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JNU violence not a national issue, college gang wars are quite normal in India: Kangana Ranaut

Students who are the fabric of our society should be sent to the Army to serve for at least one to two years and it should be made mandatory, Kangana Ranaut also said

Published on 9th January 2020
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Is India more divided or united: Panellists at ThinkEdu Conclave agree to disagree

Three out of four panellists noted that India has seen its worst division in its history, while the fourth disagreed

Published on 9th January 2020
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We cannot go on about $5 trillion economy when people are still dying of hunger: Sachin Pilot, Rajasthan Deputy CM

Pilot passionately spoke about how it is impossible for us to move forward as a country if we continue to have people living in abject poverty and starving every day

Published on 9th January 2020
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Students' dissent gives me hope: Shashi Tharoor on student protests across the country

From Buddha to Ambedkar, dissenters have always been a part of our history and it has a hallowed space in our country, Tharoor said

Published on 8th January 2020
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Deepika Padukone spotted at JNU during their protest against the violence on campus

None of the Bollywood biggies — Amitabh Bachchans, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan, among others — have reacted to the ongoing protests 

Published on 7th January 2020
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Police ask people to provide info on JNU attack, forensic teams look for clues on campus

The agency is scanning all CCTV footage of the incident and also the video clips uploaded on social media and circulated on WhatsApp, according to police

Published on 7th January 2020
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JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh slapped with FIR for 'vandalising campus','attacking security guards'  

In their statement, while condemning the incident, the administration pinned the blame on the students protesting against fee hike  

 

Published on 7th January 2020
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RSS-affiliated professors were promoting violence to break our movement: JNUSU Prez Aishe Ghosh

JNUSU Vice President Saket Moon said the students body called up the police for two hours but did not get any help

Published on 6th January 2020
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Here's why Anand Mangnale infiltrated a 'right-wing' WhatsApp group

Screenshots of WhatsApp messages in the group 'Unity against left' were being circulated widely

Published on 6th January 2020
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JNU student says Delhi Police weren't mute spectators but attacked her during #JNUViolence

Other female students have also complained of molestation and aggravated assault by the mob not just on Sunday but during the clashes on Saturday as well

Published on 6th January 2020
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Everyone has right to access care: IMA condemns attack on docs, nurses visiting JNU to treat injured

Demanding that the Union Health Ministry condemn the event and ensure safety and security of doctors and nurses, the IMA accused the Home Ministry of not doing enough to protect them  

 

Published on 6th January 2020
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Is JNU safe in the hands of someone engineering such violence? JNUTA writes to President demanding resignation of VC

The JNUTA also stated that some of the teachers have sustained head injuries and vehicles belonging to teachers were also smashed during the violence on campus on January 5

Published on 6th January 2020
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Who broke ABVP's Manish Jangid's hand? JNUSU General Secy blamed

Manish was on his way to the registration centre at the administration block when some he was attacked, he said

Published on 6th January 2020
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The WhatsApp saga surround JNU attack: Are those viral texts true or false? Here's the truth

Screenshots of messages from different WhatsApp groups, about JNU violence on Sunday, are going viral on social media platforms. But are they legitimate or are they made up

Published on 6th January 2020
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Police just stood there: JNU students recount Sunday's campus horrors

Police personnel were stationed on campus even before the violence started. There were 20 female students who were assaulted at Sabarmati T-Point

Published on 6th January 2020

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