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പ്രകാശ് കാരാട്ട് | An Indian communist politician. The General Secretary of the CPI(M) since 2005.
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Prakash Karat meets PM on Kashmir


Prakash Karat meets PM on Kashmir, calls for new political framework NEW DELHI: CPM General Secretary Prakash Karat on Saturday told Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that a solution to Kashmir problem could be arrived at only through a new political framework whose "bedrock is maximum autonomy". Karat also asked Singh to take a bold initiative for a political dialogue with all sections in Jammu and Kashmir without any preconditions. In probably his first meeting with Singh after the UPA-I government's trust vote over the Indo-US civil nuclear deal in July 2008, Karat drove to the ...


Marxist theoretician Karat questions Rahul's knowledge


NEW DELHI: CPM general secretary has said leader did not have the “political understanding” of Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi. Smarting under Mr Gandhi’s remark that Marxism was a dead ideology, Mr Karat said, "Rahul does not know the history of Marxism. He should know that Karl Marx, the main protagonist of the Communist movement, was born in the 19th century and not the 20th century," Mr Karat was quoted by PTI as saying at a public meeting in Patna on Friday. The Congress leader, ...


Sri Lanka bent upon military solution: Karat


MADURAI: Though everyone believes that the Sri Lankan crisis can be resolved only by proper political approach and diplomacy with the intervention of United Nations, the Sri Lankan government appears to be determined that the Tamils can be suppressed only with armed military might, Prakash Karat, general secretary of CPM, said here on Monday. Karat spoke to reporters during his visit to Dindigul to release a book on N Varadharajan, the State secretary of the party. He said that the major concern now was the plight of more than 2 lakh Sri Lankan Tamils who, according to ICRC reports, were ...



 
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