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  • Delhi District Court Lawyers To Strike Against Alleged Misconduct Of Judges

    Delhi District Court Lawyers To Strike Against Alleged Misconduct Of Judges

    The lawyers of all six district courts in Delhi will go on a day-long strike today to protest against the alleged misconduct of some judges.

  • East Delhi Civic Body Strike: Sanitation Workers Protest Outside Mayor's House

    East Delhi Civic Body Strike: Sanitation Workers Protest Outside Mayor's House

    Garbage and civic problems seem to be mounting for the residents of east Delhi ahead of Diwali as the indefinite strike by a large section of municipal sanitation workers of the area entered its second day today.

  • Truckers Body Claims Rs 2000 Crore Loss To Sector On Day 1 Of Strike

    Truckers Body Claims Rs 2000 Crore Loss To Sector On Day 1 Of Strike

    The first day of the truckers strike has hit supplies pan India and caused a loss of Rs 2,000 crore to the sector, transporters body AIMTC said today.

  • Amit Shah To Lead BJP's Jan Raksha Yatra In Delhi On Sunday

    Amit Shah To Lead BJP's Jan Raksha Yatra In Delhi On Sunday

    To protest against the atrocities against and killings of RSS and BJP workers in Kerala, JP President Amit Shah will lead the Jan Raksha Yatra in New Delhi on Sunday.

  • No More Protests At Delhi's Jantar Mantar, Too Noisy: Green Court

    No More Protests At Delhi's Jantar Mantar, Too Noisy: Green Court

    Protests will not be allowed at Jantar Mantar any longer because they lead to noise pollution for people living in the vicinity, the National Green Tribunal ruled on Thursday, ordering the government to immediately evict the protesters from the zone near the historical monument in Lutyens' Delhi.

  • No More Protests At Delhi's Jantar Mantar, Orders Green Court

    No More Protests At Delhi's Jantar Mantar, Orders Green Court

    The National Green Tribunal today directed the Delhi government to immediately stop all protests at the Jantar Mantar area in the national capital. It also instructed the New Delhi Municipal Council to remove all temporary structures, loud speakers and public address systems from the stretch of the road situated near Connaught Place.

  • In Delhi, Army Of 800 Women Come Around To Say 'Your Power Bill Is Due'

    In Delhi, Army Of 800 Women Come Around To Say 'Your Power Bill Is Due'

    India's power companies have a problem largely responsible for $10 billion a year in losses. Slum dwellers steal electricity and refuse to pay their bills. But company officials often can't go in without being chased by mobs-and sometimes beaten, tied up, urinated on, even murdered.

  • Journalists Protest Violence, Demand Report On Probes From Rajnath Singh

    Journalists Protest Violence, Demand Report On Probes From Rajnath Singh

    Journalists gathered at the Press Club of India in New Delhi today to protest the recent spate of violence against mediapersons. Reporters and editors from across media channels and newspapers demanded a status report on all pending cases from Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

  • Teachers Court Arrest To Mark 'Anti-Student, Anti-Teacher Government Policies'

    Teachers Court Arrest To Mark 'Anti-Student, Anti-Teacher Government Policies'

    More than five thousand teachers from Central and State Universities and Colleges across the country converged in Delhi today to celebrate Teachers' Day in a unique way - by courting Arrest under the banner of AIFUCTO and FEDCUTA.

  • Siddaramaiah Cracks Down On BJP's Mangaluru Chalo Rally: 10 Facts

    Siddaramaiah Cracks Down On BJP's <i>Mangaluru Chalo</i> Rally: 10 Facts

    More than 1,900 BJP workers were detained by Karnataka police today after they started a bike rally from Bangaluru to for Mangaluru despite being effused permission. The Mangaluru Chalo rally, the BJP said, was meant to draw attention to killings of right-wing workers in communally sensitive areas. The ruling Congress says the rally would raise com...

  • In Arvind Kejriwal vs Lieutenant Governor, A 7-Hour Protest By Over 40 Lawmakers

    In Arvind Kejriwal vs Lieutenant Governor, A 7-Hour Protest By Over 40 Lawmakers

    In another big confrontation Aam Aadmi Party legislators camped at Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal's house, asking him to sign off on files including one that okays the construction of Mohalla Clinics, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's pet healthcare project for Delhi. They left in the evening after spending over seven hours there.

  • For Tamil Nadu Farmers Protesting In Delhi, Daily Langar From Gurdwara

    For Tamil Nadu Farmers Protesting In Delhi, Daily <i>Langar</i> From Gurdwara

    Farmers from Tamil Nadu protesting at Jantar Mantar have found an unusual ally. Having no link with the protest, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has opened their kitchen to the farmers who have been in Delhi's Jantar Mantar for over three months demanding loan waiver and drought-relief package.

  • Delhi Metro Staff Agitation On, Likely To Escalate On Monday

    Delhi Metro Staff Agitation On, Likely To Escalate On Monday

    The Delhi Metro's non-executive staff today threatened to bring train services to a halt from Monday if their demands, including a pay hike, were not met.

  • Tamil Nadu Farmers Beat Themselves To Protest MLAs' Salary Hike

    Tamil Nadu Farmers Beat Themselves To Protest MLAs' Salary Hike

    Tamil Nadu farmers rallying in New Delhi to demand loan waiver and drought relief package on Thursday beat themselves with flip-flops to protest the almost two-fold salary hikes state legislators have given themselves.

  • Tamil Nadu Lawmakers Get 100% Hike As State's Farmers Protest In Delhi

    Tamil Nadu Lawmakers Get 100% Hike As State's Farmers Protest In Delhi

    Five months after taking over as Chief Minister, E Palaniswami has doubled the salary of the Tamil Nadu's 234 legislators. The hike - under which the legislators will get more than Rs 1 lakh from the current Rs 55,000 -- comes amid a stark agrarian crisis in the state. Over the last six months at least 19 farmers have committed suicide, many of the...

  • 'Rain Or Sun, Agitation Won't Stop': Tamil Nadu Farmers Return To Delhi

    'Rain Or Sun, Agitation Won't Stop': Tamil Nadu Farmers Return To Delhi

    After their 41-day protest in the national capital earlier this year, distressed farmers from Tamil Nadu returned to Jantar Mantar with skulls and bones to resume their agitation for a loan waiver and drought-relief package. The government's promises remain unfulfilled, they claim. But this time, they say, they are more determined than ever.

  • Hundreds Attack Noida Housing Complex, Say Domestic Help Held Captive

    Hundreds Attack Noida Housing Complex, Say Domestic Help Held Captive

    Hundreds of angry villagers threw stones outside a housing society in Noida near Delhi this morning alleging that a young woman employed as domestic help in one of the apartments was held captive overnight and beaten up by her employers because they suspected her of stealing money.

  • Protest For Separate Gorkhaland Reaches Delhi

    Protest For Separate Gorkhaland Reaches Delhi

    With a 110-metre long national flag, Gorkhaland supporters today marched in the national capital to reinforce their demand for a separate state and the immediate imposition of President's Rule in West Bengal. Protestors belonging to the Gorkha Sanyukt Sangharsh Samiti (GSSS) here demanded the Centre's intervention in removing paramilitary forces wi...

  • At Heart Of India-China Standoff, A Road Being Built: 10 Points

    At Heart Of India-China Standoff, A Road Being Built: 10 Points

    Army Chief General Bipin Rawat is in Sikkim today amid a standoff between Indian troops and the Chinese army along the border in the sensitive sector. At the heart of the dispute is a road being built by China in Doklam, where it has a territorial dispute with Bhutan. Beijing on Wednesday virtually accused India of having a "hidden agenda" hinting ...

  • Law Aspirants Protest Delhi University's LLB Seat Cuts

    Law Aspirants Protest Delhi University's LLB Seat Cuts

    A group of law aspirants and AISA activists yesterday staged a protest at Delhi University's North Campus here against the seat cuts in its LLB course.

  • Tamil Nadu Farmers To Renew Protest At Jantar Mantar In July

    Tamil Nadu Farmers To Renew Protest At Jantar Mantar In July

    A group of Tamil Nadu farmers who got the nation's attention with their unique way of protest at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi are planning to restart their agitation, albeit on a larger scale, this July.

  • DUTA Candle-Light Vigil To Protest Against 'Assault On Higher Education'

    DUTA Candle-Light Vigil To Protest Against 'Assault On Higher Education'

    The teachers protested against the University Grants Commission (UGC)'s move to categorise Universities on the basis of NAAC & NIRF ranking and grant Graded Autonomy.

  • Tamil Nadu Farmers Call Off Protest After Chief Minister's Assurance

    Tamil Nadu Farmers Call Off Protest After Chief Minister's Assurance

    A group of farmers in Tamil Nadu, who resumed their protest yesterday after ending their over a month-long stir in New Delhi to press their demands, today temporarily called off the protest following assurance from Chief Minister K Palaniswami that their demands would be met.

  • Tamil Nadu Farmers Start 'Indefinite Protest'

    Tamil Nadu Farmers Start 'Indefinite Protest'

    Close on the heels of protests by farmers in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, a group of cultivators led by P Ayyakannu, who had spearheaded a 40-day stir in New Delhi, today launched an "indefinite" protest here pressing for their demands including a comprehensive drought relief package.

  • Delhi University Teachers Protest Near Vice Chancellor's Office Against 'Delay' In Confirmation Letters

    Delhi University Teachers Protest Near Vice Chancellor's Office Against 'Delay' In Confirmation Letters

    Delhi University teachers today staged a demonstration near the Vice-Chancellor's office against "delay" in confirmation letters to them even after completing probation of 12 months.

  • Thousands Gather At Jantar Mantar To Protest Saharanpur Violence

    Thousands Gather At Jantar Mantar To Protest Saharanpur Violence

    Thousands of dalit rights activists, led by Bhim Army, today gathered at the Jantar Mantar to raise their voice against the caste-based violence in Saharanpur city of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Homebuyers' Protest In Noida Blocks Traffic, Kills 7-Year-Old In Ambulance

    Homebuyers' Protest In Noida Blocks Traffic, Kills 7-Year-Old In Ambulance

    A seven-year-old boy on his way to hospital died after the ambulance he was in got stuck in a blockade in Noida, near Delhi. Luv Kush was suffering from high fever and was on way to Delhi's premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences. But on his way AIIMS from his home in Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh, the ambulance got caught in a 10-km jam trigger...

  • Shirtless Protest By Lalu Yadav's Partymen At BJP Office Day After Raids

    Shirtless Protest By Lalu Yadav's Partymen At BJP Office Day After Raids

    A day after the Income Tax department alleged that Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad was the beneficiary of 1,000 crores worth of proxy land deals, and conducted searches at nearly 22 locations in Delhi and Gurgaon, Mr Yadav's supporters and RJD workers attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) office in Patna. Topless RJD workers were s...

  • After A Quick End To A Fast, Fresh Duel Between AAP And Sacked Minister

    After A Quick End To A Fast, Fresh Duel Between AAP And Sacked Minister

    A lawmaker from Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party, Sanjeev Jha made an unsuccessful attempt to go on a hunger strike on Saturday to counter sacked minister Kapil Mishra's fast in Delhi but was hauled off to the police station before he could begin, triggering a fresh bout of verbal duel between the party and the former minister.

  • Police Detains AAP MLA Sanjeev Jha Ahead Of Protest Fast Outside Kapil Mishra's Residence

    Police Detains AAP MLA Sanjeev Jha Ahead Of Protest Fast Outside Kapil Mishra's Residence

    Delhi Police on Saturday detained Aap Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Sanjeev Jha for trying to "break public peace" after he tried to hold a counter hunger strike outside the house of sacked minister Kapil Mishra, who is sitting on indefinite fast to protest corruption in the ruling AAP.

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