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  • Farmers End March To Mumbai After Talks With Maharashtra Government

    Farmers End March To Mumbai After Talks With Maharashtra Government

    A leading farmers' organisation on Thursday announced suspension of its ongoing protest march from Nashik to Mumbai over agrarian concerns after talks with the Maharashtra government.

  • Night Without Food, Shelter For Protesting Maharashtra Farmers: 10 Points

    Night Without Food, Shelter For Protesting Maharashtra Farmers: 10 Points

    For the second time in a year, thousands of farmers are marching for their rights after talks with the Maharashtra government remained inconclusive last night. After spending the night without food and shelter over their heads at Nashik maidan, farmers this morning started their march. They will walk 180 km from Nashik to Mumbai on foot, protesting...

  • To Protest "Betrayal", 50,000 Maharashtra Farmers March To Mumbai Again

    To Protest "Betrayal", 50,000 Maharashtra Farmers March To Mumbai Again

    Over 50,000 farmers on Wednesday embarked on a 180-km march from Nashik to Mumbai for the second time in the last 12 months to protest against what they termed as the "betrayal" of peasants by the BJP governments at the state and centre. The Kisan Long March-2 -- expected to take over nine days to complete -- is being organised by the CPI(M)'s All ...

  • Farmers To Take Out Protest Nashik-Mumbai March From February 20

    Farmers To Take Out Protest Nashik-Mumbai March From February 20

    Accusing the government of not fulfilling the promises made last year, the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) Tuesday announced that the peasants' bodies would once again take out a long march from Nashik to Mumbai beginning February 20.

  • PM Modi's "Lollipop" Comment On Loan Waiver "Insensitive": Farmers' Body

    PM Modi's "Lollipop" Comment On Loan Waiver "Insensitive": Farmers' Body

    A farmers' body on Wednesday condemned Prime Minister Narendra Modi after he equated farm loan waivers allowed by the newly-formed Congress state governments to "lollipops". The All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) called PM Modi's comment "insensitive".

  • Land, Not Bullet Train: Voices From Maharashtra In Delhi's Kisan March

    Land, Not Bullet Train: Voices From Maharashtra In Delhi's Kisan March

    Among the thousands of farmers who descended in Delhi from across the country Thursday for the 'Kisan March' on agrarian crises, were also people from Maharashtra's Palghar town who wanted to save their land, which is likely to be acquired for the bullet train project.

  • Angry Farmers Plan Another Big Protest March, This Time In Delhi

    Angry Farmers Plan Another Big Protest March, This Time In Delhi

    Eight months after farmers from all over Maharashtra marched from Nashik to Mumbai, the All India Kisan Sabha, on Monday announced a similar march in November, but this time it will be in Delhi

  • Farmers Protest Over Land Acquisition Of Ratnagiri-Nagpur Highway

    Farmers Protest Over Land Acquisition Of Ratnagiri-Nagpur Highway

    Farmers affiliated to the All India Kisan Sabha from Satara and Sangli districts in Maharashtra Saturday protested against the state government's acquisition of land for the Ratnagiri-Nagpur Highway.

  • Adivasi Farmers Protest Over Land Acquisition For Bullet Train Project

    Adivasi Farmers Protest Over Land Acquisition For Bullet Train Project

    Tribal Adivasi farmers in Maharashtra's Dahanu, backed by the Left affiliated All India Kisan Sabha, protested against land acquisition for the bullet train project and the Mumbai-Vadodara super highway alleging that they are being forced to give up their land for these projects.

  • How Farmers Like Shobha Ghatmale Won Mumbai Over Today

    How Farmers Like Shobha Ghatmale Won Mumbai Over Today

    Among the thousands of farmers - an estimated fifty thousand according to police estimates - who have won the country's attention with their skilfully organised protest in Mumbai is Sudhakar Sontake.

  • 5 Demands Of Farmers Who Marched 180 Km To Mumbai

    5 Demands Of Farmers Who Marched 180 Km To Mumbai

    Farmers' fury has spilled onto the streets of Mumbai. Over 50, 000 distressed farmers lead by the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) marched 180 km, braving the heat, from Nashik to Mumbai, in five days. Angry farmers are demanding answers from the government over several long pending demands. Farmers say they will put their demands directly before the l...

  • How Mumbaikars Are Reaching Out To Protesting Farmers

    How Mumbaikars Are Reaching Out To Protesting Farmers

    As the protesting farmers entered Mumbai in the scorching heat, scores of Mumbaikars turned up to welcome them with refreshments at Mulund, Vikhroli and Ghatkopar. The farmers are upset with the government for not giving them a complete loan waiver, besides several other issues.

  • Maharashtra Farmers' March LIVE: "Stunning Example Of People's Power," Rahul Gandhi Hails Protest

    Maharashtra Farmers' March LIVE: "Stunning Example Of People's Power," Rahul Gandhi Hails Protest

    The roads leading to Mumbai turned into a sea of red as thousands of farmers marched around 180 kilometres - from Nashik to Mumbai - over the last six days. Tribals and farmers joined the protest in large numbers along the way, and according to the organisers, their numbers have increased from around 20,000 when they started six days ago to 50,000 ...

  • Thousands Of Farmers In Mumbai On Overnight March Before Showdown Today

    Thousands Of Farmers In Mumbai On Overnight March Before Showdown Today

    After walking with blistered feet for about 180 km in the blazing sun over the last six days, thousands of farmers from Maharashtra's Nashik district entered Mumbai on Sunday, turning the arterial roads of India's financial capital into a sea of red. Their numbers swelled from 35,000 to 50,000 over the day, the organisers said.

  • Walking 180 km, 35,000 Farmers Reach Mumbai For Debt Waiver, Fair Pay

    Walking 180 km, 35,000 Farmers Reach Mumbai For Debt Waiver, Fair Pay

    After walking with blistered feet for about 180 km in the blazing sun over the last five days, at least 35,000 farmers from Maharashtra's Nashik district have entered the capital city. They camped at the Thane-Mumbai border this morning before heading for the KJ Somaiya Ground in Sion.

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  • Farmers End March To Mumbai After Talks With Maharashtra Government

    Farmers End March To Mumbai After Talks With Maharashtra Government

    A leading farmers' organisation on Thursday announced suspension of its ongoing protest march from Nashik to Mumbai over agrarian concerns after talks with the Maharashtra government.

  • Night Without Food, Shelter For Protesting Maharashtra Farmers: 10 Points

    Night Without Food, Shelter For Protesting Maharashtra Farmers: 10 Points

    For the second time in a year, thousands of farmers are marching for their rights after talks with the Maharashtra government remained inconclusive last night. After spending the night without food and shelter over their heads at Nashik maidan, farmers this morning started their march. They will walk 180 km from Nashik to Mumbai on foot, protesting...

  • To Protest "Betrayal", 50,000 Maharashtra Farmers March To Mumbai Again

    To Protest "Betrayal", 50,000 Maharashtra Farmers March To Mumbai Again

    Over 50,000 farmers on Wednesday embarked on a 180-km march from Nashik to Mumbai for the second time in the last 12 months to protest against what they termed as the "betrayal" of peasants by the BJP governments at the state and centre. The Kisan Long March-2 -- expected to take over nine days to complete -- is being organised by the CPI(M)'s All ...

  • Farmers To Take Out Protest Nashik-Mumbai March From February 20

    Farmers To Take Out Protest Nashik-Mumbai March From February 20

    Accusing the government of not fulfilling the promises made last year, the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) Tuesday announced that the peasants' bodies would once again take out a long march from Nashik to Mumbai beginning February 20.

  • PM Modi's "Lollipop" Comment On Loan Waiver "Insensitive": Farmers' Body

    PM Modi's "Lollipop" Comment On Loan Waiver "Insensitive": Farmers' Body

    A farmers' body on Wednesday condemned Prime Minister Narendra Modi after he equated farm loan waivers allowed by the newly-formed Congress state governments to "lollipops". The All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) called PM Modi's comment "insensitive".

  • Land, Not Bullet Train: Voices From Maharashtra In Delhi's Kisan March

    Land, Not Bullet Train: Voices From Maharashtra In Delhi's Kisan March

    Among the thousands of farmers who descended in Delhi from across the country Thursday for the 'Kisan March' on agrarian crises, were also people from Maharashtra's Palghar town who wanted to save their land, which is likely to be acquired for the bullet train project.

  • Angry Farmers Plan Another Big Protest March, This Time In Delhi

    Angry Farmers Plan Another Big Protest March, This Time In Delhi

    Eight months after farmers from all over Maharashtra marched from Nashik to Mumbai, the All India Kisan Sabha, on Monday announced a similar march in November, but this time it will be in Delhi

  • Farmers Protest Over Land Acquisition Of Ratnagiri-Nagpur Highway

    Farmers Protest Over Land Acquisition Of Ratnagiri-Nagpur Highway

    Farmers affiliated to the All India Kisan Sabha from Satara and Sangli districts in Maharashtra Saturday protested against the state government's acquisition of land for the Ratnagiri-Nagpur Highway.

  • Adivasi Farmers Protest Over Land Acquisition For Bullet Train Project

    Adivasi Farmers Protest Over Land Acquisition For Bullet Train Project

    Tribal Adivasi farmers in Maharashtra's Dahanu, backed by the Left affiliated All India Kisan Sabha, protested against land acquisition for the bullet train project and the Mumbai-Vadodara super highway alleging that they are being forced to give up their land for these projects.

  • How Farmers Like Shobha Ghatmale Won Mumbai Over Today

    How Farmers Like Shobha Ghatmale Won Mumbai Over Today

    Among the thousands of farmers - an estimated fifty thousand according to police estimates - who have won the country's attention with their skilfully organised protest in Mumbai is Sudhakar Sontake.

  • 5 Demands Of Farmers Who Marched 180 Km To Mumbai

    5 Demands Of Farmers Who Marched 180 Km To Mumbai

    Farmers' fury has spilled onto the streets of Mumbai. Over 50, 000 distressed farmers lead by the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) marched 180 km, braving the heat, from Nashik to Mumbai, in five days. Angry farmers are demanding answers from the government over several long pending demands. Farmers say they will put their demands directly before the l...

  • How Mumbaikars Are Reaching Out To Protesting Farmers

    How Mumbaikars Are Reaching Out To Protesting Farmers

    As the protesting farmers entered Mumbai in the scorching heat, scores of Mumbaikars turned up to welcome them with refreshments at Mulund, Vikhroli and Ghatkopar. The farmers are upset with the government for not giving them a complete loan waiver, besides several other issues.

  • Maharashtra Farmers' March LIVE: "Stunning Example Of People's Power," Rahul Gandhi Hails Protest

    Maharashtra Farmers' March LIVE: "Stunning Example Of People's Power," Rahul Gandhi Hails Protest

    The roads leading to Mumbai turned into a sea of red as thousands of farmers marched around 180 kilometres - from Nashik to Mumbai - over the last six days. Tribals and farmers joined the protest in large numbers along the way, and according to the organisers, their numbers have increased from around 20,000 when they started six days ago to 50,000 ...

  • Thousands Of Farmers In Mumbai On Overnight March Before Showdown Today

    Thousands Of Farmers In Mumbai On Overnight March Before Showdown Today

    After walking with blistered feet for about 180 km in the blazing sun over the last six days, thousands of farmers from Maharashtra's Nashik district entered Mumbai on Sunday, turning the arterial roads of India's financial capital into a sea of red. Their numbers swelled from 35,000 to 50,000 over the day, the organisers said.

  • Walking 180 km, 35,000 Farmers Reach Mumbai For Debt Waiver, Fair Pay

    Walking 180 km, 35,000 Farmers Reach Mumbai For Debt Waiver, Fair Pay

    After walking with blistered feet for about 180 km in the blazing sun over the last five days, at least 35,000 farmers from Maharashtra's Nashik district have entered the capital city. They camped at the Thane-Mumbai border this morning before heading for the KJ Somaiya Ground in Sion.

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