1. Punjab: Farmer unions allow train services to resume from Monday for 15 days  Mint
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  3. Quixplained: Why are trains not running in Punjab  The Indian Express
  4. Punjab CM Amarinder Singh calls farmers for talks today amid stir  Hindustan Times
  5. Agitating Punjab farmers agree to allow passenger train movement from November 23  Economic Times
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'Happy to share that starting 23rd Nov night, Kisan Unions have decided to end rail blockades for 15 days. I welcome this step since it will restore normalcy to our economy,' says CM Amarinder Singh.Farmers want talks over new farm laws to happen with Centre during the next 15 days or they say agitation will resume'Happy to share that starting 23rd Nov night, Kisan Unions have decided to end rail blockades for 15 days. I welcome this step since it will restore normalcy to our economy,' says CM Amarinder Singh.Farmers want talks over new farm laws to happen with Centre during the next 15 days or they say agitation will resume

Punjab: Farmer unions allow train services to resume from Monday for 15 days

Punjab farmers who had set up rail blockades across the state to protest the centre's controversial farm laws will allow trains (both passenger and goods) to resume service from Monday night, it was announced Saturday after a meeting with Amarinder SinghPunjab farmers who had set up rail blockades across the state to protest the centre's controversial farm laws will allow trains (both passenger and goods) to resume service from Monday night, it was announced Saturday after a meeting with Amarinder Singh

Punjab Farmers Allow Trains To Run From Monday, Talks To Continue

The protesting farmers claim to have vacated all the tracks but says they will only allow goods trains to run. The Railways, however, has made it clear that it will either run both passengers and the goods trains or none at all.The protesting farmers claim to have vacated all the tracks but says they will only allow goods trains to run. The Railways, however, has made it clear that it will either run both passengers and the goods trains or none at all.

Quixplained: Why are trains not running in Punjab | Explained News,The Indian Express

The farmers are up in arms against three farm laws passed in Parliament. They say these laws are a deterrent to their interest.The farmers are up in arms against three farm laws passed in Parliament. They say these laws are a deterrent to their interest.

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh calls farmers for talks today amid stir - india news - Hindustan Times

The Bharti Kisan Union President, however, warned of resumption of blockade if the Central government fails to hold talks with the farmers’ representatives in the next 15 days to address their concerns.The Bharti Kisan Union President, however, warned of resumption of blockade if the Central government fails to hold talks with the farmers’ representatives in the next 15 days to address their concerns.

Punjab farmers accept CM Amarinder’s request, announce total lifting of rail blockade from Monday | India News,The Indian Express

No goods trains have entered Punjab in over a month and a half, except for two days in late October.No goods trains have entered Punjab in over a month and a half, except for two days in late October.

Indian Railways Suffers Loss Of Rs 2,220 Crore As Punjab Protesters Continue To Block Rail Operations

Chandigarh, November 21 Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday offered all possible help to Delhi in managing its spiralling Covid cases, even as he lauded the “unsung heroes”Offers help to Delhi to manage Covid crisis Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday offered all possible help to Delhi in managing its spiralling Covid cases, even as he lauded the “unsung heroes” of Punjab for their excellent work in handling the pandemic in the state, while assuring full preparedness by his government

Second Covid wave striking Punjab is a certainty, says Amarinder : The Tribune India

India News: The Punjab farmers who are protesting against three new farm laws have decided to lift their rail blockade from November 23. The farmers' unions said India News: The Punjab farmers who are protesting against three new farm laws have decided to lift their rail blockade from November 23. The farmers' unions said

Agitating farmers in Punjab allow train services to resume from November 23 | India News - Times of India

The unprecedented stoppage of all train services in Punjab completed its 56th day on Friday. A total 2,352 passenger trains have been cancelled or diverted since farmers began a protest in September against the Centre's new farm laws.The unprecedented stoppage of all train services in Punjab completed its 56th day on Friday. A total 2,352 passenger trains have been cancelled or diverted since farmers began a protest in September against the Centre's new farm laws.

Punjab farmers protest away from tracks but Railways won’t run trains | India News,The Indian Express

Punjab CM said this would restore normalcy and requested the central government to resume rail services Punjab CM said this would restore normalcy and requested the central government to resume rail services

Farm bill row | Punjab farmers end blockades for 15 days, allow train services to resume from November 23

The farmer unions in Punjab on Saturday, 21 November, announced the resumption of all trains from Monday, 23 November for 15 days and sought the Centre to open talks regarding the controversial farm bills.The farmers have been protesting by blocking roads and railway tracks against the farm laws since early September.

Punjab Farmers Announce Train Resumption, Seek Talks With Centre

The protesting farmer unions in Punjab have allowed all train services to resume from tomorrow but with a warning that if talks with the Centre do not progress in the next 15 days, the agitation will resume.The protesting farmer unions in Punjab have allowed all train services to resume from tomorrow but with a warning that if talks with the Centre do not progress in the next 15 days, the agitation will resume.

Punjab farmers allow trains to resume, say if talks don’t progress protests will resume - India News

Question of pride, they say as logjam with Railways drags on.Question of pride, they say as logjam with Railways drags on.

With tents and langar, farmers take over station parking area | India News,The Indian Express

The farmers' unions, however, warned that they would resume the agitation in 15 days if the Centre fails to address and resolve their issues within that period.The farmers' unions, however, warned that they would resume the agitation in 15 days if the Centre fails to address and resolve their issues within that period.

The meeting with the CM also comes days ahead of Delhi Chalo protest on November 26-27, which will see participation of around 500 farm outfits from across the country including those from Punjab.The meeting with the CM also comes days ahead of Delhi Chalo protest on November 26-27, which will see participation of around 500 farm outfits from across the country including those from Punjab.

Amarinder Singh to meet farmer unions today | India News,The Indian Express

A total 2,352 passenger trains have been cancelled or diverted since farmers began a protest in September against the Centre's new farm laws.A total 2,352 passenger trains have been cancelled or diverted since farmers began a protest in September against the Centre's new farm laws.

Punjab farmer protests: It’s a matter of security, we won’t be dictated, says Railways | India News,The Indian Express

The decision by the members of a conglomerate of 30 farmer unions came after a meeting with Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh.

After meeting with CM Amarinder Singh, Punjab farmers allow trains to run from Monday – ThePrint

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The farmer unions announced they will be allowing resumption of all trains from for 15 days starting Monday evening, during which the central government should hold talks with them.The farmer unions announced they will be allowing resumption of all trains from for 15 days starting Monday evening, during which the central government should hold talks with them.

Agitating Punjab Farmers Allow Trains to Run For 15 Days, Demand Talks With Centre

Chief Minister Amarinder Singh assured full preparedness by his government to augment healthcare facilities to prepare for a possible second wave of the pandemic. Chief Minister Amarinder Singh assured full preparedness by his government to augment healthcare facilities to prepare for a possible second wave of the pandemic.

Punjab Ready to Help Delhi Govt to Fight Covid-19 Crisis, Says Amarinder Singh

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Urea and di-ammonium phosphate are in extremely short supply in the state as both sides slug it outUrea and di-ammonium phosphate are in extremely short supply in the state as both sides slug it out

Deadlock between Centre, Punjab unions leaves wheat tillers in limbo at sowing time

“Nobody knows when a second wave will strike Punjab... but it is an almost certain eventuality”“Nobody knows when a second wave will strike Punjab... but it is an almost certain eventuality”

Coronavirus | Ready to help Delhi fight pandemic, says Amarinder Singh - The Hindu

Singh also lauded the healthcare and frontline workers of Punjab for their excellent work in handling the pandemic in the state.Singh also lauded the healthcare and frontline workers of Punjab for their excellent work in handling the pandemic in the state.

Punjab ready to help Delhi govt combat Covid crisis, says CM Amarinder Singh

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Punjab’s Industries and Commerce department says across five cities, 41,441 industrial units have been affected by the Railways' decision to halt services citing protests by farmers as the reason.Punjab’s Industries and Commerce department says across five cities, 41,441 industrial units have been affected by the Railways' decision to halt services citing protests by farmers as the reason.

As Freeze on Train Movement Bleeds Punjab of Rs 21,000 Crore, Farmers Hold Centre Responsible