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#WhatTheFAQ: What happened at #JNUCampus during screening of BBC's controversial documentary?
India: The Modi Question is a documentary by BBC about the riots in Gujarat in 2002 and it was banned by the Indian government as the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) called it a "propaganda piece"
'I feel happy to hear the whole country call me Ammi, just the way my Najeeb did'
Fatima Nafis has been fighting to find her son Najeeb Ahmed, who disappeared from JNU more than two years back. She shares her journey with us
A liberating space for all: JNU VC on democracy, inclusivity and dissent on campus
"NDS, IMA and all the brances of the Indian Armed Forces get their degrees from JNU. So, if JNU is anti-national then the Indian military also has to be anti-national," says the JNU VC
ABVP members allegedly attack students at Pondicherry University for attending screening of BBC documentary on PM Modi
Ahead of the screening, the university administration allegedly cut off the WiFi connection and threatened to interrupt the power supply as well
Ambedkar University officials cut power in attempt to stop BBC's PM Modi documentary screening, protests erupt
Protests erupted at Delhi's Ambedkar University today, January 27, after the electricity was cut off following the announcement of the screening of the controversial BBC documentary
AMU students to screen documentary on Hitler to protest against CAA
The students will also screen the documentary - Stateless, an Unconventional Story of New India also with the film on Hitler at Bab-E-Syed this evening
Anatomy of a witch-hunt in modern India: Why you need to watch Sachin Mudigonda's docu Testimony of Ana
The film has taught him the importance of faith, Sachin Mudigonda tells Prajanma Das. But it has also made him a different man. Here's how
Anthems around Ambedkarism: This duo is documenting and digitisation Maharashtra’s anti-caste songs
The reason why these songs have not found a more mainstream presence so far is because the field is dominated by upper castes, which is why the duo say they want to create this 'Bookmobile'
At the intersection of government, farmers and artisans lies Odisha's Krushi Bhavan and this 25-year-old's thought-provoking documentary
Titled Whose Dreams? Whose City? is a thought-provoking documentary that asks poignant questions about farmers, public art and beyond
BBC Documentary and The Kashmir files screened by different student groups at UoH
ABVP students staged a protest outside the campus’ main gate alleging that the college security personnel were not letting students inside
BBC documentary row: Delhi HC asks DU to file response on student's plea against debarment
The court said that the disciplinary authority ought to have allowed Lokesh Chugh to be heard
BBC documentary row: DU forms 7-member committee to investigate campus unrest over BBC documentary on PM Modi
On January 27, unrest erupted outside the Faculty of Arts, DU, over an attempted screening of the controversial BBC documentary on PM Modi
BBC documentary screening at DU: Students question move to form panel to investigate violence
The students association, AISA, questioned how such programmes and protests can be called a "breach of discipline"
BBC documentary screening: Debarred by DU, NSUI Secretary Lokesh Chugh shares his story
The debarment order came after Lokesh Chugh had submitted his PhD thesis and had also paid the fees online
BBC documentary screening: DU's administration says they "cannot allow" it
National Students' Union of India and the Bhim Army Student Federation said they will screen the film at different times in North Campus
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