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NFIW Joint Dharna for 33% Women’s Reservation Bill
New Delhi, November 25, 2013: National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW) has organized a national dharna for Joint Action on 33 per cent of reservation for women in legislatures. The dharna, held at Jantar Mantar in the national capital, was formally inaugurated today by NFIW president Aruna Roy. The 21-day dharana will continue till December 16, 2013. November 25th was chosen for the initiation of dharna as it coincided with the United Nation’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. The NFIW call was supported by 20 other major organisations which have also participated in the dharna. The main demand is for adoption women’s bill in the winter session of Parliament. Federation leaders and representatives from six states viz., Kerala, Punjab, West Bengal, Karnataka, Delhi and Himachal Pradesh have come to the national capital to participate in the dharna.  The dharanites also demanded immediate solution for the pressing problems of women such as r
Allow Delhi Assembly to Debate Lokpal Bill
    COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA                                  Central OfficeAjoy Bhavan, 15, Com. Indrajit Gupta Marg, New Delhi-110002 Telephone: 23232801, 23235058, Fax: 23235543, Email: cpiofindia@gmail.comGeneral Secretary: S. Sudhakar ReddyNew DelhiDated: 13th February 2014 Press StatementAllow Delhi Assembly to Debate Lokpal BillThe Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India has issued following statement to the press:The Jan Lok Pal bill initiated by the Delhi AAP Government has become controversial with the Union Government demanding that it should take permission from them. The Jan Lok Pal bill is an important bill. It should not suffer on technical grounds. Both Delhi and the Union Governments should settle the issue amicably and within constitutional framework and Lok Pal bill should be allowed to be introduced and debated by the Delhi Assembly. The AAP Government of
CPI message to Communist Party of Nepal(UML)
To, 27th November, 2013The General Secretary,Communist Party of Nepal (UML) Kathmandu Dear Comrade,  On behalf of the National Council of the Communist Party of India and on my own behalf, I congratulate the leadership as well as the rank and file of the CPN (UML) for their excellent performance in the recently held elections to the Constituent assembly.  The party has emerged as second largest party in the assembly. Its vote share too has increased considerably. The massive popular backing the party has received in the electoral battle is endorsement of the struggles and efforts   your party has put in to usher in a secular democratic constitutional structure in the country. In the past one decade Nepal has been in turmoil due to   failure to achieve national consensus on the future constitutional framework in the country. CPN(UML)  did everything possible to  arrive at national consensus so that Nepalese people can have  a ne
CPI on Incidents in Parliament
    COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA                                 Central OfficeAjoy Bhavan, 15, Com. Indrajit Gupta Marg, New Delhi-110002 Telephone: 23232801, 23235058, Fax: 23235543, Email: cpiofindia@gmail.comGeneral Secretary: S. Sudhakar ReddyNew DelhiDated: 13th February 2014 Press StatementCPI on Incidents in ParliamentThe Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India has issued following statement to the press:The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India deplores the unfortunate incidents in the Lok Sabha today, while the Home-Minister was introducing the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Bill. CPI condemns the unruly and shameful behaviour of some members, causing damage to the image and prestige of the Parliament. Opposition, dissent to any bill is the democratic right of every member of the Parliament. But that should be done through a decent debate. The incidents are



 
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