[This document was produced about a member of the first central committee comrade Shahid — Sarbaharapath] This comrade left his bright student life and cut relation with other party to join the East Bengal Workers Movement. His that role is appreciable. At that situation of organization, it was a time when it was more [...]
Kerala KFC attack: Arrested students members of Maoist’s rural wing, say police Two college students, who were arrested on charges of attacking KFC outlet in Palakkad, were remanded in judicial custody on Tuesday. Arrested Sreekanth Prabhakaran, a B Ed student, and Arun Balan, a journalism student, were members of a rural wing of [...]
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