Farmers and opposition parties in Tamil Nadu on Monday staged rail roko agitation at various places in the state demanding the Centre to constitute the Cauvery Management Board immediately. Police arrest a Peoples Welfare Front cadre during a protest over Cauvery issue in Madurai on Monday. Photograph: PTI Photo The protests were held against the stance of BJP-led Union government in the Supreme Court which opposed immediate setting up of the Board. Thousands of protestors participated in the ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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DMK trade union holds hunger strike in Thanjavur to protest against Centre's stand on constituting Cauvery Management Board
TRICHY: Opposing the Centre's stand on setting up the Cauvery Management Board (CWB), DMK's trade union Labour Progressive Front (LPF) on Friday held a hunger strike in Thanjavur. DMK treasurer and leader of the opposition MK Stalin led the hunger ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
Dal Lake, Srinagar As Kashmir boils in the past many days, the debate continues over unfettering the State and granting them some sort of autonomy. Autonomy is desired not only by the Valley; Jammu and Ladakh are seeking regional autonomy within ...Observer Research Foundation, 1 month ago
On Sunday evening CPM leader Sitaram Yechury's car was the first one to arrive outside Syed Ali Shah Geelani's house, who heads a faction of separatist amalgam Hurriyat Conference. As he emerged from a white ambassador car, visibly shaken, he waited ...Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
Home minister Rajnath Singh with Congress leaderGhulam Nabi Azad on the flight to Srinagar. (PTI) Srinagar, Sept. 4: The all-party central delegation that arrived in Srinagar today is likely to return empty-handed tomorrow, with the separatists ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
The all-party delegation going from Delhi to Kashmir to offer balm and salve must keep in mind that the last vestiges of Kashmiriyat have been torn up and thrown into the Jhelum. The message of political Islam is all pervasive in the Valley In ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Manmohan Singh as Prime Minister in the two United Progressive Alliance governments (2004-2014) was "unjust" and "wrong" in keeping quiet when former telecom minister A Raja was held responsible for the 2G telecom licence allocation ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
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