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ज्योति बसु | জ্যোতি বসু | Was a Bengali politician belonging to the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Died in 2010.
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HIN: ज्योति बसु (बंगला: জ্যোতি বসু) (८ जुलाई, १९१४ - १७ जनवरी, २०१०) भारतीय कम्युनिस्ट पार्टी (मार्क्सवादी) के जानेमाने राजनेता थे। वे सन् १९७७ से लेकर २००० तक पश्चिम बंगाल राज्य के मुख्यमंत्री रहकर भारत के सबसे लंबे समय तक मुख्यमंत्री बने रहने का कीर्तिमान स्थापित किए। वे सन् १९६४ से सन् २००८ तक सीपीएम पॉलित ...
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Comment: Jyoti Basu, a pragmatic patriarch

If it's sensible to talk of the completeness of a political career, Jyoti Basu -- West Bengal's chief minister for 23 years, and a veteran of nearly seven decades of politics -- had a complete political career. Nine years after he quit as chief minister, Basu's demise at the age of 95 is the literal end of an era in Indian politics. Much of the post Independence history of opposition to a paramount Congress would have differed in colour and character without this figure who was initiated into Marxism in London, built a constituency for himself among the railway trade unionists in the '40s, ...


Kolkata/New Delhi - Veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu died in a Kolkata hospital on Sunday. He was 95. "I have to give you a sad news that Jyoti babu is no longer with us," Biman Bose, chairperson of the Left Front coordination committee, announced to reporters a little around 1230 hrs. Basu, who had suffered multi-organ failure was on a temporary pacemaker since late last night. Basu's personal physician Dr Ajit Kumar Maity said that the veteran leader breathed his last at 1147 hrs IST at the AMRI Hospital where he was admitted with pneumonia on January one. He was put on a ...

Jyoti Basu still critical, AIIMS docs roped in

KOLKATA - CPM patriarch Jyoti Basu's cardiac condition triggered fresh fears on Friday, with no improvement in his condition. Basu's doctors had a videoconference with a team of specialists in AIIMS, where they agreed that his advanced age was hampering his recovery. On Thursday night, Basu's heart rate, which had till now behaved normally, showed fluctuations. An ECG came up clear on Friday. It is suspected that the heavy doses of antibiotics to treat pneumonia could have led to cardiac fluctuations. Read more: THE TIMES OF INDIA (Jan 9, 2010)

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JYOTI BASU & MOTHER TERESA: An unusual friendship
NAVIN B. CHAWLATHE HINDU, January 19, 2010 02:08 ISTPTI  Mother Teresa invariably prefixed "my friend" before she took Jyoti Basu's name.Asked what he, a Communist and atheist, could possibly have in common with Mother Teresa for whom God was everything, Jyoti Basu said with a smile: “We both share a love for the poor.”The Hindu requested Navin B. Chawla, Chief Election Commissioner of India and Mother Teresa’s biographer, to share his insights into the remarkable friendship between Jyoti Basu and the founder of the Missionaries of Charity:During the course of writing a biography on Mother Teresa, I asked Chief Minister Jyoti Basu what he, a Communist and atheist, could possibly have in common with Mother Teresa for whom God was everything. With a smile that reached his eyes, he said: “We both share a love for the poor.” For her part, Mother Teresa invariably prefixed the words “My friend” before she took his name.From the legendary Chief Minister of West Be
Somnath Chatterjee inaugurates an exhibition of portraits and sketches on Jyoti Basu
Former Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee inaugurates an exhibition of portraits and sketches on Jyoti Basu at the Academy of Fine Arts on Tuesday.The event, that was held to commemorate the 100th birth anniversary of Basu, will continue for a week."Jyotibabu is the tallest example in politics of how to serve people. People might have at times thought that he was a very reserved person. But having worked closely with him, I have seen how intense his feelings and emotions for people were. Jyoti Basu used to say politics was the only way to serve the masses. He did politics by putting his heart into it," Chatterjee said.http://www.telegraphindia.com/1150325/jsp/bengal/story_10716.jsp
Basu and Mother Teresa: a special association
ANANYA DUTTATHE HINDU, KOLKATA, January 19, 2010PTIA file photo of 1994 shows veteran Communist leader and former West Bengal Chief Minister Jyoti Basu with Mother Teresa at a function in Kolkata.As Kolkata mourns and prepares for the “shesh jatra” (final journey) of veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu on Tuesday, many are reminded of a public funeral more than a decade ago, when Mr. Basu, as the West Bengal Chief Minister, came to offer a wreath to Mother Teresa to sustained applause from a stadium full of people.“The special association between Jyoti Basu and Mother Teresa was marked by a mutual admiration that they felt for each other. As far as Mr. Basu was concerned, there were standing instructions that should she ever seek an appointment with him, there was to be no delay,” said Joykrishno Ghosh, a personal aide of Mr. Basu since 1977.Mr. Basu always tried to be supportive of her work and personally oversaw the arrangements for her funeral, Mr. Ghosh said.“She makes
`She makes me a bad Marxist, makes me believe in godliness'
Saugata Roy | TNN | Sep 5, 2016, 04.29 PM ISTA Marxist, Jyoti Basu stayed way from the funeral mass at Netaji Indoor Stadium, but attended mother's last journey.How do a Catholic and a communist get along,"people often wondered while discussing the mu tual respect that Mother Teresa and Jyoti Basu had for each other. Basu was a Communist and atheist. Mother was a Catholic nun with an unflinching belief in God. Yet, Basu's doors were always open for Mother, who used to call on the chief minister at Writers' Buildings without hesitation. Once, she was even allowed to interrupt a cabinet meeting because she needed to meet Basu urgently. "We share a love for the poor," Basu would say in reply to the query. In his book on the Mother, `Messiah of the Poor', B K Chaturvedi quotes Basu as saying: "She makes me a bad Marxist since she makes me believe in godliness."When Mother addressed Basu, she would prefix `My friend' before she took his name. The mutual understanding has

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