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The Collapse

Shankar Das had returned to India in 1983, after spending more than 13 years in the erstwhile Soviet Union, where he earned a Doctoral Degree in Chemistry. Upon his arrival […]

The 30th Anniversary Of The End

dedicated to my respected teacher, Dr S Datta Gupta, the (Retired) Surendra Nath Banerjee Chair of Political Science of University of Calcutta, and one of the most distinguished scholars of […]

She Questioned Everything

Communism, it seems, has become irrelevant in Indian Politics in the last decade mainly because of activities of the Communist Parties, who have committed a number of mistakes (since the […]

Current Position Of The Indian Communists…

With five Indian provinces (Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and West Bengal) gearing up for local Assembly Elections, the Leftists are seen to have started appeasing a Minority Community (Muslim), […]

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Georgi Dimitrov (June 18, 1882 – July 2, 1949), the leader of Communist International, had held a meeting with Soviet Leader Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (December 18, 1878 – March 5, […]

Only If History Could Be Altered!

Human Beings cannot control the flow of events in History… Else, it might have been easier for some to make a trip or two to the Past and to make […]

A Purely Political Debate

What did Vladimir (Ilyich Ulyanov) Lenin think of Joseph Stalin? This is basically a Political Debate of the 20th Century, which still seems to be quite relevant… When he was […]

Rejection: A Form Of Rebellion!

Volker Schlöndorff, the 80-year-old young German filmmaker, recently visited the eastern Indian city of Kolkata to attend an International Film Festival. During his stay at the ‘City of Joy‘, Schlöndorff […]