The residents of Varanasi woke up to a morning that witnessed the after effects of the clashes that took place during protests over Ganesh idol immersion row. Curfew was lifted from all areas on Tuesday after tension gripped as clashes had broken out between police and agitating saints.
Mumbai Congress members today ride bullock carts during a protest against Maharashtra Government's decision to levy surcharge on diesel and petrol to mop up funds to tackle drought-like conditions in parts of the State
Protests over Ganesh idol immersion turned violent in Varanasi city of Uttar Pradesh on Monday as protesters set vehicles on fire. Police baton charged the agitated protesters who burnt vehicles and raised anti-government slogans.
The Congress party and National Conference (NC) staged a protest in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly on monday over the issue of beef ban and rehabilitation of flood victims. The assembly was adjourned for fifteen minutes following the chaos.
Still piecing lives together from the worst earthquakes in 75 years, Nepalis are being tested by another trial - weeks of protests against a new Constitution have led to a shortage of essential commodities.
Some black and yellow taxi drivers organised a sudden protest at Mumbai's Tardeo RTO against the private tourist cars that ferry passengers
Telangana assembly was adjourned till Monday as the opposition stalled the proceedings on Thursday to seek clarifications from the government on the issue of farmers' suicides
About 16 lakh trucks went off the roads in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Thursday as part of the nationwide indefinite strike by the truckers to protest against the present toll system
Television actor Gajendra Chauhan, viewed as close to the BJP, will remain as chairperson of the premier FTII and to placate protesting students, the government is planning to install a co-chairperson of the institute
Nepal has urged China to reopen the two trading points on the Sino-Nepal border amid a diplomatic standoff with New Delhi over its new Constitution and continuous unrest in the country's southern border with India.
Resident doctors and students of KEM and the Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College staged a protest in Mumbai after three of their colleagues were allegedly assaulted by angry kin of a patient who had died of dengue fever
Scores of journalist staged a protest outside Karachi Press Club to condemn the thrashing of Popular Pakistani TV reporter Chand Nawab by railway police a day earlier.
Saudi Arabia’s Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz al-Shaikh, while delivering the Haj sermon on Wednesday, said that some people were trying to enforce their own agenda through violence and giving Islam a bad name
Tension prevailed in Varanasi on Wednesday, a day after police allegedly baton charged Hindu devotees protesting for not being allowed to immerse Lord Ganesha's idols in the holy river Ganga.
Congress workers set the Madhubani office in Bihar on fire and BJP workers vandalized their Patna office registering their protest. BJP seems to be relying largely much upon the Dalit and Mahadalit vote bank
Pakistan has been plundering resources of the twin regions of Gilgit Baltistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir, and transferring it to other provinces. To expose Pakistan's illegal activities, national students federation recently held a protest demonstration.
Police foiled JKLF's protest in Srinagar, by detaining the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chief, Mohammad Yasin Malik. Malik started a protest march after gunmen shot and killed a former Jamiat-ul-Mujahideen militant and his three-year old son in the outskirts of Sopore Town of Baramulla district.
Journalists today walked out of a press conference called by Hardik Patel here in protest against the behaviour of the Patel quota agitation leader.
Hundreds of protestors from the Dera Sacha Sauda sect who had blocked railway tracks and roads in some parts of Punjab in the past two days, ended their protests on Monday after authorities assured them that a solution would be found regarding the screening of "Messenger of God-2" (MSG-2), the second movie starring their chief, godman Gurmit Ram Rahim Singh.
Ex-servicemen protesting against the government-approved 'One Rank, One Pension' (OROP) alleged on Monday that their bank accounts have been blocked, but said the move will not succeed in suppressing their agitation due to resource crunch