Like Singh, hundreds of farmers have set up tents at border protest sites at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur — with some even thinking what they would do if the government ever ended up meeting all of their demands. It is not so much that they would miss being part of the protests but that they would miss the camaraderie they had found there.
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Global Unemployment To Reach 207 Million In 2022: ILO Report
The report warns of slow and uncertain recovery as the pandemic continues to have a significant impact on global labour markets
Robert On Joke About ‘Not Working Out' For ‘The Batman' : ‘That Really Came Back To Haunt Me
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SC ropes in State Legal Service Authorities
TO FACILITATE PAYMENT OF COVID EX-GRATIA TO FAMILIES
Russia accuses West of plotting ‘provocations' in Ukraine
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Rs 47 cr set aside for drain work to solve waterlogging near IGIA
INCLUDES CONSTRUCTION OF A SEWAGE WATER DRAIN IN DWARKA
Govt issues revised Covid guidelines on use of drugs, masks for children
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Medvedev withstands Kyrgios, crowd to advance in Australia
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India successfully test-fires new BrahMos missile
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Delhi riots case: Man gets 5-yr jail term for vandalism, arson
Judge says ‘very serious offence’
FDI flows to India slip 26% in 2021: UN report
The report released in June last year had said that amid Covid-pandemic, India received $64 bn in FDI in 2020
As IEDs pose a major threat, providing foolproof security to VIPs during campaign season will require adequate training, right equipment and seamless coordination between agencies
Bhagwant is AAP's chosen Mann in Punjab
BHAGWANT Mann was unanimously chosen by the public as the AAP’s chief ministerial candidate for the Punjab elections, party national convenor Arvind Kejriwal announced on Tuesday.
Shopkeepers fume over odd-even protocol, ask govt to focus on hawkers
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Cong Twitter handle posts video projecting Channi as CM face in Punjab
AMID A bitter power struggle between Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and state Congress president Navjot Singh Sidhu, the Congress on Monday put out a video on its official Twitter handle virtually projecting Channi as its chief minister face.
Eyeing sops, Punjab farmers aren't repaying loans, SC told
Bench: If Bank Is Liquidated, You Will Get Nothing
Just a 'security breach' or a sinister plan?
Unsurprisingly, after the inexplicable dereliction of duty by Punjab administration and police, defiance of all the existing protocols and sheer disrespect of the Constitutional authority, the Congress regime made a mockery of the incident.
‘ABCD switches in Ghazipur IED point to ISI hand'
Intelligence sources said there were eerie similarities between the IED found in Delhi and those recovered in Punjab in the last six months
AAP setting pitch to become ‘national in 2024
A win in Punjab will bring it at par with Congress. Both parties will have two state governments each in the country.
IED found in Ghazipur ‘military grade, points to external elements'
A DAY after an improvised explosive device (IED) was discovered inside an unattended bag at East Delhi's Ghazipur flower market, police said preliminary forensic examination has revealed that it was a military-grade explosive, which is not easily available and has been used in the past by "external elements" for making bombs.
A CAMPAIGN WITH BYTE
Leaders savvy and unsavvy, freelance techie gunslingers who do saffron in the morning and socialism by night, the smell of virtual cordite…. India is seeing its first online-only elections. What do the Digital War Rooms of parties look like?