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Title: Interview of K. Vaidyanathan
Authors: Jha, Krishna
Rajimwale, Anil
Issue Date: 13-Mar-2005
Abstract: Interview and profile of K Vaidyanathan, leader, CITU, Tamil Nadu. Vaidyanathan joined the army during the Second World War and after the war, joined a school. In Pune, he used to visit Gandhi's prayer meetings, which helped him formulate his political ideas later. He was attracted towards communism in the 1946-48 period and joined commercial clerks' union in 1948. He was also active among textile workers. In late 1960s he finally joined the CPI-M and since then has been in the top state level leadership of CITU. Interviewed on March 15, 2005.
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