The members of the New Socialist Alternative (CWI-India) took part in
the May Day 2005 demonstrations in the ‘silicon city’ of India -
Bangalore - with a two-page leaflet in the Kannada language. The theme
was: "Enough of the horrors of Capitalism - We need Socialism now!".
"Not only has the country been stunned by the awesome verdict, the
entire free world must learn from the courage of the poor, illiterate,
the voiceless and the underprivileged of the earth’s largest democracy
as they punish rulers who thought their realm consisted of only 150
million for whom India was...
"It is generally the Indian middle class and the rich who are feeling
good, but there are so many others, belonging to the lower middle class,
belonging to the peasantry, belonging to the working class, who are not
feeling good.” That view, from analyst Kumar Kaldeep, quoted by Radio
Netherlands is important...
“Nine bombings in as many months, almost 100 people dead, and some 200
injured: Bombay is in the midst of ... the longest-running terror
offensive any major Indian city has ever encountered...” (Editorial in
‘The Hindu’, 26 August 2003).