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1.

1970 Holds Promise of Still Bigger Victories: Avenge the Murder of Heroic Martyrs, etc…etc…, Liberation, Vol. 3, January, 1970.

96

A5

2.

Make 1970s the Decade of Liberation: Dawn of Victory of Indian Revolution, etc…etc…, Liberation, Vol. 3, February, 1970.

89

A5

3.

Party’s Tasks Among Workers, Methods of Work, President’s Rule – the Old Game:

Com. Charu Mazumdar’s Call: To the Working Class, to the Revolutionary Students and Youths, etc…etc…, Liberation, Vol. 3, March, 1970.



93

A5

4.

Chairman Mao Tse Tung’s Great Call to the World’s People: Programme of the CPI (M-L), Liberation, Vol. 3, Nos. 7-9, May-July, 1970.

130

A5

4A.

Lin Piaos Political Report (June), and

Red Political Power Emerges in Srikakulam (July), Liberation, Vol. 2, Nos. 8-9, June-July, 1969.


206

A5

5.

Rely Fully on Landless and Poor Peasants and Combat Revisionism: Communists should be the Advance Elements of the Proletariat, etc...etc..., Liberation, Vol. 3, No. 10, August, 1970.

73

A5

6.

March Onward, Day of Victory is Near: Avenge the Heroic Martyrs: Give Priority to the Task of Establishing the Peasants’ Political Power in the Countryside, etc…etc…, Liberation, Vol. 3 & 4, Sept.-Dec., 1970.

76

A5

6.A.

Manuscript Received from Calicut University. Documents are received from Kunnekkal Narayanan

  • Is Soviet Leadership get rid of Marxism – Leninism

  • Baba Gurumukh Singh (in Malayalam) 1965

  • Revolutionary Greetings by Indian Revolutionary Communist leader to the 9th Congress of the Chinese, 1969

  • Tamil Nadu ChenKodi Iyakkam (Tamil Nadu Red Flag Movement).

  • Some Correspondence with CPI Comrades, 1969

  • A few original manuscript (Malayalam)

  • Indonesian—Marxist-Leninists…

92

F/S-12

A4-5


A5-75

7.

“People of the world, Unite and defeat the US Aggressors and all their running dogs!” Liberation, Vol. 4, No. 3, January-March, 1971.


98

A4

8.

Some Points in Appraisal of the Present International Situation – One Year After the Party Congress, etc…etc…, Liberation, Vol. 4, No. 4, April-June, 1971.

106

A5

9.

Homage to Martyrs, Oppose War, Support Revolution on Struggle Between Two Lines in the Party etc. Liberation, Vol. 5, No. 1-2, 1971.

57

A4

10.

Report on Present Political Situation and Tasks before the Party (adopted by the CC) – Years of decline of US Imperialism etc., Liberation, Vol. 6, No. 3-4, Jan.-Feb., 1971.

58

A4

11.

Marx and His Historic Manifesto: May Day 1971 – Its Significance, etc., Liberation War, Vol. 1, No. 4, May, 1971.

67

A5

12.

Oppose Police repression Oppose Individual Terrorism: Once More Elections Once More Parliamentary Fraud, etc., Liberation War, Vol. 1, No. 6, July, 1971.


63

A5

13.

Hold Aloft the Banner of the Politics of the Working Class: Lenin on War and Peace, etc., Liberation War, Vol. I, No. 10, Nov., 1971.

64

A5

14.

CPI (M) Cadres Should Think Again: Ordeal of Bangla Desh People, etc., Liberation War, Vol. I, No. 11, Dec., 1971.

49

A5

15.

Report on Present Political Situation and Tasks before the Party (adopted by CC) Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Communist Party of China, Liberation, Vol. 6, No. 3-4, Jan.-Feb., 1972.

58

A5

16.

Greet the Victorious March of the Indo-Chinese People, etc., Liberation, Vol. 7, No. 5-7, March-May, 1972.

73

A5

17.

Smash Revisionist Onslaught Against the Party, etc., Liberation, Vol. 7-8, Nos. 8-12, June – Dec., 1972.

64

A5

18.

It is the People’s Interest that is the Party’s Interest – Charu Mazumdar…Naxalbari – The Second Phase, etc., Liberation, August 10, 1972.


122

A5

19.

Sanyasi Rebellion etc., Liberation War, Vol. 2, No. 1, January, 1972.

47

A5

20.

Introducing the Communist Oct. 4, 1939 – A New Statement of British Policy, etc., Liberation War, Vol. 2, No. 2, Feb., 1972.

50

A5

21.

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, March 10, 1972, etc., Liberation War, Vol. 3, No. 3, Feb., 1972.

52

A5

22.

Lok Yudha, Issue No. 1, February, 1972.

24

A5

23.

Lok Yudha, Issue No. 3, March, 1972.

56

A5

24.

Lok Yudha, Issue No. 2, April 22, 1972.

70

A5

25.

Lok Yudha, Issue No. (3), June-Sept., 1972.

80

A5

26.


Lok Yudha, Issue No. 3, September, 1972.

78

A5

27.

Lok Yudha, Issue No. 3, October-Nov., 1972.

47

A5

28.

Leninism or Social Imperialism: The Combating of TU Politics Brief Survey of the TU Movement in China.

People of the World Unite & Defeat the US Aggressors and all their Running Dogs, etc., Proletarian Path, No. 2, Sept. 1970.



90

A5

29.

Transform the War in Bangladesh into a Protracted Peoples War: On Nixon’s Visit to Socialist China, etc. Proletarian Path, July, 1971.

70

A5

30.

Lal Tarai – Anil Gupta, 24th May, 1970, Jan Kala Manch.

28

A5

31.

Lal Pataka, No. 4, July 1969.

50

A5

32.

Aviudaya, 9th March, 1929.

31

A4

33.


Editorial; Draft Political Resolution; Appeal to Revolutionary Comrades; Commune (in Hindi), June 1972—Revolutionary Communist Unit Centre (ML) Uttarkhand.

19

A4

34.

1951 Shaler Karmashusi Abong Tar Mulayan (The Programme for the Year 1951 and its Evaluation) (NB: On Post-Independence Situation) No author, Party Publisher, Source G.P. Singh, 1951. (In Bengali)

61

A5

35.

Indian Revolution in Line with Mao Thoughts, Naxalbari Ke Kisan Andolan ki Rajniti. (In Hindi)

23

A5

36.

Janta ki Fauj aur Aadhar Elaka Banane ke Kam Men Kood Pariya – Maovadi Communist Kendra ka Ahwan. (In Hindi)

7

A5

37.

Armed Peasant Revolution and Guerilla Struggle, Pub: Dakshina Desh (In Hindi)

29

A5

38.

March forward in Accordance with Experiences of the Revolutionary Peasants’ Movement of India – Charu Majumdar. (In Hindi)

12

A5

39.

Liquidate Revisionist Counter Revolutionary Direction in Party Building, From: Chinese News Agency. (In Hindi)


36

A5

40.

Report on the Peasant Movement in the Teri Region – Kanu Sanyal, Revolution Adopted at the Convention of Revolutionary Peasants, Oct. 24, 1968.

31

A5

41.

Armed Peasants’ Revolution and Realistic Literature, Ramdhani, 22nd May, 1970, Jan Kala Manch. (In Hindi)

40

A5

42.

Two Basic Documents of the Communist Centre, Third Edition, Sept. 1970. (In Hindi)

57

A5

43.

Adopted at the 8th Congress of CPI (M-L) – Political Organisational Report and Com. Charu Mazumdar’s Speech, May 1970. (In Hindi)

17

A5

44.

Political Organisational Report and Com. Charu Mazumdar’s Speech – Adopted at the 8th Congress of CPI (M-L). (Duplicate of the Above Sr. No. 43; In Hindi)

17

A5

45.

Same as above (duplicate)

17

A5

46.


Party Karya Krama CPI (M-L), 8th Congress, May 1970. (In Hindi)

17

A5

47.

‘Politics’ of Eastern Frontier Rifles by Ajit Roy, Marxist Review, January 1970.

12

A5

48.

Path of Indian Revolution by Nagi Reddy Group, 1972.

18

F/S

49.

The Street – Legal Naxalite Monthly in Malayalam, Vol. 1, Nos. 10 & 11, July 1973.

32

A4

50.

CPI (M-L) forms an All India “Coordination Committee” from “Deshabrati”, 23-11-1967. CPI National Council Meeting—New Delhi, Dec. 4 to 11, 1967, Information Document, Dec. 6, 1967.

2

A5

51.

Report on CPI (M-L) Delegation Meeting with Mao Tse Tung and Chou-En-Lai and Questions raised: October 1970. (In Hindi)

4

A5

52.

Chinese Communist Party’s Advice to CPI (M-L) of Bangladesh. People’s Cause, Vol. I, No. 7, January 1, 1973.


16

A4

53.

Defence & Release of Naxalite Prisoners – R.K. Garg, Committee for Defence and Release of Naxalite Prisoners, etc. Jan. 8, 1973.

20

A4

53.A.

Nagireddy’s Statement in the Court During the Trial (Policy Statement of His Group), December 1971.

259

A4

54.

Press Cuttings: Naxalites, 1971.

30

F/S

55.

Press Cuttings: Naxalites: New Responses, The Hindustan Times, May 30, 1971.

8

A5

56.

Press Cuttings: Jan. – June, 1972. Maoists to cooperate with Sheikh Mujib – Eleven Naxalites Jailed (Kerala) – Maoists in India and Bangladesh by A.G. Noorani, etc.

15

F/S- 5

A5- 10


57.

Press Cuttings: June-July, 1972.

Bihar Govt. to setup Tribunal to try Naxalites – Charu Majumdar Arrested from Calcutta hideout:


  • Naxalite Threat to West Bengal Minister


  • Naxalite CPM Coming Closer

  • Majumdar arrest spells end of naxalite group

  • Naxalite threat in Andhra

  • Shoot-at-sight order in West Bengal

  • Over 100 arrested in West Bengal to check Violence, etc.

32

F/S

58.

Press Cuttings: Jan-March, 1973. Naxalites ‘No Criminals’ – Defence and Release of Naxalite Prisoners by R.K. Garg, U.P. Free of Naxalites, Chandra Shekhar seeks release of Naxalites, Joblessness main cause of agitation, etc.

23

A5- 17

F/S- 6


59.

Press Cutting: March-May 1973. Naxalites Active in Tribal Areas near Durgapur, Kanu Sanyal moves Supreme Court, etc.

12

A5- 9

F/S- 3



60.

Press Cuttings (In Hindi) Hindustan, Feb. 15, 1973. Again Naxalites in Andhra Active.

1

A4

61.

On Naxalites – Report on Calcutta Presidency Jail, EPW, Vol. VIII, No. 51, Dec. 22, 1973.

8

A4

62.

CPC’s Criticism of CPI (M-L): Suggestions of the CPC on the Indian Revolutionary Movement – Appeared in Bengali Weekly, November 1970.


10

F/S

63.

(In Telugu) The Programme of the Revolutionary Communists and Tactics, [The Statement by Com. Devalapalli Venkateswara Rao in the Court, Hyderabad Session Judge] Read on 14-18, Dec. 1971. Pub: ‘Janasakti’

388

A5

64.

(In Telugu) The Girijans of Srikakulam: The Fight Against Feudal Elements [Statement given by Com. Ramalingachari in the Hyderabad Court] 21 and 22nd Dec. 1971. Pub. ‘Janasakti’

136

A5

65.

Lok Yudha, Issue No. 1, Jan. 1973. (In Hindi)

7

A3

66.

Resolutions: Adopted at the Public Meeting Held under the Auspices of the Association for the Protection of Democratic Rights (APDR), Calcutta, Jan. 28, 1973.

3

F/S

67.

(In Bengali) Demand for Democratic Liberties for Naxalites – Resolutions of Calcutta Public Meeting, Jan. 28, 1973.

3

A4

68.


(In Bengali) Memo to West Bengal Chief Minister from the Mothers, Sisters, Wives and Other Relatives, February 1973.

3

F/S

69.

Report from A.P. –

Fight for the release of Naxalite and other Communist Revolutionaries!

Fight Against the Encroachment of Civil Liberties!

Condemn the Repression of the Government!

Civil Liberties Committee, Hyderabad, 20th April, 1973.


12

A5

70.

Shri Uma Shankar Dikshit, Home Minister of India to Sh. Bhupesh Gupta, MP reg. Naxalites, April 6, 1973.

1

A4

71.

Committee for Defence and Release of Naxalite Prisoners – National Convention, New Delhi, 24th April, 1973.

8

F/S

72.

Andhra Pradesh Report to National Convention of Defence and Release of Naxalite Prisoners, P.R. Reddy, Hyderabad. April 20-21, 1973.

101

F/S

73.

(In Hindi) Association for the Protection of Democratic Rights – Declaration, 9th September, 1972.


3

A4

74.

Association for the Protection of Democratic Rights – Declaration – Issued on 9.9.1972 at a Press Conference, Calcutta. Pub: APDR

4

A4

75.

Some Specific cases of Torture on Political Prisoners – West Bengal Report, Circulated on behalf of the Association for the Protection of Democratic Rights, Calcutta.

10

F/S

76.

(In Hindi) The Silsila – A Fortnightly, CPI (M-L) From 15th February 1973 to 15th February 1974. 5 Nos. are missing: 15th July, 1973, 15th August, 1973, 1st October, 1973, 15th November, 1973, 1st January, 1974.

141

A4

77.

(In Hindi) Illegal – Long Live Railway strike, May 1974.

Illegal – On Railway Strike, May 1974 Distributed in Delhi by CPI (M-L).



5

A5

78.

(In Hindi) Gujrat ka Andolan, Mazdoor Samachar, April 1974. Printed and Distributed in Delhi.

6

A3- 4

A4- 2




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