Walmart's Flipkart acquisition: Over 100 trader organisations oppose deal, claim it could endanger jobs nationwide
The associations released an open statement highlighting Walmart-Flipkart deal's "multifaceted dangers" to the economy, and called for its nullification
Agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh on farmers protest: A few thousands are doing “unusual” things to attract media attention
Union agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh on Saturday said some farmers have been staging protests just for the sake of media attention.
The arrival of vegetables at various market committees and collection of milk in the district here were affected as a 10-day nationwide farmers' protest entered its second day on Saturday, said a senior functionary of one of the participating farm organisations.
Brahmins and Jat Sikhs lead campaign for Dalit land rights in Punjab amid milieu of deep-rooted caste prejudices
In Punjab, a significant section of the leadership of the campaign for Dalit land rights comes from Brahmins and Jat Sikhs – both considered high castes.
As many as 91 farmers from Buldhana district of Maharashtra have submitted a letter to the governor and SDO and sought permission for euthanasia.
Maharashtra farmers' protest: Remember the magnitude of their struggle, not the distress of their calloused feet
The image of nearly 40,000 farmers in Maharashtra walking a distance of nearly 200 kilometres to be heard by their government has become an enduring one.
Indubai was walking for the right to become a land owner rather than remain a land labourer, while Vimal was part of the protest to assert the farmers' fundamental right to food.
Maharashtra farmers call off stir; four protesters critical after 180-km-long march: Key developments
The march has been organised to protest the alleged failures of the BJP government on the farm front, demanding a complete and unconditional loan waiver, ensuring implementation of minimum support price and implementation of recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission and the Forest Rights Act 2006.
Maharashtra farmers' protest: Devendra Fadnavis says govt held talks with agitators before march; key farmer leader denies claims
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said that the government held discussions with farmers before they began their protest. But a key CPM leader claims otherwise.
Mumbai farmers protest updates: Central Railways to run 2 special trains as protesters decide to head home
Protesting farmers reached Mumbai's Azad Maidan by 5.10 am on Monday morning, after walking through the night. They will set out for the state Assembly later in the day.
Mumbai farmers protest: As protesters press on with their demands, citizens reach out to offer food, other assistance
Over 35,000 farmers from across Maharashtra, who embarked on a `Long March' from Nashik on 6 March to press their various demands, arrived in Mumbai on Monday.
Agitating Maharashtra farmers reach Azad Maidan after overnight march; to encircle Assembly building today
As protesting farmers in Maharashtra reach Mumbai, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has called a meeting of officials on Monday to address the issue.
A protest march by over 30,000 farmers against the failure of the BJP-led government to address agrarian distress entered Mumbai
Maharashtra farmers' march: RSS says government needs to change agrarian policy, find practical solutions
Farmers' problems should be understood sensitively and practical solutions found for them, the RSS said on Sunday.
A protest march by 30,000 farmers against the failure of the BJP-led government to address agrarian distress entered Mumbai on Saturday
The huge march by Maharashtra farmers and Adivasis will proceed to the KJ Somaiyya ground in Mumbai before heading towards the state Assembly on Monday
Madhya Pradesh bypolls: Jyotiraditya Scindia emerges as Congress' hope, as Shivraj misreads farmers' anger
The Kolaras and Mungaoli bypolls in Madhya Pradesh may have helped Congress find a young Turk in Guna MP Jyotiraditya Scindia, who spearheaded the party’s election campaign against BJP
NGT order drowns Jantar Mantar into eerie silence but protesters can't afford ill-equipped, costly Ramlila Maidan
In a city whose government came to power on the strength of its political activism, the key protest site is now barren of all its fury.
The Rajasthan government has announced a farm loan waiver of Rs 20,000 crore, following the 13-day long protest by farmers demanding crop loan waiver
The All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) on Monday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of uttering "hypocritical rhetoric" on the violence unleashed by cow vigilantes and accused him of "running with the hare and hunting with the hounds".