Wednesday, March 2, 2016

JNU , DEN OF ANTI NATIONALS AND COMMUNIST CRIMINALS PART 10 - 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 NOW CONTINUED TO PART 10 BELOW--




Deepankar Gupta  , pseudo  intellectual was a commie Professor in the Centre for the Study of Social Systems, JNU.   

He taught for nearly three decades at JNU.  He is one of the professors who eroded JNU from within.

Deepankar Gupta did his PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University in 1977.

He had famously said  “I think India shouldn’t be asking whether we can rule the world until we ask how we can rule ourselves,”

CUT HOLES IN YOUR POCKET AND PULL YOUR SHORT CULIES IN GRIEF—INDIA WILL RULE THIS PLANET IN ANOTHER 17 YEARS – AND WE DON’T WANT YOU TO BE PART OF IT.


He comes on Benami TV often as a perception molder.  He was one of the early supporters of the OLD FASTING GOAT. He is a regular in all these DESH DROHI literary fests .


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DO WE NEED DEAD IDEOLOGY ? -- STICKING BACK DEAD SKIN CELLS ?



514 A
Malayalam Litrary Survey, N. K. Seshan, A kerala Sahitya Akadmi Publication
515.
President and Prime Minister Must Revoke Emergency – Restore Fundamental Rights, March, 1966. Communist Party Parliamentary Group
516.
Bombay Textile General Strike by S.G. Sardesai, March, 1966. CP Publication
517.
The Two Programmes – Marxist and Revisionist by B.T. Ranadive, CPI, December, 1966.
518.
India and the German Problem – A Case for Recognition of the GDR by Sarada Mitra, CPI, 1966. CP Publication
519.
Settle with China, CPI, April, 1966. CP Publication
520.
Resolutions Adopted by the National Council of the CPI, 7-15, 1965. CP Publication
521.
The Present Political Situation – Resolution of the National Council of the CPI, 1966. CP Publication
522.
Resolution adopted by the National Council of the CPI, 1966. CP Publication
523.
Resolutions of the Central Committee of the CPI, June 12-19, 1966. CP Publication
524.
Devaluation the Great Betrayal by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1966. CP Publication
525.
A Dialogue with Marxist Communist Party, CPI, 1966. CP Publication
526.
India’s Path to Socialism by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1966. CP Publication
527.
What do they want to Achieve by this Cultural Revolution in China by G. Addhikari, CPI, 1966. CP Publication
527.A.
The Devaluation Surrender by B.T. Ranadive, CPI, 1966. CP (M) Publication
527.B.
M.N. Govindan Nair’s Letter to Kerala Governor from Hunger Strike Bed, Kollan, 1966.
528.
Samajwad Ke Badto Charan (Marching for word steps of Socialism) by Sachidanand Sinha, 1966.
529.
Party Education Publication No. 2 – A Short History of Indian Communist Party by N.E. Balram, Kerala State Council Education Dept., 1966.
530.
The Programme Explained by EMS Namboodripad, CPM, 1966. CPI Publication
531.
What Really Happened in Kerala – The Story of the disruptive game played by Right Wing Communists, NBT, 1966.
531.A.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of E.M.S Namboodiripad Vol. 35, (June 1965 – Dec. 1966), E.K. Nayanar Chinta Publishers (Malayalam).
531.B.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal  (Colleted Works, Vol. 36, (1965 – 1966 December), Chinta Publishers(Malayalam)
531.C.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal Colleted Works, Vol. 37, (August 1966), Chinta Publishers (Malayalam).
531.D.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal Colleted Works, Vol. 38, (August 1966), Chinta Publishers  (Malayalam).
532.
Election Manifesto, CPI, 1966.CPI (M)
533.
Russian Revolution and India by N.E. Balaram, 1967. Pub: ‘ Prabhat’ Tvm.
534.
Karl Marxinay Patti (about Karl Marx) by Ramakrishna Pillai, Trivandrum, Prabhatham Printing & Pub. 1967.
535.
Independent Thought or Anti-Sovietism by N.E. Balaram (A Criticism of CPM Policy), Kerala State Council, 1967. CPI
535.A.
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536.
Madurai Ideological Stand of the CPM – Resolution adopted by the CEC of the CPI, 1967. CP Publication
536.A.
Election Manifesto of the CPI, 1967. Published by D.P Sinha, for Communist Party of India, N. Delhi
537.
Communist Today – 1 Remembering Marx by Hiren Mukherjee, CPI, 1967.
538.
Law and Order – Whose and for Whom? By S.A. Dange, speech in Parliament Delivered on 4th July, 1967 on Home Ministry Demands.
539.
I was CIA Agent in India by John D. Smith, CPI, 1967. CP Publication
539.A.
Independent Thinking or Soviet Opposition – Kerala Students Letter on their Rights by P. Marwell, 1967.
540.
Party Life – Inner-Party Journal of the Organisation Department, Vol. III, No. 12, December, CPI1967. CP Publication
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Election Manifesto of the CPI, 1967. CP Publication
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Yuva Samaj Ke Prati by Shivdas Ghosh,CPI 1967.
543.
India under Congress Rule by EMS Namboodripad, 1967.
543.A.
Election Review and Party’s Tasks, 1967.CPI
544.
India and the Russian Revolution by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1967.
545.
Review of Fourth General Election adopted by the NC of CPI, 1967.CP Publication
546.
Bhartiya Shetkari Kamgar Paksha by Aamdar Udevrav Patil, dt. 26.6.1967.
547.
Shri Bal Takure Anni Tayyarchay Anndhate, CPI, Nov. 1967.
548.
Central Committee’s Draft for the Ideological Discussion adopted by the Central Committee of the CPI(M), 18-27, 1967.
549.
Chunav Samiksha Aur Party Ke Kam: (Election Review and Party Work) – Bharat Ki Communist Party Ki Kendriya Committee Ka Prastav, Calcutta, 10-16 April, 1967.
550.
Tasks on the Kisan Front – Resolution of the Central Committee, CPI(M), 1967.
550.A.
Kerala Students Letter of Rights by P. Matwell, Secretary, Kerala Students Federation, 1967. (Malayalam).(N.T)
551.
Central Committee Resolutions adopted by the CC of the CPI(M), Aug. 18-27, 1967.CPI(M) Publication
552.
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553.
Our Tasks on Party Organisation adopted by the CC of CPI(M) Calicut Session, Oct. 28 to Nov. 2, 1967.
554.
Why Communists? By S.G. Saradesai, 1967.Published by G.R. Bhatkal for Popular Prakashan, Bombay – 34 WB.
555.
Letter to Andhra Comrade: CPI(M) Publications, 1967.
556.
On Left Deviation – Resolution of the CC, CPI(M), Madurai, Aug. 18-27, 1967. and other Information Documents.
557.
Principles of Party Organisation – Organisation and Structure of the Communist Parties, adopted at the 3rd Congress of the Communist International in 1921, NBA, 1967.
558.
The Tasks of Communists in Present Situation – Association of Communist Tendencies.
559.
Reason Revolution and Political Theory by Randhir Singh, 1967. PPH
559.A.
Kizhaku Germaniyil Chila Divasangal by H.R. Aiyer, Krishna Raja Publications.Prabhath Book House, 1967.
559.B.
Chattopadhyay – Rus Biplab O Bangler Mukti Andolan, Manisha Granthaiayu, Calcutta, 1967.
559.C.
The Story Behind ‘Moscow-Tashkent Conspiracy Case by S.M. Mehdi, Label Art Press, 1967.
560.
Party Life – Organisational Problems posed before the Party  Congress, Vol. IV, No. 1, January, 1968.
560.A.
Why the Ultra-Left Deviation? CPI(M), 1968.
561.
Shiv Sena (The Fascist Menance behind the Pseude-Maharashtrian Mask by Prabhakar Waidya,Pub: Maharashtra State Committee, CPI, 1968.
561.A.
Central Committee’s Draft for Eighth Party Congress, Political Resolution, CPI(M), 1968.
562.
National Integration – Note submitted by the CPI(M) to the National Integration Council Meeting in Srinagar from June 20, 1968.
562.A.
Ideological Resolution adopted by the Central Plenum, CPI(M), Burdwan, April 5-12, 1968.
563.
Programme of the CPI adopted by 8th Congress of the CPI, Karyanand Nagar, Patna, 1968. CP Publication
563.A.
Political Noting of Branch Secretaries – United Path-Revolutionary Flag, Kerala Youth Federation, CPI 1968.
564.
Marxism and Ideological Struggle Today – Soviet Review, Vol. V, No.41, June 11, 1968.
565.
Kerala Yesterday Today and Tomorrow – EMS Namboodripad, 1967.Pub: NBA, Calcutta.
566.
Programme of the CPI – adopted by the 8th Congress of the CPI, 1968.
567.
Political Resolution adopted by the 8th Congress of the CPI, Karyanandnagar Patna 1968. CP Publication
568.
Socialist Digest a Quarterly anthology of Socialist Literature, 1968. Published by M.N.V Nair at the New Age Printing Press, Bombay 4.`
569.
Political Report of the CPI adopted by the 8th Congress, Patna,  CPI, 1968.
570.
Political Resolution: The CPI adopted by the 8th congress,Patna 1968.
571.
Documents: adopted by 8th Congress of the CPI, Feb. 7-15, 1968.CP Publication
572.
Constitution adopted by the 8th Congress, Chochin, Dec. 23-29, 1968.
573.
Party Shiksha Ke Pathya Krama (Sylabus on Party Education Preliminary courses), CPI, 1968.
574.
Constitution adopted by the 8th Congress, Chchin, Dec. 23-29, 1968.
574.A.
All India Central Govt. Employee Strike on Sept. 19, 1968.
-          CPI 8th Congress approved Programme
-          Who is Enemy? Who is friend
-          Programme of the CPI adopted by 8th Congress of the CPI
-          Political report of the National Council, 1967. (Malayalam).
575.
United and Developing Countries by Paulty V. Parakal, No. 9, May, 1968.CP Publication
576.
Dollar’s Downfall and gold Rush by Mohit Sen, CPI, 1968. CP Publication
577.
A Course of Party Education (Second Stage) for Branch Secretariats), CPI, 1968. CP Publication
578.
Fight Back communalism (Stand of the CP at the National Integration council Meeting), CPI, 1968. CP Publication
579.
Beef in Ancient India – Raja Rajendralala Mitra, Minisha Granthalaya, 1968.
580.
Marx and India – communism Today by K.G. Adhikari, CPI, 1968.
581.
Forward under the Glorious banner of the October Resolution by Le Duan, Calcutta, 1968.NBA
582.
Report and Resolution adopted by National Council of the CPI, 1968. CP Publication
583.
Pradhama Sammelan Ki Rajnitik Aur Sangathanik Report – First Conference of Political and Organisational Report, CPI, September 21-22, 1968.Patna District Committee.
584.
In Defence of the Military Intervention of the Warsaw Pact States in Czechoslovakia by N.K. Krishnan, CPI, 1968.
585.
Developments in Czechoslovakia on the Events in Czechoslovakia by  Gus Hall, CPI, 1968.
586.
Communism Today – 2 – What is Communism? By Chinmohan Sehanobis, CPI, 1968.
587.
CPI Ka Athavan – Vishesh Bihar Sammelan (8th Special Conference of Bihar State Unit) Patna, CPI, 14-18 October, 1968.
588.
The Need Based by S.A. Dange from the Speech in Lok Sabha on 11 Nov. 1968.CPI. CP Publication
589.
Our Doc Tributes to Gangadhar Adhikari on his Seventieth Birthday, CPI, 1968.CP Publication
590.
The People and the Crisis of Capitalist Planning by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1968. CP Publication
591.
Congress Claims X’Rays – Bhowani Sen, CPI, 1968. CP Publication
592.
Party Life (Inner-Party Journal of the Organisation Department), Vol. IV, NO. 12, Dec. 1968.
593.
Resolution of the Planery Meeting of the CC of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, CPI, 1968. CP Publication
594.
The Navy Revolt – by A Victimised Rin Striker  People’s Path, 1968.
595.
Bharat Aur Russi Kranti by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1968. CP Publication
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600.
Why the Ultra-Left Deviation? CPI (M) Publication, October 1968.
601.
Pages from Revolutionary History, Midnapore, 1942. by Bejoy Kumar Sinha, CPI 1968. People Path July 1968.
602.
Introduction – International Situation, The State of National Economy, 1968.
603.
Resolutions: Eighth Congress of the CPI, Patna, 7-15 February, 1968. CP Publication
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West Bengal: Lessons of the First Phase by Biren Roy, Marxist Review, January, 1968.
608.
Tasks on the Trade Union Front – Resolution of the Central Committee, CPI(M) Publication, 1968.
609.
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612.
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613.
Raise your Voice against Landlord – Police Terror in Andhra Pradesh, CPI(M) Publication 1968.
614.
Concept of Freedom under Communism by Hari Swarup, Lokbharti Publication, Allahabad 1968.
614.A.
Ideological Resolution CPI(M) adopted by the Central Plenum, 1968.
614.B.
Janheeya Raksha Simithi – United Front Administration – Rule of Lawlessness and Chaos in Kerala, 1968.
614.C.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal( Collected Works of E.M.S Namboodiripad, Chintha Publishers Vol. 40, 1968 October to 1969 July) (in Malayalam).
614.D.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal(Collected Works, Vol. 39, 1968 June to 1968 December) (in Malayalam).
614.E.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal  (Collected Works of E.M.S Namboodiripad,Vol. 52, Chodyotharam-12 1968 June to 1968 December) (in Malayalam). Chintha Publishers
614.F.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of E.M.S Namboodiripad Vol. 53, 1968 June to 1968 December) (in Malayalam).
614.G.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works, Vol. 54- Chodyotharam-14) (in Malayalam).
614.H.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works, Vol. 55- Chodyotharam-15) (in Malayalam).by T Sivadasa Menon, Chintha Publishers.
614.I.
EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of E.M.S Namboodiripad Vol. 56- Chodyotharam-16 ) (in Malayalam). T Sivadasa Menon, Chintha Publishers. 
615.
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616.A.
Basic Documents of the Moscow Meetings of Communist and Workers Parties, 1957-60, CPI, 1969.
617.
Communist Party and the Problems of Muslim Minority by M. Farooqi, CPI, 1969. CP Publication
618.
Incendiary Hand of the RSS and Jana Sangh behind Communal Riots by H.K. Vyas, CPI, 1969. CP Publiction
619.
Sanyukta Morcha Vanam Marxvadi Communist Party by Bhawani Sen, CPI, 1969.
620.
RSS and Jana Sangh – A Manace to the Unity, Integrity, Secular Democratic Set-up and Progress of our Motherland by C. Rajeswara Rao, CPI1969.CP Pub.
621.
Shiv Sena and the Bombay Riots – Statement by S.A. Dange, CPI, 1969. CP Pub.
622.
Communism and the New Left by  Mohit Sen, CPI, 1969. CP Publication
623.
A Layman’s Guide to Indian Budgets by R.C. Gupta, CPI, 1969. CP Publication
624.
Socialism in India: Challenges and Responses by L.P. Sinha, Indian Political Science Association, 1969.
625.
Right Communist Betrayal of Kerala, UP and Government – A Collection of Documents, CPI(M) Publication 1969.
626.
A Peep Into Birla House by Chandra Sekhar, April 23, 1969. Published by Shashi Bhusan, MP, 7, North Avenue, N. Delhi.
627.
Ballet Se Bullet Tak Published by Mahavir Prasad Akela, 1969.
628.
Review of Midterm Elections and our Tasks and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, 5-12 April, 1969. CP Publication
629.
Urgent Tasks of the Communist Movement in Indonesia, CPI, 1969. CP Publication
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Party Life (Inner Party Journal of the Organisation Department) Kerala has a Parmanent Party School, CPI, Vol. V, No. 6, 1969.
631.
Party Life (Inner Party Journal of the Organisation Department) Communist in Elected Bodies, CPI, Vol. V, No. 7, 1969.
631.A.
Bank Nationalisation what next? – Political Situation and Kerala Indian Communist Party State Council Political Report by Com. Sundaryya’s Letter to Secy. Kerala State Council.
632.
Tasks at the Present State of the Struggle Against Imperialism and United action of the Communist and workers’ Parties and all Anti-Imperialist Forces, New Age, Supplement, July, 6, 1969. Pub. D.P Sinha
633.
A Critique of Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy by Bhowani Sen, CPI, 1969.
634.
A Collection on the Agrarian Question, NBA, 1969.
635.
Telangana Affair from Vishalandhra to Telengana, Konda Lakshman Bapuji, 1969.
636.
Economics for Trade Unionists by M. Achuthan, CPI, 1969. CP Publication
637.
Atrocities in Telangana dedicated to all these who laid down their precious Live in the Telangana Movement, 1969.
638.
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639.
What Happened in Kerala – Review of the 30 Months of Namboodripad Government by C. Achutha Menon, CPI, 1969. CP Publication
640.
Pakistan Politics by Tapan Das, 1969.PPH
641.
Mahatma Gandhi and History by S.A. Dange, CPI, 1969.
641.A.
The Communist Approach by Raj Bahadur Gour, CPI, 1969.
642.
Comrade (Biography of P. Krishna Pillai) by T.V. Krishnan, (Trivandrum:CPI, 1969. (Malayalam).
643.
CPM’s Fight Against United Front in West Bengal, Bhowani Sen, CPI, 1969.
644.
Driving Forces of History – Heroes and Masses by S.A. Dange, pph, 1969.
645.
Stand on Ideological Issues Communist Party of India, Marxist, 1969.
645.A.
Homage to Karl Marx: A Symposium by P.C. Joshi, PPH, 1969.
645.B.
Why and How Marxists against United Front? (Malayalam).
646.
Janasangh Ki Kahani Karpatri ji Ki Jubani, Grish Mishra, 1970.
646.A.
Anti Communist Gang-up in Kerala Betrayers of UF set up Anti People Government by EMS Namboodripad, CPI, 1970.
647.
Tiller Gets Land in Kerala by K.T. Jacob, CPI, 1970.
648.
Jyoti Basu’s Letters to Ajoy Mukherjee, CPI, 1970.
648.A.
Prpperty not a Fundamental Right - A Debate, PPH, 1970.
649.
Fascist Menace and Democratic Unity by S.G. Sardesai, PPH, August 1970.
650.
United States Aggression in Indochina by Zia-Ul-Haq, CPI, 1970.
651.
Resolutions of the Natioinal Council of the CPI, 1-5 October, 1970. CP Publication
652.
International Bulletin – I, CPI, 1970.
653.
Communism Today – 4, What is the Communist Party? By Avtar Singh Malhotra, CPI, 1970.
654.
Fact Book on Wages by M. Atchuthan, PPH, 1970.
654.A.
Marxist Leaders stand towards Congress Party Line – Kerala Leadership to India, Election Pamphlet No. 2, Who is Enemy who is Fee. (Malayalam).
655.
Vietnam Yuddham, by P.K. Rajan, Prabhatham Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd Trivandrum, 1970.
656.
Sanoopa ka Samaj Wad by Indradip Singh, CPI, 1970.
657.
Some days in the East Germany by H.R. Iyer, Krishnan Raja Publication, 1970.
658.
CPM Terror in West Bengal by Bhupesh Gupta, Ranen Sen & Prabhat Das Gupta, CPI, 1970.
659.
Makhdoom: A Memoir by Raj Bahadur Gour, CPI, 1970.
660.
Shapurji Saklatvala: A Short Biography by Panchanan Saha, PPH, 1970.
661.
Communism Kya Kyon Kaise by Acharya Dipankar, Samta Prakashan, 1970.
662.
Marxist Miscellany – A Collection of Essays by G. Adhikari, PPH, 1970.
662.A.
United Front Election Manifesto Why United Front Should come back to Power?
663.
The United States in Crisis – The Communist Solution, CPI, 1970.
664.
The Indian Revolution – Review and Perspective by Mohit Sen, PPH, 1970.
665.
Anti communist Gang-up in Kerala – Betrayers of UF Set Up Anti People Govt., CPI, 1970.
666.
Problems of India’s Agrarian Sector by M.C. Rajeswara Rao, CPI, 1970.
667.
Krantikariyan Ke Sansmaran by Zharkhande Rai, PPH, 1970.
668.
United Front could Back to Power, CPI, August, 1970.
669.
Resolutions and Report of the NC of the Communist Party of India CPI, 8-13 May, 1970.
670.
Italian Road to Socialism – Report of LUIGI LONGO, CPI, 1970.
671.
Review of Kerala Elections by Central Committee, CPM, 1970.
671.A.
Studies in Indian Monopolies by Kripa Shankar, Pauly V. Parakal, May 1970.(N.T)
672.
Present Political Situation – report adopted by CC of the CPI(M) at its meeting in Calcutta from Feb. 2-7, 1970.
673.
Previous Splits in the AITUC CPM, 1970.
674.
Dange & Co. Disrupt AITUC, CPM, 1970.
675.
On the Revisionist Disruption of the AITUC – Correspondence between CPI(M) and Right Communist Party, CPM 1970.
676.
Conspiracy to Wrack W. Bengal United Front, CPM, 1970. 
677.
Bengal Renaissance and other Essays by Susobhan Sarkar, PPH 1970.
678.
Marxism and the Language Problem in India by Satyendra Narayan Muzumdar, PPH, 1970.
678.A.
Report on the Functioning of the Central Approachs of Our Party, CPI National Council Meeting, May 8 – 13, 1970.
679.
Fascist Menace and Democratic Unity by S.G. Sardesai, PPH. 1970.
679.A.
Some Documents Relating to Early Indian Communists and Controversies around them – Collected Compiled and with a Forward by Dwijendra Nandi, 1970.
680.
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681.
Election Manifesto of the CPI, No. 4, 1971.CP Publication
682.
Right Reaction Bids for Power by Bhupesh Gupta, New Age, Election Supplement No. 3, January 17, 1971.
683.
Speaker’s Handbook (New Age) Election Supplement, Vol. XIX, No. 4, January 24, 1971.
684.
Mahan Zeven (Laghu Parichay) Com. Sachidanand Vishnu Ghate, Bihar, 1971.
685.
Bhagat Singh Veyaktitav Aur Vichardhara by Gopal Thakur, PPH, 1971.
686.
Lok Sabha Ka Madhyavadhi Chunav Ek Samiksha by Kishori Prasanna Singh, Hazipur1971.
687.
Some Impressions of the Soviet Union by C. Rajeswara Rao, CPI, 1971.
688.
Bharatiya Communist Party Ki Bihar Rajya Parishad Dwara Swikarity Bihar Rajya Parishad Dwara Swikarity Report.(Report adopted by the State Council CPI Bihar)
689.
Rajnitik Report, CPI 9th Bihar State Conference, Darbhanga 14-19 September, 1971.
690.
First Communist Party Conference: Political and Constitutional Draft amended on September 3,4,5, 1971, CPI, 1971. Ongole (Prakasam) District Committee, CPI
691.
United States Perfidy exposed Secret Pentagen Papers as Published in the New York Times, Party –I, PPH, 1971.
692.
Bhartiya Communist Party (Marxvadi) by Karma Suchi, CPI(M) 1971. Madurai
693.
United States Perfidy exposed Secret Pentagon Papers as Published in the New York Times, Part – II, PPH, 1971.
694.
United States Perfidy Exposed – Secret Pantagon Papers as Published in Part-III, PPH, 1971.
695.
On the General Election of March 1971 Resolution and Review Report of the NC of the CPI, 23-28 April, 1971.
696.
24th Congress of CPSU – An Event of World Importance by C. Rajeswara Rao, CPI, 1971.
697.
Kerala’s First Communist Life of ‘Sakhavu’ Krishna Pillai by T.V. Krishnan, CPI, 1971.
698.
Bihar Men Rashtria Janvadi Morcha Ke Leye Sengharsh (Struggle for National Democratic from in Bihar) Darbhanga 14-19, CPI1971.
699.
Party (Bharatia Communist Party Ki 9th Congress me Swikriti) CPI, 3-10 October, 1971.
700.
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701.
The Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. 11, No. 2, October, 1971.
702.
Communist Party and Naxalites by Pratap Mitra & Mohit Sen, CPI, 1971.
703.
The Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. 11, No. 3, November, 1971.
703.A.
Two Congress are the same – A Criticism on Marxist Party’s Election Manifesto, 1971.
704.
Draft Political Resolution to be Presented to the IX Congress of the CPI at Cochin, 3-10, October, 1971.
705.
Report and Resolution on the International Situation the World Communist Movement and the Tasks of the CPI, 1971.
706.
Constitution of the CPI – Incorporating the Amendments and Including the Rules on Bylaws adopted bythe Ninth Congress of the CPI, Cochin, 3 to 10 October, 1971.
707.
Once more on Chile: Its Lessons and Nonlessons, by N.K. Krishnan
708.
Political Report and Political Resolution adopted by Ninth Congress of the CPI, Cochin, 3-10, October, 1971.
709.
Smaranayutay Yedukal by C. Achutha Menon, Pub: Prabhatham Printing,  Trivandrum 1971.
710.
Organisational Report and Resolution on Party Organisation adopted by 8th  Congress of the CPI, Cochin, 3-10, October, 1971.
711.
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712.
Communist Party of India 9th Congress, Souvenir, Cochin, 1971.
713.
Our First General Secretry a Memorial Volume, S.V. Ghate, CPI, 1971.
714.
Bhartiya Communist Party Ka Samvidhan, CPI, 1971.
715.
Cry Halt to this Region of Terror by Jyoti Basu, CPI, 1971.
716.
Statement of Policy adopted by the All India Conference of the CPI, October, 1951, CPI, 1971.
717.
Programme Adopted at the 7th Congress of the Communist Party of India at Calcutta, Oct. 31 to Nov. 7, 1971, with the amendment by the 9th Congress in Madurai June 27 – July 2, 1972, Statement of Policy, 1971.
718.
Planning, CPI(M)’s Policies and Proposals – Memorandum submitted to Planning Commission, June 25, 1971, CPI, 1971.
719.
Election Manifesto of the CPI(M), CPM, 1971.
720.
Sangbadiker Chokha Bhangladeher Mukhityudhya – Shakti Chattopadhyaya, Vishwabani, Calcutta, 1971.
721.
Bhartiya Communist Party ka Chunav Ghoshna Patra – CPI Election Manifesto, 1970.
722.
United States Prefidy Exposed – Secret Pentagan Papers as Published in the New York, Part – II, PPH, 1971.
722.A.
CPI(M) Kerala State Committee – EMS Namboodripad.
-          Communist Party of Kerala State Conference
-          Indian Way to Socialism
-          CPI Kerala State Conference
-          CPI 9th Congress, Review Report
-          9th Party Congress, CPI-TVM-Gill Sammelan
-          Resolutions Political Resolution on Party Organisation
-          CPI-9th Congress Passed by Political and Organisation Resolution
-          Mid-term Election of India
-          9th Party Congress
-          CPI Kerala State Today Workers Federation 6th Conference Report.
723.
Party Life (Inner Party) Journal of the Organisation Department, CPI, Vol. VIII, No. 1, January 1972.
724.
Mohan Jivan: Laghu Parchay by Com. Ajoy Ghosh, Gyangeh Publication 1972.
725.
Mohan Jivan: Laghu Parchay by Com. Rudradutt Bhardwaj,Pub: Gyangoh, 1972.CPI
726.
The Truth About CPM – A Critique of the Ideological-Political Line of the CPI(M), Bhowani Sen, CPI, 1972.
727.
Who Really Aids India USA or USSR? – Sadhan Mukherjee, CPI, 1972.
728.
Resolutions of the 9th Congress (Madurai, June 27 – July 2, 1971, CPI, 1972.
729.
Pakistan Policies that led to Breakup by M. Farooqi, CPI, 1972.
730.
Party Life (Inner Party Journal of the Organisation Department), CPI, Vol. VIII, No. 3, March, 1972.
731.
Review of Elections to State Assemblies (1972) and Resolutions adopted by the National Council, CPI, New Delhi 14-18 April, 1972.
732.
Masterpiece of Left Opportunism – critique of CPM draft Poltiical Resolution by Bhupesh Gupta, CPI, 1972.
732.A.
CPI(M) Programme: Some Questions People’s Power, Vol. 1, No. 2, December 1972.
732.B.
Resolution of Communist Unity Centre by KPR Gopalan, Trissur, 1972.
733.
Party Education Series – Preliminary Course, CPI, 1972.
734.
Telangana People’s Struggle and its Lessons by P. Sundarayya, CPM, Calcutta, 1972.
735.
National Democracy and People’s Democracy –
- Essays in Honour of 9th Birthday of Comrade Georgi Dimitrov by Bhowani Sen & Mohit Sen, CPI, 1972.
736.
Party Education Series – Grade I Course, CPI, 1972.
737.
Bhartiya Communist Party Ki Rastriya Parishad Ke Mahatwapurna Dastawej aur Prastav, 24-28 August, 1972, CPI, 1972.


738.
Party Education Series – Grade II Course, CPI, 1972.
739.
Jan Karya Niti (People’s Action Policy) – Resolution of the NC of CPI, 1972.
740.
Resolutions of the National Council of the CPI, New Age Supplement, New Delhi 24-28 August, 1972, CPI, 1972.
741.
Ceiling on Agricultural Land by Z.A. Ahmad, CPI, 1972.
742.
Prices, Monopolies and Government Policies by Pauly V. Prakal, CPI, 1972.
743.
Communist Reply to Tata Memorandum by H.K. Vyas, CPI, 1972.
744.
Indian Muslim Problems and Trends by M. Farooqi, CPI, 1972.
745.
The Historic Telengana Struggle – Some Useful Lessons from its Rich Experience by C. Rajeswara Rao, CPI, 1972.
746.
Basic Documents of the Moscow Meetings of Communist and Workers’ Parties, 1957-60-69, CPI, 1972.
747.
Mulki Tangle in Andhra Pradesh – The Communist Approach by Bahadur Gour, CPI, 1972.
748.
Bhowani Sen Tributes, CPI, 1972.
749.
Glimpses of Revolutionary Cuba by Yogindra Sharma, CPI, 1972.
750.
Veer Telangana by Ravi Narayan Redy, 1972.
751.
Central Committee Statement – The Party and the Struggle of the Bangladesh People, CPI(M), 1972.
752.
Work Report (Political) of the CC to the 9th Congress –
- Organisational Position of the Party (Tables) Note on National Question and Amendment to Party Programme adopted by the 9th Congress Madurai, June 27-July 2, 1972.
753.
Political Resolution adopted by the 9th Congress, June 27 – July 2, 1972.CPM
754.
25 Years of Independence and the Challenge of the Path by Bhupesh Gupta, CPI, 1972.
755.
Navam Congress Grihita Rajnitik Prastav (Political Resolution) adopted at the 9th Congress, Madurai, CPI(M)1972.
756.
Political Resolution, 9th Congress Document, CPI(M), 1972.
757.
Communism Today – 4, What is the Communist Party? By Avtar Singh Malhotra, CPI, 1972.
758.
Gathantantre: (Constitution) CPM, Madurai, 1972.
759.
Central Committee’s Draft Political Resolution for 9th Congress of the CPM – People’s Democracy Supplement, April 30, 1972.
760.
Paschim Bange Sansadiya Gantantra Tantro Dhwanse (Distruction of Parliamentary Democracy in West Bengal) by Jyoti Basu, CPI(M), June, 1972.
761.
On the Latest Stand of CPI(M) Central Committee, Socialist Unity Centre of India, 1973.
761.A.
Remedies for Democratic Revolution –
-          CPI 9th Congress Political Resolution Report
-          Strike against Prize rise
-          Working Report – All India Youth Federation 5th State Council
-          What is the Reason for fighting with Pakistan?
-          Travancore Coir Factory Workers Union, 14th Annual Report
-          Coconut Price Control.
762.
Heroic Telangana – Reminiscences and Experiences by Ravi Narayan Reddy, CPM, 1973.
762.A.
Central Committee Resolution on Certain Agrarian Issues and Explanatory Note by P.Sundarayya, CPI(M).
763.
Historic Telangana Struggle – Heroic Peasant Revolt for the abolition of Feudalism by Rajeshwar Rao, Ramachandra Arutla Reddy, A.P. Communist Samithi, 1951.CPI.
764.
The People’s March to Delhi by Mohit Sen, CPI, 1973.
765.
CIA Danger against India by Pauly V. Parakal, CPI, 1973.
766.
Reader in Marxist-Leninist Philosophy Issued by Central Party Education Dept., CPI, 1973.
766.A.
For Now India for a New Line – Examination ‘or’ Murdor? Thiruvalla Distt Conference, 1973. (Malayalam) .
767.
Defeat Separatist Conspiracy in Andhra by C. Rajeswara Rao, CPI, 1973.
768.
Kerala Three Years of UF Government Headed by C. Achutha Menon, CPI, 1973.
769.
Mahan Jivan Laghu Parichay – 6 by Mahapandit Rahul Sankritiyan, Giangeh, 1973.
770.
Mahan Jivan: Laghu Parchihya-5 by Com. Teja Singh Swantra, Giangeh, 1973.
771.
Mahan Jivan: Laghu Parchihya-5 by Swami Sehajanand Saraswati Giangeh, 1973.
772.
CPI(M) Bekarir Virudhe (Against Unemployment) by Rajan Chaudhuri, Feb. 1973.
773.
Keralathilay Communsit Prasthanam by N.E. Balram, Prabhatham, 1973.
774.
CPM Bharte Videshiloot (Indian Capital Drained to Foreign Country) by Ashok Basu, February, 1973.
775.
Chile: Anatomy of a U.S. Imperialist Coup CPI, 1973.
776.
Report and Resolutions of the National Council of the Communist Party of India, 29 March – 1 April, 1973, CPI, 1973.
777.
Subhas Chandra Bose and Indian Communist Movement by Gautam Chattopadhyay, PPH, 1973.
778.
Chile: Popular Unity against Fascism, CPI, 1973.
779.
Life and Work of Dr. K.M. Ashraf by  M. Farooqi and N.L. Gupta, CPI, 1973.
780.
Resolutions of the Central Committee Meeting in Calcutta from Nov. 22 to 27, 1973 – Homage to Martyrs, Condolences, Political and Economic Situation, Centre in Agrarian Issues, Chile, West Asia, 1973.
781.
Resolutions of the National Council of the CPI, New Delhi 2-5, Dec. 1973, CPI, 1973.
782.
Defeat the RSS Fascist Designs by K.L. Mahendra, CPI, 1973.
783.
Statistical Handbook, 1973, Issued by Central Party Education Deptt., CPI, 1973.
784.
25 years of Education in India by Syamal Chakrabarty, PPH, 1973.
785.
Documents of the Second Congress of the Communist Party of BangladeshDacca, 4-9 December, 1973, CPI, 1974.
786.
Political Resolution adopted by the 5th Congress of the Communist Party of Philippines, CPI, 1973.
787.
Glorious Telangana Arms Struggle by Raj Bhadur Gour, CPI, 1973.
788.
Central Committee Resolution on Certain Agrarian Issues and an Explanatory by P. Sundarayya, CPI, 1973.
789.
National Integration – A Critique of government Policies note submitted to the National Integration Council, October 1973 by P. Sundarayya, CPM, 1973.
790.
Report on Economic and Political Situation adopted by the CC of the CPI(M) meeting in Calcutta from July 15 to 20, 1973.
790.A.
Central Committee’s Rastriya Report CPM 9th Congress, 1973.
790.B.
In the Cause of the People: Reminisconces by A.K. Gopalan, Orient Longman, Madras, 1973.
791.
Report of the CC on Current National and International Situation adopted at the meeting in New Delhi, September 3-9, 1974. CPI (Marxist)
792.
Amendment to the Constitution of India moved by CPI(M) by P. Sundarayya, CPM, 1974.
793.
A Marxist view of Indian Politics 1967-1972 – Selections from the Marxist Review a Monthly Journal of Poltiics and Economics, 1974.
794.
Sampurn Jan-Virodhi Kranti Aur Navadi Shaktiyon Ke Eakata by Jagnath Sarkar, Patna, 1974.
794.A.
Inaugural Address to S.F.I Conference, by P. Sundarayya SFI, 1974.
794.B.
Jay Prakashji Ka Rajnitik Seershsan, CPI, 1974.
795.
Inflation Curb – Yes! Wage-Preeze – No by N.K. Krishnan, Pauly V. Parakal, CPM, 1974.
796.
History of Kayyoor Struggle by V.V. Kunhambu, Chinta Pub. Tvm 1974.
797.
Generalists, Specialists and the Workings Class by A.B. Bardhan, CPI, 1974.
798.
Resolutions and Documents adopted by the NC, CPI, 31 July to 4 August, 1974, CPI, 1974.
799.
Guidelines of the History of the CPI (Issued by Central Party Education Deptt.), CPI, 1974.
800.
India’s Freedom Struggle and the CPI by M. Farooqi, CPI, 1974.
801.
India’s Freedom Struggle and the CPI by M. Farooqi, CPI, 1974.
802.
Maoism Unmasked by N.K. Krishnan and Mohit Sen, CPI, 1974.
803.
Political Role of the Army in Developing Countries, CPI, 1974.
804.
Lenin’s Teachings and our Tactice by C. Rajeswara Rao, CPI, 1974.
804.A.
Communist Discipline by Ramesh Upadhyay. Janbasha Prakashan, Jodhpur
805.
10th Party Congress Ke Liye Party Sanghathan Ke Bare Mein Report Ka Masvida aur Party Samvidhan Mein Sansodhan Ke Liye Suzhav, (Report on Party Amendements to Political Situation), CPI, 1974.
806.
Real Face of BP’s Total Revolution by Indradeep Sinha, CPI, 1974.
807.
Draft Report on Party Organisation to the 10th PartyCongress and Proposals for Amendments to Party Constitution adopted by the National Council, 21-25 November, 1974, CPI, 1974.
808.
Strike Struggle in India 1921-1974, Indian Labour Journal, Dec. 1974.
809.
Communist Party Ka Ghosanapatra by Karl Marx, PPH, 1974.
810.
Pratikriya Ka Alambardar-Jaiarakash by Inderdeep Singh, CPI, 1974.
811.
Draft Political Resolution of 10th Congress of the CPI, Trivandrum: District Council, 1974.
812.
Shivaji: Contours of a Historical Evaluation by S.G. Sardesai, Perspective Publication, 1974.
813.
Draft Political Resolution of 10th Congress of the CPI, Trivandrum: Kerala State Council, Dec., 1974.
814.
World Communist Movement 1847-1876 by Anil Rajimwale, CPI, 1974.
815.
Politics of Namaat-e-Islami-e-Hind by Ghulam Hyder, CPI, 1974.
816.
2nd Communist Party Conference Ongole: Executive Committee Prakasam Dist. August 16 to 18, 1974. (Telegu).
817.
May 3rd and After, EMS Namboodripad, Chinta Publishers May, 1974.
818.
Organisation (Nirman) of the CPI by Yellamanda Reddy, CPI, 1974.
819.
Jai Andhra Dumaram (on the Separatist Andhra Movement) – The Novel is based the eye-witness reports of some of the incidents. by Kosaraju Seshayya, 1974.
820.
Draft Political Report to 10th Party Congress adopted by the NC of the CPI, 21-24, November, 1974.
821.
Draft Political Report to 10th Party Congress adopted by the NC of the CPI, 21-25, November, 1974.
822.
Draft Political Report to 10th Party Congress adopted by the NC of the CPI, 21-24, November, 1974.
823.
Draft Political Resolution for 10th Party Congress adopted by the NC of the CPI, 21-24, November, 1974.
824.
Report of the Central Committee on Current National and Interntional Situation adopted at its meeting in New Delhi, September, 3-9, 1974.
825.
Draft Report on Party Organisation to the 10th Party Congress and proposals for amendents to Party Constitution adopted by the NC of the CPI, 21-24, November, 21-25, 1974.
826.
Report of the Central Control Commission to the 10th Party Congress, CPI,  1974.
827.
Draft Report on Party Organisation to the 10th Party Congress and proposals for amendents to Party Constitution adopted by the NC of the CPI, 21-24, November, 21-25, 1974.
828.
Dange Selected Writings, Vol. 1, by S.A., Lok Vangmaya Griha, 1974.
829.
8th Congress of CPI, Programmes of the Party, 1974.
830.
K.S.U’s Cultural Revolution, EMS Namboodripad – A Chinta Pub. 1974.
830.A.
Student Upsurge and Indian Revolution by S.G. Sardesai, Youth Life Publication 1974.
830.B.
EMS – Indian Millarat by A.V. Aryan.
830.C.
Party Jivan, Vol. 5, No. 20, Dec. 1974.
830.D.
United Front
-          Indian Communist Party’s Line
-          Political Report approved by theCPI’s Committee held on May 22-25, 1974.
-          CPI Political Report
-          Aims of Peace-Friendly Organisation
-          Against Marxist Rule
-          Poltiical Report
-          Kollam Distt. Conference
-          CPI 10th Congress Kollam Distt. Conference
-          10th Congress of CPI – Allapuzha distt. Conference
-          CPI 10th Congress, Work Report.
830.E.
CPI Palghat Distt Conference International Report
-          CPI-Kozhicode Distt. Conference
-          Palghat Distt. Conference
-          Bort-National Situation
-          CPI Plaghat Distt. Conference Work Report
-          Change brought by Oct. Revolution
-          CPI Ernakulam Distt. Conference
-          CPI Kozhicode Distt. Conference Work Report
-          CPI Malapuram Distt. Conference work report
-          World Communist Organization
-          Revolt Against Marxist Goondaism appeal by CPI.
-          CPI – 10 Party Congress Trivandrum distt. Conference
-          Against Murderous Politics.
830.F.
The first Communist Conference by G. Adhikari, Marxist Miscellany, January, 1974.PPH
831.
Working Report of Kerala State Council for Kerala State Conference, CPI, 1975.
831.A.
Fifty Years of Communist Press by Chinmohan Sehanavis, CPI, 1974.
832.
Political Report (10th Conference of UP State, CPI, Lucknow, 14-18, January 1975.
832.A.
Documents of the 10th Congress of the Communist Party of India, CPI, 1975.
833.
Codes of Conduct for National Council Members – Legislators, Wholetimers, CPI, 1975.
834.
Political Report (10th conference of UP State, CPI), Lucknow, 14-18, January, 1975.
835.
Documents of the 10th Congress of the CPI, Bhowanisennagar, Vijayawada, 27 January to 2 February, 1975.
836.
Report on Party Organisation and Amendments to Party Constitution, CPI, 1975.
837.
Socialism and Development – Recent Experience by Kamal Nayan Kabra, PPH, 1975.
838.
Political Resolution adopted by the 10th Congress of the CPI, Bhowanisen Nagar, Vijayawada, CPI, 27 Jan. to 2 Feb., 1975.
839.
Political Resolution adopted by the 10th Congress of the CPI, Bhowani Nagar, Vijayawada, CPI, 27 Jan. to 2 Feb., 1975.
840.
Draft Report on the International Situation, CPI, 1975.
841.
The Real Face of the Right Communists by M. Basavapunnaiah, 1975.
842.
Singaravelu – First Communist in South India by K. Murugesah & C.S. Subramanayam, PPH, 1975.
843.
Communist Party of India 10th Congress, Jan. 27 – Feb. 2, 1975, Bhowani Sen Nagar, Vijayawada, P.C. NO. 58
844.
What is CPI’s Programme? By N. Rajsekhar Reddy, CPI, 1975.
845.
Budget and the Crisis of Indian Economy by Pauly V. Parakal & Others, PPH, 1975.
846.
The Chinese Revolution and Maoism by Mohit Sen, CPI, 1975.
846.A.
Memoir of an Indian Communist by K. Damodaran, New Left Review, May, 1975.
847.
Famine-Hunger-Growth – A Study of Food Situation in India by Sunil Sengupta, CPI, 1975.
848.
Some Problems Concerning the Agrarian Moement and our Tasks adopted by the NC of the CPI, 1-5 april, 1975.
849.
Resolution and Documents adopted by the NC of the CPI, 1-5 April, 1975.
850.
Proposals of the CPI for Electoral Reform adopted by the NC of the CPI, 1-5 April 1975.
851
Communist Party of India Fifty Years of Struggle and Advance 1925-1975, CPI 1975
851.A.
Marxist Miscellary, A Collection of Essay 6,January 1975.PPH
852.
National Emergency and our Tasks Resolutuion adopted by the Central Executive Committee, CPI, 30 June to 2 July 1975.
853.
Resolutions and Report adopted by the National Council of the Communist Party of India, 25-28 August, 1975.
854.
Women’s Movement and Communist Party adopted by the NC of the CPI, 25-28 August, 1975.
855.
Working Class and the Emergency by N.K. Krishnan & T.N. Siddhanta, CPI, 1975.
856.
Emergency and the Communist Party by C. Rajeswara Rao, Bhopesh Gupta, CPI, 1975.
857.
Parties of Righ reaction by C.Rajeswara Rao, CPI, 1975.
858.
Tragedy of Komagata Maru by Sohan Singh Josh, PPH, 1975.
859.
Fascism and the Politics of Power by Sadhan Mukherjee, CPI, 1975.
860.
Martyar’s Memorial Sonvenir, 1975, Martyar’s Memorial Souvinir Committee, Cannannore, 1975.
861.
Oil Politics and India by Nitya Chakraborty, CPI, 1975.
862.
Reaction Strikes in Bangladesh, CPI, 1975.
863.
Rural Poor and the New Programme by Sunil Sengupta & Others, CPI, 1975.
864.
Memories of an unrepentant Communist by A.S.R. Chari, Orient Longman, 1975.
865.
K. Damodaran Memorial Volume, Punalur Paper Mills Ltd., 1975.
865.A.
Central News Service (Circulars) No. 230-255, Janaury 1975), CPI, 1975.
866.
50 years of Communist Press by Chinmohan Sehanavis, CPI, 1975.
866.A.
Central News Service (Circulars) No. 256-279, February, 1975), CPI, 1975.
866.B.
Central News Service (Circulars) No. 303-327, April, 1975), CPI, 1975.
867.
Vishav Communist Aandolan 1847-1876 by Anil Rajimwale, CPI, 1975.
868.
World Communist Movement 1876-1914 by Anil Rajimwale, CPI, 1975.
868.A.
Central News Service (Circulars) No. 328-353, May, 1975), CPI, 1975.
869.
Urban Land and Housing Policies Ceiling and Socialisation by Kamal Nayan Kabra, PPH, 1975.
869.A.
Central News Service (Circulars) No. 354-378, June, 1975), CPI, 1975.
870.
Cmmunist – Bhartiya Communist Party Ka Monthly Patra, Vol. 1, No. 1, October, 1975.
871.
Ho Chi Minh Selected Writings and Speeches by C. Rajeswara Rao, CPI, 1975.
871.A.
Emergency: Voice of the Opposition in Parliament by AKG.
872.
Draft Political Report for 10th Party Congress adopted by the NC of the CPI, 21-25, November 1974.
873.
Draft Report on Party Organisation to the 10th Party Congress and Proposals for amendments to Party Constitution adopted by the NC, CPI, 1974, CPI, 1975.
874.
Draft Report on Party Organisation to the 10th Party Congress and Proposals for amendments to Party Constitution adopted by the NC, CPI, 21-25 November, 1974, CPI, 1975.
875.
Draft Report on Party Organisation to the 10th Party Congress and Proposals for amendments to Party Constitution adopted by the NC, CPI, 21-25 November, 1974, CPI, 1975.
876.
Draft Political Resolution for Tenth Party Congress adopted by the NC, CPI, 1975.
876.A
An Interview withSharaf Akhtar Ali by K. Damodaran on 16.12.1975.
877.
Draft Political Report to Tenth Party  Congress adopted by the NC, CPI, 21-25 November, 1974, CPI, 1975.
878.
Towards Stability – 4 years Record of Kerala Alliance Ministry by C. Achutha Menon, December 1974.
879.
Mazdoori, Daam Aur Munafa by Karl Marx, PPH, 1975.
879.A.
A Marxsian Glimpse of History by Susobhan Sarkar, PPH, 1975.
879.B.
CPI 10th Congress: A General Report
-          Indian Communist Party 10th Congress
-          Behaviour Laws for NC Members
-          Legislators and other Party members
-          Political Resolution
-          Some Problems and Responsibilities about Kerala Karshaka Prasthan
-          What is the Programme of Indian Communist Party.
879.C.
Culprit Revolution’s Sharp edge
-          Marxist Party siding with Right-Wing
-          CPI Programme
-          CPI – Kerala State Coference
-          Indian Communist Party – 10th  Congress. (Malayalam).
879.D.
Central News Service – Ajay Bhavan Kotla Road, New Delhi, Nos. 280-302, March 1975.
879.E.
Central News Service – Ajay Bhavan Kotla Road, New Delhi, Nos. 379-405, July, 1975.
879.F.
Central News Service – Ajay Bhavan Kotla Road, New Delhi, Nos. 406-429, August, 1975.
879.G.
Central News Service – Ajay Bhavan Kotla Road, New Delhi, Nos. 430-455, September, 1975.
879.H.
Central News Service – Ajay Bhavan Kotla Road, New Delhi, Nos456-478, October, 1975.
879.I.
Central News Service – Ajay Bhavan Kotla Road, New Delhi, Nos. 479-501, November, 1975.
879.J.
Central News Service – Ajay Bhavan Kotla Road, New Delhi, Nos. 502-528, December, 1975.
880.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, Trivandrum, 7 to 11 February, 1976.
881.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, Trivandrum, 4 to 8 August, 1976.
882.
Report on the All India Padayatra Campaign and Other Resolutions adopted by the Central Executive Committee of the CPI in its meeting held in Madras 18-21 June, 1976.
883.
CPM’s Opportunism in Crisis by N.K. Krishnan & Others, CPI, 1976.
884.
Murder of Truth – Anti CPI Barrage Exposed, CPI, 1976.
884.A.
CPM Opportunism in Crisis – International National Reports and Party’s Crucial Duties, About Party Organization N.C. approved notes, Organizational Report.
885.
Consembly Move an Democratic Fight-Back, CPI, 1976.
886.
Communist Party programme on the Agrarian Front – A Historical Review by Sunil Sengupta, CPI, 1976.
887.
CPM on Constitutional Changes, 1976.
888.
My Meetings with Bhagat Singh and on other Early Revolutionaries by Sohan Singh Josh, CPI, 1976.
889.
Ideology and Emergency, CPI, 1976.
890.
What is Marxism? By N.E. Balaram, CPI, 1976.
891.
Congress Socialism appraisal and Appeal by Mohit Sen, CPI, 1976.
892.
Report and Resolutuions of the Meeting of the Central Executive Committee of the CPI, 24-27 October 1976, CPI, 1976.
892.A.
Central News Service, Nos. 1-25, Vol. III, January 1976.
892.B.
Central News Service, Nos. 26-49, Vol. III, February, 1976.
892.C.
Central News Service, Nos. 50-75, Vol. III, March, 1976.
892.D.
Central News Service, Nos. 76-99, Vol. III, April 1976.
892.E.
Central News Service, Nos. 100-123, Vol. III, May 1976.
892.F.
Central News Service, Nos. 124-201, Vol. III, June, July, August, 1976.
892.G.
Central News Service, Nos. 202-300, Vol. III, September, December, 1976.
893.
Draft Political Review Report for the Eleventh Party Congress adopted by the NC of the CPI, 24-28, December, 1977.
894.
Draft Organisation Report for the Eleventh Party Congress adopted by the NC of the CPI, 24-28 December, 1977.
895.
Documents of the History of the CPI by Mohit Sen, Vol. VIII, 1951-1956, PPH, 1977.
896.
Santiago Carrillo’s Eurocommunism, PPH, 1977.
897.
Bow of Burning Gold – A Study of Subhas Chandra Bose by Hiren Mukherjee, PPH, 1977.
897.A.
Election Manifesto of the CPI forward to a New Lok Sabha with a Decisive Majority for Democratic Forces, 1977.
898.
These for the Eighth Congress of the Portuguese Communist Party, CPI, 1977.
899.
Hindustan Gadar Party – A Short History by Sohan Singh Josh, PPH, 1977,
900.
Idealist Views of the SUC People by EMS Namboodripad, Chinta, September 2, 1977.
901.
Lok Sabha Election – Resolution of the National Council of the CPI, held in Delhi from 3 to 6 April, 1977,
902.
The Left Front and West Bengal, Government of West Bengal, 1977.
903.
Programme adopted at the 7th Congress of the CPI at Calcutta, October 31 to November 7, 1964, Madurai June 27 to July 2, 1972 – Statement of Policy, CPM, 1977.
903.A.
Bulletin of the Communsit Platform, No. 1, Oct. 1977.
904.
Manifesto on Elections to Lok Sabha, March 1977 adopted by the CC at its Meeting in New Delhi, Jan. 27-29, 1977.
905.
Resolutions of the National Council of CPI, 9-12 July 1977, CPI, 1977.
906.
CPI(M) and the Right C.P.
-          Right Communist Party Continues its old Bankrupt Line
-          Question of Communist Unity and Unity of Action
CPM, 1977.
907.
Menace of Multinationals by Sadhan Mukherjee & others, PPH, 1977.
908.
Draft Political Resolution for 10th Congress of Communist Party of India (M), 1977.
909.
On Bourgeois Democracy by Sachin Banerji, Socialist Unity Centre of India, 1977.
909.A.
To Step Mass Murders
-          Cooperative Organisation
-          Change made by the October Revolution 60th Year ofOct. Revolution
-          Janatha Party old Poison in New Battle
-          To Marxist Party – is they are year Friends
-          CPI, Kerala State Council approved Election Review of Kerala
-          Com. Belch incident Forget? (Malayalam).
909.B.
Paper Cutting relating to Communsim in India, October 1977.
909.C.
National Council Meeting for National Council Members – Resolutionon Lok Sabha Election, CPI, 1977.
909.D.
Circular on JNU Students’ Union Election, April, 1977.
909.E.
On the Misuse of Emergency, October, 27, 1976, Central Executive Committee of the CPI which concluded its four-day meeting in Bangalore adopted the following resolution and released it to the Press on January, 1977.
909.F.
Central News Service, Nos. 2-24, January, 1977.
910.
Organisation Report adopted by the 11th Congress of the CPI, Bhakna Nagar, 31 March to 7 April, 1978, CPI, 1977.
911.
Political Review Report adopted by the 11th Congress of the CPI, Bhakna Nagar, 31 March – 7 April, 1978.
912.
Some Observations on the Political Review Report by S.A. Dange, CPI, 1978.
912.A.
Students, 1978 Leaflets of Students Union, DU Students Union, 1977-78.
913.
Critical Notes for Eleventh Party Congress by Prakash Roy, CPI, 1978.
914.
Report of the Central Control Commission for the Eleventh Party Congress of CPI from Feb. 1975 to March, 1978.
915.
Critical Notes on the Draft Political Review Report for the 11th Party Congress by Ramanand Agarwal, 1978.
916.
A Critical Note on the NC Draft Review Report for the 11th Party Congress by Biswanath Mukherjee, 1978.
917.
Political Resolution adopted by the 11th Congrss of the CPI, Bhakna Nagar, 31 March to 7 April 1978. CPI, 1978.
918.
CPI’s Defence of Naxalite Prisoners, CPI, 1978.
919.
Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, 5-8 July, 1978.
920.
Report and resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, 29 Oct. to 2 November, 1978.
921.
Documents of the Eleventh Congress of the CPI, 31 March to 7 April, 1978.
922.
In Defence of Ancient India by R.S. Sharma, PPH, 1978.
923.
Draft Organ Report for the 11th Party Congress adopted by the NC of the CPI, 24-28 December, 1978.
924.
Draft Political Resolution for 10th Congress of CPI(M), 1978.
925.
The Shah Commission Report and After put them in the Dock by EMS Namboodripad, CPM, 1978.
926.
A Note on the Theoretical Roots of the Mistakes in our Party’s Line: Some Comments on the Draft Review Report of the NC of the CPI by Prof. Parimal Chandra Ghosh, 1978.
927.
United Front – Some Historical Experiences and Problems by Anil Rajimwale, PPH, 1978.
928.
CPM’s Politics X-Rayed by Mohit Sen, CPI, 1978.
929.
Political Resolution adopted at the 10th Congress of the CPI(M) April 2 to April 8, 1978.
930.
Report and Resolution on Organisation adopted by the Salkia Plenum, December 27-31, 1978.
931.
Resolution on Organisation and other Resolutions of the Plenum of the CC, Dec. 27-31, 1978. CPI(M)
932.
Indian Economy and the Janata Party Raj by Grish Mishra, CPI, 1978.
933.
Hindustan Gadar Party – A short History by Sohan Singh Josh, Vol. II, 1978.

934.
Democratic Decentralisation by EMS Namboodripad, Note on the Report of the Ashoka Mehta Committee on the Panchayati Raj Institution, CPM, 1978.
935.
XI Congress Communist Party of India, 31st March – 7th April, 1978.
935.A.
Bulletin of the Communist Platform, June-Sept. 1978.
935.B.
Paper Cutting relating to Communism Abroad, Jan-Dec. 1978.
935.C.
10th Congress Report by k.k. Karyamkulam, CPI(M)
935.D.
Eight Years of Left Front Government inTripura, 1978.
935.E.
Communism in India, 1978.
935.F.
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 11th Congress, Report, 1978.
935.G.
 A Critical note on the NC’s Draft Review Report for the 11th Party Congress- Biswanath Mukherjee, CPI 1978.
935.H.
11th Congress of CPI Bhatinda, Critical Notes on the Draft Political Review Report for the 11th Party Congress, Ramanand Agarwal.CPI 1978.
935.I.
11th Congress of CPI – Bhatinda Mar. 31-7 April1978. Some Obsevation of the Political Review Report, S.D Dange. CPI 1978.
935.J.
11th Congress of CPI – A note on the Theoretical Roots of the Mistakes in our Party’s Lins: Some Comments on the   draft Review Report of the NC of the CPI, Prof. Parimal Chadra Ghosh.CPI 1978.
935.K.
CPI- 12th Delhi State Conference, 10-11-12 March, 1978. State Council Report, 1978.
935.L.
CPI Kundara Conference march 24-25, 1979. Com. T.V. Sugathan Nagar Cherumood, Work Review Report.
935.M.
CPI-11th Congress Organisation- CPI 11th Congress International- National Review Report.- Organisational Report- Trissur Disstt.Conference.City Conference- Kundara Conference
935.N.
11th Congress of CPI – A Note on the Theoretical Roots of the Mistakes in our Party’s Line: Some Comments on the Draft Review Report of the NC of the CPI by Dr. Sobhanlal Detta Gupta, 1978. (N.T)
935.O.
CPI 12th Delhi State Conference, 10-12 March 1978. (N.T)
935.P.
Review Report 11th Party Congress
-          Political Review Report
-          Communist Development Programme and other Social Work
-          CPI 11th Congress
-          CPI Kanpur Distt. Conference
-          CPI Malappuram Distt. Conference (Malayalam) (N.T)
935.Q.
CPI-1`1th Congress Organization
-          CPI 11thCongress International – National Review Report
-          Organisational Report
-          11th Party Congress – Organisational Report
-          Trissur Distt. Conference
-          City Conference
-          Kundara Conference.(N.T)
935 R
XIth Congress of CPI, Draft Organ. Report for the Eleventh Party Congress-Adopted by the NC of the CPI. N.Delhi 24-28 Dec. 1977. CPI 1978.
935 S
XIth Congress of CPI, Critical Notes for XIth Party Congress- Prakash Roy.CPI 1978.
936.
Focus – 1 Handbook of Statistics CPI(M), 1979.
936 B
Centre- State Relations, B.T. Ranadive.1978
937.
Focus – 2 India – 1966-79 Balancesheet of Indira Regime and Janata Rule, CPI(M), 1979.
938.
Focus – 3 Working Class under Congress and Janata Rule, CPM, 1979.
939.
Report and Resolution on Organisation adopted by the Salkia Plenum, December 27-31, 1978.CPI(M)
940.
Eurocommunism or Scientific Socialism by Mohit Sen, PPH 1979.
940.A.
Thozhilalivargam by K. Damodaran Memorial Special – 2 Published by P.M. Padmanabhan Calicut, 1979.
941.
Review Report adopted by the 10th Congress, Julunder, April 2-8, 1978, CPM.
942.
Review of Party’s Activities and Political Developments and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI Meeting held in Delhi from Feb. 22 – 26, 1979.
942A
An Open Letter to the Christian Voter, Published by The Christian Institute for the study of society, Banglore-1
943.
Why Pricerise? By Girish Mishra, CPI, 1979.
944.
RSS Double-Talk Exposed by Pauly V. Parakal, CPI, 1979.
945.
Class Struggle and Case Conflict in Rural Areas by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1979.
946.
Idol of False Promises by Bhupesh Gupta and M. Farooqi, CPI, 1979.
947.
Cow Problems and Indian Economy, CPI, 1979.
948.
On the Political Line of the CPM by M. Basavapunnaiah, CPM, 1979.
949.
Election Manifesto, CPM, 1979.
950.
Midterm Poll to 7th Lok Sabha Speakers Handbook
-          Vote for CPI
-          Vote for Left and Democratic Unity,
CPI, 1979.
951.
Election Manifesto of CPI
-          Vote for CPI
-          Vote for Left and Democratic Unity,
CPI, 1979.
952.
Neither Janata nor Congress but a Left Democratic National Alternative by Jagannath Sarkar, CPI, 1979.
952.A.
Documents of the History of the CPI, by G. Adhikari, Vol. III, PPH 1979.
953.
Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi 23-25 September, 1979.
954.
The Great Attack by Sohan Singh Josh, PPH, 1979, Meerut Conspiracy Case, 1979.
954.A.
Repression in Singhbhum Report of the Fact Finding Committee of the People’s Union for Civil Liberties and Democratic Rights, Delhi in Bihar, March, 1979 by Dalip S. Swamy & Other.
954.B.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VII, No. 1, 1979. (Malayalam).
954.C.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VII, No. 3, 1979. (Malayalam).
954.D.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VII, No. 4, 1979. (Malayalam).
954.E.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VII, No. 6, 1979. (Malayalam).
954.F.
On Recent Developments in South East Asia an Appeal to the Communists all over the world Socialist Unity Centre of India, 1979.
955.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi, 12-15 July, 1980, CPI, 1980.
956.
Ho Chi Minh, CPI, 1979.
957.
Communists in Indian Women’s Movement by Renu Chakravarty, PPH, 1979.
958.
Collection of Articles on the Communist Party (Pusthaka Sammeksha) Ayyappa Press, 1980.
959.
Central Committee Document Election Reviews, Lok Sabha, January 1980, State Assemblies, May 1980, CPM, 1980.
960.
Report and Resolutions NC of the CPI, Vijayawada, October 23-25, 1980, CPM, 1980.
961.
Detractors of CPI Bank on Falsehood, CPI, 1980.
962.
Real Face of the Assam Agitation by P. Ramamurti, CPM, 1980.
963.
Why this CPI(M) Pique Against CPI? By Bhupesh Gupta and N.K. Krishnan, CPI, 1980.
964.
Review of 1980 mid term Lok Sabha Elections and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi, 30 January to 3 February, 1980, CPI, 1980.
965.
Documents of the 8th Congress of the Communist Party of Philippines, Dec. 1980, CPI.
965.A.
A Report on Kerala, CPI, 1980.
966.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VII, No. 7, 1980.
967.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VII, No. 10, 1980.
968.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VIII, No. 11, 1980.
969.
Lok Sabha Elections: Communsit Review by M. Kalyanasundram and H.K. Vyas Gopal Banerji, 1980.
970.
Jati aur Varg, B.T Randive, National Book Centre, N.Delhi
970 A
Socialist Pathayum Muthalalitha Pathayam, by Gopan, Publishers: Ernakulam District Janakaeya
971.
Resolution adopted by the National Council of the Communist Party of India, N.Delhi 24 to 27 Aug 1981.
972
Trivandrum City Meeting March 28-30, 1981. Review Report
973
Polit Bureau Document on Major Development CPI(M)
974
Promises vs Prices Story of a Great Betrayal, Paul v. Parakal, CPI 1981.
975
National Integration for Democracy and Socialism, S.G. Sardesai, CPI 1981
976.
Central Committee’s Report on Political Development, June 24-28, 1981, Calcutta.
977.
Marxism and the Role of the Working Class in India by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1981.
978.
Some Questions Concerning Marxism and the Peasantry by Indradeep Sinha, CPI, 1982.
979.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VIII, No. 8-9, 1981.
980.
11th Congress CPI(M) Political Resolution, 1981.
981.
Proletarian Path, Vol. 1, No. 1, June-July 1981.
981.A.
Crisis into Chaos – Political India, 1981.by E.M.S Namboodiripad, Published by Sujit Mukherjee, Orient Longman Ltd.
982.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VIII, No. 7, 1981.
983.
Marxist Veekshanam, Vol. VIII, No. 2, 1981.
984.
Central Committee Document – The Peasant Upsurge and Remunerative Price issue, 1981.
985.
The Threat from Divisive Forces by Harkishan Singh Surjeet, CPM, 1981.
985.A.
Dialogue with the CPI(M) CPI, 1981.
985.B.
Political Resolution adopted by 11th Congress of the CPI, CPM, 1981.
985.C.
Resolutions approved by CPI
-          Job or Jail
-          November Seven which proclaimed the birth of socialist age.
-          To safeguard Peoples Freedom, Peace and Lives
-          Work Report
-          Why com. S.A. Dange Expelled from the Party?
-          CPI-CPI(M) thesis. (Malayalam).
986.
Central Committee Report on Major Developments since the 11th Party Congress adopted at the meeting held in New Delhi on August 27-30, 1982, CPM 1982.
986.A.
Documents of the Eleventh Congress of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), Vijayawada, January, 26-31, 1982.
987.
Developments in Afghanistan by Harkishan Singh Surjeet, CPM, 1982.
988.
Israel’s Proxy War for USA Pro-Lebanese Fight Back by Sadhan Mukherjee, CPI, 1982.
989.
Political Resolution adopted by 12th Congress of CPI, Adhikari Nagar, Varanasi, March 22-28, 1982, CPI, 1982.
990.
Stop Reagan: Save World From Nuclear Holocaust by Pauly V. Parakal, CPI, 1982.
991.
Bhartiya Communist Party by Gaorav Puran 60 Years, CPI, 1982.
992.
Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, Hyderabad, 29 Nov. to 2 December,1982.
993.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi 22 to 26 July, 1982.
994.
Documents of the 11th Congress of the CPI(M), Vijayawada, Jan. 26-31, 1982, CPI, 1982.
995.
Documents of the12th Congress of the Communist Party of India, Adhikari Nagar, 22-28 March, 1982.
996.
Political Resolution adopted by 12th Congress of CPI, Adhikari Nagar, March 22-28, 1982.
997.
Under Communism’s Crimson Colours – Reflections on Marxism, India and the world scene by Hiren Mukherjee, PPH, 1982.
998.
Communism in Kerala – A Study in Political Adoptation by T.J. Nossiter, Oxford University Press, 1982.
998.A.
Documents of the History of the CPI of India, by G. Adhikari, Vol. III C, 1928.PPH
999.
Political Resolution of the 11th Congress of the CPI(M), Vijayawada, January 26-31, 1982.
1000.
Political Organisational Report of the 11th Congress of the CPI(M), Vijayawada, January 26-31, 1982.
1001.
Main Speeches at the 11th Congress of the CPI(M), Vijayawada, January 26-31, 1982.
1002.
Selected Writings by EMS Namboodripad, Vol. I, NBA, 1982.
1003.
Crisis of Capitalist Path in India – the Policy alternatives by Indradeep Sinha, CPI, 1982.
1004.
The First Communist Ministry in Kerala 1957-59 by Georges Kristoffel Lieten, K.P. Bagchi and Company, 1982.
1005.
Indian Planning in Crisis by EMS Namboodripad, 1982.
1006.
Review of Political Developments and Party activities since 11th Party Congress adopted by the Twelfth Congress of the CPI, Adhikari Nagar, March 22-28, 1982.
1007.
Report on Organisation adopted by the 12th Congress of the CPI, March 22-28, 1982.
1007.A.
Review of Political Developments and Party activities since 11th Party Congress
-          CPI, Kerala State Conference
-          CPI Political Resolution
-          Review Report approved by 12th Congress of the CPI. (Malayalam).

1008
Reports and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi, September 17 – 20, 1983.
1009.
Marxism and the Bhagvat Geeta by S.G. Sardesai & DilipBose, PPH, 1983.
1009A
Manifesto of the left parties for lok Sabha elections 1998. CPI(M)
1010.
Review Report and Resolutions adopted bythe NC of the CPI, New Delhi, 1 April to 5 April, 1983.
1011.
What is Going to Happen in Assam? By H.S. Surjeet, NBC, 1983.
1012.
Central Committee Report on Current Situation adopted at its meeting in New Delhi from September 10-16, 1983.
1013.
On Centre-State Relations, CPM, 1983.
1014.
Non-Aligned Summit – An Assessment by H.S. Surjeet, NBC, 1983.
1015.
CPI(M) in the Struggle for Peace and Socialism by EMS Namboodripad, NBC, 1983.
1016.
The Marxist: Theoretical Quarterly of the CPI(M), Vol. I, No. 2, October-December, 1983.
1017.
On Marx’s Teachings by B.T. Ranadive, NBC, 1983.
1017.A.
Karl Marx death Centenary –
-          CPI, Kerala State Council Organisational Report
-          CPI’s Rights among theWorkers
-          Corrupt Chief Minister (Malayalam).
1018.
Trade Union Morcha per Hamare Kaam adopted at its meeting in New Delhi from September 10-16, 1983.
1019.
Developments in Punjab by Harkishan Singh Surjeet, CPM, 1984.
1020.
The Marxist: Theoretical Quarterly of the CPI(M), Vol. II, No. 3, July-September, 1984.
1021.
The Marxist: Theoretical Quarterly of the CPI(M), Vol. II, No. 1, January-March, 1984.
1022.
The Marxist: Theoretical Quarterly of the CPI(M), Vol. II, No.4, Oct. – Dec., 1984.
1023.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the Communist Party of India, New Delhi, April 22 to 25, 1984.
1024.
Marx and Trade unions by B.T. Ranadive, NBC, 1984.
1024A
For Equality for a just Social Order, NFIW Publication, N. Delhi
1025.
CPI the task Ahead by S.G. Sardesai, Rahul Smarak Lekhak Sahyog Samiti, 1984.
1026.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi, October 10-13, 1984.
1027.
The Heritage we Carry Forward and the Heritage we Renounce by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1984.
1028.
Kerala Society and Politics – An Historical Survey by E.M.S Namboodripad, NBC 1984.
1029.
60th Anniversary of CPI – CPI’s Stand on Major Issues, CPI, 1984.
1029A
The Marxist Review Occasional Notes No. 3 Aug 27 1998.
1030.
Sanghthan Ke Bare Main Prasatav.December, 27-31, 1978.
1031.
Left Experiment in West Bengal by Profulla Roy Choudhury, Patriot Publishers N. Delhi1985.
1031.A.
International-NationalDevelopments –
-          Congress, Socialism and Rajiv Gandhi Rule for Whom?
-          Where go our Country.
1031.B.
Why Must We fight for New International Economic Order by A.B. Bardhan, AIPSO Publications, New Delhi, 1984.
1032.
Draft Political Resolution for the 13th Party Congress, Patna, March 12-17, 1986 adopted by the National Council of CPI, Dec. 1985.
1033.
Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi, April 8-11 1985.
1034.
On the Programme of the CPI(M) by M. Basavapunniah, Party Line on Current Tactics by EMS Namboodripad, 1985.
1035.
Glory to 60th Anniversary of CPI, Party Life Monthly Journal of the CPI, Vol. XXI, No. 12, Dec. 1985.
1036.
CPI’s Concept of Left and Democratic Alternative, Pauly V. Parakal, CPI, 1985.
1037.
Why SUCI is the only Genuine Communist Party of India by Shibdas Ghosh, December 1985.
1038.
Selected Writings, Vol. 2, by EMS Namboodiripad, NBA, 1985.
1039.
Role of Communists in the Struggle for Linguistic States by Avtar Singh Malhotra, CPI, 1985.
1040.
Communist Party and Muslim Minority by Shameem Faizee, CPI, 1985.
1041.
Telangana People’s Armed Struggle 1946-1951 by P. Sundarayya, NBC, 1985.
1042.
CPI’s Contribution to Socio-Political Ideas in Indian Politics by K. Seshadri, CPI, 1985.
1043.
Political Resolution 12th Congress, Dec. 25-30, 1985.
1043.A.
Gujarat Burns – Save Gujarat!
-          National Unity and Communist Party
-          15th Annual Sammalan Com.M.N. Govinden Nair
-          Against Facism and Peace and Friendship
-          Communist Unity Problems – 1
-          Communist Unity Problems – 2
-          Communist Unity Problems – 3
1043.B.
Why P.S. Resigned from G.S. and P.B., Marxism Today, Vol. 1, No. 2, November 1985.
1044.
They gave their lives for Communal Amity and National Integrity by Avtar Singh Malhotra, CPI, 1986.
1045.
Documents of the 13th Congress of the CPI by Sohan Singh Josh Nagar, Patna, 12-17 March, 1986.
1046.
Political Organisational Report of the 12th Congress of the CPI(M) Calcutta, Dec. 25-30, 1985
1047.
Progress and Conservatism in Ancient India by S.G. Sardesai, PPH, 1986.
1048.
Communist Party in Kerala by EMS Namboodiripad, Chinta, 1986.
1049.
Report on International and National Situation, adopted by the Central Committee meeting, Vol. II, July 4-6, 1986.
1050.
Communist Party in Kerala by EMS Namboodiripad, Chinta, 1984.
1051.
Political Resolution of the 12th Congress of the CPI(M), Calcutta, Dec. 25-30, 1985. CPM, 1986.
1052.
Fight the Threat of Divisive Forces, Defend National Unity by H.K. Singh Surjeet, CPM, 1986.
1053.
Desheeyodgrathanathepatti, CPM  Kerala State Committee, 1986.
1054.
Review of National and International Developments since the Varanasi Party Congress adopted by the XIII Congress of the CPI at Patna, March 12-17, 1986.
1055.
The Statement of Policy Reviewed by M. Basavapunnaiah, NBC, 1986.
1056.
Muslim Women’s Act: Deathknell of Secularism by Sunil Maitra, CPM, 1986.
1057.
West Bengal, June 16, 1986, 125th Birth Anniversary of Tagore Celebrated in Madras.
1058.
West Bengal, July 16, 1986 All Round Development of North Bengal Sought.
1059.
West Bengal, July 1, 1986, Left Front Government Steps into 10thYear, 1986.
1060.
West Bengal, August 1, 1986, Forestry Fortnight, 1986.
1060.A.
A Call by ten teacher organisations and five students’ organisation and some teachers of college and University to resist the anti-people New Education Policy.
- Proposal against the New Education Policy, adopted in the 24th West Bengal State Conference of SI held in the year 1986
- All Bengal Students’ Union Convention demanding the election to the Students Council of Viswabharati.
- Address by the Presidents of Reception Committee, 13th Conference of SFI, Nadia district Committee, West Bengal.
Relating to the 24th State Conference of SFI. (in Bangali)
1061.
On CPI (M) – CPI differences by H.K. Singh Surjeet, NBC, 1985.
1061.A.
Dismantling the Public Sector by Kartik Rai, NBC, 1986.
1061.B.
P.C. Joshi on Problems of Culture in the age of Technology by Mohit Sen on CPM’s  Calcutta Congress resolution, Jaganath Sarkar’s speech at the Patna Congress, April 1986.
1062.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the National Council of the CPI, New Delhi, CPI,  26-29 July, 1987.
1063.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi, April 6-9, 1987.
1064.
CPI(M) in Punjab – The Martyrs of the Struggle for National Unity, CPM, 1987.
1065.
Role of Stalin as the CPI(M) Views it (A Collection of Documents), NBC, 1987.
1065.A.
Election Manifesto of CPI, 1987.
1065.B.
An appeal by organisations, eminent personalities on the eve of 9th Lok Sabha election among others signed by Nisithranjan Ray, Nepal Mazumdar, Mrinal en, Utpal Dutt, Salil Choudhury; - Samya Journal of the Kalyani University Students Union and appeal on the eve of Assembly Pol. 1987. (In Bengali).
1065.C.
On 4-5 July, 1987 all Bengal Convention of College and University Students’ Union was held under the banner of SFI. This is an appeal by the Nadia District Committee of SFI to make the Convention successful.
- An appeal in favour of Making the Convention, mentioned in 5(a) and successful.  This leaflet was published and circulated by the Kalyani University Students’ Union. (in Bengali).
1065.D.
Student – July, 1987.
1065.E.
Student – October 1987.
1066.
The BJP-RSS, In the Service of Right-Reaction by EMS Namboodiripad, CPM, 1988.
1067.
Political Report adopted by the CC in its Calcutta meeting on January 4-7, 1988, CPM, 1988.
1068.
Draft Political Resolution for the 13th Party Congress, Trivandrum, Dec. 27, 1988 to January 1, 1989, CPM October 2-6, 1988.
1069.
Foreign Funding and the Philosophy of Voluntary Organisations by Prakash Karat, NBC, 1988.
1070.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi, April 18-22, 1988.
1071.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, October 12-15, 1988.CPI.
1072.
On the Programme of the CPI (M) by M. Basavapunnaiah, Party Line on Current Tactics by EMS Namboodripad, CPM, 1988.
1073.
National Question in India CPI Documents 1942-47 by T.G. Jacob, Odyssey Publication, 1988.
1074.
Nehru Ideology and Practice by EMS Namboodripad, NBC, 1988.
1075.
Party Life (Monthly Journal of CPI, Vol. XXIV, NO. 9, Sept. 1988.
1075.A.
Comrade and Kerala’s Communist Organisation by C. Unniraja, 1988.
1075.B.
Held at Kalani Nadia an All Bengal Research Scholar Convention demanding the withdrawal of hospital and other institutions (Resolution of Disputes) Bill, along with centain other demands.  Main speaker was Com. Chittabrata Mazumder, eminent CITU Leader, 1988.
1076.
On Recent Developments in People’s Republic of China, CPM, 1989. NBC
1077.
Review of Lok Sabha Elections adopted in CC Meeting, December 5-7, 1989, CPM 1989.
1078.
Political Resolution of the 13th Party Congress, Dec. 27, 1988 to Jan. 1, 1989, CPM , 1989.
1079.
Election Manifesto of CPI(M)
-          Defeat Congress-I
-          Isolate Communal Forces
CPM, 1989.
1080.
Situation in Jammu & Kashmir by Harkishan Singh Surjeet, NBC 1989.
1081.
On Comrade Muzaffar Ahmad – A Birth Centenary Publication, NBC, 1989.
1082.
Women’s Emancipation Movement in India by Kanak Mukherjee, NBC, 1989.
1083.
Shahid Bhagat Singh Aur Aaj Ka Bharat, Bharat Youth Sangh, Delhi, 1989.
1084.
Sampradayikta Ne Nai Dhang Se Danger Mode Le Liya, AIRSF, 1989.
1085.
Ramarajyayevide (Ram Rajya Kahan?) A.P. Udayabhanu, Prabhath Book House, 1989.
1086.
Communist Party of India, 14th Congress Documents, Calcutta, CPI, 1989.
1087.
14th Congress State Committee Meeting Feb. 15-19, 1989, Kozhikode Political Review Report, 1989.
1087.A.
Work Review Report 14th Congress Kerala State, CPI, 1989.(N.T)
1087.B.
Democractic Convention on C & A G’S Report on Bofors Gun Deal and Public Accontability of Central Government 1989. Calcutta.
An appeal by the ‘12th July Committee’ to ensure the victory of left, democratic and secular forces.
Notings of Political Report 14th Congress of CPI Kerela State.
1087C
Leaflet by kalyani University Local Committee of SFI to make the All India Students Strike, of 26th September 1989 a success.
A Call by the “West Bengal  I.C.D.S. employees Union”, The Second state conference of the organisation we held from 19th to 21st August, 1988 at kalyani, West Bengal.
Bengal research scholars convention,(organised by research scholar association of seven University and autonomous research institutes) demanding the withdrawal of ‘Hospital and other Institution Bill’.
Tenth of the Draft Resolution of the convention mentioned under (21).  The resolution was dopterd unanimously.
Material marked is an address by the president of receiption Committee of the 16th Nadia district Conference of W.Bengal State Electricity Board Worker’s 1989.
1087.D.
An appeal by ten leftist students youth organisations, DYFI-SFI, AISF, PSU, AISB etc. to defeat Congress I noting the leftist candidates to victory.
-          A Leftist by the West Bengal Unit of AIKS
-          An appeal by the Barrackpur Cultural forum for helping the stricker people of West Bengal
-          Leaflet by the Joint action Council of University employees
-          Leaflet of IPF.
1088.
Report and Resolutions adopted by the NC of the CPI, New Delhi, April 17 to 20, 1990, CPI, 1990.
1089.
Testament of Faith … Memoirs of a Communist by N.K. Krishnan, PPH, 1990.
1090.
Appeal to all Countrymen Ramjanmabhoomi Mandir – Yes But should the Masjid be demolished?  Not, CPI, 1990.
1091.
The Power of Ideology by Gus Hall – Keynote address at the first CPUSA Ideological Conference at Chicago, July 14-16, 1989, NBC.
1092.
Report on Political Developments adopted in the CC meeting held on 25th to 28th August 1990, CPI(M), 1990.
1093.
Note on the Current Political Developments adopted at the Central Committee Meeting 5-6 November, 1990. CPI
1094.
Save Kashmir to Defend Secularism & National Unity by Harikishan Singh Surjeet, NBC, 1990.
1095.
Reservation – why and how by EMS Namboodiripad, NBC, 1990.
1095.A.
Notings for Political Report Kerala State Council, 5.6.1990.
1096.
Political Report adopted by the CC in its meetingof May 28-31, 1990, CPM.
1097.
Communal History and Rama’s Ayodhya by R.S. Sharma, PPH, 1990.
1098.
On Certain Political-Ideological Issues related to Developments in some socialist Countries, adopted by the CC in its meeting of May 28-31, 1990, CPM.
1099.
Peasant Protests and Revolts in Malabar by K.N. Panikkar, PPH, 1990.
1100.
Perestroikayum Athinte Thudarchayum – C. Achutha Menon, Prabhat Book House, 1990.
1101.
Kanneerinteyum Chorayuteyum Kathakal, Puthuppally Raghavan, 1990. D.C. Books, Kottayam.
1102.
In the Battle for Liberation – Major Jaipal Singh (Memoirs) NBC, 1990.
1103.
Women and the Left Front Government of West Bengal by Chhaya Bera, Nov. 1990.
1103.A.
Amar Smrithi on Promod Das Gupta State Committee CPI West Bengal, 1990.
1104.
My Resignation – P. Sundarayya, India Publisher & Distributors, 1991.
1105.
Ayodhya Itihas Dharam Rajniti by Atar Singh Yadav, 1991.
1106.
Draft Political Resolution for the 14th Party Congress to be held at Madras, January 3-9, 1992, adopted by the Central Committee Meeting, New Delhi, October 19-22, 1991.
1107.
Report on Political Situation adopted by the Central Committee Meeting, March 7-9, 1991. CPI (M)
1108.
The 9th Lok Sabha Elections and the Realignment of Political Forces, 1991.
1109.
In Defence of Marxism-Leninism – A Collection of CPI(M) Documents, May 1988 to August. 1991.
1110.
Election Manifesto of CPI(M)
        Defeat Congress (I) and BJP
        Vote for CPI(M), Left and National Front,
CPM, 1991.
1111.
Caste, Class and Property Relation by B.T. Ranadive, NBA, 1991.
1111.A.
Shivaji Koun They? - Govinda Pansarey, PPH, 1991.

1111.B.
Communalism in India (A Perspective for Intervention) by K.N. Panikkar, PPH, 1991.
1111.C.
Amendments to the Party Constitution adopted by the Party Constitution Commission.
1112.
Resolution on Certain Ideological Issues adopted by the 14th Party Congress held at Madras, January 3-9, 1992, CPM, 1992.
1113.
Political Resolution adopted by the 14th Party Congress held at Madras, January 3-9, 1992, CPM, 1992.
1114.
Heritage of May Day by Kedarnath Bhattacharya, NBA, 1992.
1115.
Deepening Punjab Crisis a Democratic Solution by Harkishan Singh Surjeet, Patriot Publishers, 1992.
1116.
Report on Organisation and Tasks adopted by the 14th Party Congress held at Madras, Jan. 3-9, 1992, CPM, 1992.
1117.
Communist Party of Vietnam 7th National Congress Documents, NBA, 1992.
1117.A.
Bharathiya Ithihas May Jathi aur Mudra by Ifran Habib, 1992.
1118.
Sangh Parivar’s Hindutva Versus the Real Hindu Ethos by A.B. Bardhan, CPI, 1992.
1119.
Gandhi Ambedkar and the Extirpation of Untouchability by Hirendra Nath Mukherjee, PPH, 1992.
1120.
On Political Developments since the Last CC Meeting, October 28-31, 1992.CPI(M)
1121.
Central Committee Document on Mass Organisation, CPM, 1992.
1122.
Perestroika – The Complete Collapse of Revisionism by Harpal Brar, Introduction by Sita Ram Yechury, CPM, 1992.
1123.
The Republic Besmirched, 6th December 1992 ed. Anand K. Sahay, Sahmat, 1992.
1124.
Rastriya Report – CPI’s 15th Committee, Hyderabad April 10-16, 1992.
1125.
CPI, 15th Congress Documents by Ravi Narayana Reddy Nagar, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1126.
Land Reforms in India – Promises and Performance by Harkishan Singh Surjeet, NBC, 1992.
1127.
Draft Programmatic Statement of CPI adopted by the NC in its Coimbators Meeting (1-6 January, 1992 to be Circulated to all Party units for discussion prior to consideration by the Party Congress at Hyderabad, 1992.
1128.
For Delegates Only Draft Organisational Report for XV Congress of the CPI, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1129.
For Delegates Only Draft Political Review Report for XV Congress of the CPI, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1130.
Political Review Report adopted by XV Congress of the CPI, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1131.
Organisational Report adopted by XV Congress of the CPI, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1132.
Political Resolution adopted by XV Congress of the CPI, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1133.
Draft Political Resolution adopted by XV Congress of the CPI, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1134.
For Delegates Only Development in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Draft Report for XV Congress of the CPI, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1135.
For Delegates Only Draft Report of CC Commission, XV Congress of the CPI, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1136.
Prejudices & Myths that Feed Communalism X-Rayed by A.B. Bardhan, CPI, 1993.
1137.
BJP-RSS and Distortion of History (Myths & Realities of History) by Dr. Gargi Chakravarthy, CPI, 1993.
1138.
Social Science Probings – Special Issue on State and Society in India, Vol. 10, No. 1-4, 1993, PPH, 1993.
1139.
Struggle against the New Economic Policies by A.B. Bardhan, CPI, 1993.
1140.
Accelerating Reform and Opening up by Jiang Zemin, CPI, 1993.
1141.
Hindutva: Facts Behind the Façade by N.E Balram, CPI, 1993.
1142.
Constitution of the CPI, 1993.
1143.
Maut Ke Saudagar, CPM, Dec. 6, 1993.
1144.
CPI 15th Congress Documents by Ravi Narayana Reddy Nagar, Hyderabad, April 10-16, 1992.
1145.
Political Report adopted by the Central Committee in its meeting, April 16-18, 1993, CPM.
1146.
Political Resolution adopted by the 14th Party Congress held at Madras, January 3-9, 1992, CPM.
1147.
Pseudo Hinduism Exposed “Saffron Brigade’s Myths and Reality by Sitaram yechury, CPM, 1993.
1148.
What is this Hindu Rashtra by Sitaram Yechury, Frontline Publication 1993.
1149.
Review of the Work on Kisan Front and Future Tasks adopted by the CC in its meeting 16-18 April, 1993, CPM.
1150.
Defeat the Communal Challenge by Harkishan Singh Surjeet, CPM, 1993.
1151.
Patent Folly behind the Jargon on Intellectual Property Rights by P. Sainath, CPM, 1993.
1152.
The Securities Scandal by Gurdas Das Gupta – A Report to the Nation, PPH, 1993.
1153.
Contemporary World Situation and Validity of Marxism – Proceedings of International Seminar of Communist Parties Marking the 175th Birth Anniversary of Karl Marx, CPM, 1993.
1154.
Senghion Ka Hindu Rastra Hai Kya? By Sitaram Yachury, CPM, 1993.
1155.
Women Against Communalism Report of the Joint Delegation of National Women’s Organisations, 1993.
1156.
Report on Certain Political Developments adopted by the CC Meeting held on August 21-23, 1993, CPM.
1157.
Review of the Work on Kisan Front and Future Tasks adopted by the CC in its Meeting held 16-18 April, 1993, CPM.
1158.
The Marxist Theory of Socialism and the Experience of Socialist Societies, Irfan Habib, P.C. Joshi Memorial Lecture 1 November 1993.
1159.
A History of Indian Freedom Struggle by EMS Namboodiripad, Social Scientist Press, 1993.
1160.
An Outline History of the Communist Movements in India, Harkishan Singh Surjeet, NBC
1161.
Alternative Agricultural Policy AIKS & all India Agricultural Workers Union, 1993.
1162.
Socialist Patha (Quarterly) July-September, 1993.
1163.
Ram Mandir Yaa Raj Shinhasan by Savyasachi, NBC, 1993.
1164.
Documents of the 14th Congress of CPI(M) held at Madras 3-9 January, 1993, CPM.
1164.A.
CPI Remembering on Revolutionaries by Satyavrata Ghosh, Marxist Study Forum, 1994.
1164.B.
Easter Rebellion in India: The Chittagong Uprising by I. Mallikarjuna Sharma, Marxist Study Forum, 1993.
1165.
Indian Communism Opposition, Collaboration and Institutionalization by Ross Mallick, Oxford Sage Publication, 1994.
1166.
Viplava Samaranakal, Vol. I by Raghavan Puthuppally, Kottayam, 1994.
1167.
Viplava Samarankal, Vol. II, Raghavan Puthuppally, Kottayam, 1994.
1168.
Selected Writings on Communalism, PPH, 1994.
1169.
IISCO Modernisation What? Why? How? – Lid of Conspiracy to Grab Valuable Public Property by Jibon Roy, A SWFI Publication, 1994.
1170.
GATT-1994: A Blurprint for Economic Recolonisation by Sitaram Yechury.CPI
1171.
The Communist Party in Kerala Six Decades of Struggle and Advance by E.M.S Namboodiripad, NBC, 1994.
1172.
Adyodhya – Some Question by Malini Bhattacharya, Saranas Publications, 1994.
1173.
Chintha May Day Special, 1994.
1174.
Kerala Study Special Issue, 1994.
1175.
Socialism: The Day After or the Day Yet to be by Ashok Mitra, P.C. Joshi Memorial Lecture – 2, Nov. 1994.
1176.
What is CPI(M) Doing in West Bengal? By K.N. Ramachandran, Red Flag Publications, 1994.
1177.
Imperialism in the Present Epoch and India by A.B. Bardhan, CPI Publication 1994.
1178.
Why I am an Atheist - Shahid-e-Azam by Bhagat Singh, PPH, 1994.
1179.
General Council Session, October 29-31, 1994, 75th Anniversary Year.
1180.
Marxism_Leninism and Our Current Problems by A.B. Bardhan, CPI, 1994.
1181.
Struggle Against Communalism by Harbans Singh, CPI, 1994.
1182.
Supreme Court on Demolition and Dismissals, CPI, 1994.
1183.
Socialist Patha Quarterly, January-March, 1994.
1183.A.
GATT Theory: Neo-Colonial Plunder at the Zenith by P.J. James, A Red Flag Publication 1994.
1184.
New Economic Policy-Fact and Fiction by Sitaram Yechury, CPM, 1995.
1185.
Chintha Samathana Sammelane Pathippu, 1995, Monthly Journal.
1186.
Constitution and the Rules under the Constitution, CPM, 1995.
1187.
Documents of the 15th Congress of CPM Chandigarh, April 3-8, 1995.
1188.
International Developments in Recent period by M. Farooqi, CPI, 1995.
1189.
Groundswell in Bengal in the 1940 by Atis Dasgupta, NBA Calcutta, 1995.
1190.
Socialism and the Re-making of Man: A Far Cry? By Hiren Mukherjee, P.C. Joshi Memorial Lecture – 3, 1995
1191.
In Social Democracy – The Enemy within by Harpal Brar, 1995.
1192.
Viplava Smarankal, Vol. 3, by Putthuppally Raghavan, 1995. D.C. Books Kottayam
1193.
Chintha May Day Special, 1995. Monthly Magazine 1995.
1194.
Political Resolution adopted by 16th Congress of CPI, Delhi, October 7-11, 1995, CPI Publication.
1195.
Towards Left Unity – Speeches delivered by the Leaders of the Left Parties at the 16th Congress of the CPI, New Delhi on October 7-11, 1995.
1196.
Organisational Report adopted by the 16th Party Congress, New Delhi, October 7-11, 1995.
1197.
Communist Party of India – 70 Years by A.B. Bardhan, CPI, 1995.
1198.
Draft Political Resolution for the 15th Party Congress, Chandigarh, April 3-8, 1995, CPM.
1199.
Socialist Patha Quarterly, 1994-95.
1200.
Kashmir: a Historical Review of Disastrous Congress Policies by M. Farooqi, CPI, 1995.
1201.
A Satyagrahi – A Revolutionary – A Communist by Shekhar Ganguly, PPH, 1995.
1202.
Communism and Communist Systems – Some Reflections by Pradip Bose, Deep and Deep Publications, 1995.
1203.
Tribute to CR Raj Bahadur Gour Shameem Faizee, PPH, 1995.
1204.
Political Review Report adopted by the 16th Party Congress, New Delhi October 7-11, 1995, CPI.
1205.
Social Science Probings Special Issue, Vol. 11 & 12, March 1994 to Dec. 1995.
1206.
The Hawala Case: Punish All the Guilty, CPM, 1996.
1207.
The 5th Commandment Biography of S. Saklatvala, Calcutta, NBA, 1996.
1208.
Review Report on 1996 General Elections and Report on Political Developments since the May C.C Meeting, CPM, 1996.
1209.
Manifesto-Eleventh Lok Sabha Election, CPM, 1996.
1210.
General Elections, 1996, Record of Compromising India’s Security, CPM, 1996
1210.A.
Report-cum-Article of IVth P.C. Joshi Memorial Lecture by EMS Namboodripad, 19th October, 1996.
1211.
General Elections, 1996 Borors to Hawala the Epic Journey of Loot, CPM, 1996.
1212.
Assault on People’s Health, CPM, 1996.
1213.
Defeat the Enemies of the Peasantry, CPM, 1996.
1214.
Merciless Marketisation: Education under Rao Raj, CPM, 1996.
1215.
Women-Worst Victims of Rao Raj, CPM, 1996.
1216.
Surging Tide of Working Class Struggles, CPM, 1996.


1217.
Saffron Pioson BJP’s Communal Agenda, CPM, 1996.
1218.
The Political Alternative to the Narasimha Rao Government by E.M.S Namboodripad, CPM, 1996.
1219.
Docments – All India Agricultural Workers Union IV the All India Conference 2-4, Nov. 1996.
1220.
BJP’s Rightwing Communalism: The Political Face of Hindutva by Manini Chatterjee, NBC, 1996.
1221.
CPI (M) – 16th Party Congress – Political Resolution, 1996.
1222.
Communist Party of India 16th Congress Documents, CPI, 1996.
1223.
Telecom Reforms – A Muddled, Flawed Policy, Outline for an Alternative by Nilotpal Basu, NBC, 1996.
1224.
Election Manifesto 1996, CPI.
1225.
Power Sector Reforms or Destroying the Power Sector? By P. Purkayastha, NBC, 1996.
1226.
A Short history of Women’s Movement in India by Vimla Farooqui, CPI, 1996.
1227.
Party Education Series – Marxist Philosophy and Political Economy, CPM, 1996.
1228.
Election Manifesto, CPI, 1996.
1229.
Report on Political Developments adopted at C.C Meeting: January 18-20, 1996, CPM.
1230.
Bhartiya Communist Party Ka Karyakram Sambandhi Dastavej, CPI, 1996.
1231.
Constitution of CPI, 1996.
1232.
Viplava Samarankal, Vol. 4, Puthuppally Raghavan, March, 1996.
1233.
Viplava Samarankal, Vol. 5, Puthuppally Raghavan, July 1996.
1233.A.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 51.
1234.
Marxvad Kya Hai by Ameel Berns, PPH, 1996.
1235.
Ever Soaring Prices: Balance sheet of the Last Five Years, CPM, 1996.
1236.
Ghapalon Aur Ghotalon Ka Raj by Sameem Faizi, CPI, 1996.
1236.A.
On Revolution and Socialism by I. Mallikarjuna Sharma, Marxist Study Forum, 1996.
1237.
Rule of Scams and Scandals by Shammem Faizee, CPI, 1996.PPH
1238.
UF’s Common Approach to Major Policy Matters and Minimum Programme, CPI, 1996.
1239.
On the Tactical Line of the CPI(M), 1996.
1240.
Principles of Party Organisation, Party Education Series, CPM, 1996.
1241.
Outline History of the Communist Movement in India, CPM, 1996.
1242.
Class Struggle and the Problems of National Unity, CPM, 1996.
1243.
Chintha – 15th August Special Issue, 1996.
1244.
Jyoti Basu – The Authorized Biography by Surabhi Banerjee, Viking Publication, 1996.
1245.
Report on Political Developments adopted by the NC held in Bhupesh Gupta Bhavan, Mumbai from Jan. 4-6, 1997.
1246.
Report on Political Developments adopted by the CC meeting held on 14 to 16 February, 1997.CPI(M)
1247.
Chintha May Day Special Issue, 1997.
1248.
Chintha Republic Day Special Issue, 1997.
1249.
Chintha Independence Day Special Issue, 1997.
1250.
Documents adopted and Related to International Meeting of Workers against Neo-Liberalisation and Globalisation, All India State Government Employees Federation, 1977.
1251.
Oil Pool Deficit or Cesspool of Deceit by Sitaram Yechury, CPM, 1997.
1252.
Report on Political Developments since the Last CC Meeting August 29 to September 1, 1997, CPM.
1253.
Caste and Class in Indian Politics Today by Sitaram Yechury, P. Sundarayya Memorial Lecture, 1997.
1254.
India’s Freedom Struggle by B.T. Ranadive, CPM, 1997.
1255.
Role of Communists in the Struggle for Independence by B.T. Ranadive, Jyoti Basu, CPM, 1997.
1256.
Role of the Working Class in India’s Freedom Struggle by A.B. Bardhan, CPI, 1997.
1257.
Peasant Movements and Decolonisation, 1885-1947 by Sunil Sen, CPI, 1997.
1258.
Post-War Upsurge in India 1945-46 by Gautam Chattopadhyay, CPI, 1997.

1259.
Indian States People in the Struggle for Democracy and National Unification by Chandra Gupta Chowdhury, CPI, 1997.
1260.
Ghadar Party: Its Role in India’s Struggle for Freedom by Harish K. Puri, CPI, 1997.
1261.
Impact of Revolutionary Terrorism on the Freedom Struggle: Some Observations by Debabarat Majumdar, CPI, 1997.
1262.
CPI National Council on Recent Developments adopted at NC Meeting 29-31, August, CPI, 1997.
1263.
Communists and India’s Freedom Struggle by A.B. Bardhan, M. Farooqui, CPI, 1997.
1264.
No Mercy to Fundamentalism by Nandagopal Bhattacherjee, PPH, 1997.
1265.
Ayodhya Conspiracy of Safforn Brigade Unmasked, CPI(M), 1997.
1266.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. I, (1917-1928), NBC, 1997.
1267.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. II, (Meerut Conspiracy Case 1929), NBC, 1997.
1268.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. III, (1929-1938), NBC, 1997.
1269.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. IV (1939-1943), NBC, 1997.
1270.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. V, (1944-48), NBC, 1997.
1271.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. VI, (1949-51), NBC, 1997.
1272.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. VII, (1952-56), NBA, 1997.
1273.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. VIII, (1957-61), NBA, 1997.
1274.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. IX, (1962-63), NBA, 1997.
1275.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. X-A (1964 Part I), NBA, 1997.
1276.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. X-B, (1964, Part II), NBA, 1997.
1277.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XI, (1965-67), NBA, 1997.
1278.
Subhas Chandra Bose, the Indian Leftists and Communists by Gautam Chattopadhyay, PPH, 1997.
1279.
5th P.C. Joshi Memorial Lecture – delivered by Mirnal Sen on Rambling Thoughts of Roving Stone, 17 October, 1997.
1279.A.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XII, (1968), NBA, 1998.(N.T)
1280.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XIV (1970), NBA, 1998.
1281.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XVI, (1973-74), NBA, 1998.
1282.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XVII, (1975-77), NBA, 1998.
1283.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XIX, (1980-81), NBA, 1998.
1284.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XX, (1982-83), NBA, 1998.
1285.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XVIII, (1978-79), NBA, 1998.
1286.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XXI, (1984-86), NBA, 1998.
1287.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XXII, (1987-88), NBA, 1998.
1288.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XXIII, (1989-91), NBA, 1998.
1289.
Documents of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. XXIV, (1992-93), NBA, 1998.
1290.
1998 Ke Loksabha Chunavon Ke Liye Vampanthi Partyon Ka Ghoshanapatra, 1998.
1291.
Manifesto of the Left Parties for Loksabha Elections, 1998, CPM, 1998.(N.T)
1292.
S.G. Sardesai Patriot and Communist by A.B. Bardhan & Others, PPH, 1998.
1292.A.
Workers, Peasants Women of Youth, We Constitute India are her Masters, October, 1998. (N.T)
1293.
Shiv Sena Unmasked (Excerpts from Justice Sri Krishna commission Report) by R.S. Yadav, PPH, 1998.
1294.
Economic Globalisation: Myth or Reality? By Achin Vanaik, PPH, 1998.
1295.
Programme Document of CPI, 1998.
1296.
Documents of the 16th Congress of the CPI(M), October 5-11, 1998.
1297.
The Russian Transition to Capitalism – by Anuradha M. Chenoy and A.B. Bardhan, PPH, 1998.
1298.
March of the Communist Movement in India – an Introduction to the Documents of the History of the Communist Movement in India by Harkishna Singh Sugjeet, NBA, 1998.
1298A
Workers, Peasants Women and Youth, Lok Awaz Publishers and Distributors.
1299.
Against Nuclear Jingoism NBA, July 1998.
1300.
Political Resolutions adopted by the 16th Congress, October 5-11, 1998, CPM.
1301.
Political Organisational Report adopted by 16th Congress of CPI(M), October 5-11, 1998.
1302.
Political Organisational Report adopted by 17th Congress of CPI held at Singaravelu Nagar, Spetember 14-19, 1998.
1303.
Organisational Report adopted by the 17th Congressof the CPI held at Singaravelyu Nagar, September 14-19, 1998.
1304.
Communist Manifesto and Theory of Revolution – Its Relevance to Contemporary Communist Movement, 150th Anniversary Tribute, 1998.
1305.
Jyoti Basu on Challenges of the 21st Century by Amartya Sen on an Assessment of  the Millennium 1000 AD to 2000 A.D.
1306.
A Critique of CPI(M)’s Draft Political Resolution for 16th Congress – The Marxist Review, No. 4, Sept. 1998.
1307.
Chintha, May Day Special, 1998.
1308.
Chintha, State Conference Special, 1998.
1309.
Chintha, EMS Special.
1310.
Remembering Dr. Gangadhar Adhikari life, Reminiscences, Tributes Selected Writings, PPH 1998.
1310A
(N.T)
1310B
6th PC Joshi Memorial Lecture Delivered by Sardar Zafri, Social Scientist, November 18, 1998.
1311.
Election Manifesto 13th Lok Sabha, CPM, 1999.
1312.
The Freedom Movement and the RSS – A Story of Betrayal by Shamsul Islam, Joshi-Adhikari Institute of Social Studies, 1999.
1313.
The Economic Situation and BJP’s False Claims and Policy X-Rayed by Gurudas Dasgupta, CPI, 1999.
1314.
Saffronisation of Administration, Education and Culture by U.N. Mishra, CPI, 1999.
1315.
Telecom Gaphla Sadi Ka Sabse Bada Ghotala by Samim Faizi, CPI, 1999.
1316.
Election Manifesto 13th Lok Sabha, CPM, 1999.
1316A
Seventh P.C. Joshi Memorial Lecture, Bhisham Sahni, Social Scientist, October 22, 1999.
1317.
One Year of BJP-led Government Neither Stability nor Ability, only Unmitigated Disaster by Sita Ram Yechury, CPM, 1999.
1318.
BJP’s Assault on Education and Educational Institutions by Nalini Taneja, CPM, 1999.
1319.
On Imperialist Globalization – Two Speeches by Fidel Castro. Leftwards Books Publishers.
1320.
Citizens’ Commission Report on the Incidents in Dangs District, Gujarat by Dr. Kamal Mitra Chenoy, Joshi-Adhikari Institute of Social Studies, 1999.
1321.
Chintha, Birthday Special, 1999.
1322.
Chintha, Kerala Day Special, 1999.
1323.
Ganasakti, July 1999.
1323.A.
Memoirs – A Political Autobiography by Jyoti Basu, NBA, 1999.
1324.
Review of the 1999 Lok Sabha Elections adopted at the CC meeting held on Nov. 20-22, 1999, CPM.
1325.
In Retrospect, vol. 1, North India (Sages of Heroism and Sacrifice of Indian Revolutionaries by I. Mallikarjuna Sharma, Ravisasi, 1999.
1326.
My Life and Experiences by Benoy Chaudhury, NBA, 1999.
1327.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 2, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999.(N.T)
1328.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 3, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999. (N.T)
1329.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 4, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999. (N.T)
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EMS Collected Works, Vol. 5, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999. (N.T)
1331.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 6, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999. (N.T)
1332.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 7, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999.
1333.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 8, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999.
1333.A.
Preparing for the Coming Storms – Challenge Facing Indian Communists, (Report adopted by the Second Congress of the Communist Ghadar Party of India), 1999.
1333.B.
New Series on current Affairs – Punjiavad me Ruse Ka Sankraman by A.B.Bardhan, PPH, 1999.
1334.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 9, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999.(N.T)
1335.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 10, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999. (N.T)
1336.
EMS Collected Works, Vol. 11, P. Govinda Pillai, Chantha, 1999. (N.T)
1337.
In Retrospect, Vol. 2, West India (Sagas of heroism and Sacrifice of Indian Revolutionaries) by I. Mallikarjuna Sharma, Ravisasi, 2000.
1338.
The Politics of Hate – A Collection of Articles on Communalism and Education, SFI Publication 2000.
1338.A.
Review of the Constitution – Real Issues and Hidden Agendas, Prajashakti Book House 2000.
1339.
Draft of Updated Party Programme CC Meeting April 25-28, 2000, CPM.
1340.
Ruinous Reforms – Critical Essays on Economic Liberalisation in India, by Prasenjit Bose, SFI Publication 2000.
1341.
The RSS Defined – Deceit, Lies and Conspiracy – a Collection of Essays, March 2000.
1342.
President Clinton – India is not for sale by Prakash Karat, CPM, 2000.
1343.
Subverting the Constitution – The RSS-BJP Game plan, CPM, 2000.
1344.
Weakening Welfare – The Public Distribution of Food in India by Madhura Swaminathan, Left Word, 2000.
1345.
EMS Album, Chintha, 2000.
1346.
Ganeshakti, West Bengal, 2000.
1347.
SFI Conference: Madras, Inaugural Speech by K.N. Panikkar.CPI 2000
1348.
Chintha, Republic Day Special, 2000.
1348.A.
Unbeaten Innings – Ever a Pragmatic, Basu knew Bengali and the knew him – The Week, 2000.
1348.B.
WTO and Free Trade – A War Agaisnt the Farmers of India by Dr. Vandana Shiva, CPI, 2000.
1349.
Vardict on Hartals: an Attack on People’s Right, CPM, 2000.
1350.
75 Years this is the CPI, 26 December 1925, 26 December, 2000 by A.B. Bardhan, CPI, 2000.
1350.A.
The Freedom Movement and The RSS A Story of Betrayal by Stiamsul Islam, Joshi – Adhikari Institute of Social Studies, 2000.


HULLO MR SITARAM YECHURY-- THE POSTER ABOVE IS FOR YOU !


DO YOU REALISE THAT INDIA IS THE ONLY NATION DOING WELL TODAY?


DO YOU KNOW THAT IN 17 YEARS , INDIA WILL BE THIS PLANETs NO 1 
SUPERPOWER


CAN YOU BE A PROGRESSIVE COMMUNIST ?  





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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  2. CONTINUED FROM 2-

    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
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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
    ..


Hi Captain

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10205633646574337&id=1049025296




  1. hi rm,

    AL BIRUNI WAS A THIEF , WHO HAD NOTHING ORIGINAL TO OFFER.

    Al-Biruni was a Sanskrit scholar who learnt Math and astronomy in from Namboodiri professors adept in Sanskrit and Arabic .

    Let me quote Wikipedia again-

    QUOTE: Al-Biruni wrote an encyclopedic work on India called “Tarikh Al-Hind” (History of India) in which he explored nearly every aspect of Indian life, including religion, history, geography, geology, science, and mathematics. My book is nothing but a simple historic record of facts. I shall place before the reader the theories of the Hindus exactly as they are, and I shall mention in connection with them similar theories of the Greeks in order to show the relationship existing between them.(1910, Vol. 1, p. 7;1958, p. 5)Hindus considered Muslims violent and impure, and did not want to share anything with him.
    Over time, Al-Biruni won the welcome of Hindu scholars. Al-Biruni collected books and studied with these Hindu scholars to become fluent in Sanskrit, discover and translate into Arabic the mathematics, science, medicine, astronomy and other fields of arts as practiced in 11th century India. He was inspired by the arguments offered by Indian scholars who believed earth must be ellipsoid shape, with yet to be discovered continent at earth's south pole, and earth's rotation around the sun is the only way to fully explain the difference in daylight hours by latitude, seasons and earth's relative positions with moon and stars.[36] Al-Biruni was also critical of Indian scribes who he believed carelessly corrupted Indian documents while making copies of older documents.[37] Al-Biruni's translations as well as his own original contributions reached Europe in 12th and 13th century, where they were actively sought.

    While others were killing each other over religious differences, Al-Biruni had a remarkable ability to engage Hindus in peaceful dialogue. Mohammad Yasin puts this dramatically when he says, “The Indica is like a magic island of quiet, impartial research in the midst of a world of clashing swords, burning towns, and burned temples.” (Indica is another name for Al-Biruni’s history of India). (Yasin, 1975, p. 212). :UNQUOTE

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Biruni

    ANCIENT ARABS AND GREEKS DO NOT HAVE A SINGLE INVENTION OR DISCOVERY repeat NOT A SINGLE INVENTION OR DISCOVERY , WHICH IS NOT STOLEN FROM INDIA .. . THE GREEK AND ARABIC TRANSLATIONS WERE DONE IN KERALA KODUNGALLUR UNIVERSITY.

    Zakir Naik can stop boasting that Arab Muslims—

    AL HULL BURRR invented Math

    AL KULL HURRR invented astronomy

    AL PRRRR KURR invented science

    --and get faalthu wahabi awards from the CRYPTO JEW Al Saud synasty. Mind you this man is giving away his motherlands discoveries to an alien Muslim nation ruled by crypto jew bloodline installed by Rothschild.

    The entire Math , astronomy , science in Arabic was sold in gold by Kerala Kings.

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

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


STOP PRESS:

HEY MELORD COLLEGIUM JUDGES-


CAN YOU TAKE A PIL BY WAY OF A BLOGPOST ?


THERE ARE MIDDLE AGED SOCIAL SCENCES PHD STUDENTS ( SIC) WHO HAVE TAKEN UP JOBS IN DELHI, WHO LEAVE THE HOSTELS AT 0830 AM AND COME BACK TO HOSTEL IN THE EVENING AT 2000 PM.


THE WHOLE IDEA IS ALMOST FREE BOARDING , LODGING AND SEX .


THIS IS POSSIBLE ONLY BECAUSE ATTENDANCE IS NOT COMPULSORY


AT MANIPAL THE AVERAGE AGE OF A STUDENT IN 20, WHILE IN JNU THE AVERAGE AGE IS 28.


THIS IS TAX PAYERS MONEY.


WHY DO MIDDLE AGED STUDENTS DO TRIPLE PHD , ON SUBJECTS WHERE THERE IS NO REMUNERATIVE JOB SCOPE ?

SOLUTION: INSTALL HIGH RESOLUTION NIGHT VISION CAMERAS AT THE GATES


END OF PIL !


Capt ajit vadakayil
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just in...nytimes published an article critizing indian government for denying visas to a us delegation who wanted to visit india to assess religious tolerance. nytimes is posturing bharat as anti-minority.




  1. hi s,

    IN 17 YEARS INDIA WILL OVERTAKE USA AS THIS PLANETs NO 1 SUPERPOWER.

    WILL USA ALLOW SUCH A FACT FINDING TEAM OF INDIANS IN USA ?

    HUM HINDUSTANI PAAGAL GORE KUTTON KE SAAMNE ROTI DAALNA BANDH KAR DIYA HAI !

    MODI MUST CLAMP DOWN ON DESH DROHI BENAMI MEDAI.

    WE ALL SAW IN THE JNU CASE ONLY ZEE NEWS REPORTED THE TRUTH.

    ARNAB GOSWAMI ( ONLY FOR THE JNU CASE ) TOO ON NEWSHOUR SHOW ON TV . PARENT NEWSPAPER TIMES OF INDIA NEWSPAPER KEPT TELLING LIES.

    capt ajit vadakayil
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https://twitter.com/sanjayuvacha?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

THIS RUSTIC CRASS "NO CLASS" KANHAIYA KUMAR IS BEING MADE OUT AS VISHNU AVATAR BY LAWYER SANJAY HEDGE.

THE JNU MIDDLE AGED "NO CLASS" --WE WANT PROMOSSANN ( PROMOTION ) STUDENTS DESERVE HIM . .


TEE HEEEE!


TO ME, KANHAIYA KUMARs SPEECH WAS AKIN TO A ILLITERATE SCAVENGERS UNION BIHARI LEADER , WHIPPING UP FAALTHU PASSIONS !

HUMKO BHYYABBASSTA MAANGHTA HAI ( VYAVASTA )

CAN YOU EXPECT THIS IN CORNELL OR OXFORD OR MANIPAL ?

capt ajit vadakayil
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Sushanta Kumar Das
March 4, 2016 at 10:04 AM
Hi Ajit,
The Zombie Kanhaya know who are behind well. He know nothing will happen to him if he get the support from JNU master minds who made this as a platform to address India. He know after his arrest has been projected as the Young voice and MSM trying hard to PROJECT as Young Voice after the failure of ex-Army driver 2nd Gandhi. 
As zombies has no fear, what I hope he will be the one of the Campaigner during next Assembly Election.

With best wishes,

Sushanta Das

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Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
March 4, 2016 at 11:52 AM
hi skd,

when i was in my training ship with 250 cadets , i had a senior from the same place as RUSTIC kanhaiya kumar ON SC/ ST quota. 

this boy had no class and was a klyptomaniac .

his father was a railway coolie !

like kanhaiya kumar he would say AAJJAADI instead of azadi.

this monkey type chap used to beat up juniors badly- he used to beat me with an steel towel bar rod.

he was always convinced --

PHAAKKIN' PHAARSST YAARJS 

TACKING LIPE TOO EEAAJJY !

( fuckin' first years - taking life too easy !)

TEE HEEEEEE !

capt ajit vadakayil

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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
..


Hi Captain,

Katju is showing signs of change of mind. Wondering what is he really up to...

http://zeenews.india.com/news/india/heres-why-markandey-katju-have-a-poor-opinion-about-jawaharlal-nehru-university_1862734.html




  1. hi sm,

    Justice Markandey Katju was the Chairman, of Press Council of India for 4 years.. In his time this institution became more DESH DROHI.

    The Press Council of India is a statutory body in India that governs the conduct of the print media. They have ignored the fact that almost the entire main stream media is BENAMI and ant-watan.

    Every body in India knows that the scholars are JNU do NOT find remunerative eplyment unless they have PULL.

    Till today not a single creative and scientific idea has come out from JNU.

    The COMMIE professors of JNU like Romila Thapar has reveled in falsifying India’s glorius ancient history and injecting poison into Hinduism and NCERT books.

    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.



STOP PRESS:

LET ME MAKE A REVELATION TODAY WHICH WILL CAUSE IT TO JUMP TO 16.0%

For a communist, Ideology comes first before country. This is why Indian commies tried to help Stalin take over Indi in 1951 and China take over India in 1961.

Before the 1962 war with China Nehru has jailed all commie leaders, thousands of them—including soldiers in the army.

The Telugu communists supported CRPTO JEW Nizam of Hyderbad . But as soon as operation Popo was over, they turned coats and started killing the Razakars—a gruesome mass murder—a genocide.

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/04/razakers-of-mim-operation-polo-to-annex.html

THE 1946 ARMED FORCES MUTINY WAS TRIGGERED BY RSS. I HAVE TOLD THIS BEFORE.

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/02/the-indian-navy-mutiny-of-1946-only-war.html

GANDI, NEHRU AND PATEL GOT TERRIBLY UPSET WITH THE ARMED FORCES FOR SNATCHING AWAY THE FREEDOM MOVEMENT LEDERSHIP WHICH THEY HAD CORNERED FOR THEMSELVES WITH JEW ROTHSCHILDs SUPPORT.

THE ARMED FORCES WERE BATTLE HARDENED AFTER WW1 AND WW2- THEY HAD DONE ALL THE REAL FIGHTING WHICH THE WHITE MAN WAS HIDING IN SAFE AREAS.

BUT JEW ROTHSCHILD DID NOT CARE, AS THE ARMED POLICE WAS STILL WITH HIM—SOLID BACKING .

THEN MALABAR SPECIAL POLICE OF NORTH MALABAR REVOLTED. 800 MEN ALL MORE THAN 6 FEET IN HEIGHT , ALL KALARI EXPERTS , ALL FROM RSS, MY FATHERS COLLEAGUES. This elite force was created to crush the moplah revolt and catch the gruesome Islamic criminals alive . . .

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2012/08/rss-rashtriya-swayam-sevak-sangh-brief.html

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/12/kalaripayattu-oldest-and-deadliest.html

THIS PAID PUT TO ROTHSCHILDS DREAMS OF HOLDING ON TO INDIA USING ARMED POLICE.

THE REST OF INDIAs POLICE WERE LEAD BY COMMIES.

COMMIES HAD SIDED WITH BRITAIN IN 1942, QUIT INDIA MOVEMENT. DURING THE 1946 NAVY MUTINY, THE COMMIES HAS SEND A LETTER TO THE QUEEN ASSURING LOYALTY .

CPI leadership supported the two nation theory demanded by CRYPTO JEW muslims leaders . The commies supported CRYPTO JEW LED Sikhs demand for separate Khalistan homeland.

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

ONLY BR AMBEDKARs MAHARS, EVR PERIYARS TAMIL DALIT FOLLOWERS AND COMMIES SUPPORTED JEW ROTHSCHILD IN THE 1946 NAVY MUTINY.

During the India China war in 1962, the commies in jails shouted "Chairman Mao, Our Chairman" .

Commie leader Puran Chand Joshi ( a chiptpavan JEW ) the first general secretary of Communist Party of India, for a period from 1935 – 1947 was praised by Sir Reginald Maxwell in a letter “ what a splendid job you and your communist party were doing to sabotage and break up the Quit India Movement, in response to an appeal by comrade Harry Pollitt ”

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    In 1971, JEW Harry Pollitt's devotion to the Soviet cause and to international Bolshevik communism was acknowledged by Moscow when the Soviet navy named a ship after him.

    I know more about Soviet Communism than any Indian as I have spent hundreds of hours talking to my senior Russian Officers who were part of the Communist Party.

    The CPI was funded by a unique way of transfer of money through car windows on busy Delhi roads at night -- Rajeshwar Rao, general secretary of the CPI from 1964 to 1990 later provided receipts for the sums received after counting the cash

    Gandhi wrote to PC Joshi-
    "MY DEAR JOSHI,
    I had expected a prompt reply to the questions I had raised at our meeting. Meanwhile some additional questions have arisen which please, answer when you answer my first questions.
    1. What is the meaning of “people” in “people’s war”? Does it mean war on behalf of India’s millions, or the Negroes in East, South or West Africa, or the Negroes of America, or all of them? Are the Allies engaged in such a war?
    2. Are the finances of the Communist Party, represented by you, subject to public audit? If they are, may I see them?
    3. It is stated that the Communist Party has actively helped the authorities to arrest leaders and organizers of labour strikes during the last two years.
    4. The Communist Party is said to have adopted the policy of infiltrating the Congress organization with a hostile intent.
    5. Is not the policy of the Communist Party dictated from outside?
    Yours sincerely,
    M. K. GANDHI"
    Gandhi further wrote ” Many honest Congressmen come to me or write to me from the various provinces that communists have no principles save of keeping their party alive and beating their opponents with any stick that came to their hands.” (Letter no 721, Page no 413)

    SA Dange had written that th Commies “ had decided to establish a network of underground combat cells all over India during the next two years, to be used in case of need”

    WE CALL THIS “SLEEPER CELLS “. OUR ENTIRE RED CORRIDOR IS A FIELD OF SLEEPER CELLS HAVING BETTER GUNS THAN OUR JAWANS

    SO FUCK YOU , KANHAIYA KUMAR AND HIS COMMIE PROFESSOR MENTORS !

    WE DO NOT CARE OFR THE FAKE HISTORY WRITTEN BY COMMIES ROMILA THAPAR, IRFAN HABIB AND THEIR ILK.

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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

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Prakash
March 8, 2016 at 3:10 PM
Captain every time i posted your comments in TOI and other desh drohi media websites, my comment was deleted in few seconds, R is that strong


BTW take a look at the link below, this Commies can stoop down to any level, they wont dare do this with other religions, they have crossed all limits

https://www.facebook.com/BHARAT.untoldstory/photos/a.447272021971076.104833.447236411974637/1105972009434404/?type=3

This commie SOWs have drawn a picture showing a lady putting a condom on a Shivlingam.

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Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
March 8, 2016 at 3:46 PM
hi p,

THIS BLOGSITE IS VISITED BY EVERY TOP COP, SECURITY AGENTS, POLITICIANS, JUDGES WORTH THEIR SALT.

they will take a note of this

MELORDS WILL SAY -- THIS IS RATIONAL THINKING

THAT IS WHAT THEY SAID WHEN UR ANANTHAMURTY PISSED ON AN IDOL WORSHIPPED BY HINDUS.

PICTURE BAAKI HAI 

THE LATEST KANHAIYA KUMAR WANT IS PHELLOSSSIPP ( fellowship )

THE MORE THIS CRASS / RUSTIC/ PEABRAINED BOY TALKS-- THE MORE HE DAMAGES HIMSELF.

QUIVERING YOUR FORE FINGER WHILE GIVING A SPEECH, IMPRESSES ONLY COMMIES FROM DIRTY HOVELS. JNU IS FULL OF SUCH SCUM

capt ajit vadakayil

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S No/  Country   /  Real GDP growth rate in percent

1/ India/     8.4 %
2/China/     5.8 %
3/Indonesia /       4.5
4/Malaysia /    4.4
5/Egypt /     4.0
6/Pakistan/   3.8
7/ Nigeria    /   3.7
8/ Poland    /   3.3
9/ Romania/    3.2
10/ Saudi Arabia /    3.1
11/ Spain /  2.8
12/ Turkey  /     2.8
13/ Sweden    /  2.6
14/ South Korea  /   2.5
15/ United States  /     2.4
16/ Thailand  /   2.3
17/ United Kingdom  /    2.3
18/ Australia  /       2.2
19/ New Zealand  /           2.0
20/ European Union  /  1.5 ( AVERAGE )
21/Netherlands  /   1.5
22/ Denmark  /      1.4
23/ Portugal  /   1.3
24/ Germany/      1.3
25/ South Africa   / 1.2
26/ Belgium  /      1.2
27/ France /  1.0
28/ Canada  /     0.9 ( KNEEDAAA )
29/ Norway     /    0.8
30/ Italy/    0.7
31/ Japan/  0.4
31/ Argentina/       0.3
33/ Finland     /  0.2
34/ Greece  /    - 3.0
35/ Brazil  / 4.0
36/ Russia  /   - 4.0
37/ Venezuela /  -10.00  %
38/ Ukraine    /   -13.0 %


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 . .










  • Captain,
    like you said the JNU incident is turning out to be an auspicious one for the country. some people knew JNU is desh drohi, some knew JNU is commie, some ordinary citizens thought JNU folks are simply weired. most people did not bother because they were busy earning daily bread.
    Well, now EVERYONE know what JNU is. A BREEDING GROUND FOR DESH DROHIS WHO ARE MASTERING THE ART OF EATING THE COUNTRY INSIDE OUT.
    those who are offering support to JNU are also doing the country a favor. they are exposing themselves. every man, woman and child now know what goes on inside JNU. supporters of JNU are stuck between a rock and a hard place. if they do not express support their pay masters will kick their a$$. if they do then they will expose themslves. Kalki sure has a way.
    another thing. the Ayesha Kidwai Video shows many 'female' students. NONE OF THEM IS SPORTING A BINDI. so what happens if a nice girl from a traditional family joins JNU? she will first be ridiculed as being 'regressive',
    'superstitious',
    'dumb' ,
    'holy crap? what is that on your forehead?,
    'are you crazy', 'ARE YOU SERIOUS (thanks Vadra)' etc etc.

    so probably as part of her 'initiation' the girl will let go off her bindi and the rest follows automatically.
    but i do see a muslim like girl with a head scarf. so all this 'letting go' is only for Hindus, yeh?
    my request to parents. DO NOT SEND YOUR PRECIOUS CHILDREN TO JNU UNTIL IT IS TURNED IN TO A VEDIC COW CARE CENTER.









  • hi s,

    long ago i has spoken to a JNU graduate-- a girl-- an officers wife

    her eyes filled with tears when she narrated how she was BOOOOED off the stage on a cultural night.

    she was an accomplished bharatya natyam dancer

    even professors BOOOOED.

    after she got off the stage , the next was some boys dressed up as girls-- dancing to CHOLI KE PEECHE KYA HAI--

    the commie students and professors were clapping like anything.

    she says --after that incident she never danced-- the JOY had melted away.

    i remember after i got into a brawl at hamburg's reeperbahn / st pauli DISCO- i never visited a disco after that.

    my nose was broken-- it set it back -

    my left eye was looking like clotted blood -- today it is more powerful that the right eye.

    the next day my ship was to drydock at HDW floating dock.

    the story is below-

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/08/india-stands-tall-capt-ajit-vadakayil.html

    I SAT IN THE CONTROL ROOM OF THE DRY DOCK, THOUGH MY POST WAS ON THE BOWS OF SHIP.

    THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME SUCH A MANOEVERE WAS ATTEMPTED ON THE PLANET -- IT DOES NOT EXIST IN ANY TEXT BOOK .

    --TRIMMING THE FLOATING DRYDOCK INSTEAD OF THE SHIP

    I SAT THERE WITH ONE EYE.

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  • STOP PRESS:

    JNU STUDENT LEADER KANHAIYA KUMAR HAS VIOLATED THE TERMS OF HIS “CONDITIONAL” BAIL, BY MISBEHAVING WITH JNU PROFESSOR MAKARAND PARANJAPE

    KANHAIYA KUMAR ASKED THE PROFESSOR “WHICH POLITICAL PARTY DO YOU BELONG “ IN A PUBLIC MEET OF STUDENTS.

    THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE IN ANY UNIVERSITY .

    KANHAIYA KUMAR WILL BE USED BY COMMIES LIKE YECHURY,, KARAT, RAJA TO CAMPAIGN FOR ELECTIONS IN KERALA —

    MAAR KHAAYEGA SAALA ! MALAYALIS ARE NOT STUPID, THEY HAVE ZERO TOLERANCE FOR ANTI-NATIONALS. . .

    KANHAIYA KUMARs FINGER QUIVERING MELODRAMA WILL NOT WORK IN BENGALI – WHAT HE TOUCHES IN BENGAL WILL TURN TO DUST, AS A SORT OF KING MIDAS IN REVERSE.

    FINGER QUIVERING WORKS ONLY WHEN GIVING A SPEECH TO A CROWD OF ILLITERATE GHUTKA CHEWING STREET SWEEPERS IN MUMBAI .. .

    IT DOES NOT WORK WITH LITERATE PEOPLE— JUST SHOWS THE CLASS AND PATHETIC MINDSET OF JNU STUDENTS . ..

    I ASK MODI GOVT--

    DO NOT INTERRUPT KANHAIYA KUMAR WHILE CAMPAIGNING IN ASSAM . . HE IS BOUND TO OFFER “AAJJJADDI “ TO THE SEPARATISTS .

    LET IB/ RAW / NIA WATCH HIM . . WATCH D RAJAs DAUGHTER IN JNU . .

    ARREST HIM AND HIS COMMIE POLITICAL COMMIE MENTORS LIKE SITARAM YECHURY IMMEDIATELY AFTER HE FINISHES HIS ASSAM ELECTION CAMPAIGN.

    PUT THEM BEHIND BARS FOR SEDITION AND THROW AWAY THE KEYS.

    DISBAR AND BLACKBALL THE COMMUNIST PARTY AFTER THAT . .

    WE DO NOT WANT “COLLEGIUM” MELORDS TO INTERFERE WITH EXTERNAL SECURITY OF THE WATAN . WE THE PEOPLE WILL NOT ALLOW IT ..

    WE WILL NOT ALLOW JNU TO BE A NEST OF POISONOUS COMMIE VIPERS IN THE HEART OF DELHI. THIS IS MOST DANGEROUS FOR BHARATMATA.

    KANHAIYA KUMAR, THE RUSTIC, CRASS , MIDDLE AGED STUDENT LEADER OF JNU FROM A DIRTY HOVEL (HOME ) —

    WHAT JOB DOES KANHAIYA KUMAR, EXPECT TO SECURE AFTER HIS ”AFRICAN STUDIES” PHD ?

    CAN HE EVEN UTTER A DECENT SENTENCE IN ENGLISH ?

    HE WANTS PHELLOSSIPP ( fellowship ) , PROMOSSANN ( promotion ) , SORE LEAVE ( shore leave ) , AJJJADI ( azadi ), BHYABBASSTA ( vyavasta) AND WHAT NOT !

    THE JNU COMMIE STUDENTS DESERVE HIM—ALL UNKEMPT, UNWASHED, UNCOUTH , CRASS .

    I HAVE SEEN MANIPAL UNIVERSITY FOR 3 YEARS – I ATTENDED THE ANNUAL CONVOCATIONS--

    WHAT A DIFFERENCE OF STUDENT/ TEACHER QUALITY .

    I FELT PROUD OF BEING AN INDIAN IN THE MANIPAL CAMPUS.

    AFTER SEEING JNU ON TV — I FEEL SICK – FEEL LIKE PUKING !

    SACK ALL THE BRAINWASHING COMMIE / ISLAMIC SEPARATIST PROFESSORS OF JNU . . FIND OUT THEIR SOURCES OF FOREIGN FUNDS WHICH MADE THEM JUDASES ..

    REWARDS WHISTLE BLOWERS AMONG JNU STUDENTS AND TEACHERS . .

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    https://mobile.twitter.com/Rajsan2012/status/707054329052536833?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

    Video: Nivedita Menon teaching/brainwashing in JNU says Hindu society is the most violent in the world




    1. I ASK MY READERS TO PUT THIS VIDEO IN PM MODIs, RAJNATH SINGHs , AJIT DOVALs , RSS WEBSITES. FLOOD ON TWITTER / FACEBOOK

      THIS ANTI-WATAN COMMIE WOMAN MUST BE PUNISHED SEVERELY.

      she is converting sunrise to sunset.

      WE HINDUS HAVE SUFFERED MAXIMUM ON THIS PLANET ..

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

      http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/04/indentured-coolie-slavery-reinvented.html

      capt ajit vadakayil
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    http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Delhi/abvp-burns-manusmriti-copies-in-jnu/article8330154.ece

    MANU SMRITI IS A POISON INJECTED DOCUMENT OF JEW ROTHSCHILD.

    MANU WAS A NOBLE MAHARISHI

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2015/09/sanatana-dharma-hinduism-exhumed-and_24.html
    PUT THIS COMMENT IN MODIs, PMO, RSS, RAJNATH SINGH, SWAMY, PARRIKARS, WEBSITES ALSO TWITTER/ FACEBOOK.

    capt ajit vadakayil
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    STOP PRESS:

    YESTERDAY ZEE NEWS ANCHOR ASKED JNU PROFESSOR MAKARAND PARANJAPE, A BLUNT QUESTION-

    “IF THE STUDENT DO NOT WRITE WHAT THE COMMIE JNU PROFESSORS WANT— WOULD THEY LOSE MARKS / GRADES ?”

    THE PROFESSOR CHICKENED OUT ( HE HAS TO SURVIVE IN JNU IN FUTURE AMONG THE COMMMIE STUDENTS/ TEACHERS ) AND SAID – HELL NO!

    I AM REMINDED OF THE MENTAL GYMNASTICS WE SAILORS HAD 38 YEARS AGO.

    THE METEOROLOGY PAPERS WERE CORRECTED BY A TAMILAIN EX-CAPTAIN LECTURER ( OF LB SHASTRI NAUTICAL COLLEGE ) WHO HAD WRITTEN A BOOK ON METEROLOGY—LET US CALL HIM CAPT S.

    HOWEVER A RIVAL GANG OF PROFESSORS ( A KERALA SYRIAN JEW AND A PUNJABI – BOTH EX-CAPTAINS LET US CALL THEM CAPT J AND CAPT R ) WOULD NOT SET ANY QUESTION FROM THIS TAMILIANs BOOK—TO SCREW HIS BOOK SALES .

    SO THE TAMIL GUY WOULD CHURN OUT SOME PET PHRASES—EXAMPLE: “MONEKY FIST DIAGRAM “ ETC DURING HIS COLLEGE LECTURES.

    WHOEVER WROTE HIS PET TERM WOULD GET 100% -- AS HE CORRECTED THE PAPERS. --BINDAAS !!

    WE SAILOR ONLY WANTED MARKS— WE DID NOT CARE FOR THE RABID INTERNECINE POLITICS BETWEEN PROFESSORS ( EX-CAPTAINS, WHAT A DISGRACE )

    THE JNU SITUATION IS THE SAME.

    THE JNU STUDENTS WROTE WHAT THE COMMIE PROFESSOR WHO CORRECTED THEIR EXAM PAPER WANTED .

    THEY GOT GOOD GRADES. EXAMPLE: HINDUS ARE MOST VIOLENT RACE/ KASHMIR BELONGS TO PAKISTAN / ARYANS INVADED INDIA AND GAVE US VEDAS/ MANU WAS A BIGOT ETC

    AFTER THEY PASSED OUT OF JNU, THEY FLUSHED EVERYTHING DOWN THE MENTAL TOILET—AND HAD A HEARTY LAUGH .

    FUCK YOU COMMIE PROFESSORS !

    OUR TAMILAIN SHIP CAPTAIN TURNED PROFESSOR WOULD ADD SEVERAL DEGREES TO HIS NAME-

    ALL FAKE—

    YOU PAY 5 BRITISH POUNDS AND THEY MAKE YOU FELLOW OF SOME BULLSHIT NAVIGATION/ METEOROLOGY LIMEY SOCIETY.

    TEE HEEEEEEEE !

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    http://www.firstpost.com/india/sedition-debate-in-two-open-letters-jnu-professors-paranjape-and-datta-debate-kanhaiyas-9-feb-speech-2667554.html?utm_source=FP_CAT_LATEST_NEWS

    RAJAT DATTA IS A HARDCORE COMMIE PROFESSOR WHO HAS BRAINWASHED THE STUDENTS OF JNU

    STOP HIS SALARY NOW

    SACK HIM AFTER A PROPER INQUIRY

    STUDENTS MUST STUDY IN CAMPUS-- A LOT OF THEM WORK OUTSIDE AND COME BACK TO CAMPUS TO EAT, HAVE SEX / DRUGS AND SLEEP

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