Monday, December 4, 2023

Topic: Protest

Tiranga march, boycotting Speaker’s tea party: Oppn parties continue protest in national capital

Even after the Lok Sabha's Budget session ended as planned on Thursday, the Opposition persisted with their protest against the government, which included organizing a 'Tiranga march' and refusing to attend the Speaker's customary evening tea.

Opp MPs wear black in protest against Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification, disrupt Parliament proceedings

MPs from the Congress and other Opposition parties wore black in Parliament on Monday in protest against the “illegal disqualification” of Rahul Gandhi from the House.

Photos: Thousands of Muslim women pray during protests against eviction in Uttarakhand

As many as 4000 families face eviction in Uttarakhand's Haldwani area after the high court had ordered the demolition following a Hindu right wing sympathiser approached the court claiming the Muslim dominant locality is an encroachment on a piece of Indian Railway land.

Pressure mounts on UK govt to speak out against Islamophobia in India as thousands took to streets

In the wake of reports that Muslims are on the brink of genocide in India, pressure mounts on the United Kingdom government to act against India’s growing Islamophobia. Lawmakers, politicians, and activists jointly demanded the UK government strengthen its stand to stop India from its anti-Muslim policies.

“India’s bulldozer genocide”: Thousand to march to Indian High Commission in London

More than 15 Indian diaspora groups in the United Kingdom jointly called for a protest in London, demanding to end the Hindu-supremacist violence and fascist policies of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government that left the Muslims in the country on the brink of genocide.

Sri Lanka’s economic crisis is a chance to reinvent international bailouts so that citizens don’t take most of the pain

Sayantan Ghosal, University of Glasgow and Dania Thomas, University of Glasgow Sri Lanka recorded the first casualties from its spiralling economic crisis several days ago,...