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Bharat Bandh

From ‘protestors’ harassing commoners to Congress, AAP leaders being chased away with chants of ‘Modi’: Scenes from ‘farmers’ Bharat bandh’

"They ordered us to close shops and take care of farmers. If poor people like us don't earn, how will we survive?" woman during 'Bharat Bandh'

Fabulous life of Arvind Kejriwal: Fearing attention diversion, Delhi CM this time creates different drama

Aam Aadmi Party and AAP supporters have a knack of pulling attention-seeking stunts to aggrandise their leader Arvind Kejriwal's importance and shield him from criticism

Bharat Bandh flops in Delhi as vegetable mandis stay open for business despite Kejriwal’s support to protesting ‘farmers’

Despite AAP's support to Bharat Bandh calls, vegetable mandis in Delhi remain open.

Arvind Kejriwal not under ‘house arrest’, Delhi Police rubbishes Aam Aadmi Party’s claims

Earlier on Tuesday Aam Aadmi Party had claimed that Arvind Kejriwal was put under 'house arrest' by Delhi Police after he met the protesting 'farmers'.

Ichhadhari protestor Yogendra Yadav floats a new conspiracy on eve of Bharat Bandh, gets roasted

Yogendra Yadav asserted that even essential commodities like milk will not be allowed to be transported during Bharat Bandh on December 8.

Farmer unions intensify protest against farm bills, call for a Bharat Bandh on December 8, to block all roads to Delhi

Farmer unions have announced a host of measures like effigy burning of PM Modi, returning awards and accolades etc

Farmer protests: Haryana CM ML Khattar asks Punjab CM Amarinder Singh to stop inciting farmers

Punjab CM Amrinder Singh and Haryana CM ML Khattar got into an argument on Twitter over the farmer protests.

Bollywood drug scandal coverage by media saves liberals the blushes as Bharat Bandh becomes a mega flop

Ironically, one thing that saved liberals the blushes due to flop Bharat Bandh was same Bollywood coverage they had been mocking

Despite rhetoric, Bharat Band supported by Congress fails to impress, Indian Railways see no impact on train operations, movements see increase

Indian Railways saw an increase in freight volume during the Bharat Bandh called by farmer organisations compared to the previous day

Kerala: Left-wing ‘activists’ block Nobel laureate Michael Levitt for hours in his houseboat during Bharat Bandh

Levitt, who received the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, was on a three-day visit to the state. His boat, anchored near Alappuzha after a trip to Kumarakom, was not allowed to leave by CITU protestors, who threatened the crew.

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