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File image of JNU vice-chancellor Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar | Photo: PTI

JNU students with no internet will take exams when they return, rest appearing now: VC Kumar

In an interview to ThePrint, JNU vice-chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar spoke about the university’s online mode of education, the arrests of students and 5 January violence.
Students protest at JNU main gate

Delhi court refuses to hear JNU violence case, says only urgent matters will be heard

The court was hearing a plea filed by Sucharita Sen, who suffered head injuries during the attack by masked people inside the campus on 5 January.
Window pane broken during Sunday's attack in JNU | Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Delhi court to hear plea seeking registration of FIR in case linked to JNU violence

The court decided to hear the matter Tuesday on a plea by filed by Professor Sucharita Sen, who suffered head injuries during the attack by masked people inside the campus.
Amulya Patnaik

Under political pressure or a scapegoat? Where Delhi Police chief Amulya Patnaik went wrong

Though Amulya Patnaik has been known for his 'honesty' and 'sense of judgement', many now see him as a Delhi Police commissioner who failed his force during the riots.
The Sabarmati Hostel in JNU was attacked by a masked mob on Sunday night

23 days and counting: No FIRs in JNU violence even after 40 complaints by students, faculty

Main complainants include JNU professors Sucharita Sen and Shukla Sawant, and assistant professor Mohinder Singh. Complaints call attack ‘predetermined’.
Sharjeel Imam

Delhi Police to probe Sharjeel Imam role in ‘instigating’ violence at Jamia Nagar, JNU

Delhi Police says JNU student Sharjeel Imam, arrested from Bihar, made inflammatory speeches at Jamia Nagar on 13 December.
Protest against attack on JNU campus | Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint

JNU students have time and again upheld what it means to be a “national” university

Set up in 1969, JNU was conceived at a unique moment in global academic history. So-called utopian universities were being set up across the world.
Students protest at JNU main gate

‘Protect India’s universities’ — Nature editorial says govt must step in to stop violence

Science journal Nature also criticises CAA, and says authorities must heed PM Modi's scientific adviser K. VijayRaghavan who said there's no place for violence in campuses.
The Sabarmati Hostel in JNU was attacked by a masked mob on Sunday night

WhatsApp, Google asked to provide information related to JNU attack

The Delhi High Court asked Delhi police to seize phones of members who were part of two WhatsApp groups via which the attack on JNU students and teachers was allegedly coordinated.
The Supreme Court in New Delhi| Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

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People waiting to enter a supermarket have their identity documents checked by staff in Singapore (Representational image) | Photo: Roslan Rahman | Getty Images/AFP via Bloomberg

Don’t ignore the good news on Covid-19 from Asia

The perception of an Asian advantage often falls prey to essentialist thinking — that somehow the East's values, politics and culture is letting it do things the West can't.
An Airbus Group SE A320neo passenger jet operated by IndiGo

IndiGo to trim fleet size over 2 years as Covid pandemic rages on

IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta said the airline hasn’t engaged in any 'major renegotiation' with Airbus SE on new deliveries, but it will keep returning as many as 40 older planes a year.


An army convoy moving towards the Zojilla pass in Drass (representational image) | ANI

These are the measures China has proposed to ease tensions at LAC in Ladakh

Over a series of meetings, China has made several suggestions to de-escalate tensions at the border, but India has rejected them since they boost Beijing's strategic position.
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Trump or Biden? Doesn’t matter to India-US ties as they’re in a full, strategic embrace

Pompeo & Esper’s visit to India for the 2+2 talks is proof that old hypocrisies are history, and supreme national interest has again driven a strategic choice.