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Internet cut in Delhi borders at protesting sites as Farmers surge

BJP led Modi Government in India blocked mobile internet services in several areas around New Delhi on Saturday as protesting farmers began a one-day hunger strike after a week of clashes with authorities that left one dead and hundreds injured. Angry at new agricultural laws that they say benefit large private food buyers at the Read More…

Agriculture BJP North India Protest

FIR against Journalists is to intimidate them from reporting free and fair : Editor Guild

Media bodies on Friday strongly condemned the filing of FIRs against senior editors and journalists for their reporting on the farmers’ tractor rally and the ensuing violence here on Republic Day, saying it was an attempt to “browbeat” and “intimidate” the media.   In a statement, the Editors Guild of India demanded that such FIRs Read More…

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In response to farmers protest out of 22 in Haryana 17 Districts Internet Cut

BJP led Haryana government has suspended mobile internet services in 17 districts till January 30 in view of the Farmers protest. As farmers are surging ahead in large numbers the suspension days may extended sources close to Government  Mobile internet services will be stopped in 14 districts–Ambala, Yamunanagar, Kurukshetra, Karnal, Kaithal, Panipat, Hisar, Jind, Rohtak, Read More…

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BJP lawmaker in UP has resigned in support of Farmers protest upset Modi Team

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA from the Meerapur Assembly seat in Muzaffarnagar, Avtar Singh Bhadana, has announced his resignation from the party protesting against the Centre’s stand on the three farm laws.   Meanwhile in an embarrassment for BJP top brass Bhadana, a former MP from Meerut and Faridabad, has been sulking off late and had Read More…

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Rakesh Tikait’s emotional speech turned deserted protest site to lakhs of roaring farmers in Uttar pradesh

The unexpected turn of events at the Ghazipur border protest site last night gave fresh hope to millions  of farmers protesting against the three farm laws all across the nation.  Son of legendary farm leader Mahendra Singh Tikait, Rakesh was down with fever when thousands of Uttar Pradesh Police personnel and CRPF jawans armed with Read More…

Agriculture Indian Subcontinent North India Protest

RSS men Deep Sidhu conspiracy at Red Fort hits tractor parade mission : Farmer Unions

Inside reports says  cracks began to appear in their ongoing agitation against the agri laws, farmer unions on Wednesday cancelled their planned march to Parliament on February 1 when the Budget would be presented. The decision by farmer unions came a day after massive violence due to police clash  during their tractor parade in the Read More…

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22 FIRs by Police post clash , farmers still continue protests

The Delhi Police has registered 22 FIRs so far in connection with the violence that broke out during the farmers’ tractor parade in the national capital   The protest turned in to violence after police where more than 200 farmers were injured and one killed and also leaving over 100 policemen injured, officials said on Read More…

Agriculture Indian Subcontinent North India Protest

Indian Farmers tractor marched in to History on Republic Day

Farmers were given police permission to hold the rally on the periphery of the city after a court battle.   The rally to be held over 60-odd-km stretches near the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders was expected to enter the city only after the traditional Republic Day parade ended around 11.30 am. However Thousands of Read More…

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Implications of Ageing Dams across Globe : Universities Experts Report

Worldwide, the huge volume of water stored behind large dams is estimated at 7,000 to 8,300 cubic kilometres, enough to cover about 80 per cent of Canada’s landmass under a metre of water.   In another 40 years  most people on Earth who lives downstream of tens of thousands of large dams built in the Read More…