A 22-year-old Indian climate activist has been arrested after sharing a document intended to help farmers protest against new agricultural laws.
Ravi is accused of sedition and criminal conspiracy, reports the BBC.
The document she shared - a "toolkit" which suggests ways of helping the farmers - was first posted by the prominent campaigner Greta Thunberg.
The protests, now in their third month, mark the biggest challenge India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has faced.
New laws loosen rules around the sale, pricing and storage of farm produce which have protected India's farmers from the free market for decades.
Farmers fear that the new laws will threaten decades-old concessions - such as assured prices - and weaken their bargaining power, leaving them vulnerable to exploitation by private companies.
The Modi government has offered to suspend the laws but the farmers want them replaced altogether.