Category Archives: First conference

Resolution on higher education

Resolution on higher education   The education system in the country today is under the multipronged assault in the form of Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation (LPG). With the aggressive implementation of LPG what we have witnessed over the last two decades is an increasing onslaught on the hard earned rights of the people—such as social […]

Resolution of fake encounters including the murder of Azad and Kishenji

Resolution of fake encounters including the murder of Azad and Kishenji   As part of the counter-revolutionary war being waged by the Indian state spanning across vast swathes of the country, the central paramilitary and West Bengal state police forces murdered a leader and politburo member of CPI (Maoist), Mallojula Koteshwar Rao alias Kishenji in […]

Resolution against Anna Hazare’s Anti-corruption façade

Resolution against Anna Hazare’s Anti-corruption façade   Termed as the “second freedom struggle of India”, the tug-of-war between the Indian government and the so-called civil society on the Sarkari versus Jan Lokpal had been covered to its minutest details by the corporate media, hailing Anna Hazare’s ‘movement’ as a ‘crusade against corruption’. This well scripted […]

RDF: First Conference Programme, 22-23 April 2012

The First Conference REVOLUTIONARY DEMOCRATIC FRONT (RDF)   22-23 April, 2012, Sundarayya Vignana Bhawan, Baghlingampalli Park, Hyderabad, Telangana   Turn the Prevailing Economic Crisis into Revolutionary Upsurge!   Programme   Day One: 22 April 2012 (Sunday)   10.00 am | Inaugural Session   RDF Flag hoisting Inauguration: Goru Madhav Rao, founding president of All India […]

RDF: The First All Indian Conference, 22-23 April 2012

  Revolutionary Democratic Front (RDF) THE FIRST ALL INDIAN CONFERENCE 22-23 April 2012, Sundarayya Vignana Bhavan Hyderabad, Telangana   PRESS RELEASE   22 April 2012   The historic first conference of the Revolutionary Democratic Front (RDF) – a federation of revolutionary mass organisations working among different classes and sections of the society at the grass-roots […]