Black Day News
Rakesh Tikait, BKU continue protest on waterlogged flyway at Delhi border; SAD to observe 'black day' on 17 Sept
'Now the protesting farmers have seen all three seasons (winter, summer and rains). The farmers are not going to get scared by anything now,' said BKU media incharge Dharmendra Malik
Farmers' stir: Protesters observe 'black day' to mark six months of agitation at Delhi borders against farm laws
SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal raised a black flag at his house in Muktsar district and urged the Central government to accept the demand of protesting farmers
Organisations representing Kashmiri Pandits observe 13 July as 'Black Day', hold demonstration in Jammu
Several organisations representing displaced Kashmiri Pandits observed 13 July as 'Black Day'.
Delhi doctors on strike for a day to express solidarity with protesting medicos in West Bengal; emergency services to stay open
Healthcare services at private and government hospitals in Delhi are likely to be affected on Friday with scores of doctors deciding to boycott work for a day to express solidarity with their protesting colleagues in Kolkata.
Protests erupt across Assam over Citizenship Amendment Bill; AASU, 30 other ethnic organisations observe 'Black Day'
Protests erupted across Assam on Monday, with some agitators stripping in public, over the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and tabling of the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) report on it in Parliament
Sabarimala protests: Hartal and violence in various parts of Kerala; BJP worker dies after being stabbed in Thrissur
Kerala witnessed widespread stone pelting, blocking of vehicles and incidents of violence and vandalism on Thursday as the Hindu outfits called for a dawn-to-dusk hartal in the state against the entry of two women of menstruating age into the Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala.
Kerala Sabarimala hartal updates: DGP says will probe whether attack on journalists was part of conspiracy
Kerala Sabarimala hartal today updates: DGP Loknath Behera on Thursday said the Kerala Police will investigate into the attacks on mediapersons across the state and probe if it was part of a conspiracy.
CPM newspaper shuts in Tripura: Party blames BJP, says over 200 staff now jobless
A 40-year-old CPM newspaper in Tripura, Daily Deshar Katha, has been ordered closed by the government on technical grounds.
43 years since Emergency: BJP to observe 'black day' to mark 'darkest period of Independent India'
To mark the 43rd anniversary of the Emergency imposed by erstwhile prime minister Indira Gandhi in 1975, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will observe a 'black day' on Tuesday.
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi terms Peshawar school attack a 'black day' in Pakistan's history, vows to eliminate militancy
Pakistan on Saturday observed the third anniversary of Peshawar school massacre in which at least 150 people, mostly students, were killed with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi terming it a "black day".
Demonetisation anniversary: Opposition observes ‘black day’, stages protests across India
Opposition parties on Wednesday called for street protests to mark the first anniversary of demonetisation, which they observed it as the day of protest
Narendra Modi invited Karunanidhi to his Delhi home for treatment, says MK Stalin
The DMK on Wednesday said no politics was involved in Prime Minister Narendra Modi meeting the party's ailing patriarch M Karunandihi, and said the former had invited the nonagenarian leader to Delhi for treatment.
After Manmohan Singh criticises demonetisation, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi says Congress forcing former PM to speak against note ban
Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Wednesday launched an attack on the Congress, alleging that it was forcing former prime minister Manmohan Singh by putting words into his mouth on the demonetisation issue.
Amit Shah, Ravi Shankar Prasad take potshot at Rahul Gandhi over tweet with 'face of demonetisation' Nand Lal's image
BJP chief Amit Shah on Wednesday took on Rahul Gandhi, who tweeted a picture of an anguished ex-serviceman to pan demonetisation, saying people will no longer be misled by such falsity and cited the former soldier's remarks to media supporting the note ban decision.
Prakash Javadekar calls demonetisation 'war of two political cultures', claims Congress stands for corruption
Hitting out at the Congress over its protest against demonetisation, Union minister Prakash Javadekar on Wednesday accused the party of "institutionalising" corruption.
Demonetisation anniversary highlights: Congress observes black day; Rahul Gandhi calls note ban a 'tragedy'
Demonetisation anniversary is turning out to be fierce war of words between the Opposition parties and the ruling NDA
Nirmala Sitharaman slams Opposition protests on demonetisation anniversary, says Manmohan Singh turned blind eye to corruption
Union defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday wondered if the Opposition parties are in favour of black money as they are observing the first anniversary of demonetisation as a black day.
P Chidambaram says jobs, lives lost due to demonetisation; asks govt to release RBI board's agenda
Attacking the Narendra Modi govt, P Chidambaram said millions of people "suffered" and no one can deny that lives and jobs were lost due to demonetisation
Demonetisation anniversary: Congress theme for note ban protests on 8 November to be 'India suffers'
Congress said demonetisation failed to stem terror attacks and insurgency as there were 23 more attacks in Kashmir after the announcement. It didn't tackle the counterfeit problem, given only 0.0013 per cent of the notes returned were fake.
Mamata Banerjee calls demonetisation 'devil act', says Trinamool Congress will observe 'Black Day'
Mamata Banerjee changed the display picture of her Twitter account to black on Monday in a staunch protest against demonetisation