University authorities said that a notification will soon be issued asking students to register for the event, which will likely be held in November
Daily Bulletin: India, Bangladesh set for pink-ball debut; in LS, Prakash Javadekar to speak about air pollution; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: India, Bangladesh set for pink-ball debut at Eden Gardens; HRD Ministry appointed panel to visit JNU on today for resolution of issues; and more
Shiv Sena slams Centre over 'inhuman lathi-charge' on JNU students in Saamana editorial, says govt shouldn't run amok
The Shiv Sena on Thursday targeted the Narendra Modi government over Delhi Police's 'inhuman' lathi-charge on JNU students, saying no government should run amok in this manner
JNU protests against hostel fee hike: University moves Delhi HC seeking contempt action against students, Delhi Police
The JNU claimed that the students had grossly violated the 9 August, 2017, order of the high court by holding a protest within 100 metres of the administrative block and affecting its day-to-day working, which has been disrupted since 28 October
JNU students protest over hostel fee hike: Over 100 protesters detained, several injured in 'baton charge'; CPM, RJD leaders extend support
JNU students, who have been agitating since three weeks against a hike in hostel fees and a draft hostel manual which imposes dress codes and curfew timings, on Monday took out a protest march towards the Parliament, where the Winter Session commenced
JNU Protest Updates: No question of withdrawing protest unless fees rolled back, says JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh
JNU Protest LIVE Updates: JNUSU president Aishe Gosh said they took out a peaceful march from JNU. "The police thought they would detain two office bearers and the movement would end, but every student is a leader," she said.
JNU protests: HRD Ministry appoints three-member committee to recommend ways to restore normal functioning of varsity
In the wake of the ongoing protests by the JNU Students' Union against hostel fee hike, the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry on Monday appointed a three-member committee to recommend ways to restore normal functioning of the varsity
JNU students to take rally to Parliament to protest against hostel fee hike today; demonstrators likely to appeal to MPs to take up cause
The Jawaharlal Nehru Students' Union (JNUSU) will take out a march to Parliament on Monday to protest against the hostel fee hike
Swami Vivekanand statue in JNU vandalised amid unrest over fee hike; varsity to file complaint against perpetrators
Objectionable messages, mostly directed towards right-wing outfits, were found written on the pedestal of a yet-to-be unveiled statue of Swami Vivekananda on the JNU campus on Thursday.
JNU stir over hostel fee hike: Delhi students protest against 'brutal police attack' on demonstrators
On Monday, thousands of JNU students clashed with police as their protest over fee hike on the varsity's convocation day escalated, forcing Union HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' to stay inside the AICTE premises for over six hours
Over 600 security personnel deployed at JNU fee hike protest, students were not lathicharged, claim Delhi Police
Thousands of JNU students clashed with the police as their protest over a steep fee hike escalated, leaving HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' stranded for over six hours at the venue of the varsity's convocation
JNU fee hike protest: JNUSU reiterates students demands, says 'we are facing academic emergency...shameful that V-C continues to hide'
Amid continuing agitations by the students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) , the JNU Student's Union (JNUSU) has released a statement condemning the "unprovoked violence" by the Delhi Police on protesting students
JNU student protests: Agitation over hostel fee hike escalates as students clash with cops; police use water canons
Students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) clashed with police outside the university campus in Delhi as protests by the JNUSU against the hostel fee hike and draft hostel manual continued for over six hours.
JNU students stage protest outside campus auditorium over fee hike, curfew timings, dress code; traffic affected near varsity
Hundreds of students staged protests outside the JNU over fee hike, curfew timings and dress code restrictions in the varsity.