Students behaving in a particular manner is understandable. Teachers not going to class isn’t acceptable: JNU Chancellor
On the resignation of economist Amit Bhaduri as professor emeritus, Saraswat said: “If a professor emeritus wants to give up the status, it is his wish. But how is he contributing by detaching himself from JNU? He is giving a wrong message because he has not gone into the details of the issue.
JNU students, teachers recall the January 5 night
JNU witnessed violence Sunday as masked and armed mob attacked students and faculty members...
JNU violence: Delhi Police releases images of some miscreants
In a big development in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) violence case, De...
JNU violence: Delhi Police reveals details of investigation so far
In a big development in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) violence case, Delhi Police on Friday released pictures of nine individuals su...
West Bengal Madrassa Managing Committee moves SC against verdict for appointing teachers by commission
A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde said that it will hear the plea of the Madrassa Managing Committee next week.
JNU students and teachers recall the January 5 night when an armed, masked mob attacked them
Police has rejected the charge that they did not reach JNU on time despite calls by students and teachers.
JNU violence: Teachers raise question on university's security, allege admin colluded with attackers
Hours after violence broke out at the JNU campus on Sunday, teachers raised questions on the university's security and alleged that the administration was hand in glove with the attackers.
Around 700 police personnel deployed outside JNU gates a day after violence
Violence broke out at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Sunday night as masked men armed with sticks and rods attacked students and teachers and damaged property on the campus, prompting the administration to call in police which conducted a flag march. At least 28 people were injured in clashes as chaos reigned on the campus for nearly two hours.
Arvind Kejriwal says shocked to know about violence on JNU campus
Members of JNU Students' Union and ABVP clashed on the campus Sunday evening, sources said, adding it happened during a public meeting organised by the JNU Teachers' Association. The students' union claimed that its president Aishe Ghosh and many other students were injured in stone-pelting by ABVP members.
View: Fixing Indian finance after the crisis
Lot of progress, from the emergence of a attuned software services industry and capital markets, is at risk.
Citizenship (Amendment) Act: IIM-Bangalore teachers, students write to PM, express solidarity with protesting students
"We call upon you to not trample the democratic rights of citizens to peacefully protest an unjust law. Non-violent civil disobedience is at the heart of our republic's founding. We urge you to ensure that students can protest peacefully,"
Citizenship (Amendment) Act stir in Delhi: Jamia Teachers' Association urges students to stay away from 'direction-less' protest
The Jamia Teachers' Association on Sunday condemned the violence against the amended citizenship act and said it was not part of the arson in south Delhi.
Premium, imported booze keeps Indian tipplers in high spirits
Indian-made foreign liquor (IMFL), with brands like Royal Stag, McDowell’s, Blenders Pride and Officer’s Choice account for over 70% of market yet the demand for locally-made liquors tapered off to grow at 1.2% during the first nine months of the calendar year, a sharp fall from 13% a year ago.
Over 30 JNU teachers condemn 'unprovoked police brutality' against protesting students
"We condemn in the strongest terms the unprovoked police brutality on the peaceful protest marches of JNU students against the illegal adoption of a revised hostel manual by the JNU administration and the proposed steep rise in fees," 31 members of the JNU's Faculty Feminist Collective said in a statement.
SC notice to centre on petition challenging CAA, NPR
The petition filed by West Bengal resident Israrul Haque Mondal has also challenged changes made in the passport and foreigner rules of 2015 and 2016, allowing non-Muslim refugees from Pak, Bangladesh and Afghanistan fleeing religious prosecution to stay on even though they may have entered the country illegally.
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