The protesting farmer unions have accused the Union government of stubbornness and advised the Centre to shed its ego but they would do well to heed their own advice.
Centre calls farmers for talks at 3 pm today; PM accuses Opposition of spreading lies about new agri laws
The Ministry of Agriculture said that meeting with farmer leaders that had been originally scheduled for 3 December had been advanced to 1 December in view of 'the cold and COVID-19'
Haryana and Punjab farmers burn effigies of Narendra Modi, block roads to protest Centre's farm bills
Two MLAs from the JJP, part of the BJP-led ruling coalition in Haryana, also participated in protests, reflecting a rift in their ranks
Farmers in Haryana and Punjab have been protesting against three ordinances passed by the Union Cabinet, which former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda claimed 'seek to remove protection given to farmers'
Farmers plant unapproved GM cotton seeds against govt apathy over technology approval; what is the way out?
The protesting farmers are demanding access to technology that will save them the cost of manual weeding and achieve control over bollworms which have developed resistance to pesticides
Delhi smog: Don't blame the farmers for poor air! Stubble-farming is compulsion, not choice when no cheap options exist
It is easy to criticise why farmers burn stubble when it equally impacts their health but the major problem is with the small farmers who are at the receiving ends.
Kisan Kranti Yatra: Farmers' march turns violent at Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border, police use tear gas to disperse protesters
Farmers were stopped near UP-Delhi border and police used water cannons to disperse protesters after a few farmers broke the barricades.
Delhi farmers' protest: Prohibitory orders imposed in east, northeast parts of city as thousands march to National Capital
The city police Monday imposed prohibitory orders in east and northeast Delhi, anticipating law and order problems as thousands of Bhartiya Kisan Union members are on a march from Haridwar to reach the national capital Tuesday.
Daily bulletin: Modi govt marks Gandhi Jayanti as Swachhta Divas, Congress to launch Gaddi Choro Andolan; top stories for today
The 150th birth anniversary celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi will see a host of events today including a world sanitation convention, the Opposition's quit power movement, and a farmers' rally; top stories for today
Punjab's farmers say hike in MSP for paddy not enough to relieve debt, doesn't match Centre's promise
Farmers' organisations in Punjab on Wednesday claimed that the Rs 200 per quintal hike in the minimum support price (MSP) of paddy does not match the claims of the BJP government at the Centre, which had promised to increase it to 1.5 times the cost of production.
Seven farmers' outfits will block traffic in Punjab on Wednesday to press for their demand of complete farm debt waiver by the state government.
Farmers of Punjab on Tuesday dumped potatoes on a road in Mohali, demanding a remunerative price for their crop.
International Yoga Day: Preparations underway, security beefed up before Narendra Modi's event in Lucknow
Preparations are underway to host the third International Yoga Day event in Lucknow on 21 June in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead some 55,000 people in performing 'asanas'.
More than 100 people were booked by the police on Friday for allegedly blocking national highway at various places during farmers protest in Haryana.
Farmers' strike: Protesters block national highways, plan to perform 'shavasana' on International Yoga Day
Indian farmers have now resorted to blocking national highways to further shed light on their cause.
A 'kisan mahapanchayat' organised by the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) at Jantar Mantar on Thursday called for providing remunerative prices to farmers and the implementation of the Swaminathan Commission report.
Farmers in Punjab staged protests across the state demanding waiver of farm loans and implementation of the Swaminathan Commission report for fixing MSP
Farmers' outfit Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) will launch an indefinite demonstration in the national capital from 17 March next year over various demands including waiving off crop loans and implementation of Swaminathan Commission's recommendations.
Bhartiya Kisan Union threatened to launch a protest against "anti-people" policies of the central government on 30 September.
The delegation submitted a memorandum to the minister concerning various aspects of the bill, which the government claimed was arrived at after consulting more than 65 farmers' bodies.