India: Farmers' protests subside to new independent journalism

India: Farmers’ protests subside to new independent journalism

A small structure made from wood and sheets of tarpaulin sits within the middle of thousands of tractors and trolleys, stationed along the outskirts of latest Delhi by protesting farmers. The tent, which sits under a Delhi metro pillar, is the Shaheed Bhagat Singh library and therefore the headquarters of the Trolley Times, a grassroots […]

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Bharat bandh on March 26, farmers plan week-long protest on completion of 4 months of protest

Bharat bandh on March 26, farmers plan week-long protest on completion of 4 months of protest

The farmers’ agitation against the new Central farm laws is entering the 17th week. On the occasion of completion of 4 months of farmers’ protest at Delhi borders, Samyukta Kisan Morcha has called on Bharat bandh on March 26. March 26 marks the completion of 4 months of the protest at the Delhi borders, which […]

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Farmers able to Protest Till Modi Government Lasts: Farmer Leader

Farmers are able to continue protests on the borders of Delhi, against the three agricultural laws, for the remaining three and half years of the Narendra Modi government’s second term, said farmer leader Narendra Tikait. The protests can’t be “culled” he said. The farmers’ protest has been continuing for quite 100 days. Narendra Tikait doesn’t […]

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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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