India, Dec. 22 -- Protests against the Centre's three contentious agricultural laws entered day 27 on Tuesday. The deadlock between the government and farmers' unions continues as the former has repeatedly stressed that it won't take back the laws while the unions are adamant that they want nothing short of a repeal. On Tuesday, farm union leaders said that they would discuss the Centre's invitation for the sixth round of talks, on Wednesday.

Here are the latest developments from day 27 of the anti-farm law protests:

1. Kulwant Singh Sandhu, a farmer leader from Punjab, said that farmers' unions will decide on Wednesday whether to accept Centre's invitation for the sixth round of talks and to decide a "convenient date" for the said meet...