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Sports Ministry restores recognition of Gymnastics Federation of India after 10 years
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Sports Ministry restores recognition of Gymnastics Federation of India after 10 years

The GFI was de-recognised by the ministry in 2011 because of infighting in the body and since then it remained so till the ministry's order on Friday to recognise it.

JNU research scholar accuses Manipur of harassing Pangal Muslims in newspaper article, state government responds with author's arrest
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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.

Manipur University violence: High court suspends pro-V-C, registrar in charge; 17 students detained after clashes with police
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Manipur University violence: High court suspends pro-V-C, registrar in charge; 17 students detained after clashes with police

The clashes on Wednesday came amid a mass casual leave by nearly all the professors in the varsity to protest against the delay in the unconditional release and withdrawal of FIR lodged against the professors, students and staff.

Manipur University meltdown shows no signs of mellowing, six student bodies declare 48-hour strike from tomorrow
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Manipur University meltdown shows no signs of mellowing, six student bodies declare 48-hour strike from tomorrow

Y Yugindro Singh, the pro-vice-chancellor on whose complaint the police action took place resulting in the arrest of 89 students and six teachers has suspended the arrested professors.

Manipur High Court warns government officials over economic blockade
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Manipur High Court warns government officials over economic blockade

The Manipur High Court on Wednesday issued a stern warning to secretaries of the central government to comply with the court directives or face action.