Pamphlets on indian communism 1912 onwards



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182.

Bangla Sishu Telengana Lalganj, Chobbis Pargna Jela Communist Party, 1949.

183.

Marx Vadi (Part – III), 1949.

184.

A Critique of CPI’s Theses Leninism and Revisionism by Ajit Roy, 1949.

185.

Marxist Miscallany: Review of the Draft Consitution of India, 1949.

185.A.

Karl Marx – Mazoodri Aur Punji, 1949.

185.B.

How to be a Good Communist – Liu Shad-Chi, 1949.

185.C.

Cochi-Travancore Merger, Cochi Distt. Congress, 1949.

185.D.

Ministry Rule Trivandrum – Forward to a Government; - Independent Kerala: A Slogan against Indian Democracy.

185.E.

EMS Collected Works, Vol. 10, 1948-52.

185.F.

Communist Nos. 1,2&3, 1949.

186.

Imperialist Aggression in Kashmir, 1950.

187.

Foreign Capital in ‘Free’ India, 1950.

188.

Manifesto of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of India on the New Constitution, 1950.

189.

Shanti Aur Swadhinta Keleye Hamara Sangharsh Aur Joshivadi Chele me Titovad, 1950.

190.

Imperialist Agression in Kashmir, 1950.

191.

Kashmira Samrajyabadi Akraman, Communist Party, 1950.

192.

Situation in India by R.P. Dutt, 1950.

193.

Colonial Peoples’ Struggle for Liberation – Report to Institute of Economics and Pacific Institute of the Academy of Science, USSR, 1950.

194.

Forward Communist Party of India Political Thesis – Asopted at the Party Congress held at Kanpur, 1950.

195.

Indian Communist Movement on Turning Point, Lal Communist Party Hind Union, 1950.

196.

Waqut ke Aawaz by Amar Sheikh, 1950.

197.

Bhartiya Jantantra ke Panchvin Varsaganth per Pravada Aur Izavestiya ke Sempadkiya, 1950.

198.

Sharpening Crisis of the Colonial System After World War II by E.M. Zhukov, 1950.

199.

New Stage in India’s Liberation Struggle by A.M. Dyakov, 1950.

200.

Comrade Abroad and B.T. Ranadive: Views I by P.C. Joshi, 1950.

201.

Classical Work on the Principles of Bolshevik Tactics by A. Kosulnikov, 1950.

202.

Forward Communist Party of India – Political Thesis Adopted at the Party Congress held at Kanpur, Feb. 1950.

203.

Documents for Discussion by P.C. Joshi – Peace Movement Mistakes and Tasks by P.C. Joshi, 1950.

204.

Communist Party of India by P.C. Joshi, 1950.

205.

Real Face of Democratic Socialism – A Critique of the Policy and Programme of the Socialist Party of India by R. Gupta, 1950.

206.

Howrah Jeela Committee Atmosamalochna, 1950.

207.

Fight for Democratic Education, 1950.

208.

Strength of a communist Party Lies in Unity and Iron Discipline by G. Gak – Criticism and Self Criticism by D. Troshin, 1950.

209.

A Note on the Editorial of the Communist from Dated 27th Jan. 1050.

210.

The Working Class and its Allies by G. Brovarsky, 1950.

211.

Documents for Discussion by P.C. Joshi – For a Mass Policy by P.C. Joshi, 1950.

211.A.

Problems of the mass Movement by P.C. Joshi – Being Part II of P.C. Joshi Lecture to foreign Comrades entitled “Are We Only Stupid”.

211.A.

Korea After the Second World War by F.I. Shabshina, 1950.

211.B.

Naya Ganatantra Saman Samaj Tantra (New Democracy vs. Socialism), 1950.

211.C.

Acts and Resolutions of the Congress Second World Congress of the Defenders of Peace (The World Peace Council Elected by Congress), Warsaw, 1950.

211.D.

A Critique of Communist Movement in India by Shibdas Ghosh, 1950.

211.E.

Sreeman C.V. Kuju Rama’s Speech (Travancore Rashtriya Conference), 1950.

211.F.

Oppression in India by D.N. Pritt, 1950.

211.G.

An Open Letter to Pandit J. Nehru by M.N. Govindan Nair, Sec. CPI, Kerala State

- To Socialism; Manifesto to Panchayat Election; Speech by Com. Ajay Kumar Ghosh, Gen. Sec. CPI at Fort Cochi on Kerala Election; Jaya Prakash and Socialist Org.; Communist and Pakistan. 1950.



112.

On the All India Party Conference – Resolution of Greetings to the Communist Parties of the World, etc…etc… Party Letter, No. 4, 1951.

212.A.

Election Mainfesto of the Communist Party Of India, 6th August 1951.

213.

Statement of Policy of the Communist Party of India, 1951.

213.A.

Progamme of the Communist Party of India, adopted by the All India Party Conference, October 1951.

214.

Communist Kiya Chahte Hain (What do communist want) Marxist Study Series No. 1, 1951.

215.

Manoeuvres of British Imperialism in Ceylon. 1951.

216.

Documents for Discussion – Telengana and the Rajeshwar Rao Leadership by O.P. Sangal, 1951.

217.

Economic Data Relating to some Statement in the Draft Programme issued by CPI, 1951.

218.

Inner Party Discussion Pamphlet No.1 – Suggestion and Criticisms on Draft Programme and Policy Statement, 1951.

219.

Janvadi Morcha aur Sarahara Netritva – Democratic Front and Proletarian Leadership by Ajay Kumar Ghosh, 1951.

220.

Draft Programme of the Communist Party of India, 1951.

221.

The Nehru Five Year Plan by S.G. Sardesai, 1951.

222.

The Peasant Question in Kerala by S. Parameshwaram, 1951.

223.

The Communist Culture Front by Rohit Dave,1951.

223.A.

British Road to Socialism, 1951.

224.

Economic Data Relating to some Statement in the Draft Programme, 1951.

225.

Programme of the Communist Party of India – Adopted by the All India Party Conference, 1951.

226.

Party Letter No. 1 – For Members of the Communist Party only issued by the Secretariat of the CPI, 1951.

227.

Forward to the Election Campaign Party Letter – for the Party Members only, No. 2, 1951.

228.

We are Lagging Behind – Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case; - Correspondents for Crossroads; - Death Anniversary of Com. Krishna Pillai, Party Letter No. 3, 1951.

229.

Problems of the Mass Movement by P.C. Joshi, 1951.

230.

Draft Programme of the Communist Party of India – Isued by the P.B., CPI, 1951.

231.

Arajkatavad Ya Samajbad by Stalin, 1951.

231.A.

Masani, Communist Party in India, 1951.

231.B.

Kashmir and the Conspiracy Against Peace – Rajbans Krishen, 1951.

231.C.

On Inner Party Struggle – LIU SHAD-CHI, 1951.

231.D.

Religious Freedom in Russia – Tr. By C. Unniraja, 1951.

231.E.

Any Time We Can Unite – Can’t Party’s Reply to Pravaham.

231.F.

Cultivators’ Problem in Kerala.

231.G.

Land to the Cultivator – C.J. Thomes.

231.H.

Communist Party the Inheritant of the Struggle Wegecy of Malayalies, 1951.

231.I.

Principles of Indian Communist Party, July 1951.

231.J.

Programme of Indian Communist Party, 1951.

231.K.

Communist Party Members only Party Letter on Election, October 1951.

231.L.

Election Manifesto, AICC, 1951.

231.M.

Election Manifesto of the CPI – the Case for the Telengana Twelve A.K. Gopalan’s Appeal on behalf of the Communist Party to accede the need of Workers, communist Party’s ElectionManifesto.

231.N.

Reolution in Telengana 1946-1951.

231.(O).

The Communist Party in India – M.R. Masani, The Pacific Affairs, Vol. XXIV, No.1, March 1951.

231.(P).

BTR’s Self Critical Report.

232.

Party Letter Party Chithi, No. 2, May, 1952.

233.

PB Note on Party Letters, Party Letter No. 6, 1952.

234.

Marxwadi, Aaj Ki Duniya Me by Jayaprakash Narayan, Patna Socialist Party1952.

235.

Balia Ke Viron Ko Phanai Se Bachao by Shanti Tyagi, 1952.

236.

Left Socialist Group, Policy Statement, 1952.

237.

The New Ideology of ‘Democratic Socialism’ by Ajoy Kumar Ghosh, 1952.

237.A.

Today’s India (Innathe India), Part II, A.M. Dayakov, 1952.

237.B.

Manifesto of the Communist Party – K. Marx & F. Engels, 1952.

238.

Zamindari Unmulan: Politico-Economic Study Series No. 2 by Shankardyal Tiwari. Hindustani CP Ki Uttar Pradeshiya Committee, 1952.

239.

Eikeyer Shakti Jayee Habiboi by Jyoti Bose, 1952.

240.

U.P. Zamindari Abolition by P.C. Joshi, Political Economic Study Series No. 4.

240.A.

Document for Discussion Peace Movement – Mistakes and Tasks – P.C. Joshi

241.

Theories and Practice of the Socialist Party of India by Ajoy Kumar Ghosh, 1952.

241.A.

Marxism – Leninism on Basis and Superstructure, 1952.

242.

Let us Work Together by EMS Namboodripad, 1952.

243.

Yah Hai Punchayati Raj by Shiv Kumar Mishra, 1952.

243.A.

Marxvad Parchiyamala – Shiv Verma, 1952.

244.

The Question of an Obligatory State Language in India by Dr. Rambilas Sharma, 1952.

245.

Foreign Capital in India by Prem Sagar Gupta, 1952.

246.

Praja Socialism, Monopoly’s Pawn by Edatata Narayanan, 1952.

247.

Socialism Party up Vishesh Adhiveshan, Socialist Party, Special Conference, 1952.

247.A.

Hathkargha Udhyog and Bunkaron Ke Samasyayon by A.B. Bardhan, 1952.

248.

Nehru Sarkar Swarup by Bhupesh Gupta, 1952.

249.

The NationalQuestion in Kerala by EMS Namboodripad, 1952.

249.A.

Marxvad Parchiyamala Aur Samajvad Janvad – Shiv Verma, 1952.

250.

The Nehru 5 – ear Plan by S.G. Sardesai, 1952.

250.A.

EMS Collected Works, 1952.

251.

Agrarian Crisis in India and the Reactionary Plane by Bhowani Sen, 1952.

252.

On the Results of the General Elections and Tasks before the Party by Ajoy Ghosh, Party Letter No. 5, 1952.

253.

On the Indian Trade Union Movement by S.A. Dange,1952.

254.

On the Agrarian Question in India by EMS Namboodripad, 1952.

255.

For a People’s Food Policy – Issued by the Sub-committee, People’s United Food Committee Bombay and Maharashtra, 1952.

255.A.

Communism Ajay Hai – Acharya Dipankar, 1952.

256.

The Indian Elections by R.P. Dutt, 1952.

257.

For Third Party Congress – Research Unit of the WBPC, CPI, 1952.

258.

History of May Day – Trachtenberg Alexender, 1952.

259.

Food Achilies’ Heel of IndianEconomy by EMs Namboodripad, 1952.

259.A.

Samajvikas yojanechen Vestraharan by N.D. Tatil, 1952.

259.B.

Communism: The According to Marx Lenin Stalin Mao-Tse-Tung, Democratic Research Service, 1952.

259.C.

Ravisionism Against Revisionalism – Moni Guha, Organ of Modern Revision Series No.2, 1952.

259.D.

Lassions from Chinese Revolution by Mao Se Tung.

259.E.

Today’s India, Part – I – A.M. Dyakov, Tr. K. Damodaran, 1952.

259.F.

Today’s India, Part- II – A.M. Dyakov, Tr. K. Damodaran, 1952.

259.G.

Hundred Years gains of Working Cass – S.A. Dange, Dec. 1952.

259.H.

Labour and Capital – Karl Marx, Progressive Liberation, Kollam, Jan. 1952.

259.I.

Father Vadakan’s Pamphlet to Joseph Mundasseery

  • Is Socialist Unity Good for the Nation?

  • AKG’s speech in the Parliament against Laws and Unlaws.

  • Communist Party’s D.C. Planum Main Point.

  • Penjayat Board Election Notification

  • Is Praja-Socialist Unity Good for the Country?

  • Documents and works of Indian Socialist Party

  • Against Administrative Rule and for Democratic United Ministry

  • Praja Socialism: Monopoly’s Pawn

  • For a Democratic Government in Madras State

  • New Rice Procurement Plan in Thru-Kochi

  • To Elimiante the Current Problems of Thiru-Kochi.

259.J.

Stalin’s Thesis and CPSU Congress: Resolution by CPI, Kerala State Committee, 1952. (Malayalam)

260.

Resolutions of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of India – Adopted at its meeting in Bombay, 1953.

261.

Some Problems of T.U. Unity, Party Letter No. 7, 1953.

262.

Alternative Proposal of the CC’s Draft Amendments to the Constitution of the CPI – Submitted by the Education Unit, 1953.

263.

Mao Ke China Me (in Mao’s China) by Devwrat, 1953.

264.

Indian Monopoly Capital and People’s Democratic Revolution by P. Ramamurty, Research Unit. W.B.P.C, CPI, 1953.

264.A.

Resolutions of the Central Committee of the CPI adopted at its meeting in Bombay, March 1953.

265.

The New American Meance – Communist Party Publication on the US Pakistan War Pact by Ajoy Ghosh, 1953.

266.

On Collective Functioning – 1953.

  • Editorials from the Journal;

  • For a Lasting Peace;



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