India’s land owners ‘scared’ of the coming solar eclipse

More than 100 Indian land owners and land users have gathered in the Indian capital, New Delhi, for a “Land of the Sun” rally.

The event was organised by a group called Indian Land Owners for Solar Power (ILOG).

It is organised by the Land and Water Development Ministry and is being held on Saturday.

The rally is being organised to counter the “massive solar eclipse” on Sunday.

On Sunday, it is expected that the moon will be completely covered by the sun and the sun will be partially eclipsed.

The lunar eclipse is the first of its kind, and the eclipse will also mark the 100th anniversary of the establishment of India.

A total solar eclipse occurs when the sun’s rays completely cover the sun, moon and earth in the same region.

The eclipse is a rare phenomenon in the solar system, but is not as visible to the naked eye as a total solar storm.