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After opposing reforms that free farmers from shackles of middlemen, Congress now sees middlemen in DBT payment to farmers

While opposing a law that seeks to remove middlemen from farm sector, Congress sees middlemen in DBT payments to farmers

‘Farmer’ protests: Arhtiyas in Punjab to shut down all mandis in state in protest after IT Dept conducts searches, claim persecution

Arhtiyas in Punjab, or commission agents as they are called, are incensed after the IT department served notices to 14 of them.

One in three farmers in Punjab are absentee landlords, MSPs paid to middleman through DBT: Here is how Punjab farmers play by different rules...

In Punjab, FCI and state agencies procure grains from middleman and deposit MSP through DBT into their account, who in turn pay the farmers

Farmer agitation instigated by arhatiyas and middlemen fearing loss of ₹6000 crores says BJP leader

There are about 25,000 arhatiyas or middlemen in Punjab who stand to lose profits due to the new farm laws.

Farmer group bats for ‘middlemen’, hails them as ‘service providers’ while scare-mongering about reforms in agriculture sector

Protesting farmers say that they are happy to pay commission to middlemen, claims new farm laws are not needed for their protection

Former Congress leader representing Christian Michel claims he didn’t reveal any names, accuses ED of leaking the charge-sheet

In its fourth supplementary charge sheet, it was reported that Michel named Shekhar Gupta and Manu Pubby to have been asked to tone down their reports.

BJP accuses Rahul Gandhi of being a defence lobbyist

The BJP claimed that the possession of internal emails of Airbus who is under scrutiny for its shady UPA era deals suggests that Rahul Gandhi is a defence lobbyist.

Agencies start probing the ‘political leader’ mentioned by Christian Michel in correspondence with AgustaWestland executives: Reports

Agencies start probing about a political leader mentioned by Christian Michel in one of his correspondence

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Two suicide bombers detonate themselves in busy Baghdad market killing six, injuring dozens

As per reports, this was one of the rare suicide attacks in Central Baghdad.

Bernie Sanders and his mittens during Biden inauguration trigger a meme fest on social media. Details

The US Senator from Vermont was spotted at the venue wearing parka and a pair of very homely looking mittens at the high profile event.

After multiple FIRs against ‘Tandav’, makers of another Amazon Prime web series ‘Mirzapur’ in trouble, SC issues notice

The SC notice was issued following a petition complaining about UP's Mirzapur being portrayed in a bad light in the web series

Alarming disinformation campaign by China spotted across media platforms against its vaccine’s criticism

From sensational headlines to misleading reports and insinuations, China is now playing the dangerous game to spread disinformation on its coronavirus vaccines.

10 months after lockdown started, Lakshadweep reports the first coronavirus case. Details

The first Covid-19 case in Lakshadweep was reported just a few days after the UT revised its Standard Operating Procedures

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