Basic demand on fee hike met, calls for JNU VC's removal now not reasonable: HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal
"Over 80 per cent students have already registered for the winter semester. The students who want to study should not be disturbed. If our universities have to excel in global competition, we need to rise above these issues," he said.
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Kerala CM trying to implement CAA, NPR secretly: Congress
Leader of Opposition in the Assembly and Congress member Ramesh Chennithala alleged the Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan going ahead with the steps to implement the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act. His remark came just a few days after the Left government moved the Supreme Court against the said Act.
Seeing start of credit appetite, especially in the flow to NBFCs: Romesh Sobti
"The net slippages have come at 42 basis points compared to 46 basis points last year."
RS panel suggests dedicated system to prevent online abuse of children
A dedicated mechanism to deal with online sexual crimes on children and changes in the definition of 'child pornography' under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act are some of the recommendations that a panel of MPs looking into the impact of child pornography is likely to have suggested.
Rajya Sabha Panel submits report on tackling child porn, recommendations could include changes in POCSO Act
The panel may want the POSCO Act to consider as an offence the act of “advocating or counselling sexual activity” to a minor, and may want an international cyber crime reporting portal to facilitate the reporting of sexual crimes against children from all over the world. The panel is learnt to have submitted its report to RS chairman Venkaiah Naidu.
Call off agitation, basic demand agreed to: HRD ministry to JNU students after series of meetings
Officials of the ministry told the members of the students' union that they are not supposed to pay utility and service charges and the cost will be borne by the UGC as promised earlier. The ministry, however, remained non committal on other demands of the students including notification of the students' union and dropping of proctorial enquiries.
Country going through difficult times, says SC as it refuses urgent hearing on CAA
A bench headed by CJI Bobde expressed surprise over the petition and said this is the first time that someone is seeking that an Act be declared as constitutional.
JNU violence 'officially sponsored goondaism', perpetrators must be arrested: Congress
A group of masked people armed with sticks and rods attacked students and teachers and damaged property on the campus on Sunday night, prompting the university administration to call in the police.
Be more communicative with students, faculty: HRD Ministry officials advise JNU VC
The Left-controlled JNUSU and the ABVP have blamed each other for the violence that continued for two hours. That night, the HRD ministry sought an immediate report from the registrar. HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank,' said in Bhubaneswar on Monday that educational institutions cannot be allowed to become "political adda".
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Last-minute decision to back VC derailed JNU peace formula
The student agitation at the JNU campus almost ended a month ago, after a formula devised by the HRD ministry was agreed at the highest levels to restore normalcy in the university.
Won’t let universities become ‘adda’ of politics: HRD Minister on JNU violence
Bhubaneswar (Odisha), Jan 06 (ANI): Reacting to the attack on JNU students inside the university premises by masked goons on January 05, Uni...
Khelo India University Games to be held from February 22 in Bhubaneswar
"I am truly delighted to announce that the first edition of the Khelo India University Games will be held in Bhubaneswar. I am sure the true spirit of sportsmanship will be showcased during this event," Patnaik said at the launch of the Games, in the presence of sports minister Kiren Rijiju.
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