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Mumbai: Amid protests by farmers in Delhi outskirts against three contentious farm laws passed by the parliament of India in September 2020, thousands of farmers from 21 districts of Maharashtra gathered at Nashik on Saturday and are marching to cover the 180 kilometres to state capital Mumbai, where they will hold a massive rally Monday at the city’s iconic Azad Maidan. The Rajya Sabha Member and Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar, whose party is…

Jammu: The Administrative Council (AC), which met on Friday under the chairmanship of Lieutenant Governor Jammu and Kashmir, Manoj Sinha, approved the adoption of Jammu and Kashmir Industrial Land Allotment Policy, 2021-30 to evolve a highly structured industrial land bank for promoting equitable industrial growth in JK. The spokesman said that new policy attempts to address various land-related issues impeding industrial development in JK by laying down a framework to regulate zoning of industrial areas,…

New Delhi: Amid the ongoing widespread protests by farmers mostly from Punjab against GoI’s new agriculture laws in Delhi and in its border areas, the farmer leaders have decided to continue their protest till their demands are met. In a press conference, the leaders said that the widespread protests will continue until their demands are fulfilled by the government of India. https://twitter.com/PTI_News/status/1333378113661591553?s=20 During the presser, one of the farmer leaders, Gurnam Singh Chadoni, said that…

The video was taken during a Pakistan Vs Afghanistan match on June 29, 2019, in UK New Delhi: Amid the widespread protests by farmers mostly from Punjab against the new agricultural laws, BJP’s National General Secretary and the party’s in-charge for Punjab and Uttarakhand, Dushyant Kumar Gautam, has said that “Pro-Khalistan and pro-Pakistan slogans were being raised during the farmers’ agitation and such elements will be arrested.” The Rajya Sabha MP claimed that the government…

New Delhi: Amid the widespread protests by farmers in Delhi against new agricultural laws, a 55-year-old man from Punjab, who had gone to Delhi border to express solidarity with the agitating farmers, died after the car in which he was sleeping caught fire on Saturday night near the Delhi-Haryana border. A tractor repairman by profession, a middle-aged man identified as Janak Raj, had gone to Delhi to voluntarily fix tractors that were being used by…