Summer effect at Singhu: farmers start collecting milk from villages

Summer effect at Singhu: farmers start collecting milk from villages

With the summer at its peak, the supply of milk for consumption of protesting farmers has gone down. they need now resorted to collecting the foodstuff from other villages. Komaldeep Singh Cheema, a resident of Doaba, has been a neighborhood of the protest since the start . He said due to summers, the cattle are […]

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With AC, fridge, Singhu farmers dig in heels for Delhi summer

With AC, fridge, Singhu farmers dig in heels for Delhi summer

Indicating that they need no intention of vacating the protest site anytime soon, farmers at Singhu border have erected shelters — sheds with metal frames and bamboo huts — fitted with air-coolers or air-conditioners (ACs) to tackle Delhi’s searing summer. Even tractor trolleys, which became a well-known fixture at the border area, are fitted with air-coolers or ACs. There also are RO water filters […]

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Ready to hold talks with Centre but stand remains same: Farmer leaders

Ready to hold talks with Centre but stand remains same: Farmer leaders

Protesting farmer leaders on Wednesday reiterated that an entire repeal of three farm laws and legal guarantee on MSP are their main demands, after the govt said it had been able to resume talks and asked them to means their objections to the provisions of legislation. “Our main demands have always been the repeal of the three laws and a written guarantee on MSP. […]

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‘Pind California’: US doctor camps with India’s agitating farmers

‘Pind California’: US doctor camps with India’s agitating farmers

When Dr Swaiman Singh, a cardiologist based within the us , flew to India for a five-day visit last December, little did he know that his short sojourn would become a protracted mission to save lots of many lives. The 34-year-old doctor, who has been living in New Jersey for the past 24 years, put […]

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Farmers protesting in Haryana will return to Delhi to protest Centre's farm laws: Rakesh Tikait

Farmers protesting in Haryana will return to Delhi to protest Centre’s farm laws: Rakesh Tikait

Farmers, who are agitating in Tohana over the arrest of two farmers, will now head back to the capital to continue their protest against the Centre’s farm laws, Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait said. Tikait said that the demand of farmers to withdraw cases against the arrested farmers had been accepted after a gathering […]

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Farmers' protest: Won't leave Delhi borders at any cost, says Rakesh Tikait

Farmers’ protest: Won’t leave Delhi borders at any cost, says Rakesh Tikait

The government is conspiring to shift the farmers’ agitation from Delhi borders to Haryana’s Jind, alleged Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait on Thursday. He added that the farmers will now allow this “ploy” to succeed and continue their protests at the first site.“The Central government wants the agitation should shift from Delhi borders to Haryana’s Jind. […]

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Farmers' Body To Observe 'Sampoorna Kranti Diwas' On June 5

Farmers’ Body To Observe ‘Sampoorna Kranti Diwas’ On June 5

The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), a joint forum of farmer unions protesting the three farm laws, on Thursday said they’re going to observe Sampoorna Kranti Diwas on June 5 and burn copies of the farmer legislations outside the offices and houses of leaders of the BJP and its allies.“On June 5 last year, the three […]

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Centre Wants To Shift Farmers' Protests To Jind In Haryana: Rakesh Tikait

Centre Wants To Shift Farmers’ Protests To Jind In Haryana: Rakesh Tikait

Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait on Thursday alleged that the govt wants to shift the farmers’ agitation centre point from near Delhi borders to Haryana’s Jind, a “ploy” which can not be allowed to succeed.He said farmers won’t leave their protest sites on Delhi’s borders “at any cost”. “The Central government wants that agitation […]

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Won’t call off stir despite Covid surge, say farmer leaders

Far Away From Media Attention, Rural Punjab Keeps Farmers’ Protest Alive

Mohali: “Sannu saal ho chaleya, Modi da pit syapa kardey” (‘We’ve been crying against Modi for over a year now but we won’t stop’), exclaimed Gurpreet Kaur, a lady in her late thirties who is that the movement in-charge at Baras village in Patiala district. Her two children and her husband accompany her everywhere. “We […]

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Six months on, India’s protesting farmers are creating history

Six months on, India’s protesting farmers are creating history

It has been six months since farmers from across Punjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh rose in an epic and mostly peaceful struggle against three farm laws rushed through hastily in Parliament last autumn by the Modi government. As important as what they’re fighting for is how they need chosen to fight. The protest sites […]

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