A minor boy died and his father was critically injured on Friday morning after a speeding truck hit them at Behala Chowrasta region, West Bengal, triggering massive protests by locals. RAF personnel in large numbers were deployed, and police baton-charged protesters and fired tear gas shells to bring the situation under control, they said. A few policemen, including Kolkata Police Joint CP (Traffic) Rupesh Kumar, suffered injuries, the… read-more
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After fresh talks with the district administration, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait declared to end their protest and lifted the blockade on the NH44 in Pipli. The Deputy Commissioner of Kurukshetra, Shantanu Sharma, confirmed the updates and assured reasonable price for the sunflower crop by the government. In addition, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar has promised to set up a processing unit for 20,000 tonnes of sunflower at… read-more
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Dozen students from Punjab who were victims of a fake admission scam have been protesting against deportation orders issued by the Canadian government. Nearly 700 students are in the radar of the Canadian authorities. These students have hit the roads in Canada against possible deportation over allegations of admission on “bogus offer letters”, a racket they claim has been spun by travel agents back home. The protest is underway.
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In the wrestler's protest development, the Wrestlers Federation of India (WFI) Chairman Brij Bhushan Sharab Singh reacted to the FIR registered against him. In an interview, Singh said, ""I am innocent and ready to face the investigation. I am ready to cooperate with the investigative agency. I have full faith in the judiciary and I respect the order of SC, " The FIR was registered after 7-day protest.
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Telangana BJP President Bandi Sanjay Kumar's arrest has turned into a high-voltage drama in the Telugu State of Telangana. Notably, the state police arrested Kumar, who called for a protest against the controversial Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) paper leak, leading to recruitment exam cancellation. After the midnight arrest operation, BJP workers staged a protest, demanding immediate release of Kumar and lashed out at the… read-more
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The BJP unit in Telangana called for a day-long "Maha Dharna" at Indira Park, Hyderabad. The protest was called by BJP Telangana President Bandi Sanjay Kumar on March 25, against the recent TSPSC Paper Leak matter. Sources confirmed that BJP announced extending support to 30 lakh students, who suffered due to exam paper leaks, which led to the cancellation of three recruitment exams. Meanehile, investigation in matter is underway.
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Assam CM Hemant Biswas highlighted that 16.80% is the rate of teenage pregnancy in the State. The rates are a major alarming concern, especially with the rising number of child marriage cases registered in the State. CM Biswas's statement comes at a time when the citizens of Assam are protesting against the arrest of those, involved in child marriage. "Our drive against child marriage is for public," said Biswas
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In Assam, the police is cracking down on the cases of child marriage cases, registered in the State. With over 4,074 cases of child marriages, the Assam Police continued their arrests for a third day in a row and arrested nearly 2,500 people for marrying minor girls or facilitating such marriages. Reacting to this, many citizens staged a protest against the State Police and demanded the release of those arrested.
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Protesting against the failure of the PM Narendra Modi-led Central Government, the K Chandrashekar Rao-led Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) decided to boycott the address of President Droupadi Murmu. On January 31, President Murmu will address the joint sitting of parliament, marking the beginning of the 2023-2024 Union Budget Session. "boycotting in protest against the failure of BJP-led NDA government at the Centre on all fronts of governance… read-more
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Hundreds of protesting displaced Kashmiri Pandit employees, who are seeking their relocation from the valley, blocked the Jammu-Akhnoor road. On October 15, they called for a protest against the latest targeted killing of their community member by terrorists in the valley. Puran Krishan Bhat was fired upon by terrorists near his residence in the Chowdhary Gund area of south Kashmir’s Shopian district this afternoon, resulting in his death. … read-more
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