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After Patels, Haryana Jats to launch agitation for reservation
Indian Express

Haryana Jats to launch agitation for reservation

"Jats in Haryana will launch an agitation next month. It will be peaceful," All India Jat Aarkshan Sangarsh Samiti Haryana president Hawa Singh Sangwan said. The previous Hooda government had in 2013 accorded special backward class status to Jats. However, ... Jagran Post, 1 week ago

Shaheedi Diwas of 2008 land row martyrs on Aug 30

  STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Shri Amarnath Yatra Sangarsh Samiti has decided to hold the annual function of Shaheedi Diwas in the memory of martyrs of 2008 land row agitation of Shri Amarnath Yatra. In the meeting held here on Wednesday, Convenor Pawan ...
 State Times1 week ago
DNA India

DUSU Elections 2015: Caste fillip works in student elections too?

Observers are of the view that apart from factors such as muscle and money power, the caste-card works because of the 'empathy-factor' that works out between students and leaders from the same community. DUSU polls are to be held on September ...
 DNA India4 days ago

Dusu polls: Net turns into virtual battlefield

The student wings contesting the coming Delhi University Student Union (Dusu) elections have turned the Internet into a virtual battlefield, focusing their campaign on tech-savvy students. The Dusu elections will be held on September 11. The outfits are ...
 Asian Age5 days ago
Pakistan Observer

Modi in trouble in his hometown

- AROUND a dozen people have died in Indian State of Gujarat in widespread violence triggered by a snowballing movement for quota reservation for the Patel community youth, forcing the government to deploy army and impose curfew in several major ...
 Pakistan Observer1 week ago

Patel agitation turns Gujarat into a battlefield

New Delhi: A police constable in Surat was among nine persons killed, six in police firing, Wednesday in a violent turn to the Patel community's agitation for other backward classes status and reservation in Gujarat, reported The Indian Express . ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago

8 Killed in Gujarat Violence, Army Out in More Cities: 10 Developments

08:33 IST Army conducts flag march in Ahmedabad on Wednesday (Press Trust of India photo) Ahmedabad: Eight people, including a policeman, have died in the violence that erupted in several parts of Gujarat after the brief detention of 21-year-old ...
 NDTV1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Alwar bandh turns violent; dozen injured, six arrested

A bandh called by employees of the electricity department and traders associations on Monday over increasing incidents of crime in Alwar turned violent when police lathicharged the protesters, leaving about a dozen of them injured. Police also ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

50 Dalits in Haryana convert to Islam

Nearly 50 members of the Dalit community of Haryana's Bhagana village on Saturday converted to Islam during protest demonstration at Jantar Mantar in the National Capital. The demonstration, organised by Bhagana Kand Sangarsh Samiti (BKSS) was against the ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

Rich tributes paid to martyr Kuldeep Verma on his 7th death anniversary

Excelsior Correspondent BJP leaders paying tributes to martyr Kuldeep Verma on his 7th death anniversary at party headquarters on Thursday. -Excelsior/Rakesh JAMMU, July 23: On the seventh death anniversary of 2008 land row agitation martyr ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago
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