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  • President of Passengers United advocacy coalition Charlton D'souza speaks at press conference calling on Governor Cuomo to resign amid allegation of sexual harassment and stop MTA service cuts at 633 3rd Avenue, Manhattan.

  • Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer holds a press conference on COVID Relief and Rescue package passed by the Senate at 785 3rd Avenue. Senator specifically talked about aid provided to New York State and localities in the package passed by the Senate. Roughly New York State will get about $100 billion in aid. Senator also referred questions about the allegation against Governor Anrew Cuomo to the investigation by Attorney General James.

  • A Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporter shows his body painted during a mass rally addressed by India's Prime Minster Narendra Modi ahead of the state legislative assembly elections at the Brigade Parade ground in Kolkata.

  • Demonstration of Italian Communist Party by Marco Rizzo against Draghi's government, calling it a government of banks and Confindustria. Demonstrators gathered in Piazza San Silvestro near the government headquarters to protest against Premier Mario Draghi, former president of the European Central Bank in Rome.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi being greeted during public meeting organised by BJP ahed of West Bengal assembly elections,at Brigade ground in Kolkata.

  • Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi addresses Bharatiya Janta Party or BJP activists during a election campaign rally at Brigade Parade Ground ahead of state legislative assembly election.

  • BJP, The ruling party of the Indian government, organises a mega rally at the Brigade parade ground in Kolkata for the upcoming state assembly election. The main attraction of this rally was the speech by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. BJP supporters from all over the state of West Bengal come to witness this.

  • Brigade rally of BJP for upcoming Bengal Assembly Election at brigade parade ground in Kolkata on Sunday.Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Kolkata on Sunday to address the rally at the Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata, West Bengal, where assembly elections will be held later this month. The Prime Minister landed in the city around 2pm, though the massive crowd had gathered at the venue hours before.

  • Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot meeting Danish Ambassador Freddy Svane at CM office in Jaipur. Animal Husbandry Minister Lal Chand Kataria and Principal Secretary Kuldeep Ranka is also seen. A Center of Excellence in dairy sector will soon be set up in Rajasthan with the help of Denmark.

  • A large of BJP supporters gathered in Kolkata's Brigade Parade ground. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi addressed his orange army. PM bashed ruling party of West Bengal TMC and promised for a "Sonar Bangla.

  • BJP Party members are going to participate in the Brigade rally ahead of the West Bengal state legislative assembly elections at Kolkata.

  • Public meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at Brigade Parade Ground or Kolkata maidan, ahead of the upcoming '2021 West Bengal Legislative Assembly Election'. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other national and state leaders addressed to such a large number of the BJP supporters for the first time in Kolkata.

  • Bharati Janata Party hosts rally before elections in West Bengal to address the citizens of West Bengal.

  • NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang poses with New Yorkers while he and volunteers collecting signatures to get on the ballot for Democratic party primary election on Columbus Circle. This year's mayoral campaign is wide open since there is no incumbent and is attracted more than two dozen candidates.

  • The Bangladesh Students Union gathered in the Dhanmondi area of ​​Dhaka to demand justice for the death of jailed writer Mushtaq under the Digital Security Act and to repeal the law. At the same time, they demanded the unconditional release of the activists detained in the movement. Dhaka 6 March 2021

  • Member of Left Front and Congress political party during a protest rally against hike in fuel price in Kolkata.

  • Paramilitary personnel on a route march and patrolling exercise ahead of Assembly Elections, at South Kolkata.

  • Army Choppers fly over the Brigade Parade Ground as part of security checks on the tomorrow event of Prime Minister Narendra Modis Election Campaign Rally for State Assembly polls.

  • No DAD (No Didattica a Distanza) protest in Naples, committees following the closure of schools in Campania decided by the Region until 14 March. Demonstration for the right to education one year after the closure of schools.

  • Supporters of Left Front and Congress party during a protest rally against the hike in fuel prices in Kolkata.

  • The Bangladesh Students Union gathered in the Dhanmondi area of ​​Dhaka to demand justice for the death of jailed writer Mushtaq under the Digital Security Act and to repeal the law. At the same time, they demanded the unconditional release of the activists detained in the movement. Dhaka 6 March 2021

  • Public meeting preparation of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at Brigade Parade Ground, that will be held on 7th March 2021, ahead of the upcoming '2021 West Bengal Legislative Assembly Election'. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address to a large number about 7 Lakh supporters (as expected) for the first time in Kolkata.

  • About twenty exponents of the "Sardine" Movement demonstrated under the national headquarters of the Democratic Party, led by Mattia Santori and Jasmine Cristallo, after the resignation of Secretary Nicola Zingaretti

  • Sit-in organized by volunteers of Baobab Experience association and other associations, near the Embassy of Croatia in Italy, in solidarity with all migrants who are trying to cross the border between Bosnia and Croatia and to protest against conditions inhumane where migrants are living in reception camps in Bosnia, symbolized with butterflies surrounded by barbed wire

  • West Bengal Chief Minster Mamata Banerjee announce All India Trinamool Congress candidate list for coming State Legislative Election.

  • The councilor for public works Alessandra Clemente and the councilor at the Marco Gaudini road network, they will visit the Arco station Mirelli of Line 6 of the Metro and Piazza della Repubblica, whose completion and arrangement works are now almost completed. In particular in Piazza della Repubblica the works for the creation of the roundabout with the installation of the restored monument to the Scugnizzo Neapolitan, which celebrates and recalls the popular uprising of Naples in '43 against the Nazis, and is nearing completion redevelopment of flower beds and gardens.

  • Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje being administered the COVID-19 vaccine, during a countrywide inoculation drive, at SMS Hospital in Jaipur. The second phase of the COVID-19 vaccination drive started for people 60 years of age and above.

  • Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with the Vice President of the European Commission and Commissioner for the Promotion of the European Lifestyle Margaritis Schinas. The vaccination of the citizens, the relevant certificate but also the new Immigration and Asylum Pact were the issues of the meeting.

  • Palazzo Chigi during the Council of Ministers, minister arrivals.

  • Protesters marched to Prime Minister office to demand for the abolish of the Digital Security Act. They also demand to withdraw the law before the next Independence Day and justice for the writer Mushtaq Ahmed in Dhaka .

  • Leftist student activists have staged a protest and torch procession at Dhaka's TSC to demand the Justice for killing of writer Mushtaq in prison, they also demanded the release of detained student leaders and the repeal of the Digital Security Act. The procession went from TSC to Shahbag, went around Doel Chattar again and ended at TSC. Dhaka 3 march 2021

  • A small group of protesters are calling for Gov. Cuomo's resignation following a series of sexual harassment accusations and an attempted coverup of nursing home deaths resulting from pandemic response mismanagement at 633 3rd Avenue. Protesters were outnumbered by members of the press. Protest was organized by Democratic Socialists of America, NY Communities for Change, Housing Justice for All and some other groups.

  • Benidorm, a city full of tourists all year round, can now be seen with hardly any people and with all the bars and shops closed due to sanitary restrictions. During the perimetal closure you cannot enter or leave the city. The vast majority of hotels remain closed and sealed due to the lack of national and extra tourists

  • Senior citizens being administered COVID-19 vaccine during a countrywide inoculation drive at Government hospital in Beawar. The second phase of the Covid-19 vaccination drive started for people 60 years of age and above. 70 years old Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also received his first dose of Corona vaccine at AIIMS in New Delhi on Monday.

  • U. S. Permanent Representative to UN Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield hybrid press briefing at UN Headquarters. Linda Thomas-Greenfield was nominated by President Joe Biden and confirmed by U. S. Senate. She is member of President cabinet and National Security Council.

  • Some new secretaries of Mario Draghi government leave Chigi Palace after oath

  • The Left Alliance's student organizations have launched a program to protest the 'murder' of writer Mushtaq Ahmed in prison, to demand the release of those arrested under the Digital Security Act and to repeal the Digital Security Act at Dhaka, Bangladesh on March 1, 2021.

  • The left front along with indian National congress and india secular front (ISF) allied together yesterday at Brigade Parrade ground in Kolkata after the annoucement of elections days in West Bengal, India by the Election commision of india. This triple alliance have the common aim to win the upcoming assembly elections with maximum seats. This Brigade chalo Rally turns out to be a lifeline for the triple alliance in order to reclaim their lost legacy.

  • Grand joint rally at Brigade Congres. ,Left front and Furfura cleric Abbas Siddique led by Indian Secular Front kicked off their campaign for the West Bengal Assembly Elections with grand joint rally at Kolkata's Brigade Parade Ground. Furfura sharif cleric Abbas Siddiqui and CPI(M) State leader Sujan Chakaraborty on stage brigade ground

  • A protest rally of left-wing student activists to protest the death of writer Mushtaq in prison under the Digital Security Act, They surrounded the Ministry of Home Affairs and demanded the release of detained leaders & abolish the digital security act. Dhaka 1 march 2021

  • The Left-Congress-ISF alliance kicked off their election campaign for the 2021 in Kolkata's Brigade Parade Ground. Supporters gathered by the lakhs to support the alliance.

  • The Communist Party Of India(Marxist) along with its other left wing tributaries and student unions called for this ‘Peoples Brigade’. Unlike previous years this time the left party held the hands of Indian National Congress(INC) and Indian Secular Front(ISF). The alliance with the newly emerging power of ISF led by Abbas Siddiqui,a prominent muslim face from the Furfura Sharif shrine,is quite notable and somewhat controversial for this brigade. Though it attracted a mass no of minority Muslims of Bengal towards the Brigade Parade Ground, the opposition didn’t miss the chance to target the CPI(M) for its deviation from ‘left ideology’. The brigade platform questioned both the state and central government of their corruption, bribery, abduction,…

  • General Secretary of Communist Party of India (Marxist) or CPI(M) Sitaram Yechury, CPI(M) State Secretary Surja Kanta Mishra, Left Front Chairman Biman Bose, Congress State President Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Indian Secular Front or ISF Chief Pirzada Abbas Siddiqui, an influential cleric of the shrine of Furfura Sharif, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, Bhupesh Baghel and Communist Party of India All India General Secretary D Raja with others Left, Congress, ISF during Left, Congress, ISF joint rally at Brigade Parade Ground ahead of State Assembly Election.

  • Leftist political groups staged a protest rally in Dhaka's Shahbagh today for the third day in a row over the death of writer and blogger Mushtaq Ahmed in prison under the Digital Security Act (Dsa). Speakers demanded the immediate release of detainees arrested in the movement and the repeal of the Digital Security Act. Dhaka 28 Feb 2021

  • The first public meeting of the United Alliance of Congress or INC (Indian National Congress), CPIM (Communist Party of India, Marxist) and ISF (Indian Secular Front) at Brigade Parade Ground, ahead of the upcoming '2021 West Bengal Legislative Assembly Election'.

  • Party members of Indian National Congress, Indian Secular Front (ISF) and Left parties are going to participate on the Brigade rally ahead of the West Bengal state legislative assembly elections in Kolkata.

  • A candle light vigil. Diffrent students activist of Indian left political parties demonstrate in New Delhi demanding the release of people who has been arrested one year back while demonstrating against CAA (Citizen ammendment Act) introduced by Govornment of India. Student wing of left orientation political party, demonstrating against the arrest of people, who demonstrated against the citizen ammendment act .

  • 15 boys and 7 girls (students) released by central jail in district Prayagraj. Students arrested by police during a protest against unemployment. Opposition leader Akhilesh Yadav raised question against UP Government "Now will lawsuits be sought even after seeking employment?".

  • Students and people gathered at Shahbag today to protest against the death of arrested in digital security act Writer Mushtaq Ahmed at central jail yesterday. Protesters said Bangladeshi authorities should conduct a swift, transparent, and independent investigation into the death of writer and commentator Mushtaq Ahmed in custody, and should release jailed political cartoonist Kabir Kishore unconditionally and investigate claims that he was subjected to physical abuse in custody. Ahmed was pronounced dead on arrival at the Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Medical College Hospital yesterday, 25 February in the central city of Gazipur, after being transported from the Kashimpur Jail; he had been held since May for allegedly violating the country’s…

  • Bharatiya Janata Party National President Shri J P Nadda at the city intellectual meet programme ahead the West Bengal for the coming Legislative Assembly polls in Kolkata.