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Punjab’s new Agriculture Laws are hogwash meant to fool gullible farmers, violates the constitution: Read how

The Essential Commodities Act passed by the Punjab govt contravenes the constitution, adds opacity and infringes on the centre

Captain Amarinder Singh tables resolution in Punjab Assembly to oppose Centre’s farm laws: Read details

Captain Amarinder Singh added that the farm laws, passed by the Parliament were against the Indian Constitution, as agriculture falls under State subject (Entry 14 List-II)

Punjab burns 4 times more stubble than last year amid fears of Covid crisis getting worse due to pollution

Stubble burning incidents up by nearly four times in Punjab in 2020 as compared to last year.

Convoy of Punjab BJP Chief Ashwani Sharma attacked by miscreants, party suspects Congress hand

Punjab Congress has denied involvement and asserted that police are investigating the case.

Punjab Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu who shared stage with Rahul Gandhi on Monday tests positive for coronavirus

A day before testing positive for coronavirus, Punjab health minister Balbir Singh Sidhu had said in a rally that masks hardly mattered

Solution to stubble burning: Jalandhar farmer has been making and selling cardboards since 2010

The farmer from Jalandhar is now making cardboards from stubble collected from over 300 acres of farms.

Punjab govt refuses to help farmers as stubble burning threatens to aggravate coronavirus crisis due to worsening air pollution. Read details

Doctors and epidemiological experts believe that stubble burning could aggravate the COVID-19 situation due to impact on air pollution.

Pakistan’s vicious narco-terrorism plan in India and its connection to Khalistan movement

Understanding Narco-Terrorism and how Pakistan is helping Khalistani movement by pushing drugs in India

Pro-Khalistani group Sikhs for Justice launches recruitment drive in India for ‘Referendum 2020’

The Khalistani group plans to recruit 1000 ambassadors for Referendum 2020 who will be provided with a monthly stipend of Rs 7,500

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Canada condemns China’s treatment of Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic minorities. Read details

the Subcommittee on International Human Rights of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development heard testimonies of academics, civil society and victims of Chinese atrocities for 12-long hours and over 2 days.

Argentinian artist accuses Disha Patani of passing off his artwork as her brother’s: Read details

In fact, the anime artwork shared by Disha Patani claiming to be her brother's artwork was first shared by Argentinian artist 'Inhoso' in July this year.

Raza Academy threatens to move court against Maharashtra govt if Eid-e-Milad procession is not allowed

Eid-e-Milad is celebrated to commemorate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad and it falls on 29th October this year.

US Senate Committee on Judiciary approves subpoenas for Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg asking them to testify over allegations of censorship

The senate approved the subpoenas in a 12-0 vote after both Facebook and Twitter censored a New York Post report on Joe Biden

Complaints filed against Eros Now and Arré for vulgar social media posts related to Navratri

Both Eros Now and Arre had published social media posts linking Navratri festival with sex and vulgarity

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France: Charlie Hebdo cartoons projected on government building to express solidarity with deceased teacher who was beheaded by Islamic terrorist

Days after the barbaric beheading of teacher Samuel Paty on the streets of Paris by a terrorist for showing the cartoons of Prophet Mohammad to his students, support continues to pour in for the deceased teacher.

Eros Now apologises for publishing vulgar Hinduphobic content on Navratri

After netizens outraged over vulgar posts on Navratri, Eros Now issued an apology.

Lucknow: Jama Mazar caretaker ‘Kale Baba’ caught running sex racket, video goes viral

The caretaker has allegedly confessed to police that he was sexually exploiting women and engaging them in illicit activities in the name of curing infertility and other ailments.

No, India Today, Katrina Kaif in yellow saree for Navratri is not offensive to Hindus, this is where you got it wrong

India Today tries to be holier than thou while trying to paint Hindus as trolls over Eros Now's vulgar Navratri posts

Complaints filed against Eros Now and Arré for vulgar social media posts related to Navratri

Both Eros Now and Arre had published social media posts linking Navratri festival with sex and vulgarity

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