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Rs 2 lakh for R-Day violence accused: Congress is welcome to self-destruct, but has no right to destroy the nation
India

Rs 2 lakh for R-Day violence accused: Congress is welcome to self-destruct, but has no right to destroy the nation

Anti-Modi hate cannot be allowed to become hate for Hindus or Sikhs, or an excuse for supporting break-India forces directly or indirectly

Centre engineered Republic Day violence in farmers' rally, says Naresh Tikait
India

Centre engineered Republic Day violence in farmers' rally, says Naresh Tikait

Tikait said that the farmers have been called terrorists, Khalistanis, members of tukde-tukde gang and parasites merely for opposing the policies of the government

Republic Day violence: Delhi High Court seeks state govt, police stand on plea for SIT probe into farmer's death
India

Republic Day violence: Delhi High Court seeks state govt, police stand on plea for SIT probe into farmer's death

The court also wanted to know their stand on the petition moved by the deceased Navreet Singh's grandfather who has claimed that the victim suffered gunshot injuries to his head

Republic Day violence: Delhi Police announces Rs 1 lakh reward for leads on actor Deep Sidhu, three others
India

Republic Day violence: Delhi Police announces Rs 1 lakh reward for leads on actor Deep Sidhu, three others

The police have also announced a reward of Rs 50,000 for any leads to catch Jagbir Singh, Buta Singh, Sukhdev Singh and Iqbal Singh for their alleged involvement in the violence

Republic Day violence: Delhi Police tells people not to believe 'rumours' about detention of farmer leaders
India

Republic Day violence: Delhi Police tells people not to believe 'rumours' about detention of farmer leaders

Delhi Police tweeted that social media posts claiming that many farmers are missing after the 26 Jan violence, and that the police is carrying out "illegal detentions" are false

Farmers' protests: Delhi Police detains freelance journalist Mandeep Punia at Singhu, claims he 'misbehaved' with cops
India

Farmers' protests: Delhi Police detains freelance journalist Mandeep Punia at Singhu, claims he 'misbehaved' with cops

The Delhi Police has filed cases against several journalists covering the two-month-long farmers' protest since the violence that broke out on Republic Day

Farmers' protest updates: UP govt tells Ghazipur protesters to clear site; 'ready to face bullets but sit-in will continue', says BKU
India

Farmers' protest updates: UP govt tells Ghazipur protesters to clear site; 'ready to face bullets but sit-in will continue', says BKU

A protest in the Baghpat district of Uttar Pradesh was also vacated on Wednesday. Farmers at Baghpat accused the police of using lathicharge to disperse the agitators, but the police said that the site was cleared after talks with the farmers

First person account: Red Fort protestors told me they won’t leave till govt hears them
India

First person account: Red Fort protestors told me they won’t leave till govt hears them

I saw Nishan Sahabs, the Indian tricolour, flags of anti-corruption activists, but no sign of Khalistan pennants

Time for mollycoddling over; protesters have crossed a line, state must take hard legal action
India

Time for mollycoddling over; protesters have crossed a line, state must take hard legal action

Tuesday’s violence also puncture the narrative that the farmers’ movement was ‘peaceful’, and in one stroke it laid bare the sinister plot. The anarchists were trying their best to provoke the state so that the state responds with force and the resultant casualties provide precious political oxygen to the ‘movement’.

Centre's farm laws, non-execution of Forest Rights Act insidiously linked, say Maharashtra's Adivasi farmers at Azad Maidan
India

Centre's farm laws, non-execution of Forest Rights Act insidiously linked, say Maharashtra's Adivasi farmers at Azad Maidan

Along with roadblocks caused due to lack of ownership of land, Adivasi farmers in Maharashtra also faced massive losses of crop due to excessive rains and floods in 2019 and 2020, for which they are yet to receive compensation

Farmers clash with cops at Red Fort: Rahul Gandhi says violence not a solution, calls for repeal of farm laws
India

Farmers clash with cops at Red Fort: Rahul Gandhi says violence not a solution, calls for repeal of farm laws

After violence broke out during the tractor parade by protesters, the Congress leader took to Twitter and said that if anyone gets hurt, the damage will be inflicted on the country

Satyamev Jayate to now release on 14 May in theares, announces John Abraham on Republic Day
Entertainment

Satyamev Jayate to now release on 14 May in theares, announces John Abraham on Republic Day

John Abraham, who will play a police officer in Satyameva Jayate 2, announced the film's release date with a new promotional still.

Republic Day 2021: Google doodle celebrates 72nd Republic Day with a 'Unity' doodle that showcases diversity
News & Analysis

Republic Day 2021: Google doodle celebrates 72nd Republic Day with a 'Unity' doodle that showcases diversity

The doodle portrays, people from various religious and cultural backgrounds, underlining the diversity of India.

President Ram Nath Kovind, in address on Republic Day eve, says armed forces 'adequately mobilised' to thwart bid
India

President Ram Nath Kovind, in address on Republic Day eve, says armed forces 'adequately mobilised' to thwart bid

The president's remarks come in the backdrop of India and China being locked in a nearly nine-month military standoff in eastern Ladakh

Shinzo Abe, late singer SP Balasubrahmanyam honoured with Padma Vibhushan; Gogoi, Paswan conferred Padma Bhushan
India

Shinzo Abe, late singer SP Balasubrahmanyam honoured with Padma Vibhushan; Gogoi, Paswan conferred Padma Bhushan

The president has approved the conferment of 119 Padma awards: seven Padma Vibhushan, 10 Padma Bhushan and 102 Padma Shri, the Union home ministry said on the eve of Republic Day

Farmers, Delhi Police gear up for Republic Day tractor rally; unions announce Parliament march on 1 Feb
India

Farmers, Delhi Police gear up for Republic Day tractor rally; unions announce Parliament march on 1 Feb

The farmers' tractor march is likely to begin at 11.30 am on Republic Day and is expected to end after 10 to 12 hours. Some tractors will also pay tribute to all the farmers who died during the course of this agitation

Republic Day 2021: Mouma Das, Sudha Singh among seven sportspersons honoured with Padma Shri
Sports

Republic Day 2021: Mouma Das, Sudha Singh among seven sportspersons honoured with Padma Shri

Mouma, who won the Arjuna Award in 2013, became only the second table tennis player after Achanta Sharath Kamal to win the Padma Shri. Sharath won the recognition in 2019.

Republic Day 2021: Delhi Metro services to be partially reduced; 4 stations near Rajpath to be shut
India

Republic Day 2021: Delhi Metro services to be partially reduced; 4 stations near Rajpath to be shut

Central Secretariat, Udyog Bhawan, Patel Chowk and Lok Kalyan Marg stations in Delhi will remain shut in the morning, while all parking lots will be closed today and tomorrow

Smaller crowds, no chief guest, no motorcycle stunts: What to expect from Republic Day 2021
India

Smaller crowds, no chief guest, no motorcycle stunts: What to expect from Republic Day 2021

For the first time in over five decades that India will not have a chief guest at Republic Day 2021 parade. The decision was taken after UK PM Boris Johnson's decided cancel his visit due to the spread of a mutant strain of the coronavirus in the UK

Happy Republic Day 2021: From importance to celebrations, all you need to know about 26 January
India

Happy Republic Day 2021: From importance to celebrations, all you need to know about 26 January

Republic Day is celebrated every year on 26 January to commemorate the day the Constitution of India came into effect