THE HIMALAYAN TALK: INDIAN GOVERNMENT FOOD SECURITY PROGRAM RISKIER

http://youtu.be/NrcmNEjaN8c The government of India has announced food security program ahead of elections in 2014. We discussed the issue with Palash Biswas in Kolkata today. http://youtu.be/NrcmNEjaN8c Ahead of Elections, India's Cabinet Approves Food Security Program ______________________________________________________ By JIM YARDLEY http://india.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/07/04/indias-cabinet-passes-food-security-law/

THE HIMALAYAN TALK: PALASH BISWAS CRITICAL OF BAMCEF LEADERSHIP

[Palash Biswas, one of the BAMCEF leaders and editors for Indian Express spoke to us from Kolkata today and criticized BAMCEF leadership in New Delhi, which according to him, is messing up with Nepalese indigenous peoples also. He also flayed MP Jay Narayan Prasad Nishad, who recently offered a Puja in his New Delhi home for Narendra Modi's victory in 2014.]

THE HIMALAYAN DISASTER: TRANSNATIONAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT MECHANISM A MUST

We talked with Palash Biswas, an editor for Indian Express in Kolkata today also. He urged that there must a transnational disaster management mechanism to avert such scale disaster in the Himalayas. http://youtu.be/7IzWUpRECJM

THE HIMALAYAN TALK: PALASH BISWAS LASHES OUT KATHMANDU INT'L 'MULVASI' CONFERENCE

अहिले भर्खर कोलकता भारतमा हामीले पलाश विश्वाससंग काठमाडौँमा आज भै रहेको अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय मूलवासी सम्मेलनको बारेमा कुराकानी गर्यौ । उहाले भन्नु भयो सो सम्मेलन 'नेपालको आदिवासी जनजातिहरुको आन्दोलनलाई कम्जोर बनाउने षडयन्त्र हो।' http://youtu.be/j8GXlmSBbbk

THE HIMALAYAN TALK: PALASH BISWAS LASHES OUT KATHMANDU INT'L 'MULVASI' CONFERENCE

अहिले भर्खर कोलकता भारतमा हामीले पलाश विश्वाससंग काठमाडौँमा आज भै रहेको अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय मूलवासी सम्मेलनको बारेमा कुराकानी गर्यौ । उहाले भन्नु भयो सो सम्मेलन 'नेपालको आदिवासी जनजातिहरुको आन्दोलनलाई कम्जोर बनाउने षडयन्त्र हो।' http://youtu.be/j8GXlmSBbbk

THE HIMALAYAN TALK: PALASH BISWAS BLASTS INDIANS THAT CLAIM BUDDHA WAS BORN IN INDIA

THE HIMALAYAN VOICE: PALASH BISWAS DISCUSSES RAM MANDIR

Published on 10 Apr 2013 Palash Biswas spoke to us from Kolkota and shared his views on Visho Hindu Parashid's programme from tomorrow ( April 11, 2013) to build Ram Mandir in disputed Ayodhya. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77cZuBunAGk

THE HIMALAYAN TALK: PALSH BISWAS FLAYS SOUTH ASIAN GOVERNM

Palash Biswas, lashed out those 1% people in the government in New Delhi for failure of delivery and creating hosts of problems everywhere in South Asia. http://youtu.be/lD2_V7CB2Is

Palash Biswas on BAMCEF UNIFICATION!

THE HIMALAYAN TALK: PALASH BISWAS ON NEPALI SENTIMENT, GORKHALAND, KUMAON AND GARHWAL ETC.and BAMCEF UNIFICATION! Published on Mar 19, 2013 The Himalayan Voice Cambridge, Massachusetts United States of America

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Published on 10 Mar 2013 ALL INDIA BAMCEF UNIFICATION CONFERENCE HELD AT Dr.B. R. AMBEDKAR BHAVAN,DADAR,MUMBAI ON 2ND AND 3RD MARCH 2013. Mr.PALASH BISWAS (JOURNALIST -KOLKATA) DELIVERING HER SPEECH. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLL-n6MrcoM http://youtu.be/oLL-n6MrcoM

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THE HIMALAYAN TALK: PALASH BISWAS CRITICIZES GOVT FOR WORLD`S BIGGEST BLACK OUT

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Palash Biswas on Citizenship Amendment Act

Mr. PALASH BISWAS DELIVERING SPEECH AT BAMCEF PROGRAM AT NAGPUR ON 17 & 18 SEPTEMBER 2003 Sub:- CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT ACT 2003 http://youtu.be/zGDfsLzxTXo

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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Protesters march on London against student fees

Protesters march on London against student fees

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London student protest 9 November 2011: One London Wall

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London student protest 9 November 2011: Arrest of Occupy protestors in Trafalgar Square

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London student protest 9 November 2011: Scuffles with police on new fetter lane

guardian.co.uk - ‎Nov 9, 2011‎
Scuffles with police on new fetter lane...protesters getting frustrated with police tactics of stopping every 10metres.

London student protest 9 November 2011: New Occupy camp in Trafalgar Square

guardian.co.uk - ‎Nov 9, 2011‎
Leon is one of the new protestors in Trafalgar Square and explains why they are here. He's been sleeping at the Finsbury Square occupy camp.

Tensions as student protesters march in London

AFP - ‎21 hours ago‎
LONDON — Thousands of students marched through London on Wednesday against cuts to university funding, facing off against police armed with rubber bullets amid fears of a repeat of violent protests last year. Police cleared a group of protesters who ...

London students march amid heavy police presence

Vanguard - ‎18 hours ago‎
LONDON (AFP) – Thousands of students marched through London Wednesday against cuts in university funding as a massive police operation prevented a repeat of the violence at similar protests a year ago. Organisers said 10000 people joined the march ...

London student protest over fees draws thousands

The Associated Press - ‎20 hours ago‎
LONDON (AP) — Amid a heavy police presence, thousands of students marched through central London on Wednesday to protest cuts to public spending and a big increase in university tuition fees. Police said more than 2000 people took part in the march, ...

Student march in London to decry cuts and fee-hikes

euronews - ‎21 hours ago‎
http://www.euronews.net/ An estimated 10000 people have marched through London in a protest over tuition fees. In addition to fees being tripled at some universities, a number of educational institutions are also facing budget cuts leading to a ...

Student Protest in London Finance District Passes Off Peacefully

BusinessWeek - ‎18 hours ago‎
9 (Bloomberg) -- A protest by UK students in London's financial district against education budget cuts and higher tuition fees passed off largely peacefully, after thousands of police were deployed to prevent possible violence. At least 2000 protesters ...

London Student Protest Over Fees Draws Thousands

Fox News - ‎21 hours ago‎
9, 2011: Students and campaigners march through the streets of London to protest against higher tuition fees and government cuts. LONDON -- Thousands of students marched through central London on Wednesday to protest cuts to public spending and a big ...

Student protests in London: Tents pitched in Trafalgar Square

TNT Magazine - ‎22 minutes ago‎
A band of protesters has broken away from the student march that is storming London and set up tents in Trafalgar Square. Thousands of students have taken to the streets today to protest the hike in university tuition fees. It comes almost a year after ...

Thousands of students in London protest tuition fee hike

USA Today - ‎20 hours ago‎
LONDON (AP) – Thousands of students marched through central London on Wednesday to protest cuts to public spending and a big increase in university tuition fees. By Ben Stansall, AFP/Getty Images Studentprotesters march in London on Wednesday, ...

Scuffles mark protest by students in London

IBNLive.com - ‎20 hours ago‎
PTI London: Thousands of students on Wednesday protested against allowing market forces to drive higher education in Britain, prompting authorities to beef up security amid fears of violence. A heavy police presence strictly controlled thousands of ...

London student protest - 'not a quiet affair'

Channel 4 News - ‎18 hours ago‎
After the 2010 student protests, there was speculation today's London demo against education cuts would be similarly violent. But a sizeable police presence meant there was only sporadic disruption. To view this video you will need to have Adobe Flash ...

London student protest over fees draws thousands

Albany Times Union - ‎19 hours ago‎
Students and campaigners march through the streets of London to protest against higher tuition fees and government cuts, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011. Some 4000 police officers were deployed along the route, which wound from the University ofLondon to the ...

Students marching against tuition fees met with 'total policing' tactics

The Guardian - ‎12 hours ago‎
London student protests: a street-level view. Credit: Richard Sprenger, John Domokos, Elliot Smith and Christian Bennett Link to this video Thousands of students and demonstrators marched through London to protest against tuition fees and the ...

Thousands of students march through London

New Zealand Herald - ‎20 hours ago‎
British police officers walk in front of students from across the UK as they march during a protest in central London. Photo / AP Thousands of students marched through London against cuts to university funding, facing off against police armed with...

Students Protest in London's City Against Fees, Budget Cuts

BusinessWeek - ‎Nov 9, 2011‎
9 (Bloomberg) -- UK students will demonstrate in London's financial district today against education budget cuts and increased tuition fees, with police on standby to prevent a repetition of violence that marred similar protests last year. ...

24 arrested in London student tuition protest

CNN International - ‎19 hours ago‎
By the CNN Wire Staff Police clear protesters as students in London take part in a demonstration against higher tuition fees. London (CNN) -- Twenty-four people were arrested Wednesday during a London student protest over increased tuition fees,...

Student fees protest: London braced after year of violent incidents

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎Nov 8, 2011‎
The large-scale student demonstration through the heart of central London on Wednesday will again place authorities under pressure following several violent incidents in the capital over the past year. All quiet? Anti-riot police in Hackney, ...

Student protesters march through central London

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎Nov 9, 2011‎
Thousands of students have taken to the streets of the capital to protest against a rise in tuition fees. Students marched through London on Wednesday in the latest display of anger against the government's austerity measures, with police promising a ...

London student protest over fees draws thousands

msnbc.com (blog) - ‎19 hours ago‎
Lefteris Pitarakis / AP British police officers scuffle with students during a protest march in central London, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011. Students marched through London Wednesday to protest cuts to public spending and a big increase in tuition fees. ...

Students March Through London Against Cuts & Fees

Demotix - ‎16 hours ago‎
Despite police attempts to provoke them, more than 5000 student protesters against fees increases and cuts in services marched through London largely peacefully keeping to the agreed route. London UK, 09/11/2011 Despite police attempts to provoke them, ...

Police take charge of students' protest in London

London24 - ‎15 hours ago‎
Fears that scenes of violence and destruction would scar today's protest by students in central Londonappear to have been unfounded. To send a link to this page to a friend, simply enter their email address below. The message will include the name and ...

Police brace for violence as students march in London

Times of Oman - ‎Nov 9, 2011‎
London: Thousands of students headed to London Wednesday to march against cuts to higher education funding, as a huge police operation sought to head off any repeat of violent protests one year ago. Scotland Yard has deployed 4000 officers to police ...

Arrests made as students march in London against higher tuition fees

Metro - ‎16 hours ago‎
Police have confirmed several people have been arrested this afternoon as thousands of students take to the streets of central London to protest against higher tuition fees, with groups setting up camps in Trafalgar Square by pitching pop-up tents. ...

Students to Protest in London's City Against Fees, Budget Cuts

Bloomberg - ‎Nov 9, 2011‎
Legal and General Investment Management Holdings Ltd., a financial asset-manager whose office is near Moorgate, said in a press release it had restricted access to the building because of the demonstration.Students to Protest in London's City Against ...

http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/11/10/thousands-of-students-take-to-londons-streets-to-protest-tuition-hikes/?iid=sl-main-mostpop1

London Calling: Students Flood the Streets to Protest Tuition Hikes

Thousands of students flooded London's streets on November 9 to protest rising education fees.
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On Wednesday, thousands of students and supporters marched in protest of education cuts and tuition hikes for England's universities. Supported by the Occupy London movement, it was originally thought that 10,000 people would turn up to protest. (Estimates suggest that around half that number turned up.) Around midday the students gathered in central London, near the University of London and began marching through the city's streets with placards and megaphones.

Rachel Turner, a 19-year-old protester who is currently on a gap year but plans on attending university next year, said she was marching because, like most of the protesters there, she thought "tuition fees being raised to 9,000 pounds is ridiculous." The chants of the crowd agreed with her. Others could be heard shouting "You say cut back, we say fight back" and "No ifs, no buts, no education cuts" throughout the day.

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As the march carried on, it was accompanied by nearly 4,000 police officers who maintained that they were there to ensure the protest went smoothly. Last year, when students first began protesting these hikes, demonstrations spiraled out of control as a fraction of the tens of thousands protesting became destructive. Back then, police arrested 153 people for invading a Conservative party building and launching items at police.

Clearly, police wanted to avoid a repeat and came fully prepared. In the days leading up to the demonstration, the Met sent out hundreds of letters to those who'd been involved in the previous protest, warning them they could be arrested for attending Wednesday's event. The police force also made it clear that officers would be armed with rubber bullets in case things got out of control – a controversial move that drew a lot of criticism and intensified the debate.

Yet, either the measures were effective or extraneous, as Wednesday's march kicked off peacefully. Early on in the day a police officer told TIME in passing that the force's main concern was to keep the protest peaceful and "keep them away from Trafalgar and Parliament Square." As the march,  organized by National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts, had previously mapped out a route, the thousands of officers were there to ensure that the march stayed on track. With a row of horse-mounted police leading the way, and hundreds of officers flanking the students, the protest wound its way through the streets.

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Though there was a boisterous mood in the air for the most part, there were some who expressed anger towards the police and the day wasn't incident free. Around 24 people were arrested, according to police, for minor scraps and wearing face coverings, something the Met had specifically warned people against doing. When the march neared Trafalgar Square, about two hours into the protest, a fraction of the group broke off and began to pitch tents in the area, mirroring the Occupy movement that's been taking place around the world. However, police were quick to clear the square as the march continued on.

While many protesters complained that the police had come out in unnecessary numbers and were intimidating with their barricades and riot gear, most of the officers seemed to be in a good mood. Many could be seen joking with protesters and prior to the demonstration, several officers were handing out maps to those wanting to join. Harriet Wood, an 18-year-old student at the University of Sussex said of the police, "they're really nice. They're just doing their job really, they have to be here."

By 5 p.m., the protesters had reached their destination at London Wall, where the atmosphere was festive. Music blared from speakers on wheels, and students milled about, the chanting giving way to chatting. The police warned the crowds that they couldn't hang around the area for too long, and by 6 p.m. the protesters had dispersed. Several were heading to St. Paul's Cathedral, where Occupy London continues to camp out, as the anti-greed protest had organized a show.

Altogether, the day was peaceful and the mood was pleasant. Early on in the day, taking note of the sunny skies and temperature nearing 60 degrees, a curly-haired protester who looked about 17 said to his fellow marchers, "it's a lovely day for a protest." And it was.

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Student Protest in London Goes Peacefully

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Students take part in a demonstration against higher tuition fees and privatisation in universities on November 9, 2011 in London. Photographer: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

A protest by U.K. students in London's financial district against education budget cuts and higher tuition fees passed off largely peacefully, after thousands of police were deployed to prevent possible violence.

At least 2,000 protesters marched through the center of the city before staging a rally at London Wall. Television pictures showed the marchers surrounded by lines of policemen. Extra police were brought in from outside the capital and U.K. media reported that 4,000 officers were on duty. Twenty people were arrested, 12 of them for breach of the peace, the capital's Metropolitan Police said in an e-mailed statement.

The police action was aimed at halting a repeat of the violence in central London in December after the House of Commons voted to allow universities to triple annual tuition fees to as much as 9,000 pounds ($14,350). Demonstrators and police clashed around Parliament, protesters attempted to break into the Treasury and attacked Prince Charles's car in the West End. In August, politicians criticized police for taking several days to halt rioting and looting that month.

"Officers are deployed to facilitate peaceful protests and that is the aim," the Met said in a statement before the march. "There are a range of tactics available if there is criminality and violence associated with the event. One of these is the authority to deploy baton rounds in extreme circumstances," though such ammunition was not carried by officers policing the route today.

Some protesters who broke away from the march erected tents in Trafalgar Square, pictures broadcast by BBC television showed. Police later moved in to remove the tents and demonstrators.

Tented Camps

The campaign organizers, the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts, said today's protest was directed toward the City, as the financial district is known, partly to coincide with the anti-capitalism demonstrations that have seen tented camps set up outside St. Paul's Cathedral and in Finsbury Square, near Moorgate.

The campaigners said they were aiming to overturn government proposals published in June to encourage universities to compete for students and to remove quotas that cap a college's intake.

To contact the reporters on this story: Eddie Buckle in London at ebuckle@bloomberg.net; Namitha Jagadeesh in London at njagadeesh@bloomberg.net


To contact the editor responsible for this story: Colin Keatinge at ckeatinge@bloomberg.net

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A plea for all universities to push for ethical investment

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