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Monitoring Indian Communists - 3
Remember Brinda Karat's witchhunt against Swami selling herbal medicine?
Well, here's her commie <i>mai-bap</i>:
Fake 'Made In India' drugs: China admits its cos' involvement
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->"The Chinese authorities have accepted this position (that its firms were involved in the case)," an official said.

"The Indian government took up the matter with the Nigerian authorities and on further probe, it was found that the drugs had actually originated in China and not in India," he added.

In June, Nigeria's drug regulatory authority National Agency for Food and Drug Administration And Control (NAFDAC) had reported about the detention of a large consignment of fake anti-malarial generic pharmaceuticals labeled 'Made in India' which were actually produced in China. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
We won't hear a peep from local red ants against this.
SFI = communazis? (News item seems to imply SFI is related to CPM?)

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Shameless SFI Perverts Tortured a Deaf Boy</b>
24/08/2009 03:56:53  HK

Thrissur: Perverted SFI leaders of Thriprayar Polytechnic college found happiness in torturing a deaf boy in the name of Ragging.

Nanda Kishore (19) who is congenitally deaf  fought all odds in his life with the support of his family and friends until now , that he never thought there will be animals like this in colleges hiding inside the robe of SFI suits.Nanda Kishore was brutally tortured and hit with canes all over his body after making him naked by the SFI leaders Anu Anand, Balakrishnan and Sajith. 

Nanda Kishore’s eyes were still lurking in pain and shock while explaining the dreadful incident through actions and signs to Media persons from the Hospital. Doctors who saw Nanda Kishore told that there is internal injury which had affected the Spinal cord. Blood is clotted all over the body.

Principal of this college is <b>also</b> a local CPM leader, He first tried to suppress the case and threatened Nandakishore’s mother to write a letter that they have no complaint!. If there were no intervention of local ABVP unit this torture must have also been credited to the log books of SFI party unit. These leaders will become the Home Minister and Education Ministers of future Kerala!

ABVP demanded full treatment expenses should be given by Government for the poor family of Nanda Kishore and to take necessary action against the SFI leaders who ragged this deaf boy and to bring them infront of law and give stringent punishment.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Do these CPM/SFI/whatever flavour of communist terrorists have publicly available addresses?
<!--QuoteBegin-Husky+Aug 26 2009, 05:11 PM-->QUOTE(Husky @ Aug 26 2009, 05:11 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->SFI = communazis? (News item seems to imply SFI is related to CPM?)

<!--QuoteBegin--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Shameless SFI Perverts Tortured a Deaf Boy</b>
24/08/2009 03:56:53  HKd Sajith.  

Nanda Kishore’s eyes werintervenem infront of law and give stringent punishment.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Do these CPM/SFI/other communist terrorists have publicly available addresses?
this communists will burn in hell for a long time
and christians next door.
Marxist disharmony (August 1-15, 1979)

Throughout July, the Left Front Government of West Bengal— which never tires of portraying itself as a “picture of cohesion”—was an opera playing out of tune.

Chief Minister Jyoti Basu was holidaying in Europe for three weeks from July 1, while his colleagues, who should have been getting along wonderfully together, boycotted each other, swapped innuendos, and, on occasions, even fought like alleycats. Basu, under great strain due to the continuing power crisis and relentless attacks from opposition parties, had been advised to go on tour by his doctors.

There was a pending invitation from the UK,extended during the earlier Labour government. Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government renewed it, reflecting the British politicians’ concern for investment worth Rs 650 crore in India.

A large chunk of this is in West Bengal. Keeping to accepted international Marxist protocol, Basu tied up his visit to a bourgeois country with trips to socialist Yugoslavia and Poland.

Sumit Mitra

<img src='http://media2.intoday.in/indiatoday//images/30_YEARS_AGO_IN_IT/062009092505Jyoti-Basu_250.jpg' border='0' alt='user posted image' />

<b>6 elite troops die, radios fail in Naxal battle</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Six soldiers of India’s elite anti-Naxal strike force were shot dead during a series of fierce gunbattles that has now been on for more than 48 hours in the southern Chhattisgarh rebel redoubt of Dantewada.

This is the biggest loss suffered by the Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA) in what is their major anti-Naxal operation in Dantewada, 500 km south of state capital Raipur.

More than 30 rebels are dead and their weapon-production unit destroyed.

This operation demonstrates that the security forces can, and will, act against the Maoists in their strongholds, a home ministry official in Delhi said.

Hundreds of troops backed by two helicopters searched the area where five CoBRA soldiers had gone missing on Friday.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Very sad day.
Half hearted support by UPA government.
<b>Police believe Maoists may be hiding in national capital</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Kobad Gandhi (63), a Polit Bureau member of CPI (Maoist), was caught by the Special Cell of Delhi Police from <b>Bikhaji Cama Place</b> on Sunday night following an input received from intelligence agencies.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Location is interesting, very much center place, Near babus residence, walking distance from IPS officers residence, residence of Embassy staff, some Embassies and opposite to Scindhia's residence. Also near JNU.
Murderous christoislamicommunism = 1 religion, behaves the same:

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Iritti Taluk Karyavaah brutally attacked by Communist Goons</b>
22/09/2009 07:25:56  HK

Kannur: Iritti Taluk Karyavaah Kavyesh has been brutally attacked by armed Communist Goondas on Sunday night. Cheruvathur is one of the notorious marxist village in Kannur District. 

Kavyesh was coming back from  Cheruvathur Temple after giving Prabhashanam(discourse) in the temple.

Armed CPM thugs stopped his vehicle and heavily assaulted him with lethal weapons.Three others who were with him were also attacked. The Marxist terrorists fled the scene assuming Kavyesh is dead.

All of them are admitted in Indira Gandi Co-op Hospital Thalasseri.  Kavyesh is still in critical condition. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<b>Naxalites behead cop, Taliban style</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Early Tuesday morning, a group of villagers found a decapitated body lying near a roadside ditch on the Ranchi-Jamshedpur highway.

Bodies are not uncommon in this Maoist-dominated area, about 30 km from Jharkhand capital Ranchi.

But a Hindi poster written in red ink stuck on a tree said it was Francis Induwar.

Maoist rebels kidnapped Induwar (50) on September 30 from Hembrom Bazaar in Khunti district, about 70 km from Ranchi. He went there to meet an informer. Inspector Induwar was a state police intelligence officer.

Inspector General of Police, Jharkhand, B.B. Pradhan said the motive behind the killing could not be ascertained.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

Moron Singh failed policy.
‘<b>No flying over Naxal areas</b>’<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Maharashtra police’s special operations wing has advised politicians not to fly in commercial helicopters over the three Naxal infested districts in the state — Gadchiroli, Chandrapur and Gondia.

This advisory comes after the Border Security Force (BSF), deployed in these districts to ensure peaceful polling, i<b>ssued alerts about Naxalite plans to target such helicopters.</b>

The Centre has deployed 27 companies of BSF in these Maoist-infiltrated areas, to assist the state police in maintaining law and order during the state polls.

<b>“Politicians should avoid flying over these areas</b>,” said N.S. Jagtap, spokesperson for the Gadchiroli police.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
They are worried about YSR re-run.
Hazaribagh (Jharkhand): A couple based in Andhra Pradesh were responsible for the spurt of naxal violence in Bihar and Jharkhand, a senior police officer claimed today. Confirming the arrest of Agriculture scientist-cum-Maoist Central Committee member Ravi Sharma and his wife B Anuradha here on October 10, Hazaribagh Superintendent of Police Pankaj Kamboj produced them before a news conference and claimed that they were running the Maoist outfit in Bihar and Jharkhand.

<b>Maoists killed Saraswati to get support from Christians</b>
PTI | Bhubaneswar
<b>Maoists might have killed VHP leader Laxamananda Saraswati for securing support of the minority Christians and expand their network in Orissa's Kandhamal district, the Commission probing the murder was informed here on Thursday.</b>

"Maoists might have killed Saraswati to get the support of Christians," former Inspector in-Charge of Kotgarh police station HK Pradhan told Justice SC Mohapatra, probing the killing of Saraswati and the violence thereafter.

<b>Noting that the minority community in Kandhamal was not accepting Saraswati's campaign against cow slaughter and religious conversion, the field level officer said many houses were set ablaze and some churches attacked in Kotgarh area a day after the killing of Saraswati on August 23, 2008</b>.

Though no case relating to conversion was registered at the police station, Pradhan said seven people were arrested for rioting and arson. "Land dispute between tribal Kandhas and Pana Dalits added fuel to the riot." he said.

He claimed though a riot broke out in Kotgarh area, the police were not armed as all weapons were withdrawn from the police station.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Maoists getting weapons from China: Home Secretary</b>
PTI | New Delhi

Government on Sunday indicated that China may be a source of arms for Maoists with whom it is willing to have a dialogue but they should abjure violence.

"Chinese are big smugglers... Suppliers of small arms. I am sure that the Maoists also get them," Pillai said when asked if the Naxals were having links with China.

This is for the first time that someone high in the government has said that the Maoists are getting arms from China.

He, however, said the government no information that the Maoists have any links with China except getting arms. "I do not think so, except getting arms," he told reporters on the sidelines of a function here.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Nothing new, same was happening with J&K terrorist .
<!--emo&Sad--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/sad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='sad.gif' /><!--endemo--> Admittedly, the party will not face oblivion as some pundits claim. It is too big, too well networked to collapse overnight. Besides, its position in Kerala is in a sense quite comfortable. It has lost power every alternate election, regrouped and even reinvented itself to claw its way back every five years. Maybe if West Bengal’s electoral history had followed the same trajectory, CPM would not be undergoing its present trauma in the State. Proving the adage, “absolute power corrupts absolutely”, the CPM in Bengal is headed in the direction of deposed Communist regimes in Russia and Eastern Europe, while in Kerala it may well stage a comeback in 2016 after its inevitable rout in 2011. But Bengal’s politics is poised for a tectonic shift. In fact, the subterranean plates are moving already; earthquakes are piling upon earthquakes. The choice before the party is stark. Either it recasts itself as a modern, democratic, loosely structured organisation like other mainstream parties, or sticks to dogma with rigidity, awaiting eventual oblivion.

CPM leader Jyoti Basu passes away

Jyoti Basu, veteran Communist Party of India-Marxist leader who was West Bengal chief minister for 23 years and straddled Indian politics for over six decades, died here Sunday after a prolonged illness. He was 95.

बसु की अंतिम यात्रा मंगलवार को

18 Jan 2010, 0554 hrs IST,भाषा

प्रिन्ट ईमेल Discuss शेयर सेव कमेन्ट टेक्स्ट:

कोलकाता।। पश्चिम बंगाल के पूर्व मुख्यमंत्री ज्योति बसु के पार्थिव शरीर की अंतिम यात्रा मंगलवार सुबह शुरू होगी। बसु अपना शरीर दान कर चुके थे इसलिए उनका अंतिम संस्कार नहीं होगा। बसु का आखिरी सफर श्रद्धांजलि के बाद एक अस्पताल में खत्म होगा।

बसु ने करीब सात साल पहले ऐलान किया था कि उनकी मौत के बाद 'गणदर्पण' नामक एनजीओ को उनकी बॉडी डोनेट कर दी जाए। सीपीएम स्टेट कमिटी के मेंबर रबिन देब ने बताया कि उनकी इस इच्छा के मद्देनजर मंगलवार को 'पीस ऑफ हेवन' नामक फ्यूनरल पार्लर से उनका आखिरी सफर शुरू होगा। इसके बाद उनका पार्थिव शरीर सचिवालय, असेंबली होते हुए पार्टी हेडक्वॉर्टर और फिर एसएसकेएम अस्पताल ले जाया जाएगा।

सीपीएम के प्रदेश सचिव बिमान बोस ने बताया कि बसु के पार्थिव शरीर को 10.30 बजे से दोपहर ढाई बजे तक प्रदेश विधानसभा परिसर में रखा जाएगा, ताकि लोग उन्हें श्रद्धांजलि दे सकें। उन्होंने बताया कि इस दौरान बांग्लादेश समेत देश-विदेश के नेता बसु को श्रद्धांजलि अर्पित करेंगे।

बोस ने बताया कि इसके बाद उनकी देह को दोपहर 3 बजे अलीमुद्दीन स्ट्रीट स्थित पार्टी मुख्यालय ले जाया जाएगा, जहां से उनकी अंतिम यात्रा के तौर पर उन्हें एसएसकेएम अस्पताल ले जाएंगे। बसु की देह को पार्टी मुख्यालय में एक घंटे के लिए रखा जाएगा।

उन्होंने बताया कि इस दौरान वहां सीपीएम पोलित ब्यूरो और केंद्रीय समिति के सभी सदस्य

I don't understand why they have to bring body outside. Just organize memorial inside hall.
[url="http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kolkata-/Rituals-and-memorials-to-remember-Basu/articleshow/5478480.cms"]Rituals and memorials to remember Basu[/url]
Quote:After Jyoti Basu's death, his family and close ones are each remembering him in their own

His son, Chandan, daughter-in-law Rakhi and grandson Subhajyoti will be observing religious rituals by eschewing non-vegetarian food for 13 days. A shradh is also expected to be observed after the 13 days, though the details have not yet been finalised. Chandan Basu's family members and close friends confirmed he had decided to observe the rituals.

According to Pradip Pal, who is close to the family, one of the priests known to the family will help him observe the shradh. A close friend of Chandan, who is a business aide and did not want to be quoted, said he had decided to follow the rituals and that he had already started observing it.

In 2002, when Jyoti Basu's wife Kamal passed away, Chandan had observed these rituals according to Hindu beliefs. The veteran Marxist leader had apparently said then that he did not want to impose his own beliefs on his son, as they were two individuals and might have separate views on these things.

So his son will give last passage to communist in Hindu's way. Not bad. <img src='http://www.india-forum.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Big Grin' />
[url="http://www.hindustantimes.com/Naxal-founder-Kanu-Sanyal-commits-suicide/H1-Article1-522311.aspx"]Naxal founder Kanu Sanyal commits suicide[/url]
Quote:Kanu Sanyal, 78, one of the founding fathers of the naxalite movement of India along with Charu Mazumdar, killed himself on Tuesday morning by hanging in a spartan room where he lived all by himself.
Quote:But it is not clear what prompted Sanyal, proponent of an eternally optimistic philosophy, to take his own life.

Sanyal founded Communist Party of India (Marxist Leninist) in a mass rally in Kolkata on 22 April (Lenin’s birthday), 1969.

Well, what a coward. After destroying millions of life, he just can't face reality.
[url="http://www.telegraphindia.com//1100325/jsp/nation/story_12259790.jsp"]CPM woos young in bid to wipe traitor slur[/url]
Calcutta, July 6: Bengal CPM leaders today betrayed fears that L.K. Advani’s blog disclosure might cost the Left minority votes in next year’s Assembly elections.

Yesterday, the BJP leader had written in his blog that the CPM’s Basudeb Acharya and the CPI’s Gurudas Dasgupta had visited BJP leader Sushma Swaraj’s Parliament office during the last budget session. http://www.telegraphindia.com/1100707/js...655011.jsp
MUMBAI (Reuters Life!) - They have been called India's biggest enemy, but Maoist rebels are also the unlikely subjects of a recent rash of movies and books that some say are romanticizing the rebels and their cause.

The four-decade-old Maoist insurgency and its effect on the common man are the focus of a new Bollywood film "Red Alert," which tells the story of a poor laborer who gets caught in the fight between the rebels and law-enforcement agencies. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/con...01317.html

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