Protest News Updates: 3 April 2018

3 April 2018

9 dead as Dalit protests over SC/ST Act rock north India April 2, 2018 

Army called out in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh, where five were killed
At least nine persons were killed and hundreds injured on Monday in violence across several States during a nationwide bandh against the alleged dilution of The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

Up in arms: Members of Dalit organisations blocking a train in Nagpur on Monday.

Protesters march to Chaityabhoomi – Hindu: Cities April 2, 2018 Protesters march to Chaityabhoomi

Mumbai life unaffected by all-India bandh – DNA: Opinion April 2, 2018

Slow take-off for GST e-way bill likely as traders stock up early – Rediff: Business April 2, 2018 mumbai-lower-parel

Strike throws normal life out of gear in Kochi – Hindu: Rx April 2, 2018

Over 20 Lakh Shops Shut As Hunger Strike Over Cauvery Dispute Begins – NDTV News – India-news April 2, 2018

Have the lives of young Dalits changed? – Rediff: Top Stories (India) April 2, 2018

Facebook data breach shows social media’s incompatibility with human rights – Top StoriesApril 2, 2018

Congress launches ‘Satyameva jayathe’ – Hindu: Rx April 2, 2018

Farmers insist on compensation under LA Act-2013 – Hindu: Policy & Issues April 2, 2018

Netanyahu suspends UN agreement on African migrants deportation – General News April 2, 2018

Kerala bandh affects movement buses – Hindu: Policy & Issues April 2, 2018 Getting on: Private vehicles were seen on city streets in substantial numbers on Monday despite the hartal during which public transport vehicles stayed off the road.

Strike draws active people’s participation in Kozhikode – Hindu: Home April 2, 2018

General strike remains largely peaceful in city – Hindu: Thiruvananthapuram April 2, 2018

Farmers’ organisation launches daily MSP alert – Hindu: Internet April 2, 2018

SCS: ‘It is now or never’ – Hindu: National April 2, 2018 Farmers at a meeting being addressed by All India Kisan Sabha vice-president Sarampally Mallareddy (not in picture) at Sidddipet on Monday.

ICR Staff Reporter

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