Ms. Ramachandran said that an environment of peace was needed to have a dialogue. She asked if women could come in groups to continue the conversation. "Conversations are not able to take place. It will be very difficult to come again tomorrow if things continue like this. We are not able to speak with peace. Both our time is being wasted this way. We can't hear anyone's voice. You will need to tell us how to do this". … [Read more...] about Mediators continue talks with Shaheen Bagh protesters
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“Today’s youth does not want to sell pakoras and tea after completing their studies but are forced to do so. Now, even that is not possible due to the increase in price of essential commodities,” the NSUI said, demanding a rollback of the LPG rates. … [Read more...] about Students’ union protests against rise in LPG price
TAP THE CHATTER where Punekars speak their mind ► Syed Moinul Hasan Senior chartered engineer To amplify the agitation it becomes imperative to get on to the streets in large numbers and stage dharnas and rasta/rail rokos. ► Melville X D’Souza Corporate executive protests cannot be brought to the attention of the general public, then the purpose of the agitation is defeated. ► Ankit B Chakrawarti Doctor Yes, protests should be held at fixed spots. The Shaheen Bagh protesters should move to Jantar Mantar or Ramlila Maidan. ► YG Chouksey Professor Holding protests at busy junctions does not serve the purpose of generating support because it create nuisance. ► T Srinivasan Finance consultant Instead of creating chaos all over the city, it is better to organise protests in designated places. FACEBOOK ► Mukesh Thakur All protests should be held at designated locations. ► Neel Brahamkhatri Protests should be peaceful and held in … [Read more...] about Should protests take place only at designated areas?
The new head of the Forest Industries Association of Tasmania (FIAT), Craig Jones, said he had not been consulted on the new legislation and was not aware of any protests in forested areas that would have required the legislation recently. … [Read more...] about Anti-protest law delay due to Liberals’ inability to beat High Court ruling, Bob Brown says
COVID-19 | Two elderly passengers taken off cruise ship die in Japan Japan’s NHK public television said both were Japanese in their 80s. A Health Ministry official only confirmed that they had been previously hospitalised for serious health condition and had existing chronic diseases. | China once again changes how new cases are counted in Hubei Province | South Korea reports 1st virus death as 2.5 million urged to stay home … [Read more...] about Top news of the day: 28 anti-CAA protesters told to pay ₹64 lakh for damage to property in Lucknow, Nirbhaya case convict bangs head against wall, and more