New Delhi roads are swarmed by rows upon rows of tractors bearing flags of India and farm unions.
Hundreds of thousands of farmers are planning to drive tractors through New Delhi on Republic Day, when PM Narendra Modi will join a parade of military forces.
Tens of thousands of farmers continue to camp out on New Delhi highways, demanding the repeal of new laws they fear will lead to corporate dominance in the farm sector.
Northern Punjab state orders police to crack down on farmers and sympathisers vandalising telecommunication masts of companies that they believe have profited from Modi government's controversial farm laws.
Forced into confessing to a crime he didn't commit, Nisar Mirza Hussain has no idea how to rekindle his relationship with freedom.
India says comments by Canada PM Trudeau amount to "interference in its domestic affairs," as thousands of farmers angry over new farm laws continue blockade of key highways leading to capital New Delhi.
Indian farmers intensify efforts to repeal laws that could cause the government to stop buying grain at guaranteed prices and result in their exploitation by corporations that would buy their crops cheaply.
Police use tear gas, water cannons and batons on thousands of farmers before allowing them to enter capital New Delhi for a planned protest against new laws seen as "pro-corporate".
Hundreds of millions of Indians celebrating the biggest Hindu holiday Diwali but there are concerns about how holidays may lead to an even greater spread of coronavirus.
With no elected leadership at the helm in disputed Kashmir, New Delhi has unilaterally passed a slew of laws to alter the majority-Muslim demography of the region.
Islamabad says Indian spy Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav alias Mubarak Patel has refused to lodge an appeal against his conviction in Pakistan and will try instead for a military pardon.
Homegrown app platforms Sharechat and Roposo said they had seen a huge surge in new users since India's ban on their Chinese rivals.
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