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How Google Maps helped JNU's visually challenged students stop police from scuttling their protest

The JNU Visually Challenged Students’ Forum had called for a demonstration against the lathicharge of Delhi Police and demanded justice for persons with disabilities

Published on 20th November 2019
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JNU students accuse Delhi Police of manhandling women protestors, say there were no female cops

JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh accused the police of paying no attention to the students' medical emergencies and manhandling female students

Published on 19th November 2019
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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

Published on 19th November 2019
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Remember this 'bloody' face from JNU protest? He isn't even a student anymore

Sandip was injured in a scuffle between students and the Delhi Police near the Kendriya Vidyalaya in JNU

Published on 18th November 2019
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Will speak to JNU students about the allegation of lathicharge: Delhi Police

"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

Published on 18th November 2019
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JNU protests rock Delhi once more, students say no to MHRD's 'high-power' peace committee

Students were allowed to march towards the Parliament once they promised a peaceful march but were stopped a kilometre from the campus

Published on 18th November 2019
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Delhi Police detains JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh as students try to push through barricades

The students were stopped just 1 km away from the JNU campus on Baba Gangnath Marg by the Delhi Police barricades

Published on 18th November 2019
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JNUSU to start march to Parliament soon as they convince Delhi Police to let them go

The JNUSU had called for a united march across the streets of Delhi on November 18, 2019, to 'save public institutions of higher education'

Published on 18th November 2019
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JNU students will not accept degree at convocation if demands are not met

The students stressed that they will not boycott the convocation but simply not participate. They will go in but refuse to accept the degree as their next manner of protest

Published on 8th November 2019
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Delhi Police accepts JNU students' satirical complaint to find 'missing' VC

CRPF jawans were spotted on campus near the Birsa Munda Marg. A JNU student unionist put out a tweet followed by several others asking why there were special forces on campus

Published on 4th November 2019
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JNU grinds to a halt as students call for university strike demanding revocation of new hostel rules

The strike was called on Tuesday as students are protesting various issues including hostel fee hike, electricity charges and the draft hostel manual

Published on 29th October 2019
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JNU cancels hostel administration meeting after students protest fee hike, dress code

The draft was to be passed today but the administration has decided to adjourn the meeting after several students turned up and protested

Published on 28th October 2019
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JNU students' sit-in enters Day 2: No lock, stock action from administration yet

The students have been protesting against the university's decision to lock the union room as they said that there is no recognised union at JNU at the moment

Published on 18th October 2019
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Why is JNU calling its Students' Union illegal? Answer: Not paying GST & legal trouble

The 2018-19 Union cabinet was not notified because their accounts didn't factor in GST, neither did the current cabinet. The Dean says to prevent misuse he needed to lock it

Published on 17th October 2019
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A place where we celebrated democracy: What the JNUSU office means to students and why they won't let it go

Students on campus say that the office is one of the very few spaces on campus that remained for democratic dialogue and debate. Will they be allowed to keep this space? 

 

Published on 16th October 2019

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