The farmers of Nindar village are protesting against the acquisition of over 1,300 bighas of land by the Jaipur Development Authority for a housing project.
Farmers in Rajasthan have resorted to a unique but bizarre method of protest against the state government for allegedly acquiring their land forcibly
Agitation by farmers in Maharashtra, which was recently subdued with the government announcing farm loan waiver to the tune of Rs 30,000 crore, has resurfaced in Kalyan city of Thane district
Tamil superstar Rajinikanth on Sunday met a delegation of 16 farmers led by P Ayyakannu and assured them his support for their plea to interlink rivers
The farm loan waiver will put an additional burden of at least Rs 30,000 crore on the state exchequer in Maharashtra.
Tamil Nadu farmers who made media headlines though their innovative, often shocking, forms of protest in New Delhi two months ago, re-launched their agitation on Friday, in Chennai this time.
The video shows, Shakuntla Khatik, Congress MLA from Karera, telling protesters to burn down the police station as an officer attempts to pacify the protest
A faction of one of the organisations -- the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) -- has even threatened to cut off supply of milk and vegetables to cities from Sunday if their demand are not met
After eight days of continued violent protests by farmers and high-voltage political drama, curfew was been relaxed for the day in Mandsaur and Pipliamandi with the situation showing improvement on Friday
A cultivator allegedly committed suicide at a village in Solapur district, leaving behind a note purportedly stating that he should not be cremated till Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis visits his place and meets their demands
Madhya Pradesh Home Minister on Thursday admitted that the probe initiated by the state government has confirmed that the deaths were a result of police firing
Speaking to reporters here after being released by police, Rahul accused the BJP-led NDA government of favouring the rich and giving farmers ‘only bullets’.
The Centre has rushed 1,100 anti- riots police personnel to Madhya Pradesh's Mandsaur to help restore peace in the district where five persons were killed in violence during a protest by farmers
Ahmednagar, Nov 14 : Extending his support to the “justful” cause of sugarcane growers in Maharashtra, social activist Anna Hazare today condemned the firing incident in Sangli district and accused the state government of turning