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Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar cancels 'Kisan Mahapanchayat' after agitating farmers vandalise venue

Karnal/IBNS: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar called off his "Kisan Mahapanchayat" on Sunday, after farmers agitating against the new farm laws ransacked the meeting venue in a village in this district, forcing the state police to use tear gas and water cannons on them, said media reports.

Farm law protesters eating biryani and spreading bird flu, says BJP MLA

Jaipur/IBNS: Amid the raging farmers' protest in the national capital, a BJP legislator from Rajasthan has said that protesters are eating chicken biryani to spread bird flu epidemic.

Protesting farmers take out tractor march against farm laws

New Delhi/UNI: Farmers, who are protesting against the Centre's three new farm laws, on Thursday took out a tractor march at four borders of Delhi, including Eastern and Western peripheral.

Farmers' protest against new farm laws enters 41st day

New Delhi/UNI: The farmers' protest against the Centre's three new farm laws at Delhi's periphery entered 41st day on Tuesday.

Fresh round of Centre-farmer talks over agricultural reforms to be held today

New Delhi/IBNS: The seventh round of talks between the Centre and farmers protesting against the Narendra Modi government's agricultural reforms will be held on Monday, as the deadlock over the three farm laws are yet to be resolved.

Farmers warn of intensifying protests if demands not met in Jan 4 talks

New Delhi/IBNS: Protesting farmers have warned of intensifying their agitation at Delhi borders if their demands of repealing of the three contentious agricultural laws are not met in the next round of talks, scheduled to be held on Jan 4.

Kerala assembly passes resolution against Modi govt's agricultural reforms

Thiruvananthapuram/IBNS: The legislative assembly in the Left-ruled Kerala on Thursday passed a resolution seeking the withdrawal of the three contentious farm laws, in tune with the demands of thousands of Indian farmers protesting at the Punjab-Haryana border, media reports said.

Consensus on two issues, says Centre after 6th round of talks with farmers' representatives

New Delhi/IBNS: As the sixth round of talks between the Centre and the representatives of farmers' unions ended, consensus could be reached on two issues out of the four, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said on Wednesday evening.

'Won't settle for anything less than repeal of farm laws': Bharatiya Kisan Union on talks with govt

New Delhi/UNI: Even before entering Vigyan Bhawan for the sixth round of talks with the government, farmers' leaders made it clear that the only way forward to the resolve the deadlock was the repeal the three contentious farm laws.

Union ministers Piyush Goyal and Narendra Singh Tomar finalise Centre's stand in a meeting with Amit Shah for next round of talks with farmers

New Delhi/IBNS: Union Railway minister Piyush Goyal and Agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar met Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday, a day before the next round of talks between the Centre and the farmers agitating against the three new farm laws, said media reports.

Farmers' unions agree for fresh talks with Centre; protesters destroy Reliance Jio telecom towers in Punjab

New Delhi/IBNS: The farmers' unions have agreed to Centre's proposal to meet for another round of talks on December 30 to resolve the current impasse over the new farm laws, media reports said.

Farmers' leaders from 10 states present in agitation: Farmers tell PM Punjab and Haryana not the only states to protest

New Delhi/IBNS: The farmers agitating against the farm laws along the Delhi border have rebutted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement that farmers only from Punjab and Haryana are protesting, telling that  farm union leaders from 10 states are camping with them demanding the repeal of laws.

'Not stuck with NDA with Fevicol': Hanuman Beniwal quits alliance

New Delhi/IBNS: NDA ally Rajasthan’s Rashtriya Loktantric Party (RLP) on Saturday left the alliance harping on its pro-farmer stance, becoming the second party to leave after Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD).

All Modi critics labelled 'terrorists' by Indian govt, even Mohan Bhagwat not spared: Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi/IBNS: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today flayed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government over the farmers' agitation, alleging them of killing democracy and labelling anybody, who criticised the PM, as "terrorists" even if it was RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat.

Ready for talks, but govt needs to come up with concrete proposal: Farmers' Unions

New Delhi/UNI: Rejecting the government proposal for the next round of talks, the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of the Farmers' Unions on Wednesday said that the government needs to come up with a concrete proposal in writing with an open mind so that the next round of talks can be initiated.