editor and coordinator of PARI's coverage of the march: Sharmila Joshi,
editorial chief, PARI.
- Photo editor: Binaifer Bharucha.
- Content management team: Subuhi Jiwani, Samyukta Shastri, Sinchita Maji, Jyoti Shinoli.
Farmers from Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Telangana walked in the march on November 29, 2018, from Gurudwara Shri Bala Sahebji in south Delhi, to Ramila Maidan in central Delhi
December 05, 2018 | Anushka Jain
The Kisan Mukti Morcha on November 29-30, 2018, in Delhi was also an occasion for some snacks, smokes, games, phone videos, innovative ways of carrying personal items, and more
December 05, 2018 | Rahul M.
What were the specific and varying concerns of farmers from different states? We asked five farmers
December 05, 2018 | Chetana Borkar
At the November 29-30 farmers' march in Delhi, many came with traditional instruments that emphasised their identity, voice and demands
December 01, 2018 | Chetana Borkar
Farmers from Punjab and Himachal Pradesh walked from the overnight camp at Gurudwara Majnu Ka Tila in north Delhi to Ramlila Maidan in the central part of the city on November 29, alongside students who came out to support them
December 01, 2018 | Guru Dhamal and Binaifer Bharucha
On November 29, farmers who had spent the night at a camp in Bijwasan in south east Delhi, started off on the protest march to Ramlila Ground
November 30, 2018 | Chetana Borkar
Warli women farmers from Palghar district took three trains to reach Delhi for the farmers' march on November 29-30. In the crowded compartments, their songs of protest lightened the long journey
November 29, 2018 | Siddharth Adelkar and Himanshu Chutia Saikia
Among the first to arrive in Delhi for the march on November 29-30 was a group of Adivasi farmers from Vidarbha – they came to highlight many problems, but their main concern right now is a crushing drought