• 35,000 students join BUCTU protest

    The signature campaign protests Mumbai University's implementation of the credit-based semester system and high fee charged for re-examination. Story & Video By Kranti Vibhute, MiD Day

  • Shiv Sena protests against Pakistani band

    Shiv Sena workers, on Monday, barged into Mumbai Press Club protesting against Pakistani Sufi band Meekal Hasan that was holding a press conference there.

  • Police officer punches student during protest

    This is the shocking moment a police officer appears to strike a protesting student in the face during a protest at the University of London's Senate House on Tuesday. Video courtesy: YouTube

  • Mumbai scribes hold protest to condemn intern gang rape

    Taking serious cognizance of the Mumbai gangrape case, the Mumbai Press Club and other media and social organizations gathered for a protest at the Hutatma Chowk in south Mumbai Friday afternoon. Story By: Team MiD DAY Video BY: Milind Salvi, MiD DAY

  • Pakistan on edge; protesters storm secretariat, PTV office

    Pakistan's powerful Army Chief today met embattled Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to discus the deepening political crisis that has put the country on edge, as hundreds of protesters stormed the Secretariat and state broadcaster's office

  • Eight killed, 100 injured in Pakistan clashes

    At least eight people have been killed and over 100 injured in the clashes between police and protesters in Pakistan as the protesters marched towards the prime minister's house

  • Civilian vs civilian

    The way the word ‘revolution’ is being thrown around in Pakistani politics these days is comical and tragic at the same time

  • Protests in Ranchi over National shooter's torture

    A Monday shutdown has been called here to protest the alleged torture of a national gold-medal-winning woman shooter to forcibly convert her to Islam by a man who married her while concealing his Muslim identity

  • Iran parliament votes to sack 'reformist' science minister

    Iran's conservative-dominated parliament today voted to sack the science minister for wanting to recruit people accused of involvement in the 2009 protest movement

  • Students protest against law college in Borivli over admission row

    A large group of students who had applied for the first year LLB course at a Borivli based institute were in for a rude shock after they were informed by the management that their admission is not confirmed as there are no seats left

  • Ferguson teen killing: Police hurl tear gas at protesters

    Riot police hurled tear gas and marched on rioters in the St Louis suburb of Ferguson, wracked by race riots since police shot dead an unarmed black teenager

  • Shop owners at Bhandup mall protest against frequent power cuts

    Office and shop owners at Dreams Mall allege that for the last six months they have been facing regular power cuts, making it difficult for them to run their business

  • Mother, son go on fast unto death to protest UoP red tape

    For ten years, Pune University sat on Rahul Borude’s application to give him a job in place of his father Bhausaheb, who was the sole earning member of the family before he died of TB in 2004; they have even been denied pension

  • Parents lock horns with Mumbai school over annual 15% fee hike

    The hike is in violation of a resolution released by the state in March, saying that schools can increase fees only after the permission of the PTA, and not more than 15% once in 2 years

  • Petrol pumps in Maharashtra go on strike

    Around 4,100 retail petrol-diesel outlets in Maharashtra went on a day-long strike Monday to protest against multiple taxes in the state, an official said

  • Protests in Delhi over Gaza crisis

    Nearly 250 people, including activists, artists and school children, protested here demanding India should boycott all collaborations and end military ties with Israel because of its continued operations in Gaza

  • Shocked at parents' protest against HIV students: Manohar Parrikar

    Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday expressed shock at the manner in which parents of students of a village school blockaded the school protesting admissions to HIV positive orphaned students

  • Not leaving Mahayuti: SSS chief Raju Shetty

    Denying that SSS is leaving the Mahayuti alliance over a seat-sharing disagreement, Raju Shetty said they will demand 38 seats in the polls

  • UPSC row: Protest in Rajya Sabha

    The Rajya Sabha was disrupted on Tuesday as some members sought a debate over language issue in UPSC exams, forcing two adjournments, the second till noon

  • British minister Sayeeda Warsi quits to protest government's Gaza policy

    British Prime Minister David Cameron lost a key ally from the Asian community as Baroness Warsi, minister of state in the foreign office, quit from the government, saying the British government’s policy on the crisis in Gaza is “morally indefensible”.