NIT Srinagar hit by protests as student groups clash over India-WI T20 match


Students block a road to protest against police action against students of National Institute of Technology (NIT) in Srinagar. AP


The students were protesting against Kashmiri students celebrating India's loss to the West Indies in the semi final of the T20 World Cup. AP



A security personnel guards the entrance to the National Institute of Technology (NIT), in Srinagar. AP


Police and CRPF personnel were deployed at the institute following tensions at the campus. PTI


A teacher who tried to intervene was also injured while a delivery boy of a courier company suffered damage to his arm. IBNLive


Both HRD Minister Smriti Irani and Home Minister Rajnath Singh have made statements on the crisis, saying that the situation is under control. IBNLive

Updated Date: Apr 07, 2016 16:33 PM

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