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ULFA threatens to use arms against illegal migrants from Bangladesh ULFA threatens to use arms against illegal migrants from Bangladesh
July 30, 2014

The Paresh Barua-led United Liberation Front of Assam has warned of bloodshed and violence if the state and central governments give shelter to any illegal immigrant in the state.

Anti-Hindu CPI wants ban on Sanatan Sanstha and HJS Anti-Hindu CPI wants ban on Sanatan Sanstha and HJS
December 7, 2012

Anti-Hindu Communist Party of India's demand made to Minority Commission : impose ban on Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti !

Indonesia : An Atheist beaten by Islamic extremists, gets jailed Indonesia : An Atheist beaten by Islamic extremists, gets jailed
June 19, 2012

Once again religious intolerance has burst into the open in Indonesia, where a judge sentenced a professed atheist to two and a half years in prison instead of prosecuting the mob that chased him down and beat him badly.

Communists are more cruel than Hitler ! Communists are more cruel than Hitler !
May 22, 2012

The cruel communists call Sriram as a dictator and fascist; but in an essay by (Elst) scholars titled ‘Which dictatorship was worst than communism?’, it is mentioned that who was the most cruel communist dictator.

Religion vs ideology debate sparks off in China
November 3, 2010

Two senior leaders of China's ruling Communist Party of China visited a renovated ancient temple and offered prayers. It has sparked heated debate on whether Communists, ' who are supposed to be atheists' can do Idol worship.

Maoists are not terrorists: Buddhadeb
October 15, 2010

Denouncing Maoists in the strongest possible terms, West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Thursday described them as terrorists who had no connecting with the ideology of Mao Zhedong.

Spanish writer threatens to sue Congress' Singhvi
June 6, 2010

New Delhi: The controversy over Spanish writer Javier Moro's book 'The Red Saree', a fictionalised account of the life of Sonia Gandhi, is getting murkier with the author threatening to sue her counsel Abhishek Singhvi

'Evidence of Maoist links with northeast insurgents'
June 6, 2010

Shillong (Meghalaya): Home Secretary G.K. Pillai said Saturday there was evidence of Maoists establishing links with insurgents in the northeastern region.

CPM Mayor who inaugurated RSS karyalaya is suspended
March 9, 2010

The CPM Mayor of Kollam, Shri N Padmalochanan recently inaugurated the karyalaya of RSS Mahasangik at Ashramam Grounds, Kerala. He lighted the lamp in front of the photographs of Doctorji and Guruji.

CPI(M) brands Iskcon major threat to Communists
December 17, 2009

After questioning the existence of Lord Ram, the party has now trained its guns on the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Iskcon), describing it as a "major threat" to Communists.

Bloodshed to go on till we achieve socialism, says top Maoist
October 16, 2009

Hazirabag (Jharkhand): Ravi Sharma, the 50-year-old agricultural scientist-turned-Maoist who was arrested on October 10, has said the Left radicals do not regret having killed so many people, including policemen, in the past 25 years.

Maoists's Intention to change Nepalese National Flag
September 20, 2009

Those who like to change our Nepalese national Flag, they are traitors. After the regime of Maoist Now, we have culprits & antinationalist Regime in Nepal. The Maoists are changing their hues and showing new dramas.

CPM MP suspended for praising Modi
January 18, 2009

Trivendram (Kerala): A day after Kannur MP A P Abdullakutti praised Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi's investor-friendly policies for the second time within two months, the Kerala CPM suspended him from the party for one year on Saturday.

'But for slain major, not even a dog will visit his house'
December 2, 2008

'If it had not been (Major) Sandeep's house, not even a dog would have glanced that way.' This was how Kerala Chief Minister V S Achuthanandan heaped scorn on Monday on the family of NSG Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan

Kerala goes soft on SIMI, country pays Kerala goes soft on SIMI, country pays
August 19, 2008

New Delhi: The kerala link to the Ahmedabad blasts confirms that Gujarat has only paid for the failure, or worse, reluctance of the LDF government to act against fundamentalist elements thriving in the state.

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