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Agriculture laws

Agitating ‘farmers’ now threaten to establish parallel government, will run its own ‘Parliament’

Heavy security has been deployed at Singhu border and Tikri border as well as at Jantar Mantar in view of the protests.

‘Won’t allow BJP-RSS to organise any event until farm laws not scrapped’: RSS Blood donation camp cancelled in Punjab after ruckus by protestors

RSS blood donation camp in Punjab had to be cancelled after several protesting 'farmers' started creating a ruckus

After vehemently opposing the Farm Laws, Congress and others demand implementation of the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020

All along, the hypocrisy and double-standards of these opposition politicians over the farm laws have been laid exposed

Anyone could’ve got killed: Sikhs attacked in Canada, victims say they were targeted because they were wearing a turban

A group of Indian Sikhs were attacked in Harris Park in Sydney, Australia on Sunday night.

Indo-Canadian groups receive rape and death threats for supporting farm laws, write to Justin Trudeau’s govt seeking help

Indo-Canadian community receiving rape and death threats for supporting Agriculture Laws in Canada.

Congress MP claims new agriculture laws will scrap APMC markets, fails to point out which clause says that

Bittu claimed Clause 3 and Clause 5 talk about scrapping of the APMCs but both clauses have no such mention.

‘MSP tha, MSP hai, aur MSP rahega’, PM Modi assures the angry ‘phoophis’ in parliament: Read what he said

'MSP tha, MSP hai aur MSP rahega', PM Modi assured the opposition and the protesting farmer leaders.

Punjab Assembly to pass bills again to counter central farm laws after Governor refused to give assent: Details

Amarinder Singh will bring bills to nullify central Agriculture laws after the Governor had earlier refused to give assent.

New Zealand Sikh radio host, brutally stabbed after supporting farm laws, is now recovering from his grievous injuries

Harnek Singh was brutally attacked by unknown assailants while returning from a broadcast on December 23

‘Whoever governs Singapore must have that iron in him’: How Lee Kuan Yew brought an end to pilots’ protest in Singapore Airlines

In 1980, the Singapore International Airlines(SIA) and its pilots' union SIAPA was engaged in a bitter dispute over the demand of salary hikes.

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