JNU violence: VC calls for putting 'past behind' even as Delhi Police names Aishe Ghosh in FIRs; Mumbai's Gateway of India protests called off
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) vice chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar, under fire from students and faculty members for inaction when masked people unleashed violence inside the campus on 5 January, on Tuesday appealed to "put the past behind", even as the Delhi Police file two separate FIRs against JNU student union president Aishe Ghosh, who sustained a head injury in the incident.
Deepika Padukone joins JNU students in solidarity, sends out bold message from Bollywood, draws support on Twitter
Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone showed up at JNU on Tuesday to express solidarity with students who were injured in violence inside the varsity campus on Sunday
JNU Violence Updates: Deepika Padukone joins gathering at JNU's Sabarmati Hostel in solidarity with students
JNU Violence LIVE Updates: Deepika Padukone on Tuesday was present at JNU to express solidarity with students and faculty after the 5 January violence.
'Wanted to highlight restrictions imposed in Jammu and Kashmir', says Mumbai woman after her 'Free Kashmir' placard at JNU peace rally
Mehak Mirza Prabhu, a Mumbai woman, who raised 'Free Kashmir' banner at a rally for JNU, released a video saying that the thought that came to her mind on seeing the placard was about the basic constitutional rights of Kashmiris
Over 48 hours since JNU attack, no arrests or action against ABVP; Delhi Police's response starkly different from Jamia clashes
Nearly 48 hours after violence broke out at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in Delhi, the police are yet to make any arrests in the case.
Delhi Police taking help of video footage, facial recognition software to identify culprits of JNU attack, say govt sources
At least 34 people, including JNU Students' Union president Aishe Ghosh, were injured as chaos reigned on the campus for nearly two hours.
JNU violence: Protestors 'relocated' from Gateway of India to Azad Maidan to avoid inconvenience to citizens, claims Mumbai Police
On Monday, protests were organised near the Hutatma Chowk in Mumbai's Fort area, but later the permission was denied. A call was given that people join the protest in front of the Gateway of India. Demonstrations had started there after Sunday midnight.
JNU violence updates: Smriti Irani says universities shouldn't become political hubs, Twitter users point out Narendra Modi was 'young pracharak', ABVP associate
JNU violence LIVE updates: Soon after reports of the violence in JNU surfaced, Union minister Smriti Irani said that universities shouldn't be turned into "hubs of politics". 'Neither should students be used as political pawns,' she added. However, Twitter users quoted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's official website which said that he was also a 'young pracharak' and an associate of ABVP.
JNU violence: Congress’ Karan Singh slams M Jagadesh Kumar, calls university's Vice-Chancellor ‘completely ineffective’
Expressing shock at the events at JNU, former chancellor and senior Congress leader Karan Singh urged the Home Ministry to get the whole matter impartially probed
NCP’s Jitendra Awhad joins students protesting in Mumbai’s Gateway of India condemning violence at JNU
Maharashtra minister Jitendra Awhad of NCP joined the students at the protest and sat with them discussing their demands
JNU violence: Students from various colleges continue protests at Gateway of India in Mumbai, condemn attack on varsity
More students from various colleges in Mumbai joined the protest at the Gateway of India in Mumbai on Monday morning to condemn the violence at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi
‘Reminds of Nazi rule’: Congress’ Randeep Singh Surjewala condemns violence at JNU, accuses govt of harbouring enmity with country’s youth
Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala also accused the JNU administration of being complicit in the violent attack on Sunday night. It also alleged that the Delhi Police remained a mute spectator when students were being attacked by armed miscreants