News on Protests, Hartal, Dharna, Sit-in-Protest – 14 February, 2015

News on Protests, Hartal, Dharna, Sit-in-Protest – 14 February, 2015

The Construction Worker Federation of India (CWFI) and Centre of Indian Trade Union (CITU) would stage a week-long dharna from February 16 to February 22

Valentine Day: Delhi students protest Hindu Mahasabha’s forced marriage and ‘Shuddhikaran’ drive:

Hindu Sena activists protest against Valantine’s Day celebrations in New Delhi:

Telangana Advocates protest against N.Chandrababu Naidu’s visit in Warangal:

JNU students protest against ‘attack on democratic rights’:

‘If need be, will have ‘dharna’ again’: Manish Sisodia to NewsX:

Airports Authority of India employees protest against attempt to privatise airports:

Chaudhary Charan Singh university students hold protest:

Villagers to protest Kasturirangan report
Mysuru, Feb 13, 2015, DHNS:
To launch hunger strike in front of DC office on Feb 24
All the residents of 12 villages, under three Gram Panchayats in the taluk, on the periphery of the forests will launch a hunger strike in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s office, in Mysuru, on February 24, if the authorities concerned do not stall implementation of the recommendations of the Kasturirangan Committee report, said Taluk Panchayat Member Ganapathi.

RTI activists protest against state govt demanding CBI enquiry in activist’s murder:

Hazare to participate in dharna at Jantar Mantar:

Lawyers block roads to protest shifting of Lucknow Sadar tehsil:

Sikh outfits protest against release of Messenger of God film:

RETs lodge protest, demand pending salary:

Love is Delhi’s response to V-Day marriage threat:

Retd Cashew Workers Stage Dharna:

Farmers, AAP protest against proposed land ordinance:

Sikh groups protest over MSG, demand ban on it:

Municipal school teachers stage dharna in East Godavari:


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