JNU violence: Four months on, police yet to take action, students still fearful and Right, Left continue blame game
A masked mob had attacked students and teachers in JNU on 5 January, but the Delhi Police has yet to take any action in the case
JNU research scholar accuses Manipur of harassing Pangal Muslims in newspaper article, state government responds with author's arrest
Chingiz Khan, a scholar of medieval history was first detained on 9 April and subsequently slapped with various sections of the Indian Penal Code which pertain to sedition, promoting enmity, public mischief and criminal conspiracy respectively.
Month on since JNU attack, Delhi Police yet to nab perpetrators: Testimonies call assault predetermined, 'impossible' without complicity of insiders, admin, cops
At the time when the masked goons had highjacked JNU campus, Delhi Police were busy filing an FIR against JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh, who, hours before, had her head split in the attack, and was later treated with 16 stitches.
Anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest enters eighth day in Nagpada's 'Mumbai Bagh' amid attempts to call off stir
A day after attempts were made by some groups to call off the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest at Nagpada in Mumbai, the stir, which has now come to be known as "Mumbai Bagh", entered its eighth day on Sunday.
JNUSU moves Delhi HC challenging administration's 'malafide' decision on amendments to hostel manual, including fee hike
On 5 January, JNU had witnessed protests after a masked mob attacked students and teachers inside the campus, leading to outrage across the country. JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh was among the injured.
JNU Teachers' Association demand judicial inquiry into 5 Jan violence inside varsity, call for removal of VC Jagadish Kumar
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers Association (JNUTA) on Friday demanded a judicial inquiry into the 5 January violence on the campus
JNUSU to continue boycott of semester registration process, says will ask JNUTA members to hold parallel classes
Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) said on Thursday it will continue to boycott the registration process for new semester and will request the teachers' body to take parallel classes.
Slogans on Kashmir in JNU, blackmailing tactics against VC, stalling of academic activities expose Left’s intellectual bullying
The so-called ‘uprising’ in JNU involved boycotting classes, not allowing faculty members to enter their laboratories, blocking ambulance service for an ailing Dean.
As vice-chancellors walk tightrope between protests and protocol, creation of room for dissent may remedy admin lapses at campuses
The violence witnessed within Jamia Millia Islamia, AMU and JNU stirred up a movement seeking safety within campuses all over the country, serving as a reminder of the strength of politics, but also showing the administrative heads of the affected institutions in a grim light
JNU registrar says campus is calm and academic, admin units functioning normally, even as some students, teachers boycott classes over fee hike row
The JNU administration said classes in many schools have begun for the new semester and the campus, while a section of students and teachers continued to abstain from classes amid standoff with authorities over the fee-hike issue
JNU violence: Delhi HC asks WhatsApp, Google to give information sought by police, orders university to submit CCTV footage of incident
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked WhatsApp and Google to preserve and provide information related to the JNU violence to police
Delhi Police to question two suspects in JNU violence case today; forensic officials to collect evidence from university campus
The Delhi Police's Crime Branch, which is probing the JNU violence case, on Tuesday will question two suspects and some who were injured in the attack by a masked mob on 5 January, officials said
Aishe Ghosh and three others appear for questioning before Delhi Police SIT regarding 5 Jan violence in JNU campus
Aishe Ghosh, the president of the JNU students' union, appeared for questioning before the special investigating team (SIT) of the Delhi Police's crime branch regarding the 5 January violence case. Three other students were also called in for questioning.
JNU violence: Delhi Police identifies masked woman in video as DU student; asks 49 students, including JNUSU chief Aishe Ghosh, to join probe
The Special Investigation Team set up by Delhi Police Crime Branch, which is looking into the violence carried out on 5 January inside Jawaharlal Nehru University campus on Monday identified a masked woman as a Delhi University student
JNUSU accuses Delhi Police and varsity administration of shielding ABVP, counters claims that servers were damaged
The JNUSU accused the Delhi police of shielding ABVP members and also questioned the authenticity of the videos and pictures being used by the police as evidence.
JNUSU press conference updates: ABVP members attacked women students and union office-bearers last week, alleges student body
JNUSU press conference updates:The students' union said the ABVP members hit women students even on 4 January and when JNUSU general secretary Satish Chandra Yadav intervened, they attacked him as well.
According to reports, thirty-seven people from the 60-member WhatsApp group named 'Unity Against Left' have been identified by the Special Investigation Team (SIT), set up the Delhi Police, sources in Delhi Police told ANI
JNU violence: Delhi Police names Aishe Ghosh, 8 others as suspects; JNUSU chief dares cops to make evidence public
Five days after at least 36 people were injured in the incident of violence in Jawaharlal Nehru University, the Delhi Police named JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh and eight others as suspects in the violence that took place between 3 to 5 January. However, the police didn't name any group for the brutal attack by masked goons on students and teachers in the evening on 5 January.
JNU violence updates: ABVP claims two of its activists named as suspects by Delhi Police not involved in 5 Jan attack
JNU violence LIVE updates: The RSS-affiliated ABVP on Friday claimed that two of its activists — Vikas Patel and Yogendra Bharadwaj — whose names were mentioned by Delhi Police as suspects in the JNU violence case, were not involved in the 5 January attack in the campus and it will share evidence to that effect with the police
'Learn VFX': Anurag Kashyap's response to Shefali Vaidya's tweet claiming Aishe Ghosh is faking her injuries
Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap on Friday taunted author Shefali Vaidya over her tweet in which she insinuated that one of the picture of JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh doing the rounds on social media had been fake.