Friday, 27 May, 2022
TopicJNU hostel fee hike

Topic: JNU hostel fee hike

JNU defends fee hike, says 89% of its hostellers get financial aid, tuition cost lowest

JNU administration has issued a 66-page statement to justify its reasons for increasing hostel fee even as student protest against the decision continues.

Modi govt is targeting JNU because it never produced right-wing leaders, says Shiv Sena

In mouthpiece Saamana, Sena says it was unfortunate that the govt, under the garb of maintaining law and order, is trying to crush all voices of dissent.

Amit Shah meets HRD minister Pokhriyal over JNU protests, asks for quick resolution

The meeting is significant because JNU students have alleged police atrocities during their protest, and Delhi Police is controlled by Amit Shah’s home ministry.

Delhi Police register 2 FIRs over JNU students’ protest

Hundreds of JNU students carried out a march Monday, bringing several parts of the capital to a halt. According to the police, nearly 30 personnel and 15 students were injured in the eight-hour protest.

HRD ministry forms 3-member panel to resolve JNU stand-off over hostel fee hike

In a letter sent to JNU Monday, the Ministry of Human Resource Development asked the university to “normalise” its functioning soon.

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Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and former PM Imran Khan | Photos from Facebook

Jinnah said Pakistan would be a ‘laboratory’. Experiments by Imran, Shehbaz prove him so right

If Yasin Malik’s sentence is a call for condemnation, then why is the establishment forgetting Hafiz Saeed? But neither Shehbaz nor Imran Khan would take note.

RBI sets aside more money for rainy day, payout drops

The central bank approved the transfer of 303.1 billion rupees to the government from its surplus funds, a third of the 991.2 billion rupees it had given last year.


NSA Ajit Doval with NSAs from the other countries at the meeting at Dushanbe, Tajikistan | Photo: Courtesy the NSA's office

NSA Ajit Doval pushes for ‘terror free’ Afghanistan, says India stands with Afghan people

Doval's comments came at 4th Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan attended by national security advisors from Tajikistan, India, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Kyrgyzstan & China.

Mandir or Masjid? New surveys not needed, just acceptance of truth & move towards reconciliation

That temples were destroyed and mosques built is undisputed history. The past can’t be changed, but we can’t deny the wrongs of the past either before we consider reconciliation.