It's been more than six months since the farmers in Bhopal's Berasia sold their wheat to the government but they are still to get the complete payment.
In a rally held in West Midnapore, considered a bastion of rebel Trinamool Congress strongman Suvendu Adhikari, Mamata hit out at BJP and also took a dig at the Adhikari family.
Three Rohingya women, who entered Mizoram from Bangladesh and tried to take shelter in a village area along the Assam-Mizoram border, were arrested in Assam's Cachar district. They were handed over to Mizoram police on Monday.
As thousands of farmers camped on Delhi's borders seeking repeal of three new farm laws, several farmer unions have come out in support of the farm laws, asking for amendments in the laws. The farmers said the government may amend some provisions of the laws but should not repeal them. Watch the full report here.
Most Opposition parties have backed Tuesday's Bharat Bandh called by farmers. Is it about the farm laws? Or has the agitation become a show of strength between the Modi government and the Opposition?
As the nation gears up for farmers Bharat Bandh tomorrow over three contentious farm laws, 18 Opposition parties have extended their support to farmers' agitation.
According to a Greenpeace India analysis of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data, the air quality in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Chennai this November was better than what it was during the same month last year.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday virtually inaugurated the phase 1 construction of the Agra Metro project. Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandi Ben Patel and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath marked their virtual presence on the occasion.
Farmers on Monday said they will peacefully hold a Bharat Bandh from 11 am to 3 pm tomorrow, blocking toll plazas but will allow emergency services to move. On the other hand, the BJP came out against the opposition parties that have lent their support to the Bharat Bandh call.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that reforms are needed for development, adding that "some laws that used to be good in the past century have become a burden in the present century."
The Kerala government has announced that it will be moving the Supreme Court against the Centre's farm laws which have led to a nationwide agitation by farmers.