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Since many had already gone home, BAPSA decided that the members could help out in their individual capacities in their own hometowns
The names, they said, would remind them about all the hardships they conquered amid the lockdown, ahead of successful delivery on the intervening night of March 26-27
The girls tried to go back to the hostel when they had nowhere else to go. But the authorities were not only reluctant to let them in but also threatened to take disciplinary action
Members of the pan-IIT community - faculty, scientists, researchers, students and alumni issued a joint statement condemning the actions of the state 'in their individual capacities'
Keeping in mind the ongoing health emergency, the women residents of the Dhaka Complex said that they would continue their struggle symbolically till March 31
The students had said that they will adhere to the lockdown directives and will not venture out but were asked to leave anyway
A battle won, a war to win: 1 of 5 DU girls hostels extend curfew till midnight. Will others follow suit?
The final decision about the NESHW curfew timings will be discussed in a managing body meeting which will have professors and relevant authorities
Months after blackening the Hindutva icon's bust in DU, NSUI now blackens Savarkar road signage in JNU
In a Whatsapp message, JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh said: "Shame on the legacy of JNU that this man's name has been put up in this university."
With many students going home after the Coronavirus outbreak, the administration decided to install a road name board. Some are outrages, other nonplussed. What is the big deal?
The residents of Ambedkar Ganguly Students House for Women have been protesting against the hostel curfew since February 27
On Wednesday, the students marched from their library to the main gate, spoke on why they did not want the VC to be on the search committee
Madras University will be saffronised: APSC protests against JNU VC's appointment to search committee
The APSC released a statement describe the JNU VC as a person who denied basic rights of students to protest and "targeted leftist students like Kanhaiya Kumar
Even though any formal dialogue is yet to start, there have been changes in the demeanour of the hostel staff and administration after the protests gained force, claim the students
The students had gone for a march to the VC's residence. But before they went it had started raining and they put the mattresses and beddings they were using for the sit-in inside
DU Provost extends entry time to girls' hostel to 10 pm, hostellers are still not satisfied. Here's why
The girls in the UGHG hostel had complained about the quality of drinking water, poor quality of food, improper medical facilities and maintenance failures at the hostel but nothing changed
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