Sunday, 26 June, 2022
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Topic: JNU protest

Delhi govt gives nod to prosecute Kanhaiya Kumar in 2016 sedition case

The police had filed a charge sheet against Kumar among others for supporting seditious slogans allegedly raised on JNU campus on 9 February 2016.

Left groups created ‘atmosphere of violence’ in JNU : Yogi Adityanath

Addressing pro-CAA rally in Gwalior, the UP Chief Minister said left groups had spread lies which need to be countered by conducting an awareness campaigns.

IIMC alumni write to I&B ministry over 100% hike in fees in 10 years, demand roll back

IIMC students last week began an agitation demanding the roll back, which comes at a time the HRD ministry is dealing with an escalating JNU students protest over a similar demand.

JNU warns protesting students against boycotting exams, says they could lose studentship

A JNU circular cautioned students that they would be ineligible to register in the next semester if they boycotted exams, and will then cease to be bonafide students of the university.A JNU circular cautioned students that they would be ineligible to register in the next semester if they boycotted exams, and will then cease to be bonafide students of the university.

UGC gives funds, JNU partially rolls back hostel fee hike — service charges reduced to half

Service and utility charges for JNU hostels have been fixed at Rs 1,000 per month for general category students & Rs 500 for those in BPL category.

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.

Yamini Aiyar says restore faith in economic data, Naushad Forbes wants India in RCEP

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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.

JNU students to carry out protest march to Parliament on first day of winter session

Around 10 companies of police personnel have been deployed outside JNU and at entry points to Parliament as students plan to march in protest of the fee hike.

After hostel fee hike, JNU will become India’s most expensive central university

The JNU administration’s fee hike nearly doubles the annual expense for students living in hostels to Rs 55,000-61,000.

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