Junior Doctors strike work

Telangana junior doctors have declared an indefinite strike. They will continue covid emergency services for the next two days Hyderabad: The Telangana Junior Doctors Association (T-JUDA)  to go on strike from May 26, 2021. Except for Covid emergency services, junior doctors are boycotting all other medical services. T-JUDA is demanding  a 15 percent hike in […]

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Lakshadweep residents fraught over new development regulation

The draft Lakshadweep Town and Country Planning Regulation 2021 was placed in public consultation for a period of 21 days ending on May 19 2021. Delhi: Residents of Lakshadweep, a Union Territory (UT) in the Arabian Sea, have expressed anger and concern over a new regulation that seeks to develop rural and urban areas for […]

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Protestors seek other spots after Town Hall ban

BBMP’s recent move to ban protests in front of Town Hall has made protestors move to other prominent venues in Bengaluru like Freedom Park, Bannappa Park, and Maurya Circle By Archita Charkroborty With the authorities imposing ban on Town Hall protests owing to the lack of revenue, the number of applications at other prominent protest […]

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Bilal Bagh Stands in Solidarity with Victims of New Delhi Violence

Bilal Bagh protesters plan to send an application to Chief Minister B. S. Yediyurappa with signatures of over a thousand protesters. By Astha Oriel February 25, 2020 Bengaluru: Last night Bilal Bagh protestors observed two-minute silence and held a candle light vigil in solidarity with the victims of New Delhi clash violence. The vigil was organised […]

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Miners Protest for Free Trade

Mining dependents protest at Freedom Park for preference of Karnataka iron ore over imports. By Priyanka D Bangalore, March 26, 2019: Mining dependents from Bellary, Hospet and Chitradurga districts of Karnataka join in a protest regarding free trade, to ensure regular business for truckers, small scale industries and lakhs of other mining dependents. In 2013, […]

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Gender Stereotyping in Places of Worship

Although some temples try breaking the discrimination against women. Indian women have been on the receiving end of gender stereotyping and discrimination since ages. Last year, the media talked a lot about the Sabarimala temple and how the women were banned from entering the temple. This has led to wide-scale protests and violence near the […]

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Karnataka United Front to Stage Protests Soon

Karnataka united firm is going to stage protests against the government to make Kannada compulsory in the state. By Manasi Pawar Bengaluru, Nov. 23, 2018. On the day of the meeting on 22nd November 2018 of the Chief Minister , HD Kumaraswamy, and the sugarcane factory owners, some 10 members of the Karnataka United firm, […]

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BJP Protest Against Karnataka Chief Minister

Chief Ministers’ comment against farmers fuel protest at SBM Circle. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members took to the streets on Wednesday in protest of the Chief Minister’s comments on farmers. Over 2000 BJP members in Bangalore participated in the protest on Wednesday. The protest was held at Mysore Bank circle on K.G Road. Chief Minister […]

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Protest and Celebration at the Same Venue

In Townhall, Congress addressed OBC’s issues, but the DSS demands go unnoticed. The DSS protested in front of the Townhall while the Congress celebrated a former Karnataka CM’s birthday inside the Townhall. The Dalit Sangharsh Samiti (DSS) protested against the injustice happened to an SC/ST person who got beaten up by a police inspector in […]

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