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Lalkar is a London-based bi-monthly political magazine. The word ‘lalkar’ means ‘challenge’ in Punjabi and the expression ‘lal kar’ means ‘red work’.

Formerly the official journal of the Indian Workers' Association,[1] it is now an independent Marxist-Leninist journal edited by Harpal Brar, chairman of the Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist).

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Proletarian (magazine)


  1. ^ "Udham Singh's Last Words - Commemoration Rally in London". Utah University. 21 July 1996. Retrieved 8 June 2015.

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