Pamphlets on indian communism 1912 onwards



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450.A.

Forward to a Non-Congress Democratic Government in Kerala, 8th Congress of CPI(M), Ideology Crisis, 1964.

450.B.

New Age Political Monthly of the CPI by P.C. Joshi, 1964.

451.

Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the CPI, Vol. 2, Greetings, CPI, 1964.

452.

Bhartiya Communist Party Ka Karyakram, Bombay, CPI, 1964.

453.

The Programme of the Communsit Party of India, 13-23, December, 1964.

454.

Communist Party of India Resolution: Adopted at the VIIth Congress, Oct. 31 to Nov. 7, 1964.

455.

Bhartiya Communist Party Ka Samvidhan, Bombay Congress, CPI, Dec. 1964.

456.

Rajnitik Prasatav (Political Resolution) 7th Congress, Bombay 13-23 December, 1964.

457.

Bhartiya Communist Party Ka Rajnitik Prastav – 7th Congress, Bombay, 13-23, December, CPI, 1964.

458.

Documents – Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the Communist Party of India, December, 1964.

459.

The Programme of the Communist Party of India – as adopted by the 7th Congress of the CPI, Bombay, 13-23 December, 1964.

460.

Speech by B.N. Monomarav at 7th Congress of CPI, News and Views from the Soviet Union, Vol. XXIII, NO. 83, Dec. 1964.

461.

Programme of the Communist Party of India – Adopted by the 7th Congress of CPI, Oct. 31 – No. 7, 1964.

462.

Programme of the Communist Party of India – Adopted by the 7th Congress of CPI, Calcutta, Oct. 31 – No. 7, 1964.

463.

The Programme of the Communist Party of India – as adopted by the 7th Congress of the CPI, Bombay, 13-23 December, 1964.

464.

The Programme of the Communist Party of India – as adopted by the 7th Congress of the CPI, 13-23 December, 1964.

465.

Resolutions and Decisions of the National Council of CPI, 7-17 June, 1964, CPUI, 1964.

466.

S.A. Dange and the National Archives – Muzaffar Ahmad Vanguard Publishers, 1964.

467.

Suviseshvum Communisavum (Reminiscences) George Kakkandadan, 9164. (Malayalam).

468.

Comrade Bhogale Zindabad by G. Pathkar, Jan. 1964.

469.

A Review of Communist Party Policy from 1947 – Mohan Kumaramangalam.

470.

Pilarop Engineryndayee? – Pavanan about the Split of CPI and its reasons etc. Travandrum, CPI, 1964. (Malayalam).

471.

Abhipraya Vathyasangalude Kathukritha by c. Achutha Menon, CPI, April 1964. (Malayalam).

472.

Karadu Paripadi, CPI, July 1964.

473.

Pakistan Ghure Alaam – Sukantala Sen, Caous Publication Ltd. 1964.

474.

Vivs 18th June Movement by Gerald Pereira, Goa State Committee, CPI(M), 1964.

474.A.

Note for the Programme of the CPI – EMS Namboodripad, Windsor Place, 1964.

475.

On the United Action – 8th Congress Committee, CPI(M), 1964.

476.

Tasks on Trade Union Front- Resolution of the CC, CPI(M), 1964.

477.

On Communal Problem – Comrade Shibdas Ghosh, Socialist Unity Centre of India, 1964.

478.

India’s Economic Crisis and its Solution by B.T. Ranadie, pph, 1964.

479.

CP Resolution – adopted at the 7th Congress, Oct. 31.-November 7, 1964.

480.

Constitution of the CPI – Adopted at the 7th Congress, Oct. 31-Nov. 7, 1964.

481.

Feet Ke Jimmendar Dange Aur unke Sathi (Crisis in the CPI, Dange and his Company Responsible for the split).

481.A.

EMS Collected Works, Vol. 30, 1962-1964.

481.B.

EMS Collected Works, Vol. 31, 1964 – 66.

482.

Communist Party’s Statements of Policy on Education – Adopted by the National Council of CPI, 31 July – 4 August, 1964.

483.

Dange unmasked – Repudiate the Revisionists, 1964.

484.

What Dange-Programme Reveals – A Real face of Revisionists – A Criticism by M. Basavapunniah, CPI, 1964.

485.

Fight Against Revisionism – Political-Organisational Report adopted at the 7th Congress of the CPI, 31 Oct. to 7th November 1964.

486.

Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the CPI, Vol. 3, Discussions, 13-23 December, 1964.

486.A.

National Council Meeting, Jan. to June 1964.

487.

Memorandum of theCommunist Party of India to Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, CPI, Feb. 9, 1965.

488.

Reply from Prison – P. Sundarayya & Others Members of the Polit Bureau of the CPI Detained without trial under the Defence of India Rules, CPI, 1965.

489.

Resolutions of the National Council of the CPI, 5-11, April, 1965.

490.

Bhartiya Shetkari Kamgar Prakash, Adhiveshan, 8th Congress of CPI, Bombay, 1965.

491.

Naktaya Ghara Ani Shiv ana by Umakant Mokashi, Bombay, Yeknath Bhabat, 1965.

492.

Bhartiya Shetkari Kamgar Prakash, Adhiveshan, 8th Congress of CPI, Bombay, 1965.

493.

7th Congress of the Comintern and India’s Struggle for Democracy and Freedom by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1965.

494.

Dwandwatmak Aur Yetihasik Bhautikvad (Disalectical and Historical Materialism) by J.v. Stalin.

495.

Dialectical Materialism, Materialism and Dialectical Methods – Maurice Cornforth, Vol. 1, 1965.

496.

Resolutions adopted by the Central Executive Committee of the CPI, 6 to 11 July 1965.

497.

Resolutions of the National Council of the Communist Party of India, 19-24 August 1965.

498.

Why this Food Crisis by Bhupesh Gupta, CPI, 1965.

499.

Resolutions adopted by the Central Executive Committee of CPI, 24-27 September 1965.

500.

Defence Democracy Secularism – Kashmir by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1965.

501.

Quit Commenwealth by Bhupesh Gupta, CPI, 1965.

502.

Far Self-Reliance in National Defence by Inderjit Gupta, CPI, 1965.

503.

Proceedings of the Left Parties Meetings –

  • First Meeting Sept. 16, 1965;

  • Second Meeting November, -4, 1965;

  • Third Meeting December 9-11, 1965.

504.

Oil and Self Reliance – Breaking the Grip of Foreign Monopolies by B. Mehta, CPI, 1965.

505.

Dialectical Materialism – the Theory of Knowledge by Maurice Cornforth, 1965.

506.

7th Congress of the Comintern and India’s Struggle for Democracy and S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1965.

507.

Bihar Man Sramdan Tufan ka Madte Charan: Bihar Sramdan Prapti Sanyojari Samiti Ka prativedan, 4th June, 1965.

508.

Our Statement on Imperialism and Indo-Pak War Speech by S.A. Dange, AITU, 1965.

509.

Anti-National Activities of Pre-Peking Communists and their Preparations for Subveraion and Violence, 1965.

510.

The Indian Communists – Abid Ali, Indian National Trade Union Congress, 1965.

510.A.

O. Yakoth – Dwandaatamak Bhotikvad Kya Hai, PPH, 1965.

510.B.

Dharmik Molyangal by K.D. Damodaran, 1965.

510.C.

To Step Bed-rule of Congress and for a firm Democratic Govt. in Kerala –

  • Quit Commonwealth

  • Memorandum of the CPI to Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri

  • Left or Right A Study of the Programme of Communist Marxist Parties

  • Election Review, 1965.

510.D.

Communist Role on Literary –

  • The Memorandum sent by Com. A.K.G. from Viyur Central Jail to the Kerala Consultative Committee

  • Who Destroyed Unity?

  • Election Manifesto of CPI

  • What is Muslim League, 1965.

510.E.

EMS Collected Works, Vol. 34, (Sept. 1962- Dec. 1965), Chinta, (Malayalam).

511.

The Tashkent Spirit: India’s Banner for Today Mankind’s New Chapter by Romesh Chandra, CPI, 1966.

511.A.

What do they want to Achives by this Cultural Revolutions in China by G. Adhikari, 1966.

512.

Selected Writings by B.T. Ranadive on Right Revisionism, Vol. II, 1966.

512.A.

8th Congress, Political Resolution – Congress and Planning, Communsit Party and Social Reolution, 1966. (Malayalam).

513.

Aspects of CPI Programme by Mohit Sen, Februrary, 1966.

513.A.

Resolutions Adopted by the National Council of the CPI, Hyderabad, June 9 to 15, 1966.

514.

National Verdict: Constitutional Dictatorship No. 1, Restore Citizen’s Fundamental Rights: Emergency Indefensible, CPI, 1966.

515.

President and Prime Minister Must Revoke Emergency – Restore Fundamental Rights, March, 1966.

516.

Bombay Textile General Strike by S.G. Sardesai, March, 1966.

517.

The Two Programmes – Marxist and Revisionist by B.T. Ranadive, CPI, December, 1966.

518.

India and the German Problem – A Case for Recognition of the GDR by Sarada Mitra, CPI, 1966.

519.

Settle with China, CPI, April, 1966.

520.

Resolutions Adopted by the National Council of the CPI, 7-15, 1965.

521.

The Present Political Situation – Resolution of the National Council of the CPI, 1966.

522.

Resolution adopted by the National Council of the CPI, 1966.

523.

Resolutions of the CentralCommittee of the CPI, June 12-19, 1966.

524.

Devaluation the Great Betrayal by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1966.

525.

A Dialogue with Marxist Communist Party, CPI, 1966.

526.

India’s Path to Socialism by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1966.

527.

What do they want to Achieve by this Cultural Revolution in China by G. Addhikari, CPI, 1966.

527.A.

The Devaluation Surrender by B.T. Ranadive, CPI, 1966.

527.B.

M.N. Govindan Nair’s Letter to Kerala Governor from Hunger Strike Bed, Kollan, 1966.

528.

Samajwad Ke Badto Charan (Marching for word steps of Socialism) by Sachidanand Sinha, 1966.

529.

Party Education Publication No. 2 – A Short History of Indian Communist Party by N.E. Balram, Kerala State Council Education Dept., 1966.

530.

The Programme Explained by EMS Namboodripad, CPI, 1966.

531.

What Really Happened in Kerala – The Story of the disruptive game played by Right Wing Communists, NBT, 1966.

531.A.

EMS Collected Works, Vol. 35, (June 1965 – Dec. 1966), Chinta, (Malayalam).

531.B.

EMS Colleted Works, Vol. 35, (1965 – 1966 December), Chinta (Malayalam)

531.C.

EMS Colleted Works, Vol. 36, (August 1966), Chinta (Malayalam).

531.D.

EMS Colleted Works, Vol. 37, (August 1966), Chinta (Malayalam).

531.E.

EMS Colleted Works, Vol. 38, (February, 1967), Chinta (Malayalam).

532.

Election Manifesto, CPI, 1966.

533.

Russian Revolution and India by N.E. Balaram, 1967.

534.

Karl Marxinay Patti (about Karl Marx) by Ramakrishna Pillai, Trivandrum, Prabhatham Printing & Pub. 1967.

535.

Independent Thought or Anti-Sevietism by N.E. Balaram (A Criticism of CPM Policy), Kerala State Council, 1967.

535.A.

Post Election and our Tasks – Resolutions adopted bythe National Council of the CPI, Calcutta, 23 april, 1967.

536.

Madurai Ideological Stand of the CPM – Resolution adopted by the CEC of the CPI, 1967.

536.A.

Election Manifesto of the CPI, 1967.

537.

Communist Today – 1 Remembering Marx by Hiren Mukherjee, CPI, 1967.

538.

Law and Order – Whose and for Whom? By S.A. Dange, speech in Parliament Delivered on 4th July, 1967.

539.

I was CIA Agent in India by John D. Smith, CPI, 1967.

539.A.

Independent Thinking or Soviet Opposition – Kerala Students Letter on their Rights by P. Marwell, 1967.

540.

Party Life – Inner-Party Journal of the Organisation Department, Vol. III, No. 12, December, 1967.

541.

Election Manifesto of the CPI, 1967.

542.

Yuva Samaj Ke Prati by Shivdas Ghosh, 1967.

543.

India under Congress Rule by EMS Namboodripad, 1967.

543.A.

Election Review and Party’s Tasks, 1967.

544.

India and the Russian Revolution by S.G. Sardesai, CPI, 1967.

545.

Review of Fourth General Election adopted by the NC of CPI, 1967.

546.

Bhartiya Shetkari Kamgar Paksha by Aamdar Udevrav Patil, dt. 26.6.1967.

547.

Shri Bal Takure Anni Tayyarchay Anndhate, CPI, Nov. 1967.

548.

Central Committee’s Draft for the Ideological Discussion adopted by the Central Committee of the CPI(M), 18-27, 1967.

549.

Chunav Samiksha Aur Party Ke Kam: (Election Review and Party Work) – Bharat Ki Communist Party Ki Kendriya Committee, Calcutta, 10-16 April, 1967.

550.

Taska on the Kisan Front – Resolution of the Central Committee, CPI(M), 1967.

550.A.

Kerala Students Letter of Rights by P. Matwell, Secretary, Kerala Students Federation, 1967. (Malayalam).

551.

Central Committee Resolutions adopted by the CC of the CPI(M), Aug. 18-27, 1967.

552.

Tasks on Party Organisation, CPI, 1967.

553.

Our Tasks on Party Organisation adopted by the CC of CPI(M) Calicut Session, Oct. 28 to Nov. 2, 1967.

554.

Why Communists? By S.G. Saradesai, 1967.

555.

Letter to Andhra Comrade: CPI(M), 1967.

556.

On Left Deviation – Resolution of the CC, CPI(M), Madurai, Aug. 18-27, 1967. and other Information Documents.



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