an alternative discourse of nationalism as the appropriate one, sometimes leading to tense situations. There have been instances in the past when tensions have erupted over such conflicting views. Some aspects of what happened on 9 February 2016 must be seen in this context. Questions of radicalised self-determination are not new in JNU. In the past the question of Kashmir has been fought out here through arguments and slogans. Separatist ideologies have been passionately applauded and condemned; but never has the charge of sedition been levelled against such discussants by the ruling dispensations. The question is, why so now?
An Island, But Not Isolated
JNU is an enigma for various other reasons. Here merit is laced with empowerment. The social consciousness of JNU is to enable the disempowered. Admissions are exam-based but occur strictly in accordance with statutory provisions regarding reservations for socially-deprived castes and communities. But here we go a step further. Deprivation points are super-added on the basis of region and gender. Women often outnumber men in our lecture theatres as well as in the library, dhabas and in demonstrations. This is not to say that exclusion has been successfully overcome. Dalit voices still complain of the various obstacles that remain in constructing a socially barrier-free world for them, but their voices are in the mainstream of the politics of the campus. The idea of Dalit liberation now constitutes a central component of the idea of JNU. Another Rohith Vemula will not happen in this campus. For those among the culturally challenged, meritocratic and casteist chatterati, who see JNU as a waste of government subsidy, these facets of JNU are distasteful and border on being anti-national.
So many enigmas appear outrageous to the outside eye, and therein lies JNU’s uniqueness.
I have often had my otherwise well-meaning friends in the city quizzing me on why does JNU think of itself as an island? My answer is simple. An island is not a metaphor of isolation. An island is surrounded by an ocean on all sides and its shores get buffeted by unending waves. JNU is precisely that kind of island, a microcosm awash with India. All languages, regions, castes and communities inhabit the built and open spaces of this island. A colleague once remarked, if you want to have a Bharatdarshan come to JNU.
JNU is also an island constantly swept by seething waves of ideas. Each ideational wave finds an inlet here. Marx, Gandhi, Tagore and Ambedkar, and an inexhaustible list of regional thinkers constitute the waves which have constantly returned to their inlets. Tidal waves in this island assume the shapes of struggles over oppression and exclusion in all their possible forms within and outside India. But being an island does not breed isolationism. How has, you may well ask, such a non-conformist (aka anti-nationalist) place been accorded the first rank among Indian universities by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) set up for accreditation of universities and colleges by the Government of India? How is it that its alumni occupy ranked positions in government, academia and in the media? How is that its graduate students bag prestigious scholarships/fellowships in the topmost universities and colleges in the world where selection criteria are so stringent? How is it that Dalit students, who are often first generation learners successfully get their PhD degrees and get jobs in colleges and universities across the country?
Jingoistic nationalism naturally gets relegated to the dustbins in such a milieu.
Nation is one aspect of JNU’s existence; identities and self-determination are the other critical dimensions of who we are; and history teaches that sometimes national interests and the pulls of self-determination become incompatible bedfellows. JNU epitomises this incompatibility. The rhetoric of nationalism is dismantled by looking at the real fractures and fissions in its social and political fabric. Movements of self-determination and self-expression at regional and local levels, including community, caste and gender, are inserted into these analyses in order to question and complicate hegemonic or majoritarian views of what nationalism stands for or ought to stand for.
Instead of a unitary nation state, what JNU emphasises are arguments of political and cultural pluralism as the foundational principles of Indian democracy. Such approaches have enabled it to emerge as a bastion of diversity-conscious and progressive thinking in the humanities and social sciences. Such radical components of the social sciences taught, discussed and researched here have shaped the political consciousness of the students since the inception of the university. To disagree is one’s right, to protest is just and to dissent, democratic.
Why RSS Hates JNU
This environment of discussion, debate, questioning and consensus has created a culture of organic liberalism in the campus. By organic liberalism, I mean a system of thought which premises itself on accommodation, acceptance, and argumentation and enables a deep respect of people and the pluralisms they embody. JNU’s model of organic liberalism has the potential to become a national discourse, and this is one reason why the present regime has wanted to crush it ever since its election in 2014. Dissent within the framework of a liberal discourse from a premier institution in the very heart of India’s power centre, which has the potential of spreading at the national level, would hit hard at the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s (RSS) cultural project being executed in the institutions of government. A state which gets scared of slogans in a gathering of students loses its moral legitimacy. It can only continue by force and intimidation.
Much has been written on the events of JNU over the past week or so. There is not much point in traversing this tired terrain, often of lies and misinformation, lies which are slowly beginning to unravel. Doctored visual footages have been peddled by some sections of the paid media as authentic. The union home minister tweeted about JNU’s links with Pakistani terrorists, only to be told that the original tweet from “Hafiz Saeed” came from a false handle. The viciousness of the state has been matched by the complicity of the university’s administration. Despite his denial, it is now publicly known that the police were given a carte blanche by the vice chancellor to enter the campus in order to search and seize, something which his compatriot in Jadavpur University has declined to do as a retaliation against his university students’ protest in support of JNU. I personally witnessed how the registrar of the university gave written orders to disconnect the sound system protesters were using on the evening of 13 February, ostensibly on the grounds of a Supreme Court ruling.
I also witnessed how within five minutes of this about 15 Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) supporters managed to shout slogans and wave black flags at Rahul Gandhi, assault Anand Sharma and generally created a situation of confrontation. I saw how teachers formed a human chain around the gathering to prevent these students from achieving their nefarious designs, for this would have provoked other students leading to unimaginable consequences for them and for the future of the university. I admired the patience with which students behaved during this entire episode. Not one anti-ABVP slogan was raised by the gathering, no one heckled or tried to push them away. Announcers repeatedly requested the gathering to maintain dignity and decorum. Everyone sat and listened patiently to speakers, cheering them, and chanting pro-democracy slogans from time to time. All this happened when ABVP students were outnumbered 150 to 1 in the gathering. As expected in JNU, all of them went away without so much as a scratch.
By allowing the police to enter the campus the university administration subverted established institutional structures and has become complicit in a nefarious ideological agenda masked under the war cry of anti-nationalism. Students have been suspended and the president of the students’ union arrested on what are now increasingly appearing to be fabricated charges. A Muslim student is now being foisted as the new culprit. A canard is being spread that the due process of law is being hampered by the protesting students and teachers.
So, what is the ongoing agitation in JNU all about? And why as a member of the faculty am I wholeheartedly involved in it? For this, one has to unpack the intellectual content of the attack on JNU. By doing what it has done, this government has unequivocally demonstrated that what it wants to remove are not the so-called anti-nationalists among the students, for there are none, but the radical content of thinking in the university which is united in opposing Hindutva, a majoritarian and anti-minority view of Indian nationalism being propagated by the RSS, the ideological mentors of the ruling party. JNU is Hindutva’s last intellectual barrier.
As a member of the teachers’ association, the Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers’ Association (JNUTA), I can say that the faculty is standing in solidarity against the fabricated charge of sedition levied against students on the basis of morphed and tampered video tapes. We are with the students to protest against the disproportionate nature of the police action in the campus. We are also protesting against the action taken by the university against some students without due process being observed from the beginning. We are protesting against the violation of natural justice by the Indian state and the complicit university administration. At a deeper level, we are standing in support of radical social thought, and against jingoism masquerading as nationalism by rampaging mobs beating up teachers, students and journalists in full public view. We are uniting in the struggle against the oppression of the excluded, the minorities and the poor in the name of sedition. We are standing in defence of the principles of pluralism and the freedom of ideas and of expression guaranteed to us by our Constitution.
If one looks at the national from the local, we are standing to defend the idea of JNU as a national institution in order to defend the very idea of India as a nation.
If this is anti-national, then what is nationalism?
Our voices are being heard across the country and across the globe. This is the kernel of a new beginning.
If this is not an intellectual spring, then what is?
- See more at: http://www.epw.in/journal/2016/9/commentary/spring-2016-and-idea-jnu.html#sthash.yLnIQxrl.dpuf

SNIFF !

I AM TOUCHED LIKE MADONNA !!

I MUST NOW CRY !!!

BOOOOOO   HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  !





NOW LET ME BE SERIOUS !


Below: The face of a commie professor of JNU - Rajat Datta 


MR RAJAT DATTA , YOU ARE NOW HELD GUILTY OF INCITING STUDENTS TO GO AGAINST THE WATAN .  

THIS ARTICLE HAS EXPOSED YOU AS A COMMIE BRAINWASHING PROFESSOR .

THIS ARTICLE OF YOURS ,  IS YOUR UNDOING !

YOU GOT CARRIED AWAY WITH YOUR OWN SENSE OF SELF IMPORTANCE AND BULLSHIT ELOQUENCE --

-- AND GAVE YOURSELF AWAY  !

CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL DECLARES -

 " MR RAJAT DATTA YOU ARE NEITHER AN ORIGINAL THINKER OR AN INTELLECTUAL ! "

We Indians do NOR care for Amartya Sen,   Datta Paaji !  



Respected Captain Vadakayil
http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/jurists-protest-transfer-of-delhi-hc-judge-who-gave-greenpeace-case-order/
Some eminent jurists have come out of hiding. There is a rift between the eminent lawyers and our collegium judiciary!
A group of eminent lawyers has written to the Chief Justice of India T S Thakur and the Supreme Court Collegium, seeking a review of its decision to transfer Delhi High Court Judge Rajiv Shakdher to Madras High Court.
In their letter, lawyers such as former Attorney General for India Soli Sorabjee, jurists Fali Nariman and K K Venugopal and others said the transfer of Justice Shakdher by the collegium, headed by the CJI, had “really shocked” members of the Bar. When contacted, Sorabjee said, “We think this needs to be reconsidered to prevent a wrong from being committed. That is why we have written (the letter).”
Incidentally, Justice Shakdher had set aside last March the Centre’s lookout notice against Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai, a notice that had led her to being offloaded from a London-bound flight. Pillai was on her way to speak on the alleged violation of forest rights of tribals in Madhya Pradesh’s Mahan coal block area but was told that her name was on a database of those not allowed to leave the country.
The Centre had argued in court that Pillai’s speech before a group of UK parliamentarians would have created a “negative image” of India and claimed that she was involved in “anti-national activities”. Justice Shakdher was among four judges transferred by the collegium.




  1. hi is,

    i know the past generations history of SOLI SORABJEE for the past 200 years .

    if i write a post  , his future generations will have NO place to hide.

    WE KNOW WHY ROTHSCHILD KNIGHTED 65 PARSIS .

    I PLAN TO WRITE A POST ON EACH ONE OF THEM-- WHY JEW ROTHSCHILD LOVED THEM

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


Mohd. Zahir Khan vs Vijai Singh and Others (AIR 1992, SC 642)-an impetuous (but insignificant) litigant, merely said in a loud voice in court: 'Either I am anti-national or the judges are anti-national.' He was immediately cited for contempt, pronounced guilty and sentenced to undergo simple imprisonment for one month!

SEE – 

YOU CAN CALL PM “PSYCHOPATH “ or “ MERCHANT OF DEATH “

BUT JUDGES ARE GOD !

Lord Vishnu  can hold a shoe - but BR Ambedkar cannot !



Ever since 1947, the BENAMI media and COLLEGIUM judges have been in cahoots.

Let me quote FALI NARIMAN


QUOTE:  In India the higher judiciary has inherent (and almost unbridled) powers of contempt-even beyond laws enacted by Parliament. And for that reason, the media and the whole lot of information-seeking agencies- not sure of how the contempt law will be interpreted- are tight-lipped. No one dares come out with what they believe to be the FACTS (in any matter pertaining to judges or the administration of justice) even though the law (amending the Contempt of Courts Act 1971) now permits 'justification by truth' as a valid defence.   But let a complaint be made even by a responsible individual against a reputedly corrupt judge in the higher judiciary, and no newspaper will publish it! Give the newspaper as much proof or evidence as you will- it will still not publish anything!  UNQUOTE 


Several Centres in JNU  have been declared by the UGC to be Centres of 'Excellence'.

These are Centre for Historical Studies, Centre for the Study of Social Systems, Centre for Political Studies, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Centre for the Study of Regional Development, all in the School of Social Sciences.
In addition three Science Schools--School of Physical Sciences, School of Life Sciences and School of Environmental Sciences have also received the UGC recognition as Centers for Excellence.


HOW EXCELLENT THESE ARE,   WE KNOW TODAY !



At JNU,  since there are NO attendance requirements , at any time if you do a surprise  audit , you will find that only 10% students attend the class.    

Many a time the commie professsors  go outside Delhi ( for long festivals / marriages ) and delegate teaching to some higher group  students . 

Nobody cares !

There is a JNU rule that  M.Phil and PhD students who are yet to complete their course work are not allowed to work, but most of them still do, against the rules.

They come to JNU campus only to avail of facilities paid by the tax payer , like subsidised  food , hostel facilities and even subsidized SEX.

There have been girl students who charge money for sex inside hostels.

Has anybody ever conducted a study as to how many JNU students have found remunerative employment?   

Very few find good jobs.   
  
Yet why is JNU called the No 1 academic institution of India ?


Let any NE student  try organizing  PORK festival in JNU and see what happens .

BEEF festival is just to show the Hindus that JNU is an anti-Hindu institute.   Almost every Professor is a Hindu hater.   The COLLEGIUM system ensures this .

Till today there has never been a  protest in JNU for ETHNIC CLEANSING of Kashmiri Pandits.

For Babri Masjid , protests went on for weeks.

Yet there has never been a single protest for thousands of temples destroyed in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Kashmir.

While Hindu gods are abused again and again-try abusing BR Ambedkar of EVR Periyar, you will get dismissed from JNU after getting beaten up .


While there were countless e protests and seminars for the Godhra riots, NOT a single resolution has mentioned that it was a REACTION to a gruesome massacre of women/ children inside a railway compartment.

EXTREME COMMUNISM  ( NO GOD ) MIXED WITH HARDCORE ISLAM ( ALLAH IS CREATOR )  , SUPPORTED BY JEW FOREIGN FUNDS IS NOT GOOD FOR THE WATAN.

Pakistan and Bangladesh have done mindless ethnic cleansing. We all know the percentage of Hindus in these two countries in 1947 and now.

In India they do NOT want uniform civil code – and they want to have 4 wives, but do NOT want hand cutting .

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES RUN BY CHRISTIANS HAVE ALWAYS TRIED TO STRIKE AT THE ROOTS OF HINDUISM.

THE ITALIAN WAITRESS HAS MADE ALL THIS WORSE, USING HER HECHMEN LIKE CEDRIC PRAKASH , TEESTA SETALVAD , JOHN DALAL , FARAH NAQVI, VALSON THAMPU , HARSH MANDER,  R COMMUNISTS , R ATHEISTS etc.

TOO MUCH TOLERANCE HAS BEEN SHOWN TO FOREIGN FUNDED PRESSTITUTES --AT THE EXPENSE OF BHARATMATA .

After the godra riots -- they found hundreds of stone pelt marks outside the compartment and stones inside the compartment --

----thousands of LIVE witnesses -- yet the enquiry commission of the ITALIAN waitress declared—  

--HINDU WOMEN USED STOVES INSIDE THE COMPARTMENT S6 TO COOK AND CAUSED THE FIRE.

Since 2002 they main stream media tried to portray Modi as a murderer .

None in JNU  ever said , even once , that if the Godra train massacre did NOT take place , the 2002 riots also would NOT have taken place .

They acted as if 2002 riots were pre-meditated and NOT a knee jerk retaliation .

JNU pseudo intellectuals condooned the roasting alive of 59 people including 25 women and 15 children on 27th Feb 2002 -- since the past 14 years .

The train compartment was locked , molotov cocktails of kerosene and petrol bottles were thrown into the compartment and people roasted to death .  At that time of the day markets were NOT open , and kerosene and acid bulbs were stocked in a nearby Muslim slum .

The presence of hundreds of big stones inside the compartment and the broken windows cut no ice .

Fake stories were cooked up that the Karsevaks tried to abduct a Ghanchi Muslim girl from Godhra railway station , where there was NO place even to stand in the overcrowded train compartment .

More than 2100 muslims were involved in this massacre , awaiting with jerry cans of kerosene and petrol -- even before the train bearing ayodhya kar sevaks steamed in to godra station -- as the train was 5 hours late .

No train station is ever so crowded at 0745 hrs in the morning . Petrol and Kerosene is NOT available in this manner inside a railway station..

THERE WERE MORE THAN 4000 LIVE WITNESSES TO WHAT TRANSPIRED .

The over crowded train itself had more than 2200 kar sevaks coming back after Ram Yagna at Ayodhya , and some of them got down at godra .

The train was pelted with stones for a full 15 minutes before the fire was thrown through the broken windows .

The train had left the platform and was stopped by pulling the cabin at a secluded place few hundred metres from the Godra platform, at a Muslim slum . .


CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat and politburo member Sitaram Yechury are living examples of how campus life helped boost political careers.

Kanhaiya Kumar is now aiming to be a Commie politician. Well for that he will have to relocate to Kerala or Tripura. 

Communism is now dead in Bengal and Telengana.  

D Raja’s commie daughter ( a vicious little girl )  of JNU better learn Malayalam.

Commie professors in JNUlike Romila Thapar and Irfan Habib did irepairable damage by distorting our history, maligning Sanskrit, and bringing caste into petty everything.   

There are Zionist jew funded Trojan Horse NGOs who instigate the dalit students of BR Amebdkar- EVR Periyar students unions to shed loyalty to the watan. 

After all both these dalit leaders were stooges of JEW Rothschild and never spent a minute fighting for India's independence.



EVR PERIYAR PUBLICLY MOURNED AUG 15TH 1947 .


We want Modi to choke off foreign funds.   Start attendance registers with 75% compulsory attendance ( even for teachers ). JNU is NOT some other country. 

Thus useless university is run by foreign funds. 

Almost every thesis presented in JNU is PLAIGIARISED .  Never mind the likes of Rajat Datta spreading lies that students do original thinking.

IS ARUN JAITLEY WRECKING BJP FROM WITHIN ?

ALICE IN GUJJULAND , MODI  --  WHY IS TAX BEING CHARGED ON PF ?   BATAAO NAH ?

WHO GAINS ?

AKKAL NAHIN HAI KYA  ?


This blogsite asks Modi to monitor Maharaja’s College, Ernakulam, one of the oldest colleges in Kerala.

 The commies here are funded from abroad just like JNU .  

Leftist politics is dominant and the campus is still the nerve centre of the Left students’ movement in Kerala.


But Maharaja College has COMPULSORY attendance.   The students here CLASS and CULTURE unlike these rustic students in JNU.  

The Maharaja College teachers are dedicated and do INTERNAL EVALUATION without giving higher grades to commies.


THIS BLOGSITE ASKS MODI GOVT NOT TO BE CARRIED AWAY BY “COLLEGIUM “ JUDGES STATEMENTS ABOUT JNU STUDENTS SLOGANS AS MERE YOUTHFUL EXUBERENCE.

WHEN BENAMI MEDI AND “COLLEGIUM “ JUDGES CONDONE ANTI-WATAN SLOGANEERING , IT IS TIME TO DO SERIOUS INTROSPECTION --  

--INCLUDING ARRESTS AND INCARCERATION OF PRESSTITUED AND JUDAS JUDGES  UNDER NATIONAL SECURITY  AGENCY  LAWS.

WE CANT IGNORE TRAITORS WRECKING THIS WATAN FROM WITHIN--  

--   WHEN THOUSANDS OF CRORES OF FOREIGN TROJAN HORSE NGO MONEY IS POURING IN TO PULL DOWN BHARATMATA.


Let us cut this crap about JNU students having INTELLLSSSUAL nay intellectual conversations in Dhabhas which serve them more mental fodder than in classrooms and libraries.   

EX- JNU students have told me about the low grade , rustic TERI MAAKI CHOOT type conversations which go on there.

WHY HAS NJU TOLERATED TOTAL ANARCHY WITHIN THE CAMPUS FOR SO LONG AND THAT TOO WITH THE ACTIVE CONNIVANCE OF PROFESSORS ?

MINDLESS RABBLE ROUSERS ARE CONVERTED TO FREE THINKERS?

What benefit does Naxalite and Maoist movements offer India?

In Kerala the Naxal movement was all about grabbing lands from Hindus temples , distributing land only among commies and then destroying land deed records in Registry offices by burning the whole building.

The danger of JNU type protests lie in their ability to provide cannon fodder for mindless adventurism. 

It is a faculty that continues to cling to one kind of VICIOUS thinking and then transmits a virulent variant of ideology to young minds ...


The danger posed by students shouting anti-national slogans is not in the slogans as such, but in these young minds being used for more sinister ends and then being discarded, like used toilet paper    

Most of the JNU students who study language and political science do NOT get jobs anywhere , as private companies do NOT want radicalized minds.


What type of man do we have as our DEFENCE MINISTER ?

Is he discipled enough to be a minster involved with the armed forces ?  Does he give FRENCH LEAVE to his side kicks ?

Manohar Parrikar spAke  “The GU rules say if you don't have 75 per cent attendance, you cannot appear for exams. Why do we have exams? Is the exam conducted for attendance or for knowledge? Then why 75 (per cent). I would not have passed IIT because my attendance was only 50 per cent"

SO ARE WE TO TAKE YOU AS SOME SORT OF GENIUS , MR PARRIKKAR ?

DO YOU GET HAJAAAR SPONTANEOUS KNOWLEDGE?

CAN YOU APPLY ANY OF YOUR  “SELF GAINED “  METALLURGY EXPERTISE INTO OUR INSAS ASSAULT RIFLES, PARRIKAR PAAJI  ?



Five students  aged between 25 and 30 — have been charged with sedition

These five have been identified as Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya, Rama Naga, Ashutosh Kumar and Anant Prakash Narayan.

Umar Khalid
 Former member of the now-banned radical, pro-Maoist Democratic Students Union (DSU)
The organiser of the February 9 event
His father, S.Q.R. Ilyas, is the president of the Welfare Party of India, a political group active mainly among Muslims.
joining JNU in 2008. He is currently pursuing a PhD on the Adivasi history of Jharkhand at the Centre for Historical Studies (CHS).
Khalid was part of a hunger strike in JNU for eight days after Hyderabad varsity scholar Rohith Vemula committed suicide.
Khalid is known for taking radical Left positions on almost every issue. On the JNU campus, Khalid is popular among Kashmiri Muslims,
Khalid never applied for a passport because of his ideological positions, despite an offer from a professor in Yale to study there for a semester.

Anirban Bhattacharya
 Former member of the now-banned, pro-Maoist Democratic Students Union
Supporters of other political groups said they went to Bhattacharya for clarity on ideological debates on Marxism and Mao Zedong's thoughts.

Rama Naga
 Current general secretary of the JNU Students' Union (JNUSU)
 A member of the All India Students Association (AISA), backed by the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist)-Liberation - a registered political party with MLAs in Bihar and Jharkhand
Naga is a Dalit from Boipariguda in Odisha's Koraput district. His father sells bangles on his bicycle and his mother is a day labourer.
A graduate from Vikram Dev College in Odisha's Jeypore, Naga is shy except when he is on the dance floor. In Jeypore, he gave tuitions to fund his studies.
His filmy dances during hostel and varsity cultural events drew crowds on the JNU campus.
Now an MPhil scholar at the Centre for Political Studies, Naga joined JNU for his MA in 2012. He has earned scholarships ever since he joined JNU. His dissertation is on the movement against mining in the Niyamgiri Hills.
Naga to join the AISA in 2013.
At the February 9 protest, he was heard requesting security guards to form a human chain to separate the ABVP and the Kashmir protesters.

Ashutosh Kumar
 JNUSU president during the previous academic year
 A member of the AISA
The son of a rail worker in Barh, near Patna, Kumar graduated from the Banaras Hindu University (BHU). He joined JNU in 2010 and was elected JNUSU president in 2013.
He is currently pursuing a PhD from the School of International Studies.
"In BHU, he wasn't in politics but was associated with a group that spoke out against discrimination in hostels by upper-caste students. He belongs to a backward class.

Anant Prakash Narayan
 JNUSU vice-president during the previous academic year
 A member of the AISA
A Dalit from Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh, Narayan joined the AISA in BHU.
Currently pursuing his MPhil at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Narayan joined JNU in 2012 and became JNUSU vice-president in 2014.
His dissertation is on the legal debates on gender following the 2012 Delhi gang rape.
On the campus, Narayan is credited with leading an agitation that led to the sanctioning of three temporary hostels.



http://www.firstpost.com/india/genuinely-concerned-about-the-future-of-india-chomsky-pamuk-87-others-write-in-support-of-jnu-students-2629854.html

HEY JEW NOAM CHOMSKY-

WE ARE TOUCHED !

SHOVE YOUR CONCERNS –AND SHOVE IT GOOD !

MIND IT KINDLY !

ONLY OUR COLLEGIUM JUDICIARY AND BENAMI MEDIA  ARE  AFRAID OF YOU – WE THE PEOPLE DO NOT CARE FOR YOU.


capt ajit vadakayil
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XXX
March 1, 2016 at 5:45 PM
Respected Sir,
Sir i slept like a baby yesterday.when i woke up i had the joie de vivre,the zest for life !i want to be a good human being,the will to live a decent life its a new me.we went to the Guruvayurappan temple and did archana.now i know the value of peace of mind Sir.my husband called today and is planning to come this month end.i am very happy Sir.The astrologer had told to do sarpa dosha puja which we plan to do at kalahasti.i have kept yours and ma'm photo in our puja room Sir.
you are the best thing that happened to me in my life.
Sir i have a confession to make.when you ask to post comments in PMO and other websites i don't do it.i have some fear and in this way am not loyal to you Sir.it makes me feel uneasy.i will try and to work on it.
Sorry for taking your precious time.thank you once again Sir.



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Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
March 1, 2016 at 6:34 PM
hi XX,

there are people whom my wife has cured- they keep her photo along with their gods.

I HAVE NIL POWERS . I AM ORDINARY.

I ASK YOU TO REMOVE MY PHOTO. OR I WILL HAVE IT AGAINST MY CONSCIENCE.

DO NOT INSULT THE GODS !

I AM 100% SURE- IT IS AN ORDER --REMOVE AND LET ME KNOW !

capt ajit vadakayil
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Respected Sir,
Sir am sorry if i irritated you in anyway.
i have taken the photos and kept it in my album.you have my word Sir.
please delete your above reply Sir !
my husband reads my comments.he will bug me.he does not share my same feelings about you.he has regard for you but not like me.
thank you




  1. hi xx,

    IF I WANT I CAN HAVE A BIGGER FOLLOWER BASE THAN ALL THESE FAKE GURUS WHO DYE THEIR EYEBROWS SILVER AND THEIR BEARDS BLACK . .

    I AM SMARTER THAN THEN A HUNDRED TIMES , MORE INTELLIGENT , HAVE MORE REAL TIME EXPOSURE EVERY WHICH WAY

    I HAVE SOMETHING KNOWN AS A CONSCIENCE.

    SO I CANNOT BE EVEN A WEE GURU ! THE REASON I DRIVE AWAY FEMALE FOLLOWERS .

    THEY ALL FALL FOR UNIFORMED MEN

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  • Helo nishant
    Am from kerala and am BJP suporter ad am a Hindu ad a vegetarian...
    In kerala people go to temples and still vote for comunist party.. Slowly I can see the changes.people r undrstdng....what Communist party means....
    Hope it happens ad spread like a forest fire...
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  • hi vn,

    the guy who gives me a full body ayurvedic massge is a COMMIE .

    but i see him first praying to DHANWANTARI before his starts off on me.

    NO ! it is NOT a show.

    he and his family had come for my elder son's pre-wedding party where we call only closest friends and relatives

    i know kerala communism 100% . 

    it is NOT worth it.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/12/ayurvedic-massage-and-quantum-medicine.html

    today COMMIES of india know how they have been fooled !

    COMMUNIST PARTY IS DEAD !

    LONG LIVE THE COMMUNIST PARTY !

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

    PS- apologies to --

    THE KING IS DEAD -LONG LIVE THE KING


  • Pranams captain ji,
    as u were pointing out the desh drohis who led kudankulam protests.. now a new protest against the new port coming up in colachel. 10000 PROTESTERS GATHERED YESTERDAY NEAR COLLECTORATE 2 STOP THIS PROJECT... NGO N COMMIES must have planned such huge commercial project worth 21000 crores sanctioned by bjp



    1. hi n,

      IF INDIA HAS TO BE THIS PLANETs NO 1 SUPERPOWER IN 17 YEARS , COLACHEL PORT MUST OPERATE.
      IT WILL BE A DEEP SEA PORT WHICH OUR NUCLEAR SUBMARINES CAN USE 
      THE WATER DEPTH CAN ATTRACT HUGE SHIPS AND ONCE THIS PORT COMES UP, SINGAPORE AND COLOMBO WILL LOSE THEIR RELEVANCE

      THE MODI GOVT MUST ALLOW ALL DESH DROHI TROJAN HORSE FOREIGN FUNDED NGOs TO STICK THEIR NECKS OUT OF THE WOODWORK.

      TAKE HIGH RESOLUTION PICTURES AND VIDEO TO PING THESE DESH DROHI THINKERS AND THE USEFUL IDIOTS THEY USE A CADRE.

      ADMIRAL LN RAMDAS AND FAMILY WERE IN THE SHADOWS OF THE KUDANKULAM NUCLEAR PROTESTS.

      I WAS THE ONLY PERSON WHO EXPOSED THE FOREIGN FUNDED NGO ANGLE.

      PM MANMOHAN SINGH LITERALLY QUOTES PASSAGES OF MY BLOGSITE

      http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/kudankulam-row-prime-minister-blames-foreign-countries/1/175007.html

      SEE HOW CLEVERLY THE PRESSTITUTES HAVE SANDWITCHED GM FOOD IN BETWEEN , TO CONFUSE AND TO OBFUSCATE

      http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/manmohan-criticises-ngos-for-protests-in-kudankulam/article2924905.ece

      PUT THIS COMMENT IN MODIs, RAJNATH SINGHs, PARRIKKARs, RSS, PMO WEBSITES .
      capt ajit vadakayil
      ..

    for IITians Civil Services through UPSC is a good money opportunity.
    just today a teacher informed:
    this Sunday he was in a panel which took 12 (mock) interviews. All 12 were engineers and 9 were from IITs. To one he asked why did you left 6lakhs/anuum (lower strata) package for this service, all answer he could give was a sheepish smile.




    1. hi e,

      one of my batchmate's father was a HUGE guy in the govt.

      once he visited our training ship, and we had to holystone the ship's decks for three days ( purse strings for ship's budget involved )

      after his father made the inspections , took the march past salute and went way, my batchmate was targeted by seniors and he underwent SEVERE ragging ( hazing ) for a week

      since we slept on the main deck ( open sky ) together , i would note that came back from the gym drenched in sweat at 2 AM , hardly able to walk.

      though he was three times stronger than me ( bull ) he was chicken hearted , and i was his protector from bullies of my own batch.

      when he became captain, his ship had to bring the underground telephone cables to mumbai from europe.

      in a storm in bay of biscay these cables ( with paraffin sheath ) got damaged .

      the governor / CM/ mayor of mumbai called up admiral rks ghandhi ( chairman of SCI ) and gave him a severe bamboo.

      admiral ghandhi himself called my batchmate to his cabin in the SCI office and sacked him. ( the first time ever )

      we talked.

      he told me " AJIT, I WILL SCREW THESE BASTARDS , WITNESS ME "
      i asked how ?


      he replied " i will pass UPSC exams , and i know the way"

      he indeed did screw whom he wanted later on in life--as he became a HUGE cat in the govt machinery.

      this is why JNU floods COMMIES via UPSC


      capt ajit vadakayil
      ..




    Above: WITNESS ME !






    WITNESS ME !




    QUESTION :  

    HAS CHIDs BABY BOY MADE "MOCHA MAAWWL" ? 

    WOH BHI PHOREN ZAMEEN MEIN ?

    CANCEL THEIR PASSPORTS !! 

    FIND OUT WHO THE "COLLEGIUM JUDGES " ARE !!

    DESH DROHIS WHO SCREWED ISRO SCIENTIST NAMBINARAYANAN -- WHY ARE THEY ROAMING FREE ?



    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2012/09/isro-spy-case-s-nambinarayanan.html



    WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA,  WANT THE ITALIAN WAITRESS AND HER MULATTO DAUGHTER PRIYANKA VADRA OUT OF INDIA. 

    BOTH HAVE VITIATED THE POLITICAL ATMOSPHERE OF INDIA AND HOW !! .
    LET RAHUL GANDHI REMAIN IN INDIA.

    HE MUST TRY AND LIVE UP TO HIS DESH BHAKT ANCESTORS LIKE FATHER RAJIV GANDH,    GRANDMOTHER DESH BHAKT  INDIRA GANDHI AND GREAT GRANDFATHER DESH BHAKT NEHRU --


    RAHUL GANDHI IS BEING ERODED BY HIS OWN SLIMY SPEECH WRITER.    




    IS THE GOVT NAPUNSAK,  THAT THEY BLACK BAGGED SREESHANT ( PART OF INDIAs GOLD MEDAL TEAMS OF TEST/ ODI/ T20 ) BUT CANT GET CHEAT AND LIAR LALIT MODI,  WHO ALWAYS HAS A GLAZE UNDER HIS NOSTRILS ?





    KALLIS (  STRIKE BOWLER )
    Competition  /   Test   /     ODI  /      LA
    Matches /         166  /   328    /  424
    Runs scored /  13,289  /      11,579   /    14,845
    Batting average  /   55.37    /    44.36 /   43.53

    TENDULKAR ( PURE  BATSMAN-  WHOSE WIFEs  MOTHER IS A WHITE WOMAN  )
    Competition  /   Test  /    ODI   /    LA
    Matches   /      200  /   463  /   551
    Runs scored  /  15,921     /   18,426  /         21,999
    Batting average  /       53.78  /  44.83   /  45.54

    SANGAKKARA ( WICKET KEEPER )
    Competition  /   Test    /  ODI   /    LA
    Matches     /    134   /  404   /  512
    Runs scored  /   12,400     /     14,234     /    18,630
    Batting average /     57.40  /  41.98    /     43.02





    STOP PRESS:

    SOMEONE JUST CALLED -

    HE SAID " THE THING YOU SAID ABOUT JNU GIRL STUDENTS CHARGING MONEY FOR HOSTEL SEX , APPEARS TO BE FAR FETCHED "

    INDEED !

    WHEN I WAS A THIRD MATE AT SEA, ON A TANKER , MY BATCHMATE TOLD ME ABOUT HIM SCREWING A YOUNG NURSE ( INDIAN ) ON HIS PASSENGER SHIP.

    SO WHEN MY SHIP WAS A CHENNAI, I WENT TO SEE THE COMPANYs PASSENGER SHIP-- A POSH ONE.

    WHILE WE WERE TALKING IN HIS CABIN, THE 4TH ENGINEER A SARDARJEE WALKED IN.

    THEN MORE PEOPLE CAME AND THERE WERE ATLEAST 7 PEOPLE IN THE ROOM HAVING BEER. .   THIS ROOM WAS A DELUXE PASSENGER CABIN , BUT OCCUPIED BY THE THIRD OFFICER.

    BEFORE I COULD ASK HIM "WHERE IS THE NURSE " SHE COMES SAUNTERING IN .

    SHE STOOD LEANING BY THE BED AND HAVING A BEER WITH US.

    SUDDENLY THE 4TH ENGINEER WENT UP TO HER AND LIFTED HER WHITE SAREE, EXPOSING HER SUPER HAIRY TWAT.

    HE HELD IT UP FOR 30 SECONDS- THE NURSE DID NOTHING TO RESIST--SHE JUST SMILED HAPPILY.

    WELL, WELL ?

    SHOULD A "
    COLLEGIUM JUDGE " NOW ESTABLISH HER AS A BHAARJEEN - NAY -VIRGIN ?

    INDEED-

    THERE ARE TIMES , WHEN YOU DO NOT BELIEVE CERTAIN THINGS !

    capt ajit vadakyil
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    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/Bill-Gates-richest-in-world-Mukesh-Ambani-at-36th-Forbes/articleshow/51213118.cms

    ROTHSCHILD IS WORTH 3,00,000 BILLION USD . .

    NO 1 BILL GATES IS 75 BILLION . . . . 
    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/02/worth-more-than-sum-total-of-entire.html

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/10/tipu-sultan-unmasked-capt-ajit.html

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/01/mansa-musa-king-of-mali-and-sri.html

    ENOUGH OF BULLSHIT !!

    capt ajit vadakayil
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    MODI MUST GO ON THE OFFENSIVE-




    IT IS NOW OR NEVER !




























  • Bill Gates is a front man just like Soros. Rothschilds and Rockefellers hide his wealth behind frontmen. Even Laxmi Mittal I suspect is a frontman he is closely allied to Evelyn Rothschilds and the two have dozens of projects and companies together. Some even say he is just a puppet used by him. Do you have info regarding Mittal and the Rothschilds.
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  • hi wam,

    MY ROMANIAN CHIEF OFFICER HAS GIVEN ME ENOUGH INFORMATION ABOUT MITTAL FAMILY.  THIS BOY WAS MY FAN , AS I SOLVED HIS MARRIAGE PROBLEMS.

    HIS FATHER WAS THE TOP BOSS OF SIDEX ROMANIAN STEEL PLANT , WHICH WAS BOUGHT BY LAKSHMI MITTAL..

    I KNOW HOW MUCH MONEY LAKSHMI MITTAL DONATED TO THE LABOUR PARTY UK AND JEW SIMIAN TONY BLAIR .

    I KNOW HOW ROMANIA JOINED THE EU.
    I KNOW THE ROLE OF KEITH VAZ.
    I CAN WRITE A FULL POST.    ALL IN GOOD TIME . .

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


  • HEY , ALICE IN GUJJULAND , MODI -

    Below: Alice in wonderland is eyeballing Gujju No 2




    IF ROMANIA CAN ENTER EU BY SELLING A MERE STEEL PLANT TO AN INDIAN ,   WHO IS A BOARD MEMBER IN ROTHSCHILDs GOLDMAN SACHS-- 

    --  CAN YOU FIGURE OUT  THE ROLE OF VEDANTA  IN THE RED CORRIDOR--   

    WITH JNU COMMIE PROFESSORS CALLING THE SHOTS , IN THIS RED CORRIDOR ,  USING DALIT NAXAL STUDENT COURIERS ?


    BATAAO NAH ?





    smita
    March 2, 2016 at 1:01 AM
    Shri amma bhagwan are dual avatars atleast first go through their teachings find out the truth about them before abusing them

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    March 2, 2016 at 3:59 AM
    hi s,

    keep your KALKI BHAGWAN and AMMA BHAGWAN with you

    we dont need it here.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalki_Bhagavan

    https://onenessuniversity.org/founders/

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


    For those you read your blogs and have the capacity to understand its depths - you are like a GOD to them because this information is hidden very deep.

    For those fools who laugh at your blogs will stay in delusional till time itself slaps them with the truth.

    Not all people are born with high intelligence, sure some can make themselves more intelligent over time but some stay dumb till the time of death, but don't realise it because of their own delusions.




    1. hi rs,

      KALKI BHAGWAN has been going around telling people that he is Vishnu's tenth avatar KALKI

      SHILPA SHETTY AND HER LOSER SISTER ARE PART OF THE AUDIENCE

      capt ajit vadakayil
      ..



    Check out Wikipedia about Maoist LOBERMANN nay lover Satinath Sarangi.

    He is the man with the ridiculous headgear and the FAKE yank accent  who comes on prime time TV as a perception molder .

    QUOTE : Addressed public meetings, seminars and conferences in Czechoslovakia, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, South Korea, Sweden, United Kingdom and United States of America, including at the following Universities: University of California, Berkeley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Stanford University, San Francisco, Columbia University, New York, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, University of the District of Columbia, Washington DC, London School of Economics, London, University of Sussex, Brighton, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands and other places.[2]UNQUOTE



    ITNA SAARA GUNN?

    I must now dedicate a song for him !

    SARANGEEEE TERE YAAD MEIN ---------



    .
    The commie professors of JNU make the students self loathing.  This is why their receive foreign funds.  

    Thoughts of being proud of our great watan and its glorious past is electrocuted.  

    You will NOT find a single female student DARING to war a saree of a bindi on the forehead.


    SWEEPING CHANGES MUST BE BROUGHT SOONER THAN LATER.  

    IF THIS IS RESISTED BY STRIKING PROFESSORS , WHO INSTIGATE STUDENTS , SHUT DOWN JNU. CHOKE OFF CENTRAL FUNDS.     DO NOT LET DESH DROHI JEWS STEP IN AND FUND THEM SECRETLY FROM OUTSIDE.

    SEVERAL ATTEMPT HAVE BEEN MADE IN THE PAST TO HAVE “COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE “ OF 75% IN JNU. 

    EVERY TIME IT WAS THE TEACHING FACULTY WHO RESISTED AND BRAINWASHED STUDENTS TO BOYCOTT CLASSES.  

    ALL IN THE NAME OF FREE THINKING AND INTELLEKSSSAL NAY INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM.


    LIKE IN MANIPAL UNIVERSITY HAVE HIDDEN CCTV CAMERAS ALL OVER THE CAMPUS.


    HAVE HIGH RESOLUTION CCTVs AT THE GATES FROM EVERY ANGLE .

    MONITOR HOW MANY TEACHERS BUNK CLASSES !



    A lot of naxals who are USED by desh drohi foreigners suffer from AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS


    Captain,
    Thanks for sharing your knowledge here. Had been reading your posts for somen time. I thought of knowing your view on the possible cure for auditory hallucinations. Would pranayam help? What's your take on Sudarshan Kriya, isha yoga. Will it help to address these problems? Eager to hear your opinion.

    Thanks
    Jay.




    1. hi XX,

      the west is increasingly having auditory hallucinations due to VARIANT CREUTZFELDT JACOB DISEASE.

      http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/12/shocking-legacy-of-mad-cow-disease-capt.html

      In the past many messiahs had AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS -- most of it was due to mental illness.

      There is a VERY fine line between hearing voices as a result of a spiritual experience and voices as a result of mental illness.

      If you often hear voices calling your name or speaking to you, but you are unable to find any real person speaking to you, then you are a victim of auditory hallucinations.

      I had a Filipino second officer officer who would NOT use the starboard side radar— I found this out by checking the radar logs.

      He reported that the radar called him by the name in the graveyard bridge watch --midnight to 4am --and while he told me this his face became pale white.

      So I allowed him officially to play music –on the bridge ( banned ) and the voice disappeared .

      Voices typically call out your name, when no one else is around.

      Abnormal activity in the right lobe ( sub conscious ) of the brain is associated with auditory hallucinations.

      In the normal brain, much of the brain activity involved with language is specialized in the left hemisphere. The right hemisphere is normally inhibited in regard to language.

      In people suffering from auditory hallucinations, there is no such specialization between brain hemispheres, and the right can be just as active as the left for activities involved in language.

      Hearing voices in your head, or experiencing auditory hallucinations does not always mean that you have mental illness.. Some of these voices are generally positive .

      Only 1/3 of people that experience auditory hallucinations require psychiatric treatment due to mental illness. This is more common in the west due to their decadent life style.

      A large percentage of patients ( who lead good lives ) hear voices, which offer inspiration and support.

      There are many drugs made by EVIL PHARMA that can lead to you hearing voices. Most drugs that affect the brain and levels of various neurotransmitters can result in auditory hallucinations.

      You may hear voices after taking drugs or during a period of withdrawal from the drug.

      An example is Adderall-induced psychosis.

      Some people report visual hallucinations that accompany their auditory hallucinations as well.

      http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/12/sleep-paralysis-and-sinister-presence.html

      People who are isolated from social contact for long time may start to hear voices.

      People with mental illness may experience voices that are very negative in nature. These voices will scare the person hearing them. Common illnesses that result in people hearing voices include: psychosis, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, dissociative identity disorder (DID) and major depression with psychotic features.

      CONTINUED TO 2-

    2. CONTINUED FROM 1-

      Extreme traumatic experiences or even long term sleep deprivation ( drip drip water torture on forehead ) can cause AH.

      Positive voices are a sort of a psychological coping mechanism that god gives to help deal with major trauma-- a PARADOX.

      If these voices are NOT spiteful , plenty of people that have learned to live comfortably with their voices – many people even embrace them.

      CHECK OUT FIDDLER ON THE ROOF ,BELOW.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWGtjqv19ZA

      Reframing the voices you hear by bringing them voices to your conscious awareness, so you recognize that they aren’t real. You are a conscious animal.

      WITNESS YOURSELF .

      Get comfy with these voices, and you can decrease their intensity and frequency.

      In the west , one out of seven children experience auditory hallucinations without experiencing any paranoia or delusions.

      The frontman of the rock band THE WHO had revealed he harnesses auditory experiences and creatively recreates them.

      Young children who have been sexually traumatized by homosexuals usually hear negative voices.

      Only when the voices persist as being unpleasant, negative, and destructive are they considered a sign of a psychotic break.

      Types of voices that you may hear are as follows:-

      Voices may attempt to control how you act and encourage you to engage in negative behavior.

      You may hear multiple voices e in your head and they may be conflicting..

      Negative, cruel, nasty, vindictive voices often accompany mental illness.
      Many people experience support from the voices that they hear.

      Some hear random, meaningless voices. In other words, the voices heard aren’t necessarily controlling, negative, or supportive – they are completely random.

      Some experience the voices as being inside their head. Others experience voices as coming from an external source in the environment. You may even believe that you are hearing other people’s thoughts.

      Voices may increase in loudness if you are traumatised.

      Learn to live with them – If the voices are positive, learn to live with them. If they are negative, learn psychological coping techniques.

      Trans-magnetic stimulation (TMS) can be done by suppressing auditory and acoustic hallucinations for a short time only. This involves decreasing brain activity in specific regions using magnetic fields.

      Areas of the brain that are typically targeted are usually those involved in speech processing.

      Auditory hallucinations have been reported in those suffering from epilepsy, brain tumors, migraines, dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Lewy body dementia, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and Parkinson's disease.

      These hallucinations have also been known to be induced by drugs, such as cocaine and amphetamines.

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    3. CONTINUED FROM 2-

      3/4 of schizophrenic patients experience AH. Indian tribals are being used by EVIL PHARMA as guinea pigs for new drugs. All are in cahoots.

      Antipsychotic medications are mostly employed for treating auditory hallucinations. They affect the dopamine metabolism that fixes the problem

      Dopamine has been documented in excessive amounts not only in schizophrenics, but in people experiencing drug-induced hallucinations.

      When dopamine is reduced to normal levels through medication, this often causes a significant reduction in hallucinations or at least a decrease in their intensity.

      It is abnormal activity of the thalamus, which is a structure in the brain that is responsible for organizing information received from the senses and sending it toward more complex brain regions. Basically, the thalamus sends information from the ears to the auditory cortex in the brain, which interprets what sounds are being heard.

      In the case of auditory hallucinations, the thalamus becomes very active despite a lack of external sound waves that would normally reach the ears and then cause such activity. In schizophrenics, the thalamus is not only overactive but reduced in size.

      Tinnitus (or ringing/buzzing in the ears) is the simplest auditory hallucination and is associated with changes in hearing which in turn affects brain activity.

      People who experience tinnitus often describe a cricket-like or Christmas beetle-like sounds. They may also describe humming, buzzing or ringing. In more severe cases, people describe music, voices or entire conversations.

      Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (RTMS) is a biological treatment procedure that is being tried to address auditory hallucinations. It alters the neural activity of your brain

      Auditory hallucinations are one of the most frequent and reliable symptoms of psychosis

      Auditory and verbal hallucinations have been attributed to aberrant activity in the primary auditory cortex (Heschl’s gyrus)

      http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2012/05/shirodhara-6000-year-old-massage-for.html

      PRANAYAMA ( nitric oxide ) and SURYA NAMASKAR HELPS.

      http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/11/pranayama-capt-ajit-vadakayil.html

      Capt ajit vadakayil
      ..


    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Ahead-of-PM-Modis-visit-to-Israel-India-lines-up-defence-deals-worth-3-billion/articleshow/51214245.cms

    APCO MODI--

    WE KNOW YOUR KOSHER COMPULSIONS

    EVERY INCH OF YOUR KOSHER PROGRESS IN ISRAEL WILL BE UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

    WE SHALL SEE IF YOU WORK FOR JEW ROTHSCHILD OR FOR BHARATMATA ..

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


    This blogsite demands an inquiry into the ACTIVIST activities of Tehelka presstitute UGLY Rana Ayyub  ( a pretender journalist ) , with respect to the Irshat Jehan case.

    She has shown a pathological hate for Modi, and hence is disqualified from objective journalism.

    Below: If you see this UGLY woman without makeup, you will faint !



    DEAD IDEOLOGY -- DO WE NEED THIS ?  

    STICKING BACK DEAD SKIN CELLS ?


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    Title
    1.
    Karl Marx: A Modern Rishi by Lal Har Dayal, March 1912.Vol XI
    1.A.
    Marx Comes to India – P.C. Joshi & K. Damodaran, Manohar Book Service, 1912

    1.C.
    Historical Development of Communist Movement in India, 1917.
    1.D.
    Documents of the History of the CPI – G. Adhikari, Vol. 1, 1917-1922.PPH
    1.E.
    Communism in India unpublished documents (1919-1924). By Subodh Roy National Book Agency Private Ltd
    1.F.
    The Communist Party and Parliament Second Congress, Communist International, August, 1920. Kamgar Prakashan
    2.
    Gandhi vs. Lenin – S.A. Dange, Liberty Literature Co. 1921.
    2.A.
    Peasants Revolt in Malabar by Saumyendranath Tagore, 1921.
    2.B.
    Principles of Party Organisation on:
    - Thesis on the Organisation and Structure of the communist Parties, adopted at the 3rd Congress of the Communist International in 1921, Together with the Statues of the CI, 1921. PPH
    2.C.
    Communist Party Ke Sanghatan Ke Sindhant, 1921.
    2.D.
    Boihevism – Vinayak Sitaram Sarwate, Sept. 1921. Pub: Hindi Sahitya Mandir, Agra
    2.E.
    Communist Party Ki Niti, 1921, New Savera Publishers.
    2 F
    Chalakudi Resolution, Note Gandhiam but Marxist, Melabar Mail 1923.
    2G
    Documents of the history of the communist party of India, G. Adhikari, PPH
    2H
    Myself and the communist party of India, 1920-1929, Muzaffar Ahmed,  National Book Agency Private Ltd
    2I
    Singaravelu- first communist in south India, k. Murugesah, PPH
    3.
    Bolshevism kya he? By Satya Bhakta, Navyug Pusthak, Allahabad.
    3.A.
    Notes on the History of Communist Party of the soviet Union 1890-1924, Satya Roy, Communist Party Publication
    3.B.
    Communism in India 1925-1934, Subodh Roy, National Book Agency Private Ltd.
    3.C.
    Communism in India – Sir Cocile Kaye, 1926 (N.T)
    3.D.
    Documents of the History of the CPI – G. Adhikari, Vol. III A, 1926, PPH
    3.E.
    The Seed-Time of Communist Movement in India 1919-1926, Ladlimohan Ray Chaudhury, 1926. National Book Agency Private Ltd.
    3.F.
    Communist Papers, London, 1925.(N.T)
    3.G.
    Manifesto Gauhati Congress, CPI, 1926.
    4.
    The Communist: A Monthly Review, Vol. 2, No. 10, 1927. Published by A. Holland at 24 High Holborn.
    4.A.
    The Kakori Case (The Hindustan Republican Association and the Kakori Case), 1927.
    4.B.
    Struggle for Hegemony in India 1920-47, Vol. I., Shashi Joshi, Sage Publications
    4.C.
    Is this Communism? By Freda Utley, 1927.
    4.D.
    India and China – with Forward by Shapurji Saklatvala by an Internationalist, 1927.
    5.
    Hell Found by S.A. Dange, 1928. PPH.
    5.A.
    History of the Communist Movement in India 1920-1933 (formative Years) Vol. I.
    6.
    Manifesto of Workers and Peasants Party (Bombay) to the Indian National Congress, 1929.
    6.(a).
    “Ghadar Di Goonj” (Echo of Ghadar), Gadar Party Leaders were Sentenced, 1930.
    6.(A) (i).
    Manifesto of the (fragile document) CPI to the Revolutionary in to the workers and to the peasants, 1931 , by the calcutta committee of the communist party of India.

    6.(b)
     Bal Bharat Sabha – Dev Datt Atal, 1930.
    7.
    An Anti-Roy Pamphlet, Communist International, 1932.
    8.
    Tactical and Organisational Questions of Communist Partice of India and Indo-China by Orgwald, 1933. The Marx Memorial Library.
    8.A.
    India and Communism – complied by the Intelligence Bureau, Home Dept. Govt. of India, 1933
    8.B.
    India & Communism, 1935, The Intelligence Bureau Home Department Government of India
    8.C.
    Imperialism and the People – Frank Verulam, 1935.PPH
    8.D.
    Class Caste Reservation and Struggle against Casteism – A.B. Bardhan, All India Youth Federation
    8.E.
    Communism in India (Unpublished documents 1935-45) – Subodh Roy, 1935. National Book Agency Pvt Ltd
    8.F.
    Struggle for Hegemony in India 1920-47, Vol. II, 1934-41, Bhagwan Josh, Sage Publications
    8.G.
    India to-day Series No. 2, Modern Imperalism in India – Rajini Palme Dutt, 1935.
    8.H.
    E.MSinte Sampoorna Krithikal (Collected work of E.M.S Namboodiripad Vol 1-1927-35.  Chintha Publishers (Malayalam).
    8.I.
    History of the Communist Movement in Kerala – Dr. E. Balakrishnan
    8.J.
    Documented History of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. III, 1935-39 – K. Damodaran.
    9.
    To All Anti-Imperialist Fighters by Gathering Storm, Central Committee CPI, 1936.
    9.A.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal, (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 2, 1936-38) P.Govinda Pillai , Chintha Publishers
    10.
    Why Socialism by Jayaprakash Narayan, The All India Congress Socialist Party, 1936..
    10.A.
    Experience and Knowledge – An Essay by Mad-Se-Tung, 1937.
    11.
    Ke Shahid Bhartiya Krantikari Andolan K eek Agyat Adhyaya “Mene Marte Kise Dekha Tujhe Marte Dekha” by E K Krantikari Kuli,1938. Pub: Manmath Nath Gupt, Allahabad.
    12.
    The Final Victory of Socialism in Soviet Russia by Joseph Stalin, The socialist Literature Publishing Co. Agra1938.
    13.
    The Communist and the Congress Being the Thesis on the role of the Indian Communists in the Struggle for Complete Independence of India by Krishna Swami, The Socialist Literature, 1938.
    14.
    Chingari by Sajjad Zaheer, Vol. I, No. 1, 1938.
    15.
    Chingari by Sajjad Zaheer, Vol. I, No. September 1938. chingari ur uska Magsad
    15.A.
    Day to Day Pamphlets No. 39, The Political and Social Doctrine of Communism by R. Palme Dutt, 1938.
    15 (1)
    Report of General Secretary: (January 1945 to Dec. 1946), Pub: AITUC, Bombay
    16.
    Chingari (Spark) by Sajjad Zaheer, Vol. II, No. 2 & 3, 1939.
    17.
    Hamara Desh Men Samajik Sangathan (Social Institutions in our Country) by K.M. Ashraf, 1939.
    17.A.
    From Imperialist War to People’s War by Dona Torr.PPH, Bombay
    18.
    The Historical Necessity and Significance of United Front Tactics: Being a Preliminary introduction to the study of Dimitroff’s United Front. “ Pamphelet Service” Pub.
    18.A.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal( collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 3, 1938-42), P. Govinda Pillai, Chintha Publishers
    19.
    State & War: Being the Statement Issued by the Standing committee, All India States Peoples’ Conference on 11th October 1939. Pub: Gen, Secy., All- India States Peoples’ Conference Bombay
    19.A.
    Bihar Men Communist Party Ka Vikas by Inderdeep Singh, 1939.
    19.B.
    Communist Party’s Position in Indian Politics – Acharaya Kripalini, 1939.
    19.C.
    Imperialism and the Peoples – Frank Verulam, 1940. PPH – duplicate
    19.D.
    The Communist International, No. 3, march 1940.
    20.
    From Peace Front to People’s War by Stalin and Dimitrov, Communist International,Jan. 1934 to Nov. 1942. Introduction by : G. Adhikari, Pub: PPH
    21.
    The Indian Communist Party – Its Policy and Work in the War of Liberation by P.C. Joshi, 1942.Published by the Communist party of great Britain.
    22.
    Student Supplement A.I.S.F. and National Crisis Unity, The Way Out, 1942.
    23.
    War of Liberation – Speeches of Stalin, Molotov, Kalinin & Maisky – Introduction by G. Adhikari, 1942. Pub: PPH Bombay
    24.
    Europe Against Hitler by R.Palme Dutt, “Why this is our War”, Friends of the Soviet Union, 1942.
    24.A.
    Hindu – Muslim, Differences, Create Division by British Colonist 1942. CPI Publication
    25.
    How the Soviet People Fight – A Selection of Reports (Covering the period from Dec. 1941 to April 1942). by soviet writers, PPH
    26.
    From the Indian Communist Party’s Paper, People’s War ‘India’s Problem’ by Bradley Ben, 1942.
    26.A.
    1942 August Struggle and by C. Rajeswara Rao, 1942. Communist Party Publication
    27.
    Flaming Sword – Poems of Patriotism and Freedom by Jashwant Thaker, 1942.
    28.
    Some Facts About Disturbances from 1942-1943.
    28.A.
    Bhagal-purka Morcha (Front of Bhagalpur) by Sh. Ramchandra Sharma, 1942.
    29.
    Released the Patriots – To Rally the People by P.C. Joshi, 1942.
    30.
    National Unity for the Defence of the Motherland-Resolutions of the Plenums of the Central Committee of the CPI held in 1942 by Krishnan N.K., 1942.
    31.
    Pakistan and National Unity by Adhikari G., 1942. PPH, Bombay
    31.A.
    Principles of Party Organisation (CPI), 1921, CPI Section of the third International
    32.
    People’s Way to Food by S.G. Serdesai, 1943. PPH
    33.
    Working Class and National Defence Report on Production, 1943.PPH, Bombay
    34.
    For the Defence of the Motherland with the Ploughshere and the Sickle Kisan Sabha in the Campaign for more food by EMS Namboodripad, 1943.Pub: PPH
    35.
    People’s Theatre Stars the People, Indian-People’s Theatre Association, 1943.
    36.
    Unity in Action for National Defence and National Government (Resolution passed unanimously by the first Congress of the CPI, 1943. PPH
    36.A.
    Bengal Provincial Political Organisational Report for the National Convention of the CPI 1943.
    37.
    Forgery Versus Facts: Communist Party Exposes The Fifth Column., N.K. Krishnan, 1943. PPH
    38.
    Ithiheser Dhere by Amit Sen, 1943. Pub: NBA Calcutta.
    38.A.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal, (Collected works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 4, 1942-44)
    39.
    Hindustani Communist Party Ka Vidhan, 1943. Pub: PPH
    40.
    Forgery Versus Facts – Communist Party Exoses the Fifth Column by N.K. Krishna, 1943.PPH
    41.
    Deshbhaktader Jagao: (Awaken the Patriots) – P.C. Joshi’s Report to CC, 1943. Pub: NBA Calcutta
    41.A.
    Communist Party Ke Ghoshanapatra – Karl Marx & F. Engels, 1952.PPH
    42.
    Deshraksha Aur Swatantrata Ka Marg – (National Defence and Plot for Freedom) – Adopted in the first CPI Conference, 1943.
    42.A.
    Kisans on the March for Food and Freedom by EMS Namboodripad, 1943.
    43.
    The New Fascist Order by Prof. E. Varga – Member of the Academy of Science of the USSR, 1943. PPH
    43.A.
    On the National Question by J. Stalin, 1943. Pub: NBA, Calcutta
    44.
    A free happy India (Election Policy of Indian Communists by P.C. Joshi), 1944. PPH
    44.A.
    From Peace Front to People’s War Second Editiron by G. Adhikari, Bombay, PPH, 1994.
    45.
    Churchill-Cripps Conspiracy for a New Communal Award (The Imperalist Alternative) fourth edition by G. Adhikari, 1944.
    45.A.
    The Heritage Ke Acclaim by D.N. Pritt, 1944. Pub: ‘Friends of the Soviet Union’ PPH
    46.
    Congress and Communists by P.C. Joshi, 1944.
    47.
    Historical Development of Communist Movement in India, 1944. Edited & Pub. by Polit- Bureau cc Revolutionary Communist Party of India.
    48.
    Food in the Punjab by G Adhikari, 1944.PPH
    48.A.
    Manifesto of the Communists – Forward to a Free and Democratic French India, 1944.
    49.
    They Must Meet Again by P.C. Joshi, 1944.
    50.
    Light on League-Uninist Conflict by Sajjad Zaheer, 1944.PPH
    51.
    Food in the United Provinces by S.G. Sardesai, 1944.PPH
    51.A.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 5, 1944-45).
    52.
    The Meaning of Teheran for World Freedom & Peace by Earl Browder & R.P. Dutt, 1944. PPH, Bombay
    53.
    Enemies of the Peace: Profile of the ‘Hato-Russia’ Geng by Garlin Sender 1945. New Century Pub.
    54.
    Victory-whose by P.C. Joshi, 1945.PPH
    55.
    The New Sitaution and Our Tasks – Resolution of the CC of the CPI passed at its meeting in Dec. 1945.
    56.
    Vir Garhwali Sipahion Se Hawaldar Chander Singh “Garhwali Ki Duibat” (A Short Discussion of Chandra Singh “Garhwali” with Garhwali Soldiers), 1945. Pub: UP, CP
    57.
    India Today Series No. 4, History of the National Movement by R.P. Dutt, 1945.
    58.
    No More Famine Food for All by G. Adhikari, 1945. Pub: PPH
    59.
    British Soldier Looks at India – Letter of Clive Branson, 1945. PPH Bombay
    60.
    Communist Reply to Congress Working Committee’s Charges by P.C. Joshi, 1945.
    61.
    Sikh Homeland: Through Hindu-Muslim-Sikh Unity by G. Adhikari, 1945. Pub: PPH
    62.
    Death Pits in Our Land: How 200,000 Indian Miners Live and Work by S.A. Dange, 1945.
    63.
    A Dictionary of Terms and Quotations – Compiled from the Works of Lenin & Bell Thomas, 1945.
    64.
    Sakaler Swadhinata Chai – Issued by the CC of the CPI, 1945-46.
    65.
    Communisty Reply to Congress Working Committees Charges by P.C. Joshi, Part –II, 1945.
    66.
    Gandhi – Joshi Correspondence, 1945.
    66.A.
    Correspondence between Gandhi and P.C. Joshi,1945.
    67.
    Communist Reply to the Working Committee by P.C. Joshi, 1945.
    68.
    Congress Karayasameeti Ko Mommuniston Ka Javab (Communist Reply to Congress Working Committee) by P.C. Joshi, 1945.PPH, Bombay
    69.
    Lid off Andhra Anti-Communism by A.S.R. Chari, 1945.Pub: PPH Bombay
    70.
    Communist Reply to Congress Working Committee’s Charge by P.C. Joshi, 1945.
    71.
    Aftermath of Bengal Famine – Problem of Rehabilitation and Our Task by Panchugopal Bhaduri 1945, Pub: NBA Calcutta
    72.
    The Tata-Birla Plan will it work – by Ranadive B.T., 1945.Pub: PPH Bombay-duplicate
    73.
    Inside Bengal 1941-1944 – Forward Block and its Allies Versus Communist Party – by Bose Arun and Khoka Rai, 1945. Pub: PPH Bombay
    74.
    India and You – by S.A. Dange, Article reprinted from Daily worker,  1945.
    75.
    Your Tagore for Today – Selections from the Writings of Poet Rabindranath Tagore – Translated by Hirendranath Mukherjee – by Sanyal Hirankumar, 1945. PPH Bombay
    75.A.
    Russi Kranti Ka Etihas – 1905-1936 (The History of Russian), 1945. by R. Page Arnot
    75.B.
    Introduction to Marxism, No. 5 – Nationalities in Europe, by J. Winternitz1945
    75.C.
    Why is Marxism – Emile Burms, 1945.(N.T)
    75.D.
    Bow of Burning Gold – A Study of Subhas Chandra Bose – Hiren Mukherjee. PPH
    75.E.
    Marxist Study Themes – 3, British Road to Socialism – Part-II, National Independence and Fraternal Association, 1945.
    75.F.
    Marxist Study Themes – 3, British Road to Socialism – Part-II, National Independence and Fraternal Association, 1945.
    75.G.
    Adivasis Revolt – The Story of Warli Peasants in Struggle – Godavari, Parulekar, 1945. National Book Agency Private Ltd.
    75.H.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad  Vol. 6, 1945-46).
    76.
    Bharatiya Samaj Paddhati (Bharatiya Samaj Vigyan) by Dr. Bhupendra Nath Datta, 1946. Barman Publishing House
    77.
    Inspiring Story of the Historic R.I.N. Uprising by A. Victimised RIN Striker, 1946.Pub: PPH
    78.
    Fascism and Social Revolution – A Study of the Economics and Politics of the last stages of Capitalism in Decay by R.P. Dutt, 1946. Nationa Book Agency Ltd. Calcutta
    79.
    A New Chapter in Divide and Rule: Exposes Cabinet Mission’s Plan by R.P. Dutt, 1946. PPH
    80.
    Towards a People’s Navy: CPI 1946, Pub: PPH
    81.
    Freedom for India – the Truth about the Cabinet Mission’s Visit by R.P. Dutt, 1946.
    82.
    For the Final Bid for Power: Freedom Programme of Indian Communists –by P.C. Joshi, 1946.PPH
    83.
    Jagat Singh Aau Taur Sahanknimira by Ajay Ghosh, 1946 (in Bengali)
    84.
    The Aims of the Communist Party Marxism an Introductory Course in Five Parts, 1946.
    85.
    Bhagat Singh and his Comrades by one of their colleagues by Ajoy Ghosh, 1946.PPH, Bombay
    86.
    Declaration of Independence – Communist Party Resolution for the Constituent Assembly by R.P. Dutt. Pub: PPH Bombay
    87.
    Salute to Kashmir by Romesh Chandra, 1946.Pub: PPH
    88.
    Dange Fights Anti-Strike Bill – Speech in the Bombay Legislative Assembly, 1946. Pub:PPH
    89.
    Under Congress Ministry Blood Bath at Amalner Dange Demanda Justice for Murdered Workers, 1946.Pub: PPH
    90.
    Gadhar Viplabi by Randhir Singh, 1946. Pub: Bhartiya Communist Party Calcutta 1946
    91.
    Notes on the Bengal Renaissange by Amit Sen, 1946.PPH Bombay
    92.
    Vir Viplabi Suryasen by Niranjan Sen, 1946. Pub: CPI Calcutta
    93.
    A Short History of the Russian Revolution by R. Arnot Page, 1946.Pub: PPH
    93.A.
    S.I.R. Strike – For Security of Service, In Defence of their Union, 40,000 Workers fight back Railway Board’s Attack by N.K. Krishna & A.S. R. Chari, 1946. Pub:PPH
    93.B.
    Tebhaga Struggle 1946-47, Silver Jublee Memorial Vol., 1973.
    93.C.
    1-1/4 Crores Malyalees – EMS Namboodripad, 1946.
    93.D.
    Election Notification – Cochi State, Deenabandhu Press, Ernakulam, 1946.
    93.E.
    Marxist an Introductory Course in Five Parts – The Aims of the Communist Party,Pub: Adhunik, 1946.
    93.F.
    Trivandrum Communist Party is Asking for What, CPI Memorandum, 1946.
    94.
    Hindu & Muslim by Rabindranath Mukhopadhyaya, 1947.Pub: National Book Agency Calcutta
    95.
    Operation Asylum and you, 1947.PPH
    96.
    Indo-British Big Business Deals – New forms of Imperalist Exploitation by Arun Bose, 1947. Pub: PPH
    97.
    Memorandum to the Congress Working Committee from Andhra Committee of the CPI Bijaywada, 1947. Pub: PPH
    98.
    India’s Economic Crisis and its solution by B.I. Ranadive, 1947. Pub: PPH, Bombay
    99.
    Princistan Imperialism’s Next for Tomorrow by Romesh Chandra, 1947.PPH Bombay
    100.
    The Goondas of Karnatak – Memo to Congress Working committee from Karanatak Communist Party Provincial Committee, 1947. Pub: PPH
    101.
    United Provinces shall not go the Punjab – Way in the Name of Freedom, Honour and Bread, Resolution of the Provincial Committee of the Communist Party on the Communal Situation, 1947.
    102.
    Who Rules in Delhi – Memorandum to the Congress Working Committee of the CPI, 1947. Pub: PPH
    103.
    Marxwad Aur Ram Raj: for Rahulji ki Bharanti illusionment of Rahulji on Marxism and Ramraj by Karpatriji Shripujaya Swami Karpatrijee1947.
    104.
    Tricolour Shall Fly Over Hyderabad by Raj Bahadur Gour, 1947. Pub: PPH
    105.
    Land Fragments and our Farmer (Speech in the Bombay Assembly on the Bombay Fragmentation (Prevention) & Consolidation of Holding Act) by S.A. Dange, 1947.PPH
    106.
    Revolt of the Varlis by S.V. Parulekar, 1947. Pub: PPH Bombay
    107.
    A Guide to the Study of the History of the CPSU (B) – Syllabus for six Lectures with notes on Reading, 1947, Pub: PPH, Bombay
    108.
    Bleeding Punjab Warns by Dhanwantri P.C. Joshi, 1947. Pub: PPH Bombay
    109.
    Inside Vallore Jail Stop This Vindictivaness, P.C. Joshi’s Memo to Congress Working Committee Regarding Communist Detenus, 1947.Pub: PPH
    110.
    Jakhmi Punjab Ka Awaj by P.C. Joshi, 1947. Pub: Jan Prakash
    111.
    Problems of International Development – A Marxist Analysis by Kardelj Edvard, 1947. Pub: PPH Bombay
    112.
    Zamindar-Police Terror in Andhra – Memorandum to Congress Working Committee from Andhra Committee of the CPI, 1947. Pub: PPH Bombay
    113.
    Communist Statement of Policy for the Struggle for Full Independence and People’s Democracy, 1947. Pub: PPH, Bombay
    114.
    Pacific Act Peace or War, 1947. CP Publication
    115.
    Bhartiya Paristhiti (Indian Condition) by E. Zukov, 1947, Janprakashan Grih, Bombay
    116.
    Mountbatton Award and After – Political Resolution of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of India, 1947.Pub: PPH, Bombay
    117.
    On his 79th Birthday – Our Homage and Our Pledge, 1947.CPI, Pub: PPH Bombay
    118.
    A.A. Zhdanov on the International Situation Report made at the Conference of the Nine Communist Parties held in Poland, 1947.
    119.
    India’s Food Crisis – Memorandum on the Food Situation submitted by the CPI to the Government of Indian Union, 1947.PPH
    120.
    Communist Vol. I, No.6  Monthly Organ of the CPI by L. Eventov, 1947.
    120.A.
    Aaj Ka Bharat by R.P. Dutt, Part – I, 1947.- PPH, Bombay
    120.B.
    Aaj Ka Bharat by R.P. Dutt, Part – II, 1947. PPH, Bombay
    120.C.
    Bhartiya Reenessan andolan: (Indian Renaissance Movement) by M.N. Roy, 1947.
    120.D.
    Mahatma Gandhi Ki Bihar Yatra by V.S. Verma, 1947.
    120.E.
    Election Manifesto – Democracy or King’s Rule, All India Socialist Party.
    120F.
    Election Manifesto – Indian Socialist Party.
    120.G.
    Struggle for Hegemony in India 1920-47,Shashi Joshi, Sage Publications Culture Community and Power, Vol. III, 1941-47.
    120.H.
    Sir C.P.’s Reply to Nehru – Withdraw the Black Bills, Communist Reply to Sree Prakasan’s allegations, 1946.
    121.
    Down with Autocracy – Tasks before the States’ Peoples Movement, 1947, P.C. Joshi, Pub: PPH Bombay
    122.
    Open Letter to Congressmen – Raject the Policy of Repression on Communists of Defending Vested Interests of Suppressing Toilers by B.T. Ranadive, 1948. Pub: CPI
    123.
    May Day Manifesto of the Communist Party of India, 1948.
    124.
    Not People’s Raj but Police Raj by S.A. Dange, 1948. Published by CPI
    125.
    Strom over Hyderabad by Romesh Thapar, 1948. Kutub Publication
    126.
    CPSU Problems of Party Ideological Work Editorials from “Bolsheviks”, Theoretical Journal of the Soviet Communist Party, 1948.PPH, Bombay
    127.
    Pakistan ke Report per Com. Bhawani Sen ke Bhashan, IInd Congress of CPI, 1948.
    128.
    India’s March of “Freedom”, 1948. Pub: Indian Communists in Great Britain
    129.
    The Constitution of the Communist Party of India, Adopted by the Second Congress of the Communist Party of India, 1948. CP Publication
    130.
    Samajtantra Dal Kahader Birodhi by Ashvi Sen, 1948. National Book Agency, Calcutta
    131.
    The Sterling Balances Betrayal Sordid Story of their Accumulation Shameful Surrender of our Interests by the Chetty-Cripps Agreement by B.T. Ranadive, 1948.CP Publication
    132.
    Hyderabad’s Battle for new Democracy is yours, 1948. Hyderabad State Communist Committee.
    133.
    One Year of Freedom, 1948. CP Publication
    134.
    Second Congress of the CPI – Opening Report by Comrade B.T. Ranadive on the Draft Political Thesis, 1948. CP Publication
    135.
    Rajnitik Prastava – Hindustani Communist Party ka Doosari Congress main Swikrit, Calcutta 1948.
    136.
    Hindustani Communist Party ka Vidhan, 1948. – Passed in the IInd Congress.
    137.
    Hindustani Communist Party Ki Doosari Congress, 1948.
    138.
    The Marshall Plan in the Light of Realities by A. Leontyev, 1948.PPH
    138.A.
    A Study Guide – The cooperative Movement, 1948.
    139.
    Chandra Singh Garhwali Sanskhipt Parichaya by Chandra Singh Garwali 1948.
    140.
    Netara Kaun Pathe, 1948. CPI Publication Calcutta
    140.A.
    Marxism – An Introductory Course in Five Parts Capitalist Society, 1948.
    141.
    Marxism and the General Crisis of Capitalism by E. Verga, Author of Two Systems and the Great Crisis by B.T. Ranadive, 1948. PPH
    142.
    Comrade B.T. Ranadive ka Bhashan – Secnd Congress of Communist Party Publication 1948.
    143.
    Marshall Plan for Asia – Prosperity or Pauperization – A Communist Analysis, 1948. CP Publication
    144.
    America & Tritiya Yudher Chakrant – American Plot for Third World War by Malutosh Mitra, 1948.
    145.
    Statement of CC Land to the Tillers – Power to the Toiling Masses – Statement of CC based on Political Resolution of 2nd Congress for People’s Front Under Working Class Leadership, 1948.
    146.
    Why No Nationalisation – Government’s Industrial Policy Examined by B.T. Ranadive, 1948.
    147.
    Who Rules Pakistan, 1948.CP Publication
    147.A.
    Notes from the Gallows – Julius Fuchik, 1948.PPH
    148.
    Strikes and Production: - Reality and Myth by Romesh, 1948. CP Publication
    148.A.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 9, 1948)
    149.
    After Partition: - Indian Union and Pakistan by M.Alexeyev from the Bolshevik, 1948.
    150.
    India and the Unicef Conference by B.T. Ranadive, 1948. CP Publication
    151.
    The Constitution of the Communist Party of India – Adopted by the Second Congress of the Communist Party of India, 1948.
    152.
    Janavadi Kranti – Hindustani Communist Party ki Doosari Congress ke Rajnitik Prastava ke Masavida, 1948.Published by M.B. Raofor the Commnist Party of India, Bombay 4.
    153.
    On the Colonial Question by Lenin, Stalin, Zhukov, 1948.Bombay People Publishing House.
    153.A.
    The Yugoslav Road to Socialism – K. Damodaran, 1948.
    154.
    Communist Party’s Open Letter to the Member of the Working Committee of all India Congress Committee and to all Congressmen, 1948.
    155.
    Towards the Democratic Front to win Real Independence and People’s Democracy – Statement of Policy Central Committee, CPI, 1948.
    156.
    Communist Party Calls for – A Fighting Front of Toiling Millions; - Against Imperialists and their Collaborators; - for Freedom and Democracy; - Review of the Second Congress of the CPI, 1948.CP Publication
    157.
    Nehru Govt Declares War Against Toilers – communist Party attacked as People’s Vanguard; - Defeat the Capitalist-Landlord offensive by B.T. Ranadive, 1948.CP Publication
    158.
    One Year of People’s Struggles, 1948. CP Publication
    158.A.
    Malanazi Menance – Issued by Johannesburg Distt. Committee of the CPI, 1948.
    158.B.
    Falsifiers of History (Historical Survey), 1948. Pub: Foreign Languages Publishing House, Moscow
    158.C.
    Constitution of CPI.1948
    158.D.
    Malerialistic Interpretation of History by K. Damodaran, 1948.
    158.E.
    An Introduction to Marxism – K. Damodaran.
    158.F.
    Election Notification – Cochin Peoples Congress, 1948.
    158.G.
    Documents of the History of the Communist Party of India by M.B. Rao, Vol. VII, 1948.PPH
    158.H.
    Immortal Punnapravayalar – K.C. George, 1948.CPI
    158.I.
    Why Kanan Resigned? Election Leaflet by an Voter.
    158.J.
    Election Pamphlet – What State Congress should do to create a free Democratic Travancore, 1948.
    158.K.
    To held Communist Party in Municipal Panchayat Election, 1948.
    159.
    India from Primitive Communism to Slavery – A Marxist Study of Ancient History in Outline by S.A. Dange, 1949.PPH
    160.
    Ninth August Betrayed by Chandrandan Shukla, 1949.Agekadam Prakashan
    161.
    Communist Information Bureau Hungary Sammelan (Communist Information Bureau’s Hungariar Conference, 1949. News Publishers
    162.
    What is Happening in Hyderabad, 1949. CP Publication
    163.
    Chaka Bandher Gaon, Chitto Mitra, Oreintal People’s Press Calcutta 1949.
    164.
    Marx Vadi,CPI 1949.
    165.
    Rlymen Fight for Living Wage, 1949.Pub: V.M. Kaul for the CPI Bombay.
    166.
    Organisational Principles of CPSU(B) Article Issued by the Tass News Agency of USSR in India by G. Brovarsky, 1949.PPH
    167.
    Will There be an Atomic War by S Kesavan, 1949. PPH
    168.
    30 Years of Komsomel – Fresh Round of Student Struggle in India and Pakistan, 1949.
    169.
    The Struggle for Peace National Independence Working Class Unity – Resolutions and Reports of the meeting of Information Bureau of Communist and Workers Parties held in Hungary in Nov. 1949. CP Publication
    170.
    Analysis of the U.P. Zamindari Abolution Report, 1949. Published by V.M.Kaul for the CPI Bombay
    171.
    Communist Violence in India, 1949.
    172.
    An Inevitable Review of Certain Aspects of the Policies of the Indian Communist Leadership by S.K. Limaye, 1949. Pub: Navajeevan Sanghatana
    173.
    U.P. Pragatisheel Lekhak Sammelen, 1949.
    174.
    Review of Education Policy of Congress Government – Right Reformist Deviation on the Student Front, Young Guard, Vol. I, No. 2, 1949.
    175.
    Bombay Detenus’ Hunger-Strike enters 3rd week Condition of Dange Mirajkar and others serious :1949. CP Publication
    176.
    All India Student’s Federation Resolutions (adopted by the 12th Annual Conference 23-27 July 1949).
    177.
    Report of the AISF Secretariat – Presented to 12th Annual Conference Calcutta, 1949. Pub: AISF Bombay
    178.
    N.U.S. the Student I.N.T.U.C., 1949. Published for AISF, Bombay
    179.
    Vidrohi Hyderabad (Rebel Hyderabad) by Romesh Thapar, 1949.
    180.
    August 15 onward to Tasks ahead: – Communist Party’s appeal to the People of India, 1949. PPH Bombay
    181.
    Behind the Railway Enquiry Committee Report Conspiracy to attack Railway Workers by a Militant Railwayman, 1949.
    182.
    Bangla Sishu Telengana Lalganj, Chobbis Pargna Jela Communist Party, 1949.
    183.
    Marx Vadi (Part – III), 1949.
    184.
    A Critique of CPI’s Theses Leninism and Revisionism by Ajit Roy, 1949. Pub: Sirajul Islam Dacca
    185.
    Marxist Miscallany: Review of the Draft Consitution of India, 1949.(N.T)
    185.A.
    Karl Marx – Mazoodri Aur Punji, 1949. (N.T)
    185.B.
    How to be a Good Communist – Liu Shad-Chi, 1949.( N.T)
    185.C.
    Cochi-Travancore Merger, Cochi Distt. Congress, 1949. ( N.T)
    185.D.
    Ministry Rule Trivandrum – Forward to a Government; - Independent Kerala: A Slogan against Indian Democracy.
    185.E.
    EMSinte Sampoorna kritikal( Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 10, 1948-52)
    185.F.
    Communist Nos. 1,2&3, 1949.
    186.
    Imperialist Aggression in Kashmir, 1950. Mashal Publishing House, Bombay
    187.
    Foreign Capital in ‘Free’ India, 1950. Pub: V.M.Kaul for the CPI, Bombay
    188.
    Manifesto of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of India on the New Constitution, 1950. CP Publication
    189.
    Shanti Aur Swadhinta Keleye Hamara Sangharsh Aur Joshivadi Chele me Titovad, 1950.
    190.
    Imperialist Agression in Kashmir, 1950.Mashal Pub.
    191.
    Kashmire Samrajyavadi Akraman, Communist Party, 1950.
    192.
    Situation in India by R.P. Dutt, 1950.A Crossroads Publication
    193.
    Colonial Peoples’ Struggle for Liberation – Report to Institute of Economics and Pacific Institute of the Academy of Science, USSR, 1950.
    194.
    Forward Communist Party of India Political Thesis – Adopted at the Party Congress held at Kanpur, 1950.
    195.
    Indian Communist Movement on Turning Point, Lal Communist Party Hind Union, 1950.
    196.
    Waqut ke Aawaz by Amar Sheikh, 1950.
    197.
    Bhartiya Jantantra ke Panchvin Varsaganth per Pravada Aur Izavestiya ke Sempadkia, 1950.(Editorial of the Pravada and Izavestia on the 5th Anniversary of the Indian Democracy Republic) Pub: Jan Prakash, Lucknow
    198.
    Sharpening Crisis of the Colonial System After World War II by E.M. Zhukov, 1950. PPH Bombay
    199.
    New Stage in India’s Liberation Struggle by A.M. Dyakov, 1950.PPH
    199A
    Views, No.1, Under Red Banner: Self Criticism of Comrade P.C. Joshi, Howrah(Calcutta), May 1950
    200.
    Comrade Abroad and B.T. Ranadive: Views I by P.C. Joshi, 1950.
    201.
    Classical Work on the Principles of Bolshevik Tactics by A. Kosulnikov, 1950.PPH
    202.
    Forward Communist Party of India – Political Thesis Adopted at the Party Congress held at Kanpur, Feb. 1950.
    203.
    Documents for Discussion by P.C. Joshi – Peace Movement Mistakes and Tasks by P.C. Joshi, 1950. Pub: ‘Adhunik’
    204.
    Communist Party of India by P.C. Joshi, 1950. Lal Communist Party
    205.
    Real Face of Democratic Socialism – A Critique of the Policy and Programme of the Socialist Party of India by R. Gupta, 1950. GP Publication
    206.
    Howrah Jeela Committee Atmasamalochna, 1950. Pub: CPI Howrah Jeela Committee, Howrah
    207.
    Fight for Democratic Education, 1950. Pub: All India Students’ Federation, Bombay.
    208.
    Strength of a communist Party Lies in Unity and Iron Discipline by G. Gak – Criticism and Self Criticism by D. Troshin, 1950. Pub. Adhunik
    209.
    A Note on the Editorial of the Communist from Dated 27th Jan. 1950.
    210.
    The Working Class and its Allies by G. Brovarsky, 1950. PPH
    211.
    Documents for Discussion by P.C. Joshi – For a Mass Policy by P.C. Joshi, 1950.
    211.A.
    Korea After the Second World War by F.I. Shabshina, 1950. PPH
    211.B.
    Naya Ganatantra Saman Samaj Tantra (New Democracy vs. Socialism), 1950.by Socialist Book Craft
    211.C.
    Acts and Resolutions of the Congress Second World Congress of the Defenders of Peace (The World Peace Council Elected by Congress), Warsaw, 1950.
    211.D.
    A Critique of Communist Movement in India by Shibdas Ghosh, 1950.
    211.E.
    Sreeman C.V. Kuju Rama’s Speech (Travancore Rashtriya Conference), IVth yr Committee1950.
    211.F.
    Oppression in India by D.N. Pritt, 1950.
    211.G.
    An Open Letter to Pandit J. Nehru by M.N. Govindan Nair, Sec. CPI, Kerala State
    - To Socialism; Manifesto to Panchayat Election; Speech by Com. Ajay Kumar Ghosh, Gen. Sec. CPI at Fort Cochi on Kerala Election; Jaya Prakash and Socialist Org.; Communist and Pakistan. 1950.
    212.
    On the All India Party Conference – Resolution of Greetings to the Communist Parties of the World, etc…etc… Party Letter, No. 4, 1951.
    212.A.
    Election Mainfesto of the Communist Party Of India, 6th August 1951.
    213.
    Statement of Policy of the Communist Party of India, 1951. CP Publication
    213.A.
    Progamme of the Communist Party of India, adopted by the All India Party Conference, October 1951.
    214.
    Communist Kiya Chahte Hain (What do communist want), Shio Verma Marxist Study Series No. 1, 1951. Prabhat Publishers, Lucknow
    215.
    Manoeuvres of British Imperialism in Ceylon. 1951.S.V. Pokrovsky, PPH
    216.
    Documents for Discussion – Telengana and the Rajeshwar Rao Leadership by O.P. Sangal, 1951. Published by N.C. Jain, Allahabad
    217.
    Economic Data Relating to some Statement in the Draft Programme issued by CPI, 1951.Published by him for the Communist Party of India, Bombay
    218.
    Inner Party Discussion Pamphlet No.1 – Suggestion and Criticisms on Draft Programme and Policy Statement, 1951.
    219.
    Janvadi Morcha aur Sarahara Netritva – Democratic Front and Proletarian Leadership by Ajay Kumar Ghosh, 1951. Pub: Janyug UP
    220.
    Draft Programme of the Communist Party of India, 1951.CP Publication
    221.
    The Nehru Five Year Plan by S.G. Sardesai, 1951.Pub: PPH, Bombay
    222.
    The Peasant Question in Kerala by S. Parameshwaram, 1951.PPH
    223.
    The Communist Culture Front by Rohit Dave, Pub: Democractic Research Service
    223.A.
    British Road to Socialism, 1951. Pub:
    224.
    Economic Data Relating to some Statement in the Draft Programme, 1951.
    225.
    Programme of the Communist Party of India – Adopted by the All India Party Conference, 1951. CP Publication
    226.
    Party Letter No. 1 – For Members of the Communist Party only issued by the Secretariat of the CPI, 1951.
    227.
    Forward to the Election Campaign Party Letter – for the Party Members only, No. 2, 1951.PPH, Bombay
    228.
    We are Lagging Behind – Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case; - Correspondents for Crossroads; - Death Anniversary of Com. Krishna Pillai, Party Letter No. 3, 1951.
    229.
    Problems of the Mass Movement by P.C. Joshi, 1951.Pub: N.C. Jain, Allahabad
    230.
    Draft Programme of the Communist Party of India – Isued by the P.B., CPI, 1951.
    231.
    Arajkatavad Ya Samajbad by Stalin, 1951.Adhunik Pub.
    231.A.
    Masani, Communist Party in India, 1951.
    231.B.
    Kashmir and the Conspiracy Against Peace – Rajbans Krishen, 1951.PPH
    231.C.
    On Inner Party Struggle – LIU SHAO-CHI, 1951.PPH, Bombay
    231.D.
    Religious Freedom in Russia – Tr. By C. Unniraja, 1951. Marxist Book Stall Kozhicode.
    231.E.
    Any Time We Can Unite – Can’t Party’s Reply to Pravaham.
    231.F.
    Cultivators’ Problem in Kerala.
    231.G.
    Land to the Cultivator – C.J. Thomes.
    231.H.
    Communist Party the Inheritant of the Struggle Wegecy of Malayalies, 1951.
    231.I.
    Principles of Indian Communist Party, July 1951.
    231.J.
    Programme of Indian Communist Party, 1951.
    231.K.
    Communist Party Members only Party Letter on Election, October 1951.
    231.L.
    Election Manifesto, AICC, 1951.
    231.M.
    Election Manifesto of the CPI – the Case for the Telengana Twelve A.K. Gopalan’s Appeal on behalf of the Communist Party to accede the need of Workers, communist Party’s Election Manifesto.
    231.N.
    Reolution in Telengana 1946-1951.
    231.(O).
    The Communist Party in India – M.R. Masani, The Pacific Affairs, Vol. XXIV, No.1, March 1951.
    231.(P).
    BTR’s Self Critical Report.
    232.
    Party Letter Party Chithi, No. 2, May, 1952.CPI
    233.
    PB Note on Party Letters, Party Letter No. 6, 1952.
    234.
    Marxwadi, Aaj Ki Duniya Me by Jayaprakash Narayan,  Patna Socialist Party1952.
    235.
    Balia Ke Viron Ko Phanai Se Bachao by Shanti Tyagi, 1952.
    236.
    Left Socialist Group, Policy Statement, 1952.
    237.
    The New Ideology of ‘Democratic Socialism’ by Ajoy Kumar Ghosh, 1952.PPH
    237.A.
    Today’s India (Innathe India), Part II, A.M. Dayakov, 1952.
    237.B.
    Manifesto of the Communist Party – K. Marx & F. Engels, 1952. Progress Publishers
    238.
    Zamindari Unmulan: Politico-Economic Study Series No. 2 by Shankardyal Tiwari. Hindustani CP Ki Uttar Pradeshiya Committee, 1952.
    239.
    Eikeyer Shakti Jayee Haibei by Jyoti Bose, 1952., NBA Calcutta
    240.
    U.P. Zamindari Abolition by P.C. Joshi, Political Economic Study Series No. 4.Pub: UP State Committee CPI
    240.A.
    Document for Discussion Peace Movement – Mistakes and Tasks – P.C. Joshi, Adhunik Prakashan
    241.
    Theories and Practice of the Socialist Party of India by Ajoy Kumar Ghosh, 1952. PPH
    241.A.
    Marxism – Leninism on Basis and Superstructure, 1952, D.I. Chesnokov, PPH
    242.
    Let us Work Together by EMS Namboodripad, 1952.
    243.
    Yah Hai Punchayati Raj by Shiv Kumar Mishra, 1952.UP, PC of CPI
    243.A.
    Marxvad Parchiyamala – Shiv Verma, 1952, Samajvadi Sahitya Sadan, Lucknow
    244.
    The Question of an Obligatory State Language in India by Dr. Rambilas Sharma, 1952.PPH
    245.
    Foreign Capital in India by Prem Sagar Gupta, 1952. PPH
    246.
    Praja Socialism, Monopoly’s Pawn by Edatata Narayanan, 1952.PPH
    247.
    Socialism Party up Vishesh Adhiveshan,(Socialist Party, Special Conference : Hardoi)1952.
    247.A.
    Hathkargha Udhyog and Bunkaron Ke Samasyayon by A.B. Bardhan, 1952.(N.T)
    248.
    Nehru Sarkar Swarup by Bhupesh Gupta, CPI1952.
    249.
    The NationalQuestion in Kerala by EMS Namboodripad, 1952.
    249.A.
    Marxvad Parchiyamala Aur Samajvad Janvad – Shiv Verma, 1952.
    250.
    The Nehru 5 – Year Plan by S.G. Sardesai, 1952.Pub: PPH Bombay
    250.A.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol 11-1952 )
    251.
    Agrarian Crisis in India and the Reactionary Plans: by Bhowani Sen, 1952. PPH
    252.
    On the Results of the General Elections and Tasks before the Party by Ajoy Ghosh, Party Letter No. 5, 1952.
    253.
    On the Indian Trade Union Movement by S.A. Dange,1952.CP Publication.
    254.
    On the Agrarian Question in India by EMS Namboodripad, 1952.PPH
    255.
    For a People’s Food Policy – Issued by the Sub-committee, People’s United Food Committee Bombay and Maharashtra, 1952.
    255.A.
    Communism Ajay Hai – Acharya Dipankar, 1952.
    256.
    The Indian Elections by R.P. Dutt, 1952.PPH
    257.
    For Third Party Congress – Research Unit of the WBPC, CPI, 1952.
    258.
    History of May Day – Trachtenberg Alexender, 1952.PPH
    259.
    Food Achilies’ Heel of Indian Economy by EMs Namboodripad, 1952.PPH
    259.A.
    Samajvikas yojanenech Vestraharan by N.D. Patil, 1952.
    259.B.
    Communism: The According to Marx Lenin Stalin Mao-Tse-Tung, Democratic Research Service, 1952.
    259.C.
    Ravisionism Against Revisionalism – Moni Guha, Organ of Modern Revision Series No.2, 1952.
    259.D.
    Lassions from Chinese Revolution by Mao Se Tung.
    259.E.
    Today’s India, Part – I – A.M. Dyakov, Tr. K. Damodaran, 1952.
    259.F.
    Today’s India, Part- II – A.M. Dyakov, Tr. K. Damodaran, 1952. Navayugan Pub. Oct. 1952 (Malyalam)
    259.G.
    Hundred Years gains of Working Cass – S.A. Dange, Dec. 1952.
    259.H.
    Labour and Capital – Karl Marx, Progressive Liberation, Kollam, Jan. 1952.
    259.I.
    Father Vadakan’s Pamphlet to Joseph Mundasseery
    -          Is Socialist Unity Good for the Nation?
    -          AKG’s speech in the Parliament against Laws and Unlaws.
    -          Communist Party’s D.C. Planum Main Point.
    -          Penjayat Board Election Notification
    -          Is Praja-Socialist Unity Good for the Country?
    -          Documents and works of Indian Socialist Party
    -          Against Administrative Rule and for Democratic United Ministry
    -          Praja Socialism: Monopoly’s Pawn
    -          For a Democratic Government in Madras State
    -          New Rice Procurement Plan in Thru-Kochi
    -          To Elimiante the Current Problems of Thiru-Kochi.
    259.J.
    Stalin’s Thesis and CPSU Congress: Resolution by CPI, Kerala State Committee, 1952. (Malayalam)
    260.
    Resolutions of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of India – Adopted at its meeting in Bombay, 1953.CPI
    261.
    Some Problems of T.U. Unity, Party Letter No. 7, 1953.
    262.
    Alternative Proposal of the CC’s Draft Amendments to the Constitution of the CPI – Submitted by the Education Unit, 1953.
    263.
    Mao Ke China Me (in Mao’s China) by Devwrat, 1953.
    264.
    Indian Monopoly Capital and People’s Democratic Revolution by P. Ramamurty, Research Unit. W.B.P.C, CPI, 1953.
    264.A.
    Resolutions of the Central Committee of the CPI adopted at its meeting in Bombay, March 1953.CPI
    265.
    The New American Meance – Communist Party Publication on the US Pakistan War Pact by Ajoy Ghosh, 1953. CPI Publication
    266.
    On Collective Functioning – 1953.
    -          Editorials from the Journal;
    -          For a Lasting Peace;
    -          For a People’s Democratic, A CP Publication
    267.
    The Present Organisational Position in the Provinces, Party Letter No. 1, 1953.CP Publication
    267.A.
    A Note on Party Education in West Bengal, Party Letter No. 8 1953.
    268.
    The Extended Plenum of the Central Committee, Party Letter No. 2, Jan. 1953.
    269.
    Report of the Work of the Central Control Commission (From Oct. 1951 to Jan. 1953) by S.V. Ghate, Party Letter No. 3, March 1953.CPI
    270.
    Party Fund Collections in Krishna District (Andhra), Party Letter No. 4, April 1953. CP Publication
    271.
    On the Urdu Daily ‘Naya Zamana’ Published by Communist Party of India, Party Letter No. 6, June 1953.
    271.A.
    Marxism and Family Life – K. Damodaran (Malayalam).Prabhatam Book House, Kollam
    272.
    Resolution of the National Council of the Communist Party of India: March 1953, CP Publication
    273.
    New Age (Monthly Political) by Ajoy Ghosh, Vol. II, No. 9, 1953.
    274.
    Indian Monopoly Capital: A Brief Outline by Ajit Roy, 1953.
    275.
    Party Organisation – Adopted by the Central Committee of the CPI, Lucknow, 1953. Janyug Publication.
    276.
    Peasant Uprising in India by L. Natarajan, Bombay, 1953.PPH
    277.
    The Defect of two Manoeuvres – A Note by S.A. Dange, for Party Members only, 1953.
    277.A.
    What is Marxvad – Emil Berns, 1953.
    277.B.
    The Crisis of Indian Economy, B.T. Ranadive, 1953.PPH
    278.
    Alternative Proposal to the CC’s Draft Amendments to the Constitution of the CPI (proposed by education unit, West Bengal P.C.) 1953.
    279.
    A Review of the Struggle Against Increase in Tramfares in Calcutta – Adopted in the P.C. Meeting held on 4th – 5th Sept. 1953.CPI WB Committee.
    279.A.
    Born of the People by Luis Trauc with a forward by Paul Robeson, 1953.PPH
    279.B.
    Draft Programme of the Communist Party of India, 1952.
    279.C.
    Panchayath Bylla (Malayalam) C. Achuthamenon’s Preface, 1953.Prabhathan Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd. Kollam
    279.D.
    Communist Murder Mechinery from Trasky toBariya – P. Keshav Dev, 1953.
    279.E.
    Readers’ Guide to the Marxist Classics – Prepared and Edited by Maurice Cornforth.
    279.F.
    Kashmir Lessons – CC Resolutions of CPI Fight for New Kashmir Programme – EMS Namboodripad (Malayalam).
    279.G.
    An Open Letter to Pandit Nehru – M.N. Govindan Nair, 1953.
    279.H.
    Congress Yesterday and Today – EMS Namboodripad, April 1953.
    279.I.
    Patriotism and Globalism by S. Titareco, Tr. K.P.G. Namboodri, 1953.Prabhathan Pub.
    279.J.
    Political Resolution of CPI, Bombay, Kerala State Committee, 1953.
    279.K.
    Communist Murder Machine from Trosky to Baria – P. Kesavadev, 1953.
    279.L.
    Organisational Report of CPI,Pub: Kerala State Committee, 1953.
    279.M.
    Strengthen the Communist Party for Country’s Freedom and Presperity – K. Damodaran, Jan. 1953.
    279.N.
    Aprakashite Rajnitik Itihas – Dr. Bhupendra Nath Dutta, 1953. Navbharat Publishers.
    279.O.
    Biplaber Padachinna, Bhupendra Nath Dutta, 1953.Sarassati Library, Calcutta
    279.P.
    Communist Party’s Memorandum to Justice Wanchoo – 1953.
    -          Programme of CPI Accepted by the Third Party Congress;
    -          Mandrothuruth Democratic Front;
    -          Rights and Responsibilities of Panchayat Unity;
    -          Communist Party’s Panchayat Election Manifesto.
    279.Q.
    My Experience in Soviet Union – A.K.G.’s Personal Diary Part-I, 1953.
    279.R.
    Religion in Soviet Union and Democratic China.
    -          Draft Report to 6th Session All India Progressive Writers Association;
    -          Review Report, CPI Third Malabar Conference;
    -          Panchayat Board Should Democratised;
    -          Resolutions of the Central Committee of the CPI;
    -          United Kerala;
    -          Why are Party rule in Soviet Russia?
    280.
    Communist conspiracy at Madurai with full text of Secret Documents, Bombay, for the Democratic Research Service, 1954.
    281.
    Resolutions on Party Organisation: Delhi Community Party of India, 1954.
    282.
    National Economic Construction and Peasants: by EMS Namboodripad, 1954.PPH
    282A
    Memorandum to be submitted by the kerela state council of the communist party of India 1961.
    283.
    On Organisation by EMS Namboodripad, Delhi Communist Party of India, 1954. Pub: CPI
    284.
    On the Decision of theCentral Committee of the CPI by Ajoy Ghosh, Delhi, CPI, 1954. CP Publication
    285.
    Fight for Swedeshi by Indulal Yajnik, 1954.PPH
    286.
    The Indian Plan (A Critical Survey) by BT Anadive, 1954. Pub: Current Book House.
    286A
    Travancore- Kochin-A Bill Presented Nerumpalta Kkudyan 1954 (Malayalam)
    287.
    Some Problems of Indian History by S.A. Dange, Reprinted from New Age Monthly, No. 9, Sept. 1954.
    288.
    On the Law of Maximum Profits and the Economic Outlook in the USA by Catharine Welland Marry  Noris 1954. PPH
    288.A.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal Sanchika 15 January-December 1954 – P. Govinda Pillai, 1954. Publishers: Chintha Publishers Thiruvananthapuram for AKG Centre for Research and Studies
    289.
    Economic Developmentin India and China (1950-53) by P.K. Gupta, 1954.Pub: PPH
    290.
    Government Labour Policy and the Bank Case by S.A. Dange, 1954.PPH
    290.A.
    On the Work of the Third Congress of the CPI – Ajoy Ghosh, 1954.
    290.B.
    British Guinea & Tranencore – Cochin Election – C. Unniraju, 1954. Prabhath Book House, Kollam, 1954.
    291.
    Main Communist Kyon Nahi Huon by Nirupam Bhattacharya & others, 1954.Prachi Prakashan, Calcutta
    292.
    Quest for Life by S. Mahmuduzzafar, Bombay, 1954.PPH
    292.A.
    Stalin, 1954.
    292.B.
    Land for Tillera – Against Eviation, 1954.
    292.C.
    The Self Criticism which Hides the Mistakes, CPI, E.M.S. Namboodiripad.
    293.
    Programmes of the Communist Party of India, Adopted by the Third Party Congress, Madurai, Dec. 17, 1953 to Jan. 4, 1954.
    293.A.
    The Communist Party of India, A Short History by M.R. Masani, 1954. Derek Vershoyle Ltd, London
    293.B.
    The Crisis of Indian Economy – B.T. Ranadive, 1954.PPH
    293.C.
    Thozhilali Varganetritwavum Jnnadhipathya Prsthanavu – Ajay Ghosh, 1954.
    293.D.
    Thoukochi State Committee, Communist Party, Nov. 27, Dec, 2, 1954.Navaloka Press, Kollam
    293.E.
    PoliticalResolution of CPI Third Madura Congress, Ja. 1954.
    293.F.
    Oppenent’s Love for Baziya – K. Damodaran, Jan. 1954. Prabhathan
    293.G.
    Thru-Cochi – Election Manifesto of Communist Party – C. Achutha Menon, 1954.Prabhathan.
    293.H.
    United Front and United Democratic Government – EMS Namboodripad, Jan. 1954.Prabhath, Kollam.
    293.I.
    Communist Party and India’s Foreign Policy – EMS Namboodripad, 1954. Prabhathan
    293.J.
    Marxism and the Family Life. (Malayam) 1954.
    293.K.
    Working Class Leadership and the Democratic Movement – Ajoy Ghosh.
    293.L.
    It United front get the Mahority – EMS Namboodripad, 1954. Prabhat Pub.
    293.M.
    A Preface to Marxism by K. Damodaran, 1954.National Book Stall.(Malyalam)
    293.N.
    Bill on Thiruvithankoor-Kochi Tenancy – Land for the Tenant.
    -          A Study on the Past Congress Rule;
    -          United Front’s United Govt. go ahead!;
    -          Enquiry into the Student Struggle in Indore and Subsequent Events Leading to firing;
    -          Religion and God of Muslim League;
    -          Is Opposition in Soviet Russia?
    -          An Open Letter to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru;
    -          The Peasant in National Economic Construction, EMS Namboodripad;
    -          Unity win People will rule, 1954.
    293.O.
    Regarding the People’s Democratic Front in Hyderabad, Party Letter No. 1, Feb. 1954.
    293.P.
    Communist Movement in India – Communist Ideology in Action, the Communist Movement in Independent India, 1954.
    293.Q.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collection Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 24, (March 1953 to August 1955).
    294.
    Goa What Next by S.A. Dange, 1959. CP Publication
    294.A.
    Communist Party in the Struggle for Peace Democracy and National Advance, CPI, Publication 1955.
    295.
    Communist Party in the Struggle for Peace Democracy and National Advance, 1955. A CPI Publication
    295.A.
    Opening Speech at the Extended Meeting of the West Bengal State Committee of the Communist Party of the India, Nov. 3, 1955.
    296.
    The Way Forward (for the Countries within the sphere of British Imperalism by R.Palme Dutt), 1955. Pub: NBA
    296.A.
    For Party Members Only – Forum – 7, Fourth Party Congress Document No. 10, Notes on Foreign and Internal Policies of the Congress and our attitude towards them, S.A. Dange. Communist Party Publication. 1955.
    297.
    Peoples Democratic Front (Programme and Constitution) Hyderabad: Adopted at the Convention held on 11-13 Oct. 1955 at Hyderabad.
    297.A.
    Communist Party and Problems of National Reconstruction, CPI, 1955.
    298.
    Amendments to the Party Programme – Adopted by the Central Committee for placing before the Fourth Party Congress, 1955.CP Publication
    298.A.
    Nehru’s Socialism – A Hoax – Ajoy Ghosh, CPI, 1955.
    299.
    An Outline for a Party Policy by Ravi Narayan Reddy, 1955.CPI
    300.
    Communist Party and Problems of National Reconstruction, CPI, 1955. CP Publication.
    301.
    Communist Party and Problems of National Reconstruction, CPI, July, 1955. Pub: D.P. Sinha for CPI
    302.
    Indian Land System and Land Reforms by Bhowani Sen, 1955.PPH, Delhi.
    303.
    Nehru’s Socialism – A Hoax by Ajoy Ghosh, 1955. CP Publication
    304.
    For Victory in Andhra by P. Sundarayya, 1955. CP Publication
    305.
    Forward to the Liberation of Goa by S.G. Sardesai, 1955. CP Publication
    305.A.
    Central Committee Resolution – Indian Communist Party, 1955. Prabhath Book House, Eranakulam
    306.
    Shanti Janvad aur Rastriya Pragati Ke Sangharsh Me PI (CPI in the Struggle in the Struggle for peace Democracy and National Progress) – CC Resolution, 1955. Pub: Jan Prakash Lucknow.
    307.
    Communist Party in the Struggle for Peace Democracy and National Advance, 1955. A CPI Publication
    308.
    Party Chithee, West Bengal Committee, CPI, 1955.
    309.
    Party Letter, CC of the CPI, 1955.
    310.
    Nehru and Indian Communism by Ajoy Ghosh Friends in Telengana by D.N. Pritt, Q.C. Labour Monthly, A Magazine of Labour Unity, 1955.
    310.A.
    Kashmir and its Future – Harkishan Singh Surjeet, 1955.PPH
    311.
    Some Questions of Party Policy by Ajoy Ghosh, 1955. CP Publication.
    312.
    On the Slogan of a “New Path” – Fourth Party Congress Document No. 7 by Ajoy Ghosh, 1955. CP Publication.
    313.
    Forum Fourth Party Congress Document No. 2, - Issued by the Central Committee of the CPI, 1955. CP Publication
    314.
    Forum Fourth Party Congress Document No. 2, - Issued by the Central Committee of the CPI, 1955.
    315.
    Forum No. 3, Fourth Party Congress Document No. 5, 1955. CP Publication
    316.
    Forum No. 4, Fourth Party Congress Document No. 6, 1955. Communist Party Publication
    317.
    Forum No. 5, Fourth Party Congress Document No. 8, 1955. CP Publication
    318.
    Forum No. 6, Fourth Party Congress Document No. 9, 1955. CP Publication
    319.
    Forum No. 7, Fourth Party Congress Document No. 10, 1955.
    319.A.
    Telengana Ka Kisan Adolan by Satyadev Shastri, 1955.PPH, N.Delhi
    319.B.
    India’s Industrialism (How)? – Ajoy Ghosh, 1955. (N.T)
    319.C.
    Communism-What for What, and How? – K. Damodaran, 1955.
    319.D.
    Communist Party and the Problems of National re-Construction, 1955.CPI Publication.
    319.E.
    Resolution of the Central Committee (CPI), 1955.
    319.F.
    An Era Victory of Socialism and Communalism, 1955. (N.T)
    319.G.
    Communists Changing their Principles – K. Damodaran, 1955. Prabhathan Kezhikede.
    319.H.
    Central Committee Resolution – Ajoy Ghosh, 1955.
    319.I.
    Some of our Important Programmer – Ajoy Ghosh,  Marxist Bookstall,Gen. Secy1955.
    319.J.
    India’s Foreign Policy – A Way to People’s Democracy – K. Damodaran, Forum No. 1, 1955.
    319.K.
    Programme of CPI to discussion the All India Party Conference.
    -          Govt. of Thirukochi Land Reforms Bill;
    -          Memorandum submitted to Hon’ble Minister for Home Affairs, Govt. of India;
    -          Thiru-Kochi Tenancy Act., 1955.
    319.L.
    Blowing up India by Phlip Spratt, 1955.
    319.(M).
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 16, 1954-56), P. Govinda Pillai, Chintha Publishers.
    320.
    Political Resolution, Adopted at the Fourth Congress of the CPI, 1956.CP Publication
    321.
    Two Systems: A Balance Sheet by Ajoy Ghosh, 1956. CP Publication
    321.A.
    Forum, Fourth Party Congress Document no. 9, 1955. CPI Publication
    322.
    Labour Monthly, Reprinted Jan. 1956.Pub: NBA.
    322.A.
    End Five Year Plan & Farmers – N.E. Balram, 1956.Prabhat Book House.
    323.
    New Perspectives: Jayprakash Narayan’s Letter to Communist Friends with Ajoy Ghosh’s Observations, 1956. CP Publication
    323.A.
    Kerala State Committee of the CPI, 1956.
    324.
    Bihar Diary: The Glourious August Days by Girija Kumar Sinha, 1956.PPH
    324.A.
    About Hungry, Jayaprakas’ Ex-Party Decision – N.E. Balram, 1956.
    325.
    Agrarian Reforms: A Study of the Congress and Communist Approach by EMS Namboodripad, 1956.
    326.
    A Socialist Summer by David Cohen, 1956.PPH
    326.A.
    Notes on Foreign and Internal Policies of the Congress and our Attitude towards them:
    -          Fourth Party Congress document No. 10;
    -          Forum No. 7; issued by the CC of the CPI, 1956.
    326.B.
    New Age (Political Monthly of Communist Party) by Ajoy Ghosh, Vol. V, No. 1, Jan. 1956.
    326.C.
    Communist (Bhartiya Communist Party Ka Monthly Patra) Vol. 11, No. 4, Jan. 1956.
    326.D.
    Some Forms of Transition from Capitalism to Socialism by A. Sovolev with an Introduction by Ajoy Ghosh, 1956.CPI
    326.E.
    Communism and Social democracy – Is the Gulf Really Wide; Revised and Enlarged by EMS Namboodripad, 1956.CPI
    326.F.
    CPI Kerala State Committee to Implement Kerala State Committee decisions.
    -          Review Report, CPI Third Kochi State Committee;
    -          Communists in Parliament;
    -          To get Ready for election on the basis of Problems;
    -          Nagas the real Story, 1956.
    326G
    Programme of the United Leftists’ Committee, Februrary 1950, NBA Calcutta.CPI (in Bengali)
    327.
    Report of the General Selection in Bombay Published by  S.A. Dange, for Samyukta Maharastra Election Samiti, Bombay 4 1957.
    327.A.
    Amritsar Congress of the Communist Party by Ajoy Ghosh – A Review of the Special Congress, April 6-13, 1958. Published by CPI, N. Delhi
    328.
    Election Manifesto of the Communist Party of India, 1957. CP Publication
    328.A.
    Review of the Second General Elections Central Committee Communist Party of India.PPH, N. Delhi
    329.
    Reeview of the Second General Elections CC, CPI, 1957. CP Publication
    330.
    Focus on Agriculture by N. Prasad Rao, 1957.
    330.A.
    The First Communist Ministry in Kerala, 1957-59. – Georges Kristoffel Listen.
    331.
    Kerala Men Communist Shasan: Chhe Mahine Ki Pragti, (Communist Ministry of Kerala Six Months Achivements), K. Gopalan, Janshakti Prakashan 1957.
    331.A.
    First Communist Ministry in Kerala 6th Months Communist Rule – Ani Joseph, Scholar Press, Ennakulam1957.
    332.
    Communist in Parliament by A.K. Gopalan and Hiren Mukherjee, 1957. CP Publication
    333.
    Kerala: Problem and Possibilities by EMS Namboodripad, 1957. CP Publication
    334.
    Bharatiya Communist Party Ka Chunav Ghoshna Patra, (CPI Election Manifesto), 1957.
    335.
    Do ends Justify Means by Howard Selsam, 1957.PPH
    335.A.
    Communist’s of Socialist Countries – Declaration of Workers Parties, Dashabhimani Press, Kozhikode 1957.
    336.
    Tisari Party Congress Ke Sabak (Lesson of the third party congress) by Ajoy Ghosh.CPI, Janyug Prakashan
    336.A.
    Central Resolution of Communist Party –  Ernakulam1957.CPI
    337.
    Focus on Monopoly by Amar Sen, 1957. CP Publication
    338.
    Focus on the Public Sector by Sailen Ghosh, 1957. CP Publication
    338.A.
    Dialectatical Materialism, Vol. I, by Maurice Corforth, 1957.NBA, Calcutta
    339.
    On Taxation by Amit Das Gupta, 1957. CP Publication
    339.A.
    Selected Publications of the Communist Party Restoring congress Rule – EMS Namboodripad.
    340.
    Second Five Year Plan: A Critique by Bhupesh Gupta, 1957. CP Publication
    340.A.
    An Evalaution of Election Manifesto – Congress, P.S.P. League – C. Unniraja, 1957.
    341.
    Communist Party Ka Chunav Ghoshna Patra (CPI Election Manifesto), 1957.
    341.A.
    Cooperative Movements and Communists – E. Gopalkrishna Menon, 1957. Prabhath Publication.
    342.
    Focus on Unemployment by K.P. Subramanya Menon, 1957. CP Publication
    342.A.
    Communist Party Central Committee, (SamkhdanaPremeyam) CPI Publication , Prabhath Book House1957. (Malayalam).
    342.B.
    Resolution of the Central Committee of Communist Party, 1957. CPI Publication, Prabhath Book House
    342.C.
    Our Activities in Indian Parliament:
    -          Ministry rule of Trivandrum;
    -          Anti-Bill strike what is next?;
    -          Communists Ministry’s ideology;
    -          Violence against Bill: What is next?
    -          Communism and Social Democracy;
    -          Memorandum submitted by the Palghet district Kandholders Association, 1957.
    342.D.
    Focus on the Public Sector:
    -          A Development plan for the People
    -          Election Manifesto;
    -          CPI-Kerala State Committee Election Manifesto;
    -          CPI’s Election Notification;
    -          Election Review, 1957.
    342.E.
    An Open Letter to the Christian Voter, 157.(N.T)
    342.F.
    Rebellion, 1857 (A Symposium)
    -          K.M. Ashraf
    -          James Bryne
    -          P.C. Joshi
    -          Gopal Halder
    -          Chang Chen-Kun, etc., 1957.PPH
    342.G.
    Communist in Kerala, Charges against Government by J.B. Kripalani, 1957.
    342.G(i).
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 17, (Nov. 1956- Jan. 1957), P.Govinda Pillai, Chintha Publishers.
    342.H.
    Kerala Problems and Possibilities – EMS Namboodripad, 1957.CPI
    342.I.
    Memorandum submitted to the President, Indian Republic on behalf of the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee, 1957.
    342.J.
    Memorandum Presented to the President of the Indian Republic by the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee, 1957.
    342.K.
    What is Happening in Kerala – CVK Panikkar, Revolutionary Socialist Party, 1957. Published for the RSP Central Office, by Sushil Bhattacharya Delhi.
    343.
    New Age (Political Monthly of Communist Party by Ajoy Ghosh, CI, Vol., VII, No. 1, 1958.
    344.
    Towards A Mass Communist Party by Ajoy Ghosh, 1958.CP Publication
    344.A..
    Resolutions of the Communist Party of India Adopted at the Extraordinary Party Congress, Amritsar, April 1958.
    345.
    Resolutions of the Communist Party of India – Adopted at the Extraordinary Party Congress, Amritsar, 1958.CP Publication
    345.A.
    On the Decisions of the National council CPP by Ajoy Ghosh.CPI
    346.
    Rajnitik Paristhity Par Prasatav: (Resolution on Political Situation), Amritsar, Special Congress, 1958.
    346.A.
    Constitution of the Communist Party of India adopted at the Extraordinary Party Congress, Amritsar, 1958.CPI
    347.
    Constitution of the Communist Party of India, Adopted at the Extraordinary Party Congress, Amritsar, 1958.CPI
    348.
    Amritsar Congress of the Communist Party by Ajoy Ghosh, A Review of Special Congress, April 6-13, 1958.CP Publication
    349.
    Truth About Kerala (Statement issued by the Central Executive, CPI and the Statement of Chief Minister Namboodripad on P.M. Nehru’s Reference to Kerala, 1958.CPI
    350.
    Bunivadi Dirstikon kya ho Nehruvad ya Maxvad, 1958.CPI
    351.
    Why this Foreign Exchange Crisis by Hem Pal, 1958.PPH
    351.A.
    Kerala: A Report to the Nation by H.D. Malaviya -  A Verdict on the Eighteen Month old Communist Rule in Kerala, 1958.PPH
    352.
    Pakistan Portent by Ajoy Ghosh, 1958.CP Publication
    352.A.
    National Council Resolutions of Communist Party, October 8-13, 1958. Prabhatam Printing & Publishing (p) Ltd. Ernakulam, 1958.
    352.B.
    Communist Party Kerala State Committee
    -          Party Class
    -          Sylabus, July 1958.
    352.C.
    Kerala: A Report to the Nation by H.D. Malaviya, 1958.PPH
    352.D.
    Sixteen Months of Communist Rule in Kerala – A General Review, 1958.
    352.E.
    Statements on Kerala by Prime Minister Nehru and Chief Minister Namboodripad – Communist Group in Parliament, 1958.Published by Bhupesh Gupta, M.P for the Communist Group in Parliament, N.Delhi.
    352.F.
    What is behind the Congress Attack on Kerala – Chief Minister Replies Congress President, 1958. Published by the Director of Public Relations, Trivandrum-1958.
    352.G.
    True Picture of the Situation in Kerala, 1958.
    353.
    On the Basic Approach – Academician Yudin by Jawaharlal Nehru, 1958.CP Publication
    354.
    The Problems of Sociology – A Critical Study of the Social Theories of the Plato Aristole, Karl Marx and Harbert Spencer by Ayodhyaya Prasad, 1958.
    354.A.
    Pakistan Portent by Ajoy Ghosh, CPI,  Dec. 1958.CPI
    354.B.
    India & Socialism – by K. Damodaran, 1958. Prabhatam Printing & Publishers, Ernakulam, 1958.
    354.C.
    Resolutions of the National Council of Communist Party, October 8-13, 1958.
    354.D.
    A Master Plan of Kerala by C. Unniraja, 1958.Prabhath Book House, Alleopey.
    354.E.
    The Kerala Agrarian Relations Bill by C. Achutha Menon, 1958.CPI
    354.F.
    Statement on Kerala
    -          Report on Kerala Governments Reform Committee
    -          The Real Meaning of Congress Attack on Kerala
    -          Welcome Address of Com. Harkishan Singh Surjeet on behalf of the Reception Committee special Congress of the CPI.
    -          The Situation in Kerala: True Picture, 1958.
    355.
    Forward to the defence of Kerala and Indian Democracy by Ajoy Ghosh, 1959.CP Publication
    355.A.
    Communist Party and Indo-China Border by EMS Namboodripad, Communist Party Election Publication No. 18, 1959.
    356.
    On the Dicisions of the National Council by Ajoy Ghosh, 1959.CP Publication
    356.A.
    Keralya Janathayute Adiyanthira Kadama – Comunist Party Kerala State Committee’s Rashtriya Preium, 1959. Prabhatam Book House, Ernakulam, 1959.
    356.AB.
    Opposition Preparations for Violence Overthrow of the Government – Facts place before the Prime Minister, July 1959.Published by the Department of Public Relations
    356.B.
    Kerala Government Reply to KPCC Memorandum issued by the Department of Public Relations, Kerala, 1959.
    357.
    Bhartiya Shetkari Kamgar Paksha Ghatna dated 24, 25 & 26 January 1959.CP Publication
    357.A.
    Schooladappu Preshapanam, Chief Minister EMS Namboodripad Press Conference, New Delhi 20.5.1959.Pub: S.G.P. at the Govt.Press, TVM, May 1959.
    358.
    Bhartiya Shetkari Kamgar Paksh Mehteva Dated 24, 25 & 26 January, 1959.
    358.A.
    Shapping into Economic Democracy by Joseph Mundassery, CPI, 1959.
    359.
    Stalin and his Work an Assessment by ‘Soviet Encyclopaedia, 1959.
    359.A.
    Who is out of Tune by EMS Namboodripad, 1959. CPI Trivandrum
    359.B.
    The Provincial Self-rule – Some Problems by C. Achuthamenon, 1959.
    359.C.
    Communist Party of India Years of Formation 1921-33 by Muzaffar Ahmed, 1959.NBA, Calcutta
    360.
    Vadhati Mehgangai ani Grahakanchi Seseholpat by N.P. Patil, 1959.
    360.A.
    Three Months Presidential Rule – A Resolution against Congress – V. T. Induchoodan, Kerala State Council Publication 1959. (Malayalam)
    361.
    Jayaprakash Ki Vicharadhara by B.T. Ranadeve, 1959. CP Publication
    361.A.
    Bharater Communist Partyr Gadar Pratham Yuga 1921-1933 by Muzaffar Ahmad.  First Stage of the Formation of CPI 1921-33, April 1958.
    361.B.
    On Kerala Intervention: S.A. Dange, Indicts the Congress government (17th August 1959).
    361.C.
    Rashtriya Report & Communist Party’s Kerala, State 5th Sammelan, Trisur, Nov. 24-29, 1959).
    State Council Meeting, March 16-17, 1960 and Election Review. (Malayalam) CP kerela state council Pub.
    361.D.
    CPI Sherthala Thaluk Conference Report, March 27, 28, and 29, 1959. (Malayalam).
    361.E.
    Oppression of SC will have feedback – An Open Letter to the Governor.
    361.F.
    Communist Party of India Years of Formation 1921-33.
    -          Distt. Committee Report fourth Triandrum Distt. Committee of CPI.
    -          Who to be resigned
    -          Election Manifesto of the Kerala State Council of the CPI
    -          The Agitation in Kerala
    -          CP’s Election Pub. No. 8
    -          West Bengal Accusses.
    -          Report Submitted in the First Karnur Distt Communist Party Committee, 1959.
    361.G.
    Educational Law and Mannath Padmanabhan
    -          PSP the Parasite of Indian Politics
    -          CPI 5th Kerala State Conference Trissur No. 24-29, 1959
    -          Rice Enquiry Report
    -          Kerala Govt.’s Reply to KPCC Memorandum
    -          Revolt against Educational Law or Political Gambling
    -          28 Months Communist Rule
    -          Revolt Against Education and Parties behind it, 1959.
    361.H.
    Chief Minister Shri EMS’s Speech at New Delhi Press Conference, 1959.
    361.I.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS NamboodiripadVol. 22, 1959, Feb.-Dec. 1959). By P. Govinda Pillai, Chintha Publishers
    361.J.
    EMSinte Sampoorna kritikal (Collected Works of Namboodiripad Vol. 23, 1959). By P. Govinda Pillai, Chintha Publishers 
    361.K.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of Namboodiripad Vol. 21, 1959). By P. Govinda Pillai, Chintha Publishers 
    361.L.
    Democratic Opinion on the Kerala Agitation by N.V Gadgil & Others, 1959. Published by The Department of Public Relations
    361.M.
    Kerala Government’s Reply to K.P.C.C Memorandum  – issued by the Dept. Public Relations, 1959., Kerela.
    361.N.
    Opposition Preparations for Violent Overthrow of the Government: A Facts Placed before the Prime Minister, Published by Dept. of Public Relations, 1959.
    361.O.
    Upsurge or Hooliganism? Published by Dept. of Public Relations, 1959.
    361.P.
    Indian Constitution and the Central Intervention  by Danial Latifi & Others, 1959. CPI, Trivandrum.
    361.Q.
    Who is out of tune by EMS Namboodripad, 1959.
    361.R.
    Kerala Under Communism: A Report, 1959. Published by B.K. Desai for the Democratic Research Service, Bombay.
    361.S.
    Twenty-Eight Months in Kerala by EMS Namboodripad – A Retrospect, 1959.PPH
    361.T.
    Fusillade in Kerala by Angamali & Others, 1959. Published by The Voice of Kerala
    361.U.
    Forward to the Defence of Kerala and Indian Democracy by Ajoy Ghosh, 1959.CPI
    361.V.
    The Kerala Situation, All India Congress Committee, 1959.N.Delhi
    361.W.
    The Malayalam Press on the Kerala Crisis, Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee, 1959.Trivandrum
    361.X.
    The Red Interlude in Kerala – Kainikkara Padmanabha Pillai, Kerala Pradesh Congress committee, 1959.
    361.Y.
    Daniel Come to Judgement by V.R. Krishna Iyer, 1959, Prabhath Book House.
    362.
    Philosophy for Socialists by Maurice Conforth, 1960.PPH
    362.A.
    Election Manifesto of the CPI Supplement to New Age, Vol. XIV, No. 51, Dec. 18, 1960.
    362.B.
    Many Problems facing All India Congress Movement, 1960.
    362.C.
    Communist Party – Meeting sat Constituency Level 1960 – State Council Secretariat Prepared.(N.T)
    362.D.
    Communist Party: Kerala State Council,Trivandrum on 15th July, 1960.
    362.E.
    Declaration of the Meeting of the Communist and Workers’ Parties of Socialist Countries (1957) and Statement of the Conference of the 81 Communist and Workers’ Parties, 1960.
    362.F.
    Soviet History Falsified: Why? Thirty Questions Answered by Ennest German, 1960.
    362.G.
    Documents of the Meeting of Representatives of the Communist and Workers’ Parties, Moscow, Nov. – Dec. 1960.CPI
    362.H.
    PSC C/O N.E. Balaram –
    -          Election Manifesto of CPI
    -          Neglating Kerala in Five Year Plan
    -          Youth Welfare Programme and the third five year plan
    -          This economic line should change
    -          Rule of Terror in Central Travancore, 1960.
    362.I.
    Students and the Communist Government, N. C. Mammooty, Kannur Gilla Students Federation,1960.
    362.J.
    Kerala should Live and Die, N.E. Balram, CP Publication.
    362.K.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal  (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 25, January – February 1960).
    362.L.
    EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal  (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 26, March – Oct. 1960)
    362.M.
    Report of the Kerala Enquiry Committee, January 1960.
    362.N.
    Rule of Terror in Central Tranvancore
    - Memorandum submitted to the Governor of Kerala by A.K. Gopalan, 1960.CPI
    362.O.
    Church, Society and Sate in Kerala – A Christian Evaluation: The Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society, Banglore1960.
    363.
    Resolution on the Present Political Situation, CPI, 1961.
    363.A.
    New  Situations and our Tasks – Speech by Ajoy Ghosh as amended and adopted by the Sixth Congress of the Communist Party of India,7-16 April 1961.CPI
    364.
    How Communist Destroy Democracy by A Lesson from Czechoslovakia, Pub:Democratic Research Service, 1961.
    365.
    The Problems of Non-Capitalist Path of Development in India and the State of National Democracy by G. Adhikari, CPI, 1961.CP Publication
    366.
    Communist and Social Democracy by EMS Namboodripad, 1961.Published by D.P Singh, New Age Printing Press for CPI,N.Delhi
    367.
    Desh Ki Rajniti Ka Kayapalat Badi Samajik Tabdiloyon Ke Teen Saalon ki Chanbin, Meerut, CPI, 1961.Published by Archarya Deepankar, Communist Party Office, U.P
    368.
    The Shame of Free India – A Study of the Social and Economic Disabilities of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes by K.P. Subramanya Menon, CPI, 1961.CP Publication
    369.
    Bhartiya Setkari-Kamgar Paksh, Rajkiya Therav Dated: 26, 27 and 28 1961.
    370.
    Political resolution – Draft by 21 members of the NC with Congress of the CPI, Vijayawada, April 7-16, 1961.
    371.
    Sixth Party Congress Document – Draft Programme of the Communist Party of India by S.A. Dange & Others, New Age, Vol. X No. 4, 1961.
    372.
    New Situation and our Tasks – Speech by Ajoy Ghosh as Amended and Adopted by the 6th Congress of the CPI, Vijaywada, April 7-16, 1961. CP Publication
    373.
    National Democratic Front for National Democratic Tasks – Political Resolution adopted by the 6thCongress of the CPI, Vijayawada, April. 7-16, 1961. CP Publication
    374.
    NAI Paristhiti Aur Hamare Kartabya – 6th Congress of the CPI, Vijayawada, April, 7-16, 1961, A. Ghosh Report,CPI
    375.
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    Vishal Verma
    March 2, 2016 at 11:16 AM
    Namaste Ajit sir
    Just one question SIR can please TELL ME WHT IS THE ACTUAL DATE OF SIKHS FESTIVAL BANDI CHOD DIWAS....I M PRIETY MUCH SURE THAT,S NOT ON DIWALI....WILL U PLS ELABORATE......

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    March 2, 2016 at 11:42 AM
    hi vv,

    Bandi Chhor Divas marks the release from prison in Gwalior of the Sixth Guru, Guru Hargobind on Diwali day with 52 Hindu Rajput princes.

    Emperor Jehangir released them on Diwali day.

    THOSE DAYS IN 1619 AD ( when Guru Hargobind was released by Emperor Jehangir on Diwali day )  SIKHISM DID NOT EXIST  AT ALL .

    MOST SIKHS ARE IGNORANT- THANKS TO THE KHALISTANI EFFECT .

    All Sikh Gurus were Hindus, till the last Guru Guru Gobind Singh started the Khalsa and 5K.   

    All 10 Sikh Gurus were born Khatri Hindus and married Khatri Hindu women in Hindu ceremonies. 

    First 9 gurus were cremated with Hindu rites . .

    Before 1699 there was NO Sikhism at all.

    You cannot "paper convert" any of the first 9 gurus into Sikhism -- before the 10th Guru Gobind Singh had his amrit chakna ceremony for his Panj Piaras into Sikhism and created the 5K Sikh religion.

    All the Sikh Gurus were Khatris . The Bedi sub-caste of the Khatris derives its lineage from Kush, the son of Rama in the Hindu mythology. Sodhi sub-caste claims descent from the Lav, the other son of Rama.

    LUV AND KHUSH , THE TWIN SONS ARE LORD RAM ARE JEW ROTHSCHILDs FAKE CREATIONS.

    VALMIKI RAMAYANA ENDS WITH LORD RAM COMING BACK TO AYODHYA OF PUSHPAK VIMANA WITH SITA .

    RAM KICKING HIS PREGNANT WIFE SITA INTO THE FOREST ARE ALL ROTHSCHILDS LIES, USING HIS FAKE AND BACK DATED CREATION TULSIDAS.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/07/unknown-history-of-sikhs-and-sikhism.html

    capt ajit vadakayil
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    IMPORTANT  .. IMPORTANT . IMPORTANT . .
    THIS COMMENT IS THE MOST CRITICAL AND IMPORTANT ONE EVER SINCE I STARTED THIS BLOGSITE. 

    PUT THIS COMMENT IN THE WEBSITES OF MODI, PMO, RAJNATH SINGH, PARRIKKAR, RSS, SWAMY, GOWDA, PRASAD , ALL DESH BHAKT BJP MINISTERS, ALL DESH BHAKT IAS, ARNAB GOSWAMI, ZEE NEWS, TWITTER, FACEBOOK ETC 

    DO IT NOW !

    THE WATAN WILL PERISH, IF THIS ISSUE IS NOT ADDRESSED ASAP.

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    THE NEW WORLD ORDER HAS USED A BACKDOOR LOOP HOLE TO MAKE THE “COLLEGIUM” JUDICARY PLAY GOD.

    OUR CONSTITUTION DOES NOT ALLOW A “COLLEGIUM “ JUDICIARY , BUT ALLOWS ONLY NJAC . . .

    THE “COLLEGIUM “ JUDICIARY IS CONTROLLED FROM ABROAD BY BILDERBERG CLUB . .

    BY WAY OF PIL, BY SOME TROJAN HORSE FOREIGN FUNDED NGO, OR A DESH DROHI , OR A TRAITOR TO THE WATAN etc EMPOWERS THE INDIAN JUDICIARY TAKES AN “ACTIVIST “ ROLE . .


    WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA OBJECT TO MISUSE OF PIL TO EMPOWER THE “COLLEGIUM “ JUDGES IN A SLIMY MANNER AGAINST THE INTERESTS OF BHARATMATA.

    The concept of Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is in consonance with the principles enshrined in Article 39A of the Constitution of India to protect and deliver prompt social justice with the help of law.

    BUT WHAT REALLY HAPPENS IS THAT BENAMI MEDIA OWNED NGOs WITH JUDICIARY IN CAHOOTS SELL BHARATMATA IN THE ZIONIST JEW WHORE HOUSE.

    The seeds of the concept of public interest litigation were initially sown in India by Krishna Iyer J.,in 1976 in Mumbai Kamgar Sabha vs. Abdul Thai (AIR 1976 SC 1455) and was initiated in AkhilBharatiya Shoshit Karmachari Sangh (Railway) v. Union of India (AIR 1981 SC 298), wherein an unregistered association of workers was permitted to institute a writ petition under Art.32 of the Constitution for the redressal of common grievances ( controlled by BIG BROTHER )

    The Judicial Activism in India can he witnessed with reference to the review power of the Supreme Court under Article 32 and I (belt Courts under Article 226 of the Constitution particularly in Public Interest Litigation.

    The traditional rule of "Locus Standi" that a person, whose right is
    infringed alone can file a petition, has been considerably relaxed by the Supreme Court in its recent decisions.

    Now, the court permits public interest litigation at the instance of the so-called
    “PUBLIC-SPIRITED CITIZENS” ( read as FOREIGN FUNDED NGOs )for the enforcement of Constitutional and Legal rights.

    Now, any public spirited citizen ( DESH DROHI ) can move/approach the court for the public cause (in the interests of the public or public welfare) by filing a petition:
    1. In the Supreme Court under Article 32 of the Constitution of India;
    2. In the High Court under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution
    3. In the Court of Magistrate under Section 133 of the Code of Criminal procedure

    Judge PN Bhagwati., of the Supreme Court in S.P. Gupta vs. Union of India. (AIR 1982 SC 149) popularly known as “JUDGES TRANSFER CASE”, firmly established the validity of the public interest litigation.

    Since then, a good number of public interest litigation petitions were filed—all of them going against the interests of the WATAN..

    Prafullachandra Natwarlal Bhagwati was the 17th Chief Justice of India,( 1985 to 1986 ).

    He introduced the concepts of Public Interest Litigation and Absolute liability in India, and for this reason is held along with Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer, to be a pioneer of judicial activism in the country.

    We know why the Italian waitress gave Justice PN Bhagawati , the Padma Vibhushan, India's second highest civilian award, in 2007.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/SC-to-Prashant-Bhushan-How-can-you-become-the-centre-for-public-interest-litigation/articleshow/50553688.cms


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    1. CONTINUED FROM 1-

      The COLLEGIUM judges of the Supreme Court , with connivance of BILDERBERG CLUB has now invented its own laws and methods of implementation, to gain control of bureaucracy , IB, RAW, NIA and have again and again threatened officers with contempt of court if its instructions are not complied with.

      The COLLEGIUM JUDGES  have arrogated vast and uncontrolled powers to themselves which undermine both Democracy and Rule of Law, including the powers exercised under the Doctrine of Separation of powers

      Our constitution is a very well-built document. It assigns different roles to all the three wings of governance- the legislature, executive and the judiciary.

      There is no ambiguity about each wing’s powers, privileges and duties. Parliament has to enact law, Executive has to enforce them and the judiciary has to interpret them. There is supposed to be no overlapping or overstepping.

      Lok Sabha Speaker, Som Nath Chatterjee had accused the Judiciary for interfering in the legislative matters and stated publicly that ‘every one has to remain within the Laxman Rekha of the Constitution’.

      The Lok Sabha speaker when taunting the Judiciary to stay within the Laxman Rekha was referring to the judicial deliberations of 11 MP’s in the Cash-for-Queries scam.

      Under Article 121 of the Constitution, the conduct of a judge cannot be debated in the Parliament.

      There is a separate procedure for impeachment; this is with the intention to secure the independence of the judiciary.

      Similarly, under Article 122, the proceedings of the parliament cannot be questioned by the judiciary- even if a point of order is found contrary to the statue.

      This is indirectly envisaging the supremacy of the legislature in making laws, based on reasonable policies that cannot be questioned.

      Today a COLLEGIUM Judge is accountable to no one, not even to another judge, the question of legislature and executive does not arise. What is the value of the vote of WE THE PEOPLE ?

      There needs to be a re-mentioning of the fact that a PIL under Article 32 of the Indian Constitution can only be filed if a question concerning the enforcement of a Fundamental Right is involved.

      WE KNOW WHY PRASHANT BHUSHAN FILES SO MANY PILs.

      http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2015/10/extreme-judicial-overreach-in-india.html

      WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA WHO ARE ABOVE THE CONSTITUTION WILL NOT ALLOW THE “COLLEGIUM “ JUDICIARY TO TRANSGRESS INTO THE DOMAIN OF THE LEGISLATURE BY USE OF A DESH DROHI LOOPHOLE NAMED PIL

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      WE KNOW WHY “COLLEGIUM “ JUDGES OF SC WANT WHORE HOUSE CHAMIYA BEER BARS IN MUMBAI TO BE OPENED AND THAT TOO WITH A DEADLINE.

      http://www.ndtv.com/mumbai-news/maharashtra-dance-bars-to-reopen-no-cameras-on-dancers-supreme-court-1283205

      In a King Canute nay GOD gesture, the COLLEGIUM JUDICIARY had commanded the Indian govt to INTERLINK ALL INDIAN RIVERS with a deadline and kill bharatmata.

      http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2012-02-27/news/31104318_1_interlinking-social-activists-rivers

      http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2014/05/interlinking-rivers-of-india-capt-ajit.html

      BEFORE 1947, JEW ROTHSCHILD HAS ALMOST THE ENTIRE COLLEGIUM JUDGES IN HIS PAYROLL . .

      In 2006, in the Police case, the Supreme Court has created new extra-constitutional institutions who have virtually taken over the administration of the police especially in service and operational matters contrary to the existing laws, rules, regulations and orders.

      Today, in some areas, bureaucrats in committees approved by the Supreme Court can bypass their own ministers because they report to the Supreme Court. So, we now have an Executive cum legislating Judiciary.

      Gone are those days when the Supreme Court simply ordered the executive to ensure that the laws are implemented.

      Now, the Supreme Court has created its own executive and legislative wing.

      It has invented its own laws, rules, and methods of implementation, and has used contempt of court as a threat for disobedience of its orders.

      The question remains, whether the courts have come too far and undermined its own established principle of Basic structure, including separation of Power and buried the rule of law.

      India is a democracy and it has to be and should be governed by elected representatives and not merely judges, amicus curiae or committees and commissions that are accountable to the Supreme Court.

      Let there be a check, a Judge’s (Inquiry) Bill, 2008 to be interpreted by the judiciary again.

      After all a Constitutional responsibility flows from a democratically elected legislature and a Judicial Dictatorship is not better than any other kind.

      IN A DEMOCRACY, PEOPLE HOLD THE POWER-

      NOT JUDICIARY.

      "WE THE PEOPLE " CAN DEMOLISH THE PILLAR OF JUDICIARY.

      JUDICIARY CANNOT DEMOLISH "WE THE PEOPLE" POWER.

      IN A LOT OF NATIONS EVERY SINGLE JUDGE IS IN THE PAYROLL OF ZIONIST JEWS.

      WE INDIANS ARE WATCHING . .. WE ARE NOT STUPID . .. PICTURE BAAKI HAI MELORDS !

      Capt ajit vadakayil
      ..


    Pranams captainji,

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2016/03/02/american-scholar-under-attack-in-india-for-his-stance-on-free-speech/

    Its free speech and basic rights to make indians slaves again.... lets kill these cahoots asap...




    1. hi n,

      TODAY INDIANS UNDERSTAND HOW WHITE SKINNED ( SHELDON POLLOCK/ WENDY DONIGER ) AND BROWN SKINNED ( ROMILA THAPAR / IRFAN HABIB ) COMMIE HISTORIANS HAVE MURDERED HINDUISM AND ANCIENT HISTORY TO MAKE INDIANS SELF LOATHING

      ALL THIS IS A BLESSING IN DISGUISE.

      BURN ALL COMMIE WORKS OF ROTHSCHILD HISTORIANS.

      WE DO NOT WANT NR NARAYANA MURTHY TO SAVE BHARATMATA.

      WE KNOW THIS ADMIRAL LN RAMDAS TYPE FAMILY

      capt ajit vadakayil
      ..



    Jurists protest transfer of Delhi High Court judge who gave Greenpeace case order -

    See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/jurists-protest-transfer-of-delhi-hc-judge-who-gave-greenpeace-case-order/#sthash.53lQihPr.dpuf

    http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/jurists-protest-transfer-of-delhi-hc-judge-who-gave-greenpeace-case-order/





    1. hi wam,

      THIS IS THE MEANING OF "COLLEGIUM " JUDGES , MOST OF WHOM ARE CONTROLLED BY ROTHSCHILD AND BILDERBERG CLUB

      THE WIFE OF ADMIRAL RAMDAS IS THE HEAD OF INDIAN GREENPEACE. HER DAUGHTER KAVITA IS MARRIED TO A PAKISTANI AND SHE RUNS FORD IN INDIA.
      ADMIRAL N RAMDAS SUPERCEEDED ADMIRAL S JAIN AND BECAME CHIEF OF NAVY.

      HE WAS NOT PRIVY TO THE NATIONs NUCLEAR ARSENAL -- AND WAS TOLD ONLY ON A " NEED TO KNOW BASIS"

      GEORGE FERNANDES, THE DEFENCE MINISTER WAS ALSO KEPT IN THE DARK ABOUT INDIAs NUCLEAR MIGHT. 

      GEORGE BABY CAME TO KNOW ABOUT INDIAs NUCLEAR TEST ONLY AFTER VAJPAYEE BURST THE BOMB- AND HE WAS HAJAAAAR MIFFED.


      capt ajit vadakayil
      ..




    STOP PRESS:

    FOR THE PAST 2 DAYS WE HAVE THE WHOLE OF OUR BENAMI MEDIA BRAINWASHING US --

    THAT KANHAIYA KUMAR IS PRIME MINISTER MATERIAL AND HE CAN STEP INTO PM MODIs SHOES, ANYTIME.

    ALL EXCEPT ZEE NEWS AND TIMESNOW TV.

    BUT HEY-

    THE FUCK UP IS NOBODY WATCHES THOSE BENAMI TV CHANNELS OR READS THOSE PATHETIC DESH DROHI NEWSPAPERS .

    THIS BLOGSITE ALONE CAN TAKE ON ALL OF THEM COMBINED- AND RAPE THEM .

    THE SPEECH OF KANHAIYA KUMAR LOSES FIZZ IF YOU TAPE HIS GESTICULATING PATHOS HAND AND FINGER BY HIS SIDE.

    THEN YOU PROVIDE ENGLISH SUBTITLES -- FOR CONTENT AND LOGOS

    THE WHOLE SPEECH THEN GETS TERRIBLY PEA BRAINED-DESPITE THE EXTRAVAGANT RHETORIC

    EXTRAVAGANT RHETORIC WILL WORK ONLY FOR A WHILE- AFTER THAT THE AUDIENCE GETS PISSED OFF- UNLESS YOU ARE THE JNU COMMIE STUDENT AUDIENCE TYPE ( AVERAGE AGE 30 -- CRASS , COMMIE RUSTIC MINDSET TYPE )

    TO ME IT APPEARED THAT THE UNION LEADER OF SWEEPERS OF MUMBAI STREETS WAS DOING EXTREME RABBLE ROUSING.

    IMAGINE SUCH A "NO CLASS" STUDENT LEADER IN CORNELL OR OXFORD

    WHAT IS KANHAIYA KUMARs TECHNICAL BRAIN WORTH ?

    YES--

    HE WANTS AJJAADI ( AZADI )

    HE WANTS BHYABHAASSTA ( VYVASTA )

    HE WANTS PROMOSSSANN ( PROMOTION )

    HE WANTS SORE LEAVE ( SHORE LEAVE )

    CAN THIS BOY UTTER A SINGLE INTELLIGENT SENTENCE IN HINDI - LEAVE ALONE ENGLISH.

    THE MORE AIRTIME HE WAS GIVEN BY THE BENAMI MEDIA-- THE MORE THIS BOY DAMAGED HIMSELF.

    WE INDIANS HAVE NO TIME FOR A COMMIE WHO DOES NOT LOVE HIS WATAN.

    "WE THE PEOPLE " DECIDE !

    I HAVE SAILED WITH HUNDREDS OF KANHAIYA KUMAR TYPES WHEN I WAS IN SCI -- NINE YEARS IN COMMAND , IN THAT COMPANY.

    I TOOK GREAT PLEASURE IN DISMANTLING SUCH GROSS KANHAIYA KUMAR TYPE CHARACTERS.

    THESE RABBLE ROUSERS GOT AWAY - THEY WENT PAST DOZENS OF CAPTAINS--

    BUT THEN RAN INTO CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL - AND GOT RAPED ROYALLY.

    SECRET ?

    I NEVER AFFORDED THEM "SAFETY IN NUMBERS"

    DO NOT AFFORD THE COMMIE PROFESSORS OF JNU - THE SAME --

    MODI GOVT PLEASE NOTE--

    TAKE OUT THE COMMIE TRAITORS TO THE WATAN , ONE BY ONE.

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..
    A lot of students have taken admission in USELESS social science branches, just for FREE BOARDING , LODGING AND SEX while they do menial jobs outside the campus  , even as salesmen. 

    Some students are preparing for exams which may give them a lucrative career abroad and hence they use the vast library.

    Find out who these CRIMINAL students are !

    Why is 29 year old Kanhaiya Kumar doing AFRICAN STUDIES ?

    Why are we comparing this crass rustic man ( who wants AJJaadi/ promosssan / sore leave / bhyabbhassta ) with a valuable teenager student from a good Indian home –say in Manipal University ?

    INSTALL CCTV IN THE LIBRARY AND THE JNU GATES.

    MAKE ATTENDANCE IN JNU ,  75% COMPULSORY.


    Praju Wish
    March 8, 2016 at 1:27 PM
    https://www.facebook.com/438291109709583/videos/443803492491678/

    Is this the same JNU Commie professor Nivedita Menon who wants to give away Kashmir to Pakistan which you had mentioned above?

    She says Hindu Society is the most violent society in he world.. baaap re baap!!!


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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    March 8, 2016 at 2:32 PM
    hi pw,

    NIVEDITA MENON IS ANTI-INDIA 

    SUCH IS THE EFFECT OF FOREIGN FUNDED COMMIES.

    WE ASK MODI TO SACK ALL COMMIE JNU PROFESSORS , WHO ARE PROVED TO BE ANTI-WATAN.

    IMPORTANT: I ASK MY READERS TO PUT THIS VIDEO IN MODIs, PMO, RAJNATH SINGH, PARRIKKARs, RSS, -- TWITTER/ FACEBOOK- AND IN WEBSITES OF DESH BHAKT LEADERS 

    WE HINDUS HAVE SUFFERED ENOUGH

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/07/unquantified-holocaust-and-genocide.html

    HINDUS HAVE BEEN TOLERANT FOR TOO LONG

    capt ajit vadakayil

    ..

    THIS COMMIE WOMAN NIVEDITA MENON ( JNU PROFESSOR)  IS UNFIT TO BE A TEACHER , WHO MOLDS YOUNG MINDS.  
      
    SHE IS FULL OF LIES, HATE AND SPITE .  .

    SACK HER AND LET HER FACE THE LAW   ..  ALONG WITH OTHER COMMIE PROFESSORS WHO ARE MORE RABIDLY ANTI-WATAN. 

    ASK WHISTLE BLOWERS TO GIVE OBJECTIVE EVIDENCE . . 

    THIS IS EFFECT OF FOREIGN FUNDS . .





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