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  1. Revolutionary Communist Party (India)

    Unreferenced stub auto yes date December 2009 confuse Revolutionary Communist Party of India Revolutionary Communist Party , a minor naxalite faction that merged with Centre of Communist Revolutionaries of India in 1988. It was based in Punjab, India Punjab . RCP was led by Takra. Category Communist parties in India Category Article Feedback 5 India party stub ...   more details



  1. Real Communist Party of India

    Unreferenced date December 2009 Real Communist Party of India alt. Realist Communist Party of India was a political party in India which existed around 1991. Most probably it was a splinter group of Revolutionary Communist Party of India . The party ran in state assembly elections in West Bengal and Assam 1991. In the constituency Santipur, West Bengal the party candidate Asim Ghosh got 54 666 votes 42,79 , but was defeated by the Indian National Congress candidate Ajoy Dey. Ghosh had the support of the Left Front . In Assam the party candidate Hali Rabha 488 votes 0,73 in the constituency Chaygaon and in Jonay the party candidate Ayodhya Kumar Pegu got 564 votes 0,72 . What then happened to the party is unclear, but most probably it was reunited with Revolutionary Communist Party of India Asim Ghosh represented Revolutionary Communist Party of India in Santipur in the assembly elections 2001 . DEFAULTSORT Real Communist Party Of India Category Political parties established in 1991 Category Communist parties in India sv Real Communist Party of India ...   more details



  1. Marxist Communist Party of India

    Marxist Communist Party of India , MCPI was a political party in India . It emerged as a splinter group of Communist Party of India Marxist . The party general secretary was Jagjit Singh Lyallpuri former All India Kisan Sabha general secretary . MCPI was active in Andhra Pradesh , Bihar India Bihar , Punjab, India Punjab , West Bengal , Rajasthan , etc. The principal mass organizations of the party were All India Centre of Trade Unions AICTU All India Federation of Democratic Youth AIFDY All India Federation of Democratic Women AIFDW Ahead of the 2004 Lok Sabha elections MCPI participated in the front initiated by Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Red Flag and Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist . In 2005 MCPI merged with other splinter groups to form the Marxist Communist Party of India United . Lok Sabha election results 2004 4 candidates from Andhra Pradesh , results see http www.eci.gov.in GE2004 pollupd parties MCPI S contest.htm S01 1999 7 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, in total 120 220 votes 1998 2 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, in total 24 417 votes 1996 2 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, in total 33 900 votes 1991 4 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, 1 from West Bengal , in total 43 085 votes 1989 3 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, in total 100 300 votes State assembly elections Andhra Pradesh 1999 74 candidates, in total 132 601 votes Bihar India Bihar 2000 6 candidates, 8861 votes Rajasthan 2003 1 candidate, 2 111 votes Rajasthan 1998 2 candidates, in total 542 votes West Bengal 2001 1 candidate, 2 014 votes References reflist Category Communist parties in India Category Communist Party of India Marxist breakaway groups sv Marxist Communist Party of India ...   more details



  1. Communist Workers Party (India)

    Unreferenced date December 2009 Communist Workers Party , a political party in the India n state of West Bengal . CWP was formed by Jyotibhushan Bhattacharya, when the Workers Party of India split in 1976. Bhattacharya was a professor of English language English at Calcutta University and in 1967 he had become the first non Indian National Congress Congress Education Minister of West Bengal . It used to publish the Bengali journal Gram Nagar and an English monthly named Agenda. CWP changed its name to Workers Party in 1993. Professor Jyoti Bhattacharya died in the year 1998. He was well known as an eminent scholar and a Marxist theoretician. Category Political parties established in 1976 Category Communist parties in India Category Political parties in West Bengal CP stub India party stub ...   more details



  1. All India Communist Party

    The All India Communist Party was a communist party in India . It was emerged after a split in the Communist Party of India in 1980, by a section of CPI cadres dissatisfied with the political changes that occurred during the 1978 Bhatinda conference of CPI. During most of the 1970s CPI had supported the government of Indira Gandhi and the Indian National Congress . But after the electoral defeat of Gandhi in 1977 CPI began to reconsider its relation to the Congress. After the Bhatinda conference CPI distanced itself from the Congress and aligned itself with the Communist Party of India Marxist instead, promoting left unity. The founders of AICP wanted to retain the close relationship with the Congress. Roza Deshpandhe , the daughter of the founding leader of CPI S.A. Dange and her husband Bani Deshpande , played an important role in organising the founding of the new party. ref name Andersen Andersen, Walter K.. India in 1981 Stronger Political Authority and Social Tension , published in Asian ... stalwart of the communist movement in India, as its leader AICP was not able to attract any major ... In 1987 AICP merged with the Indian Communist Party and formed the United Communist Party of India , which would function as a continuation of the political line of AICP. References references Category Political parties established in 1980 Category Communist parties in India ... and the Road The Journey of an Indian Communist. New Delhi Rupa Co., 2003. p. 388 ref The first conference ... Dange turned up uninvited to the Meerut conference and took charge of the new party. He was elected general secretary of the party. ref name Andersen ref name Sen ref Banerjee, Gopal ed. , S.A. Dange ... Union India Friends of the Soviet Union . But the control over FSU was completely taken over ... Union did not give any political support to the new party. The founders of AICP were upholding ... showed limited interest towards the idea of having a national alliance with the new party. In the end ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of French India

    Infobox political party name Communist Party of French India native name Parti Communiste de l Inde Fran aise ... website country French India country2 state or country footnotes The Communist Party of French India lang fr Parti communiste de l Inde fran aise was a political party in French India . V. Subbiah was the secretary ... ref French authorities issued a ban on pro independence rallies in French India. The Communist Party ... not intervene. The houses of Communist Party of French India leaders Clemenceau and Annousamy were also ... in French India. On April 29, 1954 the Communist Party, Central Merger Congress and other leftist ... Party of India French Communist Party References Reflist Category Political parties in French ... Party of French India rose in prominence during the Second World War . ref Neogy, Ajit K. http books.google.com ... 1940 as the French Communist Party had called for support to the Allied war effort. ref Manickam ... fran ais de Pondich ry, 1997. p. 24 ref On March 6, 1947 the Communist Party launched a students ... Struggle for independence Around August 1947, as independence of British India drew nearer, the Communist Party of French India changed its policy regarding independence and began advocating immediate ... in collaboration with National University of Juridical Sciences, 2002. p. 12 ref The Communist Party ... Sciences, 2002. p. 21 ref In January 1950 the office of the Communist Party, located in the private ... in collaboration with National University of Juridical Sciences, 2002. p. 20 ref The Communist Party ... the Communist Party and other pro independence groups. The Tamil language weekly newspaper Sutantiram ... and unite in the struggle for independence. As tension in French India rose in March 1954, the Communist ... University of Juridical Sciences, 2002. p. 22 ref On April 7, 1954 the Communist Party mobilized protests ... Socialist Party and the Merger Congress a temporary united government for the area was set up by the Communist ... communist newspaper l Humanit on the other hand praised the people of French India for their courage ...   more details



  1. United Communist Party of India

    refimprove date February 2012 Politics of India United Communist Party of India UCPI , is a political party in India . It was formed in 1987 when the Indian Communist Party Sen Indian Communist Party merged with the All India Communist Party . Veteran communist leader Mohit Sen was the general secretary of the party until his death in 2003. ref http www.financialexpress.com fe full story.php?content id 33575 Financial Express Veteran Communist Leader Mohit Sen Passes Away ref UCPI participates in the Confederation of Indian Communists and Democratic Socialists . ref http www.hindu.com 2005 02 09 stories 2005020906330400.htm ref Leaders Late S.A. Dange , the founding leader of CPI S.A. Dange Late Mohit Sen , the founder of erstwhile Indian Communist Party Roza Deshpande , the daughter of S.A. Dange Bani Deshpande , the son in law of S.A. Dange Now President G.V.Narayana Rao General Secretary Sugeender sing Political committee member Har Gopal Sing Tamil Nadu Leaders President P.K. Pattabiraman Secretary M. Sundarajan Joint Secretary M.S. Ramasamy Reddy, M.P. Shankar Treasurer R. Sundaramurthy Secretariat Members M. Ambikapathy, Ex MLA, S.Selvaraj 2007 UP election In the 2007 Vidhan Sabha assembly election in Uttar Pradesh UCPI launched three candidate, Devi Dayal Yadav in Karki 572 votes, 0.49 of the votes in the constituency , Anand Kumar in Baberu 899 votes, 0.82 and Vimal Krishan Srivastav in Banda 456 votes, 0.39 . ref http archive.eci.gov.in May2007 pollupd ac candlwc s24 s24ucpiacnst.htm s24 ref 2000 Andhra Pradesh Municipal Elections In 2000 municipal elections of Andhra Pradesh UCPI candidate Mr. Chadalawada Jagannadham have contested for Municipal Corporator for 49th ward where date February 2012 with the symbol of congress party As UCPI has no recognition with EC ... Category Communist parties in India ... with a majority of approximately 700 votes over his nearest rival from the TDP party. Five years ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India

    distinguish Communist Party of India Maoist Communist Party of India Marxist coord 28 37 54.01 N 77 14 17.15 E region IN display title Infobox Indian political party party name Communist Party of India ... venue in protest. The conference adopted the name Communist Party of India . Groups such as Labour ... of communists in Bihar placed the communist party in the forefront of left movement in India. Bihar ... of Communist Party of India. In the general elections in 1957, the CPI emerged as the largest ... party conferences were held, one of CPI and one of the Communist Party of India Marxist . There is a common ... , Jyoti Basu , and Harkishan Singh Surjeet in the Communist Party of India Marxist proves this fact ... , Politics of India , List of Communist Parties Communist Ghadar Party of India Communist Party of Bangladesh ... References reflist 2 External links commons Communist Party of India official website http www.communistparty.in Indian political parties DEFAULTSORT Communist Party Of India Category Political parties established in 1920 Category Communist parties in India Category Communist Party of India Main ... Partij van India ne ja no Communist Party of India pms CPI pl Komunistyczna ... fi Intian kommunistinen puolue sv Communist Party of India tl Partidong Komunista ng ... cpi.org.in Image Communist party supporters Flickr Al Jazeera English.jpg thumb 250px Communist party supporters during the Indian general elections, 2009 . The Communist Party of India CPI is a Left wing politics left wing political party in India. In the Indian communist movement, there are different views on exactly when the Indian communist party was founded. The date maintained as the foundation day by CPI is 26 December 1925. But the Communist Party of India Marxist , which separated from the CPI, claims that the party was founded in 1920. Communism during the colonial period The Communist Party of India was founded in Tashkent , Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic on October ...   more details



  1. Communist Ghadar Party of India

    File CGPI logonewSmall.png thumb alt www.cgpi.org logo CGPI Logo The Communist Ghadar Party of India is a far left political party that is committed to a revolution in India based on Marxism Leninism . History The party was founded on 25 December 1980, as a continuation of the Hindustani Ghadar Party ... rebellion of 1857 Indian Revolt . The party opposed the policies of the Communist Party of India CPI and the Communist Party of India Marxist CPI M at the time, which according to CGPI had both .... The Communist Ghadar Party of India, as a contingent of the international communist movement, is dedicated ... Party of India Category Political parties established in 1980 Category Communist parties in India ... Ghadar Party of India was adopted. The Fourth Congress was held in October 2010. December 25, 2010 ... created. We are her masters the Program adopted by the Second Congress of the Communist Ghadar Party ... Ghadar Party of India CGPI . MEL is both a news paper and internet newsletter, which serves ... Other publications include What kind of party? 1993 Whither India 1996 Breaking the Barriers to Unity 2nd Congress Program of the Party 1998 2nd Congress Preparing for coming storms 1999 Renewal of India ... a presence in Punjab, India Punjab during the 1970s. Initially the group identified itself with the Naxalite movement in India, especially in Punjab. However, by the end of the 1970s the group rejected ... generated title ref ref http www.broadleft.org in.htm Leftist Parties of India Bot generated title ref The name of the party was inspired by the North America American based Ghadar Party , formed by Indian .... The party also adopted a policy of opposing national oppression , particularly in Punjab, Kashmir and Manipur and rejected defense of the centralised India state. In December 1990 they held their first ..., who should rule . They recognised the communist movement as one, and rejected social ... National Congress party against the Bharatiya Janata Party BJP . The Second Congress was held ...   more details



  1. Revolutionary Communist Party of India

    Revolutionary Communist Party of India is a political party in India. The party was founded by Saumyendranath Tagore in 1934, breaking away from the Communist Party of India . During the period 1934&ndash 1938 the name of the party was Communist League . The name RCPI was taken at the 3rd party congress ... Alexander Category Political parties established in 1934 Category Communist parties in India Category Communist Party of India breakaway groups sv Revolutionary Communist Party of India ... the RCPI of Tagore had been registered under the name Bharater Biplabi Communist Party RCPI in Bengali language Bengali whereas Kumar s party had been registered under the name RCPI. What later happened .... RCPI was especially active in the camps near Nadia district Nadia . The party Real Communist Party of India which existed around 1991, was most probably an RCPI splinter group. Election results ... National Congress . During Second World War RCPI supported the Quit India Movement , och and a large ... struggle. The leadership of Dasgupta s party was later on taken over by Sudhir Kumar. In 1960 the trotskyist Revolutionary Workers Party merged with the RCPI of Kumar. In the state elections in West ... switched over to Kumar s party the election results shows a Soumendra Nath Tagore as an RCPI candidate ... Tagore s party was split in two, with one led by Anandi Das. But earlier Anandi Das had been part .... The party was split in two, and in 1991 West Bengal state assembly elections two RCPIs contested in the Hansan ... likely RCPI group still around. The party has a very limited presence in West Bengal and Assam ... Roy is one of the senior leaders of this party and at times he represents it in LF meetings. The party ... Panchayet elections, it has won 3 panchayet seats and a zilla parishad seat in Nadia. The party ... municipality. RCPI s headquarters is at Bhawanipore, Kolkata. The party had a base in the Shantipore ... and currently the party has left with only the Hasan assembly segment in Birbhum district to contest ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Somnath

    Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Somnath is a splinter group of Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist . The party is split from Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist led by Kanu Sanyal . Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Somnath was formed when Somnath Chatterjee Ukhra and Pradip Banerjee revolted against the party during 2006 West Bengal legislative election. The party is a naxal organization influenced by Marxism , Leninism and Maoism . Category Political parties in West Bengal ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist) Bolshevik

    Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Bolshevik was a small communist party in India . It was formed by Jayshree Rana, who broke with her husband s Santosh Rana CPI ML after they had decided to run in elections in mid 1977. ref Singh, Prakash. The Naxalite Movement in India . New Delhi Rupa & Co. , 1999. p. 100. ref ref http dsal.uchicago.edu books socialscientist pager.html?objectid HN681.S597 72 024.gif Social Scientist. v 6, no. 72 July 1978 p. 22. ref ref http dsal.uchicago.edu books socialscientist pager.html?objectid HN681.S597 72 018.gif Social Scientist. v 6, no. 72 July 1978 p. 16. ref See also All Union Communist Party bolsheviks All Union Communist Party Bolsheviks Bolshevik Communist Party Communist Party bolsheviks of Lithuania and Belorussia Communist Party Bolsheviks of Ukraine References reflist India party stub Category Political parties established in 1977 Category Communist parties in India ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist)

    Unreferenced date December 2009 Indcom The Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist was formed by the All ... to the left wing within Communist Party of India Marxist in northern West Bengal . Majumdar and his ... Central Committee, Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist CPI ML led by Satyanarayan Singh ... as Central Organising Committee Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Shanti Pal and the anti Lin Biao group later became known as Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Liberation . Today ..., peasant organisations etc. and started participating in elections. Communist Party of India Maoist ... Communist Centre of India MCC and the Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist People s War . The CPI ML PW originated from the CPI ML , the MCC did not. Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Liberation led by Dipankar Bhattacharya Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Naxalbari led by Rauf Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Janashakti led by Koora Rajanna Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Mahadev Mukherjee Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist led by Mahadev Mukherjee Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Central Team Revolutionary Communist Centre of India Marxist Leninist Maoist Communist Party of United States of India Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist led by Kanu Sanyal Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Red Flag Unnichekkan Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Red Flag led by Unnichekkan Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist New Democracy led by Yatendra Kumar Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Somnath Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist led by Somnath Chatterjee Ukhra and Pradip Banerjee Provisional Central Committee, Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist led by Santosh Rana Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Central Team Communist Party of Bharat External links commons category DEFAULTSORT Communist Party Of India Marxist Leninist Category ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist) Naxalbari

    Unreferenced date December 2006 Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Naxalbari is an underground Maoist political party in India . The party has its roots partially in the Maoist Unity Centre, CPI ML and partially in the group of Rauf in Andhra Pradesh . MUC, CPI ML was formed when Kerala Communist Party and Maharashtra Communist Party merged in 1997. These two groups were surviving state units of the Central Reorganization Committee, CPI ML which was dissolved in 1991 . CRC, CPI ML is also the group from which Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Red Flag broke away, after the Red Flag split in 1987 there was not much left of the CRC, CPI ML . Rauf was the leader of the small Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Red Flag unit in Andhra Pradesh . Large parts of the leadership of Rauf s faction were killed in police raids in the 1980s, and the group never recovered. Rauf had been pushing for an ultraleft line within Red Flag, and in 2000 he split. After the merger with CPI ML Naxalbari formerly MUC, CPI ML Rauf became the general secretary for the unified party. CPI ML Naxalbari are members of Revolutionary Internationalist Movement a Maoist international and CCOMPOSA . The RIM membership was inherited from CRC, CPI ML , which was one of three founding organizations of RIM. CPI ML advocates armed struggle and they only recognize groups such as Communist Party of India Maoist as truly communist . See also Coordination Committee of Maoist Parties and Organizations of South Asia External links http www.redsun.org pcp doc pcp 200407 En.htm Letter to Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Naxalbari Category Political parties established in 1997 Category Communist parties in India Naxalbari Category Maoist organizations of India Category Far left politics in India india party stub br Strollad Komunour India Marksour Leninour Naksalbarour es Partido Comunista de la India Marxista Leninista Naxalbari sv Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Naxalbari ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist) Janashakti

    Indcom Refimprove date June 2009 Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Janashakti , abbreviated CPI ML Janashakti , is a communist political party in India . History CPI ML Janashakti was formed in 1992 when seven revolutionary communist groups merged. The seven groups were Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Resistance Unity Centre of Communist Revolutionaries of India Marxist Leninist Muktigami faction Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Agami Yug Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist P. V. Rao break away from Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist New Democracy Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Khokan Majumdar All India Coordination Committee of Communist Revolutionaries Communist Revolutionary Group for Unity CPI ML Janashakti is mostly based in the revolutionary ... formed Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Unity Initiative today part of Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal . A series of splits followed. Towards the end of the 1990s the party ...?id 49971&pg 2 keralanext.com ref One break away group is Communist Party of United States of India ... Committee , merged with Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Chandra Pulla Reddy on April 11, 2004, thus forming the Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Janashakti Chandra Pulla Reddy ... with the Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist People s War and the Maoist Communist Centre of India ...&object id 14085 More on Indo Pak Conflict, Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Janashakti DEFAULTSORT Communist Party Of India Marxist Leninist Janashakti Category Political parties established ... Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Janashakti ... Rajanna . COM.Subhash is the Andhra Pradesh state secretary of the party. The All India secretary ... Newsletter Category Communist parties in India Janashakti Category Maoist organizations of India ... Reddy , legends of the Telangana Rebellion . The party followed a combination of both armed underground ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of United States of India

    The Communist Party of United States of India lang te is an underground communist political party in India , based in the state of Andhra Pradesh . The CPUSI was formed on May 17, 1997 as a result of fractional infighting in the Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Janashakti . ref cite web url http www.broadleft.org in.htm title Leftist Parties of the World India accessdate 2007 12 19 author Nico Biver date 2005 09 29 publisher Marxists Internet Archive archiveurl http web.archive.org web 20070523200259 http www.broadleft.org in.htm archivedate 2007 05 23 ref The founder of CPUSI was M. Veeranna and it is sometimes referred to as the Janashakti Veeranna faction. Veeranna was later killed by police forces. ref cite web url http www.pucl.org reports AndhraPradesh enc ap letter.htm title Encounters in Andhra Pradesh accessdate 2007 12 19 date 2000 04 24 archiveurl http web.archive.org web 20070217103843 http www.pucl.org reports AndhraPradesh enc ap letter.htm archivedate 2007 02 17 ref ref cite news url http www.hindu.com 2004 09 25 stories 2004092511260300.htm location Chennai, India work The Hindu title Rain plays spoilsport at CPUSI meeting date 2004 09 25 ref CPUSI belonged to the section who wanted to put stronger emphasis on caste issues rather than Social class class issues. CPUSI conducts armed struggle, through dalam squads. Sadhu Malyadri Jambhav is the Andhra Pradesh state secretary of CPUSI. ref http www.tribuneindia.com 2005 20050822 edit.htm The Tribune, Chandigarh, India Opinions Bot generated title ref In June 2001 a high ranking leader of CPUSI, Yerra Narasa Reddy , surrendered to the police. References Reflist Category Political parties in Andhra Pradesh Category Communist parties in India Category Political parties established in 1997 India party stub sv Communist Party of United States of India ...   more details



  1. Marxist Communist Party of India (United)

    Marxist Communist Party of India United is a communist party in India , formed in 2005 by the unification of the Marxist Communist Party of India , the Mangat Ram Pasla led breakaway group from the Communist Party of India Marxist CPI M in Punjab India Punjab , the BTR EMS AKG Janakeeya Vedi a Kerala based splintergroup of the CPI M , which had been based in the CITU and the Hardan Roy group in West Bengal . ref http www.tribuneindia.com 2005 20050214 punjab1.htm The Tribune, Chandigarh, India Punjab Bot generated title ref Jagjit Singh Lyallpuri is the general secretary of the party. ref http cities.expressindia.com local news archivefullstory.php?newsid 237831&creation date 2007 05 24 CITIES Bot generated title ref On November 26, 2005, a meeting was held which appointed a 12 member Kerala State Committee with V.B. Cherian as its secretary. ref http www.hindu.com 2005 11 27 stories 2005112708350400.htm Other state committee members appointed were M. Rajan, K.P. Viswavalsalan, K.V. Purushothaman, D.R. Pisharoty, Kadackal Sundaresan, N. Parameswaran Potty, K.R. Sadanandan, P.S. Gangadharan, T.S. Narayanan, C.K. Vijayan and P. Appukkuttan. ref The Punjab India Punjab state units of MCPI ... reflist Marxist Communist Party of India United blog http mcpiu.blogspot.com Category Political parties established in 2005 Category Communist parties in India Category 2005 establishments in India ... was appointed. ref http www.tribuneindia.com 2005 20051215 punjab1.htm The Tribune, Chandigarh, India ... http www.tribuneindia.com 2006 20061209 ldh1.htm The Tribune, Chandigarh, India Ludhiana Stories Bot ... delegates from Punjab, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh , Bihar, India Bihar , Rajasthan , Uttar Pradesh ..., India Chandigarh Stories Bot generated title ref ref http www.tribuneindia.com 2006 20060921 cth1.htm The Tribune, Chandigarh, India Chandigarh Stories Bot generated title ref Kerala Legislative ... election , the party five candidates, contesting the constituencies Vadakkekkara, Aluva, Paravoor ...   more details



  1. Election Results of Communist Party of India (Marxist)

    0 TD TD 1 TD TR TR TD Orissa TD TD 0 TD TD 0 TD TD 2 TD TD 0 TD TD 21 TD TR TR TD Punjab, India Punjab ... in Punjab, India Punjab . In 1985 elections only took place in Assam and Punjab, India Punjab . State ... 126 TD TD 2006 TD TR TR TD Bihar India Bihar TD TD 10 TD TD 1 TD TD 324 TD TD 2005 TD TR TR TD Chhattisgarh ... TD 2004 TD TR TR TD Pondicherry TD TD 3 TD TD 0 TD TD 30 TD TD 2006 TD TR TR TD Punjab, India Punjab ... Commission of India website. Results does not deal with defections and by elections during the mandate period. See also Communist Marxist Party , in Kerala, south India Communist Party of India Marxist Communist Party of Revolutionary Marxists , in West Bengal, India northern areas Marxist Communist Party of India Marxist Communist Party of India United Marxist Periarist Communist Party , in Tamil Nadu, India References reflist Category Elections in India Category Communist parties in India Category Election results by party zh ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist) New Initiative

    Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist New Initiative was a political party India . It merged with Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Janashakti COC CPI ML Janashakti COC to form Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Unity Initiative CPI ML Unity Initiative . CPI ML New Initiative was led by Arvind Sinha. References reflist india party stub Category Communist parties in India ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist) Unity Initiative

    Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Unity Initiative was a communist party in India . It was led by Viswam. ref http www.hindu.com 2009 05 27 stories 2009052754930800.htm ref The CPI ML Unity Initiative joined the Six Party Forum , a joint body of Communist Revolutionary organisations formed in 1995. ref name ml ref http cpiml.in Feb 2008 080206.doc ref In 2003, the party merged with the Communist Organisation of India Marxist Leninist led by Kanu Sanyal , forming a new Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist . Ref name ml http www.cpiml.in Old 20Issues Red 20Star 20March 202009.pdf ref The merger statement was signed between the two organisations on January 17, 2003. ref http www.cpimlnd.org index2.php?option com content&do pdf 1&id 465 ref References reflist Category Communist parties in India ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist) Central Team

    Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Central Team was formed in 1977 when activists from Punjab, India Punjab , Maharashtra and West Bengal of Provisional Central Committee, Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist CPI ML of Satyanaryan Singh revolted against the party leadership. CPI ML Central Team reaffirmed the legacy of Charu Majumdar . The principal strength of the party was in Punjab. In Punjab the new party started publishing Surkh Rekha . The party built up the Punjab Kisan Union , and led struggles particularly in the Jalandhar and Ludhiana districts. During the Khalistan i days, the Punjab unit developed cooperation with Unity Centre of Communist Revolutionaries of India Marxist Leninist Harbhajan Sohi one splintergroup of the Unity Centre of Communist Revolutionaries of India Marxist Leninist UCCRI ML within the Front against Repression and Communalism . This experience attracted the group to a mass line. In 1994 the Punjab branch of CPI ML Central Team unified with Centre of Communist Revolutionaries of India , Communist Unity Centre of India and Marxist Leninist Organising Centre to form the Communist Party Reorganization Centre of India Marxist Leninist . Surkh Rekha became the publication of CPRCI ML . The Maharashta and West Bengal branches maintained themselves as CPI ML Central Team. Ahead of the 1999 Lok Sabha elections CPI ML Central Team signed a boycott call in together with Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist People s War CPI ML People s War and Revolutionary Communist Centre of India Maoist . References reflist Category Political parties established in 1977 Category Communist parties in India india party stub ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist) New Democracy

    Image South Asian Communist Banner.svg thumb align left, align top Party flag Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist New Democracy is a communist political party in India . The party was founded as a breakaway from the Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist CPI ML of Chandra Pulla Reddy in 1988. The all India general secretary of this party is Yatendra Kumar . The party is mainly based in Andhra Pradesh , but also has branches in Bihar , West Bengal , Punjab India Punjab , Uttar Pradesh , Maharashtra , Delhi , Orissa , Haryana , etc. The party has one member in the Legislative Assembly of Andhra Pradesh , Gummadi Narsaiah from the constituency of Yellandu from where he has been elected continuously for five terms and is still continuing. The party also has one from Bihar, whose name is Umadhar Prasad Singh . Image iftumayday2004.jpg thumb IFTU May Day poster CPI ML ND has been following both parliamentary and non parliamentary methods of class struggle. It participates in elections unlike the Communist Party of India Maoist and also has an underground guerrilla army with weapons. The party has open mass organizations like the Indian Federation of Trade Unions IFTU for industrial workers and the All India Kisan Mazdoor Sabha for farmers and agricultural workers. In the recent years CPI ML ND has been more radicalized and started focusing more on the underground guerrilla work distancing itself from the parliamentary left and the moderate Marxist Leninist factions. CPI M L ND has two big students unions, PDSU, and PSU in Punjab. References reflist External links http www.cpimlnd.org Party website http www.ap politics.com english mla Others Yellandu.htm Gummadi Narsaiah, AP MLA Category Political parties established in 1988 Category Communist parties in India New Democracy ... Newsletter india party stub br Strollad Komunour India Marksour Leninour Demokratelezh Nevez sv Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist New Democracy ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist) Red Flag

    Indcom Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Red Flag CPI ML Red Flag was a political party in India . CPI ML Red Flag was formed in 1988 as a break away from the Central Reorganization Committee, CPI ML . The party s main base of support was in Kerala , where it emerged as the major ML faction. It also expanded to other states including Karnataka , Madhya Pradesh , Maharashtra , Chhattisgarh ,West Bengal and Orissa . The party head office was located in Delhi . File CPIML poster in Varkala 2004.jpg thumb left CPI ML Red Flag poster in Kerala The first All India Secretary of the party was Arup Majumdar, followed by K.N. Ramachandran. In 2003 a large section of the party in Kerala , including the majority in the Kerala State Committee, broke away, and are running a parallel Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Red Flag Unnichekkan CPI ML Red Flag . The split was led by the Kerala state secretary of the party, P.C. Unnichekkan , and M.S. Jayakumar. This party continues to use the name CPI ML Red Flag. The main mass organization of the party was the Trade Union Centre of India TUCI . Regional mass organizations of the party included Yuvajanavedi , Kerala Vidyarthi Sanghatana Kerala ... CPI ML Red Flag and Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal CPI ML took the initiative ... than CPI ML and CPI ML Red Flag, Centre of Communist Revolutionaries West Bengal , Lal Nishan Party Leninvadi , Marxist Communist Party of India , Marxist Leninist Committee , New Socialist Movement, Gujarat , Provisional Central Committee, Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist and Bhagat Singh ... Janakeeya Samskarika Vedi of V.B. Cheriyan. CPI ML Red Flag merged with Kanu Sanyal s Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist at a unity conference ... of India br Strollad Komunour India Marksour Leninour Banniel Ruz sv Communist Party of India Marxist ... established in 1988 Category Communist parties in India Red Flag Category International Conference ...   more details



  1. Organising Committee, Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist)

    Unreferenced date January 2008 Organizing Committee, Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist was a communist organization in India . It was led by B.N. Sharma. Also known as the Bihar Bengal Committee, CPI ML . OCCPI ML were in a close cooperation with UCCRI ML . There had been a period of cooperation between the two organizations on trade union solidarity. Discussions were taking place on forming joint students fronts, etc.. But the process was interrupted when the Bengal committee of UCCRI ML got entangled in a fractional conflict. In 1988 OCCPI ML merged with four other groups to form Centre of Communist Revolutionaries of India . Category Communist parties in India ...   more details



  1. Communist Party of India (Marxist?Leninist) (Kanu Sanyal)

    update date November 2010 Infobox Indian Political Party party name Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist party logo Image South Asian Communist Banner.svg 200px center foundation 2003 alliance Left ..., India Hyderabad Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist is a communist party in India . The party is one of many working under the name of CPI ML . The party general secretary was Kanu Sanyal . The name of the party is identical to the original Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist formed in 1969, of which Sanyal was also a key leader, but Sanyal has stated that his party is not the same as this party http web.archive.org web www.geocities.com cpimlnd 2k4may.htm . History The present party was formed through a merger of Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Unity Initiative and Sanyal s Communist Organization of India Marxist Leninist in June 2003. The strength of the party is mainly concentrated to Andhra Pradesh , Jharkhand and West Bengal . The party central organ is Red Star. In November 2003 Communist Party of Indian Union Marxist Leninist merged with the party. In the elections ... Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections 2004 the party and the Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Red Flag had taken the initiative to form a united front of communist group. The two parties agreed ... is an important mass organization. commons Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal ... http cpiml.wordpress.com CPI ML blog DEFAULTSORT Communist Party Of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal Category Political parties established in 2003 Category Communist parties in India Kanu Sanyal sv Communist Party of India Marxist Leninist Kanu Sanyal ... the party. Citation needed date February 2007 Mass organisations The Trade Union Centre of India , formerly the trade union wing of CPI ML Red Flag, is linked to the party. In Andhra Pradesh the party ... Bengal legislative election two regional party leaders, Somnath Chatterjee not to be confused with the Lok ...   more details




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