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Frontier in Print

Vol. 50, No.19, Nov 12 - 18, 2017
Contents
Comment: Once a Year
Note: ‘Long Depression’ - A M T
News Wrap - A G D
300,000 and Counting: ‘How Many Deaths Will It Take...?’ - Smarajit Jana
Taj Mahal–I: Yet, Another ‘Ayodhya’? - Shamsul Islam
Taj Mahal–II: ‘‘There is a Bee in the Bonnet’’ - Subhash Gatade
Hope and Despair: A Fine Balance -T Vijayendra
Polish Women’s Strike: Polish Women Resist -Irma Allen



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দীপংকর চক্রবর্তী তৃতীয় স্মারক বক্তৃতা
অনীক পত্রিকার উদ্যোগে আগামী ২০ নভেম্বর, ২০১৭ সোমবার বিকাল ৪টায় কলকাতায় রামমোহন হলে (মাণিকতলা মোড়ের অদূরে এপিসি রোড ও সুকিয়া স্ট্রিটের সংযোগস্থলে) দীপংকর চক্রবর্তী তৃতীয় স্মারক বক্তৃতা অনুষ্ঠিত হবে । বক্তা বাংলাদেশের প্রখ্যাত ইতিহাসবিদ এবং মার্কসবাদী চিন্তক বদরুদ্দীন উমর মহাশয়। বিষয়- অক্টোবর বিপ্লব ও সোভিয়েট ইউনিয়নে সমাজতন্ত্র নির্মাণের সমস্যা। সবাই আসুন।


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17 Nov 2017

Red is the color of the poor :
Sumanta Banerjee looks into the Naxalbari Uprising in India

Sumanta Banerjee (b. 1936), political and civil rights activist and social scientist, moved to the revolutionary position of the Naxalbari peasants’ upsurge in the north-eastern India while working as a journalist for The Statesman in the late sixties, and joined the movement in 1973. He had to resort to underground life while carrying on his revolutionary tasks in rural and industrial areas, Srikakulam forests and hills, and Kolkata slums. As an active participant in the toilers’ political struggle armed with Marxism-Leninism-Mao Thought he had the opportunity to know the movement closely from his work with comrades from grassroots and a part of leadership, and working with Liberation, the clandestine English organ of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist). Sumanta Banerjee, author of In the Wake of Naxalbari: A History of the Naxalite Movement in India (Subarnarekha, Kolkata, 1980), Marxism and the Indian Left: From “Interpreting” to “Changing” It (Purbalok Publication, Kolkata, 2012), The Parlour and the Street: Elite and Popular Culture in Nineteenth Century Calcutta (1989) and Logic in a Popular Form (2002), regularly contributes to The Economic and Political Weekly from Mumbai. He is also editor of Thema Book of Naxalite Poetry (1987). This interview was conducted in late-September-early-October, 2017 by Farooque Chowdhury. 
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Reports

Horrific letter of Prof. Saibaba written from jail

Dear Vasantha
I am frightened to think of coming winter. Already I am shivering with continuous fever. I do not have a blanket. I do not have a sweater/jacket. As temperature goes down excruciating pain continuously in my legs and left hand increases. It is impossible for me to survive here during the winter that starts from November. I am living here like an animal taking its last breaths. Somehow 8 months I managed to survive. But I am not going to survive in the coming winter. I am sure. It is of no use to write about my health any longer.
See the letter in full & the note from Meera Sanghamitra

 
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Why India Needs the Left - Prabhat Patnaik
My India Today (video) - Mirza Yawar Baig

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সে তো তেমন গৌরী নয় - নীলাঞ্জন দত্ত
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Samar Sen Lecture
 
Interview
Frontier chronicled the spirit of the Spring Thunder era - Interview with Timir Basu, editor, Frontier
 

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The Quantum Indians - Bose, Raman and Saha -An award winning film of excellent quality (Video 52 min)
 

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