Tracing the journey of an impressive farmer leader, who once was employed as a lowly police constable in Delhi.
Modi’s yielding to farmers' demands is a major victory for the protesters, but it’s also a calculated manoeuvre before crucial state elections in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and elsewhere.
Despite the odds, a group of women farmers in the Indian state of Haryana persevered to become success stories after empowering themselves and others in their communities.
More than 170 children from slums attend classes at a protest site by the Singhu border, on the outskirts of New Delhi.
Under fire by Indian government, Twitter is facing high stakes in a country of 1.3 billion where it has millions of users and is ardently used by PM Modi, his cabinet ministers and other leaders to communicate with the public.
Kangana Ranaut, a staunch Bharatiya Janata Party supporter, called farmers protesting controversial agriculture laws terrorists in a tweet, which was one of two that the platform had removed.
Rihanna, Greta Thunberg and other celebrities set social media ablaze after tweeting in solidarity with Indian farmers and calling out the Indian government.
Farmers have been demanding the withdrawal of laws passed by Parliament last September, saying the legislature will favour large corporations, devastate the earnings of many farmers and leave those with small plots behind.
Thousands of farmers will drive tractors to New Delhi on January 26 when PM Narendra Modi will join a parade of military forces.
Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde said that the court will form a committee to hear farmers' grievances against the laws.
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