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Has the cpi become a dying party with dead idealogy ?

Asked by sanjib k. dash, 24 Aug '07 09:59 am
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Dear Sanjib ...... Ideology is not a problem ; the problem lies in its implementation. Today when world is coming closer you can isolate yourself from any country by terming it capitalist or socialist (as was prevalent during cold war). The need of the hour is to ensure maximum investment and ensuring the benefits of the economic boom is reaching to lowest level in the society ; thats where the communist ideology can come in handy.

This view has been understood by china but sadly communist are still firing their old gun ; thus at times harming india"s interest and helping china. They should realise this quickly otherwise 2-3% of total votes that they are getting will also fade away
Answered by prabhat pande, 24 Aug '07 10:35 am

 
  
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It seems so.
Answered by sumati gayki, 08 Oct '09 09:14 am

 
  
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It seems so.
Answered by Varinder Talwar, 24 Aug '07 10:03 am

 
  
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