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It’s the 13th straight weekend of historic political unrest in Hong Kong as rallies over a now-suspended bill to allow extraditions to China widened into a push for greater democracy.(REUTERS)

Hong Kong police, protesters clash in trains as violence rages

Bloomberg | By Shamim Adam and Daniel Ten Kate
UPDATED ON SEP 01, 2019 01:21 PM IST
Police arrested more than 50 people in running battles across Hong Kong and fired two warning shots in a standoff with a crowd.
Policemen injured in clashes with BJP supporters undergoing treatment in Kolkata.(ANI)
Policemen injured in clashes with BJP supporters undergoing treatment in Kolkata.(ANI)

After Mamata’s no, BJP takes out victory parade. Cops injured in clashes

Hindustan Times, Kolkata | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 08, 2019 06:42 PM IST
Several BJP workers were also injured in baton charge by the police who also used tear gas to disperse the crowd.
Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik’s convoy was attacked with eggs and stones while he was campaigning for the Lok Sabha election in Bolangir on Monday evening, police said.(Arabinda Mahapatra)
Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik’s convoy was attacked with eggs and stones while he was campaigning for the Lok Sabha election in Bolangir on Monday evening, police said.(Arabinda Mahapatra)

Lok Sabha elections 2019: Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik’s convoy attacked in Bolangir

Bhubaneswar | By Debabrata Mohanty
UPDATED ON APR 16, 2019 10:12 AM IST
Patnaik was on his way to Bargarh after conducting a roadshow in Bolangir when his convoy was pelted with eggs and stone at Salebhata village at around 9pm on Monday.
Police personnel detain the devotees who were staging 'Namajapa' protest against the police restrictions at Sannidhanam, in Sabarimala.(PTI Photo)
Police personnel detain the devotees who were staging 'Namajapa' protest against the police restrictions at Sannidhanam, in Sabarimala.(PTI Photo)

‘Why 15,000 cops?’ HC raps Kerala government on ‘high-handedness’ at Sabarimala

Sabarimala | By Ramesh Babu
UPDATED ON NOV 19, 2018 02:25 PM IST
Kerala high court on Monday questioned the state government’s action against devotees at the Sabarimala temple in the state’s Pathanamthitta district, asking its top law officer to appear before it.
The 12-hour shut down called by the Sabarimala Karma Samiti and the BJP to protest the arrest of Hindu Aikya Vedi leader KP Sasikala in the early hours of Saturday crippled normal life in Kerala, the second bandh in a month.(Reuters Photo)
The 12-hour shut down called by the Sabarimala Karma Samiti and the BJP to protest the arrest of Hindu Aikya Vedi leader KP Sasikala in the early hours of Saturday crippled normal life in Kerala, the second bandh in a month.(Reuters Photo)

Sabarimala: Bandh cripples life in Kerala

Hindustan Times | By Ramesh Babu
PUBLISHED ON NOV 17, 2018 11:16 PM IST
Sasikala, 62, had come for darshan at the hill top, but was stopped by the police on her way to the temple.
Ratnaamma, a Hindu devotee is surrounded by other devotees as she threatens to commit suicide in protest against the lifting of ban by Supreme Court that allowed entry of women of menstruating age to the Sabarimala temple, at Nilakkal Base camp.(HT Photo)
Ratnaamma, a Hindu devotee is surrounded by other devotees as she threatens to commit suicide in protest against the lifting of ban by Supreme Court that allowed entry of women of menstruating age to the Sabarimala temple, at Nilakkal Base camp.(HT Photo)

Sabarimala row: Journalists, agitators injured as protest turns violent

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON OCT 17, 2018 04:14 PM IST
Police chased away protesters and demolished their tents in Nilakkal, the second base camp 16km away from the temple, as stones were pelted on the streets.
Around 100 sanitation workers gathered outside the MCG office near the Civil Hospital on Thursday to protest the poor working conditions.(Parveen Kumar/HT Photo)
Around 100 sanitation workers gathered outside the MCG office near the Civil Hospital on Thursday to protest the poor working conditions.(Parveen Kumar/HT Photo)

Sanitation workers in Gurugram protest for better working conditions

Gurugram | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON SEP 14, 2018 05:06 AM IST
After the 15-day strike by sanitation workers across Haryana, the government had agreed to terminate the use of private contractors, raise minimum monthly wages from Rs 11,500 to Rs 13,500, hike monthly sanitation allowance from Rs 325 to Rs 1,000 and introduce a pension scheme.
One of the vessels set afire by local residents, who were angered by the delay in launching rescue operations after a boat capsize in Nadia on Saturday night.(HT Photo)
One of the vessels set afire by local residents, who were angered by the delay in launching rescue operations after a boat capsize in Nadia on Saturday night.(HT Photo)

Nadia boat capsize: Protesters clash with police over delay in rescue op

Hindustan Times | By Halim Mondal & Md Asif, Nadia/burdwan
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2018 01:26 PM IST
Enraged residents set fire to six vessels and clashed with the police in Shantipur, Nadia, on Sunday morning over a delay in launching rescue operations following a boat capsize in the Ganga river. Five people reportedly went missing in the incident.
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