Farmers Are Leading India’s Biggest movement during a Generation

Farmers Are Leading India’s Biggest movement during a Generation

The three agricultural reform laws forced through Parliament during the pandemic lockdown provoked this wave of protest. Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) insists that those laws are necessary to modernize an archaic and outdated system of farm production. Farmers, however, rightly see the dismantling of regulations, price controls, and public procurement commitments as a threat […]

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Baishakhi, one Day with Many Metaphors, Celebrated by Farmers at Delhi’s Borders

Baishakhi, one Day with Many Metaphors, Celebrated by Farmers at Delhi’s Borders

New Delhi: a foreign voice from a loudspeaker kept emphasising that the month of April may be a challenging and historic month. “It is that this month when Jyotiba Phule, B R Ambedkar were born. it’s during this month the tenth Guru Gobind Singh founded Khalsa Panth and waged a struggle against superstition and caste […]

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Farmers’ protest: Singhu, Tikri border still remain closed

Farmers’ protest: Singhu, Tikri border still remain closed

Along the Delhi-UP border, one carriageway of the Ghazipur border is open for those travelling to Ghaziabad from Delhi, whilst farmers continued blocking the opposite road of the elevated highway.Tikri and Singhu, two important border roads between Delhi and Haryana, remained fully closed on Friday as farmers continued with their agitation against the three farm […]

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Delhi borders remain blocked as farmers’ protest continues

Delhi borders remain blocked as farmers’ protest continues

According to Delhi Traffic Police officials, vehicles entering Delhi from Ghaziabad are being diverted to alternate border routes like Anand Vihar, Surya Nagar, Apsara, Bhopra, Loni, Kondli, Chilla, New Ashok Nagar, DND, and Kalindi Kunj, so these routes may even see traffic congestionDelhi’s Singhu and Tikri borders still be blocked on Friday thanks to the […]

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Farmers Agitation: Pucca house to be built! new statement coming out

Farmers Agitation: Pucca house to be built! new statement coming out

New Delhi: a press release has emerged from Samyukt Kisan Morcha on the development of pucca houses along the Singhu and Tikri border within the capital . a gathering of 32 farmers unions in Punjab has decided that no permanent house should be constructed at the protest site. Several leaders of the United Kisan Morcha […]

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Eyeing Long-Haul, Farmers Build Brick Homes By Highway At Delhi Border

Eyeing Long-Haul, Farmers Build Brick Homes By Highway At Delhi Border

New Delhi: Eyeing end of the day , farmers protesting against three contentious agricultural laws since late November have now started constructing brick houses near Delhi’s border. After braving winter chills, facing internet curbs and other restrictions to confine movement – like barbed wires – over the last three months, demonstrators are prepared to accentuate […]

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Doctor Puts US Return On Hold, Treats Farmers For Free At Delhi Border

Doctor Puts US Return On Hold, Treats Farmers For Free At Delhi Border

New Delhi: Amid the continued farmer’s protest against the Central Agri laws at Delhi borders, American cardiologist Dr. Swaiman Singh has decided to place his return to New Jersey on hold and has been camping at the Tikri border for the past 3 months providing free checkup and medicine to protestors.The doctor runs the sole […]

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We're Going Strong: Farmer Leaders As Protest Enters 100th Day

We’re Going Strong: Farmer Leaders As Protest Enters the 100th Day

New Delhi: because the farmer agitation against the centre’s three farm laws enters its hundredth day on Saturday, union leaders have asserted that their movement is way from over and that they are “going strong”.The marathon movement has sent out a message of unity, made “farmers visible once again” and brought them back on the […]

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Six months on, farmers protest still going strong

Six months on, farmers protest still going strong

Farmers are protesting against the three farm laws for over six months now. The protests remain strong and united, but since the January 26 R-Day violence, a resentment between a neighborhood of leftists and Sikhs was noticed, which if not controlled, could create trouble within the end of the day . During the R-Day violence […]

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'Pagdi Sambhal Diwas' celebrated at Delhi borders

‘Pagdi Sambhal Diwas’ celebrated at Delhi borders

 New Delhi: Farmers organised the “Pagdi Sambhal Diwas” on Tuesday at the Delhi borders to register their opposition to the government’s three agricultural laws. Wearing colourful turbans, the agitating farmers at the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders, celebrated the day following a call by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha. The move is to assert the self-respect […]

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