Singhu Border


'Singhu Border' - 68 News Result(s)

  • "Will Go To Singhu, Sit With Farmers": Activist Nodeep Kaur Out Of Jail

    "Will Go To Singhu, Sit With Farmers": Activist Nodeep Kaur Out Of Jail

    Nodeep Kaur, the 23-year-old labour rights activist who was released on bail on Friday following global outrage, told NDTV that she will visit the Singhu border near Delhi where farmers have been protesting against the centre's agricultural laws for three months and join the demonstration.

  • Proof That Protest Not Limited To Punjab, Haryana: Farmers On "Rail Roko''

    Proof That Protest Not Limited To Punjab, Haryana: Farmers On "<i>Rail Roko</i>''

    With farmers on Thursday blocking railway tracks across the country, at stations big and small, protesters at Singhu said it proves that the agitation is not just limited to Punjab and Haryana.

  • Crowds Thin Out At Delhi Borders As Farmers Plan New Strategy

    Crowds Thin Out At Delhi Borders As Farmers Plan New Strategy

    The crowd of farmers is thinning around Delhi borders at Ghazipur and Singhu as the protest against the Centre's new farm laws entered its 83rd day with no breakthrough in sight. Many of the farmers are on their way back to the villages. From the thousands camping at the protest site barely a month ago, only half the number remain.

  • Farmers Improve Facilities, Brace For Prolonged Protest At Singhu Border

    Farmers Improve Facilities, Brace For Prolonged Protest At Singhu Border

    Installation of CCTV cameras for enhanced security, electric fans to beat the heat in the coming months and even a separate optical fibre line for wifi facility in case there is another internet shutdown at the protest site. These are some of the measures taken by the agitating farmers at the Singhu border to prepare for a long haul as a resolution...

  • Massage Centre At Delhi Singhu Border To Keep Farmers Protest Going

    Massage Centre At Delhi Singhu Border To Keep Farmers Protest Going

    The growing complaints of sore feet, stiff back or pain around the kneecap among the protesting farmers -- especially the older ones -- have led to opening of a makeshift massage centre at Singhu Border.

  • Makeshift School By Farmers' At Delhi's Singhu Border Resumes After 2-Week

    Makeshift School By Farmers' At Delhi's Singhu Border Resumes After 2-Week

    A makeshift ''informal'' school at Delhi's Singhu border, where farmers have been protesting the new agri laws, has resumed after a two-week break with lesser children, owing to the tense situation following the tractor parade violence on Republic Day.

  • In Randeep Hooda's Mic Drop Post - Kangana As "Mashoor Film Star Rehana"

    In Randeep Hooda's Mic Drop Post - Kangana As "<i>Mashoor</i> Film Star Rehana"

    As Kangana Ranaut launched a scathing attack on international pop star Rihanna for a Twitter post about the farmers protest at Singhu border in Delhi, her Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai co-star Randeep Hooda could not resist sharing a clip from the 2010 film. In the film, Kangana Ranaut essayed the role of a Bollywood actress named Rehana Shergill.

  • "Wrote Notes On Legs In Jail For Report": Journalist Mandeep Punia

    "Wrote Notes On Legs In Jail For Report": Journalist Mandeep Punia

    Journalist Mandeep Punia, whose arrest last week at the Singhu border -- the epicentre of the farmers' protests outside Delhi -- sparked outrage, says he scribbled notes on his legs in Tihar Jail so he could file his reports. The freelance journalist was freed on bail by a Delhi court on Tuesday.

  • Watch: More Barbed Wire Fences, Spikes On Roads At Singhu Protest Site

    Watch: More Barbed Wire Fences, Spikes On Roads At Singhu Protest Site

    Days after barbed wire fences and concrete barricades were put in place at Ghazipur on the Delhi-UP border - to virtually imprison farmers protesting the agriculture laws - similar measures are being rolled out at Singhu on the Delhi-Haryana border

  • Journalist Mandeep Punia, Arrested From Farmers' Protest Site, Gets Bail

    Journalist Mandeep Punia, Arrested From Farmers' Protest Site, Gets Bail

    A Delhi court today granted bail to freelance journalist Mandeep Punia who was arrested on Sunday from the Singhu border point between the city and Haryana where a huge number of farmers have been protesting for months.

  • "And January 26 Violence?" Police Defend Barricading At Farmers' Protest

    "And January 26 Violence?" Police Defend Barricading At Farmers' Protest

    Multiple barricades have been set up and barbed wire fence installations can be seen at the protest sites near Delhi's borders with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh as farmers continue their sit-in against the centre's three agricultural laws .

  • Kurukshetra University Exam Postponed "Till Further Notice" Over Internet Ban

    Kurukshetra University Exam Postponed "Till Further Notice" Over Internet Ban

    The year-end exams of Kurukshetra University - the largest and most acclaimed in Haryana -- have been postponed amid continued suspension of internet services in parts of the state over "law and order" situation amid farmers' protest.

  • "Build Bridges, Not Walls": Rahul Gandhi's Swipe At Centre, With Pics

    "Build Bridges, Not Walls": Rahul Gandhi's Swipe At Centre, With Pics

    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today shared pictures of barricades and concertina wires placed near farmer protest sites at border joints near Delhi with a four-word message to the government - "build bridges, not walls".

  • Delhi Court Order On Bail Of Journalist Arrested From Farmers' Protest Tomorrow

    Delhi Court Order On Bail Of Journalist Arrested From Farmers' Protest Tomorrow

    A Delhi court will pass order tomorrow on the bail application of freelance journalist Mandeep Punia who was arrested by the Delhi Police from the Singhu border protest site where farmers are agitating against the three agri laws passed by the Centre.

  • Internet Suspended For 2 Days At Delhi's Borders Amid Farmers' Protest

    Internet Suspended For 2 Days At Delhi's Borders Amid Farmers' Protest

    Internet services in the Delhi border areas of Singhu, Ghazipur and Tikri - epicenters of the farmers' weeks-long protest against the centre's agriculture laws - will be suspended from 11 pm for a period of 24 hours, the Union Home Ministry has said.

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'Singhu Border' - 68 News Result(s)

  • "Will Go To Singhu, Sit With Farmers": Activist Nodeep Kaur Out Of Jail

    "Will Go To Singhu, Sit With Farmers": Activist Nodeep Kaur Out Of Jail

    Nodeep Kaur, the 23-year-old labour rights activist who was released on bail on Friday following global outrage, told NDTV that she will visit the Singhu border near Delhi where farmers have been protesting against the centre's agricultural laws for three months and join the demonstration.

  • Proof That Protest Not Limited To Punjab, Haryana: Farmers On "Rail Roko''

    Proof That Protest Not Limited To Punjab, Haryana: Farmers On "<i>Rail Roko</i>''

    With farmers on Thursday blocking railway tracks across the country, at stations big and small, protesters at Singhu said it proves that the agitation is not just limited to Punjab and Haryana.

  • Crowds Thin Out At Delhi Borders As Farmers Plan New Strategy

    Crowds Thin Out At Delhi Borders As Farmers Plan New Strategy

    The crowd of farmers is thinning around Delhi borders at Ghazipur and Singhu as the protest against the Centre's new farm laws entered its 83rd day with no breakthrough in sight. Many of the farmers are on their way back to the villages. From the thousands camping at the protest site barely a month ago, only half the number remain.

  • Farmers Improve Facilities, Brace For Prolonged Protest At Singhu Border

    Farmers Improve Facilities, Brace For Prolonged Protest At Singhu Border

    Installation of CCTV cameras for enhanced security, electric fans to beat the heat in the coming months and even a separate optical fibre line for wifi facility in case there is another internet shutdown at the protest site. These are some of the measures taken by the agitating farmers at the Singhu border to prepare for a long haul as a resolution...

  • Massage Centre At Delhi Singhu Border To Keep Farmers Protest Going

    Massage Centre At Delhi Singhu Border To Keep Farmers Protest Going

    The growing complaints of sore feet, stiff back or pain around the kneecap among the protesting farmers -- especially the older ones -- have led to opening of a makeshift massage centre at Singhu Border.

  • Makeshift School By Farmers' At Delhi's Singhu Border Resumes After 2-Week

    Makeshift School By Farmers' At Delhi's Singhu Border Resumes After 2-Week

    A makeshift ''informal'' school at Delhi's Singhu border, where farmers have been protesting the new agri laws, has resumed after a two-week break with lesser children, owing to the tense situation following the tractor parade violence on Republic Day.

  • In Randeep Hooda's Mic Drop Post - Kangana As "Mashoor Film Star Rehana"

    In Randeep Hooda's Mic Drop Post - Kangana As "<i>Mashoor</i> Film Star Rehana"

    As Kangana Ranaut launched a scathing attack on international pop star Rihanna for a Twitter post about the farmers protest at Singhu border in Delhi, her Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai co-star Randeep Hooda could not resist sharing a clip from the 2010 film. In the film, Kangana Ranaut essayed the role of a Bollywood actress named Rehana Shergill.

  • "Wrote Notes On Legs In Jail For Report": Journalist Mandeep Punia

    "Wrote Notes On Legs In Jail For Report": Journalist Mandeep Punia

    Journalist Mandeep Punia, whose arrest last week at the Singhu border -- the epicentre of the farmers' protests outside Delhi -- sparked outrage, says he scribbled notes on his legs in Tihar Jail so he could file his reports. The freelance journalist was freed on bail by a Delhi court on Tuesday.

  • Watch: More Barbed Wire Fences, Spikes On Roads At Singhu Protest Site

    Watch: More Barbed Wire Fences, Spikes On Roads At Singhu Protest Site

    Days after barbed wire fences and concrete barricades were put in place at Ghazipur on the Delhi-UP border - to virtually imprison farmers protesting the agriculture laws - similar measures are being rolled out at Singhu on the Delhi-Haryana border

  • Journalist Mandeep Punia, Arrested From Farmers' Protest Site, Gets Bail

    Journalist Mandeep Punia, Arrested From Farmers' Protest Site, Gets Bail

    A Delhi court today granted bail to freelance journalist Mandeep Punia who was arrested on Sunday from the Singhu border point between the city and Haryana where a huge number of farmers have been protesting for months.

  • "And January 26 Violence?" Police Defend Barricading At Farmers' Protest

    "And January 26 Violence?" Police Defend Barricading At Farmers' Protest

    Multiple barricades have been set up and barbed wire fence installations can be seen at the protest sites near Delhi's borders with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh as farmers continue their sit-in against the centre's three agricultural laws .

  • Kurukshetra University Exam Postponed "Till Further Notice" Over Internet Ban

    Kurukshetra University Exam Postponed "Till Further Notice" Over Internet Ban

    The year-end exams of Kurukshetra University - the largest and most acclaimed in Haryana -- have been postponed amid continued suspension of internet services in parts of the state over "law and order" situation amid farmers' protest.

  • "Build Bridges, Not Walls": Rahul Gandhi's Swipe At Centre, With Pics

    "Build Bridges, Not Walls": Rahul Gandhi's Swipe At Centre, With Pics

    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today shared pictures of barricades and concertina wires placed near farmer protest sites at border joints near Delhi with a four-word message to the government - "build bridges, not walls".

  • Delhi Court Order On Bail Of Journalist Arrested From Farmers' Protest Tomorrow

    Delhi Court Order On Bail Of Journalist Arrested From Farmers' Protest Tomorrow

    A Delhi court will pass order tomorrow on the bail application of freelance journalist Mandeep Punia who was arrested by the Delhi Police from the Singhu border protest site where farmers are agitating against the three agri laws passed by the Centre.

  • Internet Suspended For 2 Days At Delhi's Borders Amid Farmers' Protest

    Internet Suspended For 2 Days At Delhi's Borders Amid Farmers' Protest

    Internet services in the Delhi border areas of Singhu, Ghazipur and Tikri - epicenters of the farmers' weeks-long protest against the centre's agriculture laws - will be suspended from 11 pm for a period of 24 hours, the Union Home Ministry has said.

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