The Delhi HC issued notices to the Centre, the UPSC, Suresh Chavhanke and listed the matter for hearing on 7 September
Delhi Riots: 23-weeks pregnant Jamia student Safoora Zargar gets bail from HC on humanitarian ground
The Delhi High Court Tuesday granted bail to Safoora Zargar, the pregnant Jamia university student who was arrested under anti-terror law UAPA in a case related to communal violence in northeast Delhi during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, as Solicitor General Tushar Mehta did not oppose the court's decision on humanitarian grounds.
Pregnancy not ground for bail, Delhi Police tells HC in response to Jamia student Safoora Zargar's petition
The Delhi Police, in its status report opposing Zargar's bail plea, said a clear and cogent case has been made out against the accused woman and as such she is not entitled for bail for the grave and serious offences.
Indian upper caste outrage against racism in the West is in jarring contrast to apathy towards marginalised at home
While 'Black Lives Matter' needs and deserves all the attention coming its way, the sudden outrage by India's upper caste on this issue seems rather hypocritical, considering their long history of brutality against Dalits and Adivasis.
Jamia Millia Islamia University cancels end-semester offline exams due to COVID-19; assessments to be done via online examination
The Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) University has issued a notification stating that assessment of terminal/final semester/year students of all courses shall be done on the basis of online examination given by the teachers
22-yr-old Jamia law student booked for Instagram post over Handwara encounter after plaint from Bajrang Dal member: Report
A 22-year-old law student of New Delhi's Jamia Millia Islamia University was booked for an Instagram post over the 3 May Handwara encounter after a Bajrang Dal office bearer filed a complaint, Indian Express reported.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Jamia Millia Islamia, citing lockdown extensions, tells students to vacate hostels and go home
The Jamia Millia Islamia (JNU) on Friday directed hostellers to vacate their rooms and return home after the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) allowed the use of trains for ferrying people stranded due to the nationwide lockdown to their respective states.
Jamia violence: Delhi Police serves notices to 10 students in 15 Dec case, asks them to appear for questioning
The Delhi Police on Wednesday served notices to 10 Jamia Millia Islamia students asking them to appear before it for questioning in connection with the 15 December violence during an anti-CAA protest and alleged police crackdown at the university subsequently.
Jamia violence: Delhi Police visits university library after CCTV footage of crackdown on 15 Dec; personnel to analyse extent of damage
A Delhi Police Crime Branch team visited the Jamia Millia Islamia campus on Tuesday as a series of videos of the 15 December violence inside the university emerged over the past few days.
Another video of 15 Dec Jamia violence surfaces; CCTV footage shows trapped students as Delhi Police personnel break surveillance cameras
Another video in which Delhi police and paramilitary forces can be seen attacking unarmed students of Jamia Millia Islamia University inside its library reading room has emerged on Monday. In a five-minute long video, released by Maktoob media, several students can be seen entering the old reading room, dragging a table to the door to block entry. The video further shows the paramilitary and police personnel, in riot gear, storming into the library, removing the tables and then assaulting the students with lathis.
WATCH: CCTV footage from 15 Dec shows Jamia students being thrashed by Delhi Police, paramilitary forces in library; fake visuals, say cops
Jamia had turned into a battlefield as police entered the campus to look for outsiders who were involved in incidents of violence and arson a few metres away from the educational institute during the protest.
Delhi Police hit us in private parts during lathi-charge, claim protesters after anti-CAA march to Parliament from Jamia halted
Hundreds of protesters, including residents of Jamia Nagar and students of the Jamia Millia Islamia university, faced-off with after they were stopped from marching towards Parliament.
Jamia firing: Delhi Police's Crime Branch arrests 25-year-old wrestler from Uttar Pradesh for supplying weapon to shooter
The Delhi Police's Crime Branch has arrested a wrestler for supplying a weapon to the juvenile who opened fire on anti-CAA protesters outside the Jamia Millia Islamia university last week, officials said on Monday.
JNU violence: Arvind Kejriwal says Delhi Police capable of maintaining law and order but given instructions to 'just stand, not take any action'
The Delhi Police is very capable of maintaining law and order but is given instructions to 'just stand and not take any action', Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday in reference to the recent violence at JNU and Jamia Millia Islamia University
CAA stir: RAF files complaint against 1,000 Aligarh Muslim University students for rioting, damaging public property
On Tuesday, 1,200 unidentified people, including students, teachers and non-teaching staff of the AMU, were booked for alleged violation of prohibitory orders under Section 144, CrPC as they took out a candlelight march.
CAA protests: Writer, activist Arundhati Roy joins movement against policy that will 'break the back of our Constitution'
Arundhati Roy, who has been known to speak up against contentious policies has now questioned: Are we going to stand in line once again, obediently, and comply with this policy that eerily resembles the 1935 Nuremberg Laws of the Third Reich?
Kangana Ranaut says most Bollywood celebrities were highly privileged and self-obsessed.
Mammootty, Parvathy, Dulquer Salmaan among Malayalam artistes to condemn brutality against CAA protests
In his post, Mammootty said Indians could only move ahead as a nation when the people manage to look above "caste, creed, religion, and other considerations."
Citizenship Amendment Act protests: How world media covered India's crackdown on protesters in wake of passage of CAB
A nation already drawing negative headlines from the western media over the prolonged civil restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir, India is now making the first page of international dailies as protests against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act spread across the nation
CAA protests: Police crackdown natural response to rioting, but in era of misinformation and fake news, whoever sets narrative wins
The use of tear gas and lathi on students protesting against CAA by the Delhi Police was in response to the acts of violence and pelting of stones on the police