Venkaiah Naidu adjourns Rajya Sabha till 2 pm after Opposition uproar over Delhi police action on JNU students, detention of J&K leaders
The Rajya Sabha members were unrelenting and continued to raise the issues from their seats. Naidu called for Zero Hour mentions but with Opposition members unrelenting, he adjourned the proceedings till 2 pm.
JNU issued show-cause notice to 48 professors for protesting against vice-chancellor's policies, claim teachers
The JNU administration on Thursday issued show-cause notices to 48 teachers for allegedly participating in a day strike on 31 July against the policies implemented by the vice chancellor, said a varsity professor
Attack on Umar Khalid: Delhi court sends accused to two-day police custody after cops say custodial interrogation required
A Delhi court on Tuesday sent two people, who had allegedly attacked JNU student leader Umar Khalid in front of the Constitution Club, to two-day police custody. The incident took place on 13 August and they were arrested from Haryana a week later.
Najeeb Ahmed case: Delhi court to hear CBI plea in connection with missing JNU student on 27 October
A court in New Delhi said it will hear on 27 October CBI plea for polygraphy tests on nine students in connection with the missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed.
A proctorial inquiry committee of JNU has issued show cause notices to around 15 students for staging a gherao early this year
The appellate authority, which heard the pleas of the 21 JNU students who were penalised in connection with the controversial 9 February event, has found all of them guilty of indiscipline even as the financial penalty imposed on some of them has been reduced.
Academics from West Bengal have expressed solidarity with the agitating students of JNU, and urged the vice-chancellor to hold a dialogue with the students
We don’t know how we – professors and students at JNU who are involved in the most nationalistic of all causes, imparting and taking in knowledge – have suddenly become anti-nationals
Once upon a time, that hooded sweatshirt with ‘JNU’ painted in bold letters on it was an object of envy for non-JNUites. It was worn by students of the university with pride and some intellectual swagger. In the last one week things have changed though. Now wearing it can lead you to being branded ‘anti-national’ and probably land you in trouble.
Nine JNU students on Tuesday called off their hunger strike against the alleged delay in justice to Rohith Vemula.
Students, under the banner of JNU Students' Union, were scheduled to protest outside Gujarat Bhawan, but police did not allow them and took their bus, in which they were travelling, to Jantar Mantar where they staged protest