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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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JNU protests 'politically motivated', fee hike issue an excuse: Giriraj Singh

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

Published on 19th November 2019
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Delhi Police file FIR against vandalism of JNU admin block, security officer submits video evidence

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

Published on 17th November 2019
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Who vandalised the yet-to-be unveiled Swami Vivekananda statue at JNU?

Following the statue vandalism incident, the JNU administration has filed a complaint with the Delhi Police along with several video and photographic evidences

Published on 15th November 2019
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JNU Vivekananda Statue row: Engineering department hadn't sought permissions, says RTI reply

The Vivekananda statue's construction in JNU has been sparking controversies for a while now. The RTI was filed by the JNUSU President  

Published on 7th August 2019
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Today, Ambedkar and Periyar would have been called seditious. When India's biggest student unionists debated dissent

The right-wing panelists said that while dissent was important it was not right to criticise the country

Published on 14th February 2019
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JNUSU accuses administartion of illegally felling trees for Vivekananda statue

The JNUSU President N Sai Balaji filed two RTIs asking the administration if they had the permission to fell trees and also the source of their funds for the statue

Published on 11th February 2019
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JNU Court asks teachers, students not to lie to the media, but fails to address any concerns raised by them

The JNU Court is the supreme statutory body of the university which meets once in a year and the Chancellor of the university presides over this meeting

Published on 7th December 2018

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