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Charu Majumdar

Charu Majumdar (Bengali: চারু মজুমদার; 1918–1972) was a communist revolutionary from India. Charu Majumdar's life is a story of "riches to rags". Born in a ...

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Guide to the South Asian Oral History Collections at IISH
year old Communist Charu Mazumdar, they defined the objective of the new movement as 'seizure of power through an agrarian revolution'. The strategy was  ...
Maoist Movement in India: An Overview - Institute for Defence
Aug 6, 2013 Leninist) under the leadership of Charu Mazumdar15 was formed, ... With the death of Charu Mazumdar, the central authority of the CPI (ML) ...
Charu Mazumdar Rapport sur la politique et l'organisation adopté
Charu Mazumdar. Rapport sur la politique et l'organisation adopté au congrès. Haïr, stigmatiser et écraser le centrisme!
Naxalism: The Maoist Challenge to the Indian State
Jul 2, 2010 uprising was spearheaded by a radical faction of the CPI (M) that was led by Charu. Mazumdar, a charismatic party worker who turned out later ...
Download - Communist Party of India
The PWG looked to Naxalite leader Charu. Majumdar as the 'pathfinder'. The Kanai Chatterjee-Amulya Sen-.

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Why JNU makes every struggle its business
NEW DELHI: Jawaharlal Nehru University was never going to be Delhi University. An unusual admission policy adopted soon after its establishment has ensured its very DNA is different.
So much more than just 'peddlers of samosas'
In the '70s, when the Naxal wave was sweeping the city's campuses, he had as a young boy served tea to Asim Chatterjee and Charu Majumdar when they came to recruit student volunteers.
Sedition law: a primer
In the matter of Niharendu Dutt Majumdar v. The King Emperor [1943] F.C.
United in Death: Charu Majumdar and Kishanji
If Comrade Charu Majumdar's arrest from his hide-out on July 16, 1972 and subsequent cold blooded murder in the custody of Calcutta's Laal Bazar police station on July 28, 1972 provided the West Bengal administration an opportunity to brutally suppress ...
India: sfregiata con l'acido nella terra dei Maoisti

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Charu Majumdar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charu Majumdar (Bengali: চারু মজুমদার; 1918–1972) was a communist revolutionary from India. Charu Majumdar's life is a story of "riches to rags". Born in a ...
Kanu Sanyal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He came out with the seminal Terai report on revolution in India, which openly denounced the anarco-nihilist policies of Charu Majumdar and his loyalists.
Charu Mazumdar - Marxists Internet Archive
Archive of writings of Charu Mazumdar.
SOURCE:-CM-WORKS BLOG Our Tasks in the Present Situation (28th January, 1965 - First Document) The Congress government has arrested one thousand ...
The remains of Naxalbari - Livemint
Mar 17, 2011 My host in Siliguri, Prodip Sarkar, has suggested I meet Abhijit, the son of Charu Majumdar, one of the leaders of the 1967 Naxalbari rebellion.

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