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The JNU Visually Challenged Students’ Forum had called for a demonstration against the lathicharge of Delhi Police and demanded justice for persons with disabilities
Singh said one group of students is behind the agitation as they can no longer do whatever they wish as they used to do earlier
JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh accused the police of paying no attention to the students' medical emergencies and manhandling female students
Nearly 42% of JNU students have family income less than Rs 12,000 a month. Can they afford the hike?
Data shows that 58 per cent of the students have shown a family income of more than Rs 12,000 per month. The other 42 per cent of them come from houses that earn Rs 12,000 or even less
Delhi Police file two FIRs for rioting with 'deadly weapons' in connection with JNU's March to Parliament
Thousands of JNU students had carried out a protest march yesterday towards the Parliament demanding complete fee rollback along with other demands
What Delhi Police told JNU's blind poet-student during assault: Andha hai toh protest mein kyun aaya?
Shashi Bhushan Pandey is no stranger to lathicharges. He has been protesting for students' rights and rights for the specially-abled right from school. He had gone viral for his singing and poetry
The JNUSU alleged in a tweet that the police switched off the street lights and “rampantly assaulted JNU students to disperse them”
Sandip was injured in a scuffle between students and the Delhi Police near the Kendriya Vidyalaya in JNU
"We will look into the allegation of lathicharge. We will speak to the students about it," the Delhi Police said urging JNU students for a discussion on the issue
Students were allowed to march towards the Parliament once they promised a peaceful march but were stopped a kilometre from the campus
The students were stopped just 1 km away from the JNU campus on Baba Gangnath Marg by the Delhi Police barricades
The order appointed three members to the committee and also added that the UGC will provide all the necessary support required
The students have been occupying the administration block, also referred to as Pink Palace, and have painted messages on the walls of the administration block
The JNU Teachers' Association (JNUTA) expressed concern over the deployment of police outside the varsity
The JNUSU had called for a united march across the streets of Delhi on November 18, 2019, to 'save public institutions of higher education'
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