JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh said that the students were demanding the reopening of campuses and timely disbursement of fellowships
Meet Arya Rajendran, India's youngest mayor: 21-year-old CPM member vows to prioritise healthcare, continue her studies
Arya is a second year BSc mathematics student at the All Saints College in Thiruvananthapuram and is also a state committee member of the Students Federation of India. She is also the state president of Balasangam, the children's wing of the CPM
The Ministry of Home Affairs had permitted competitive training starting 15 October and swimmers across select states that have resumed activities have been slowly but steadily getting back to the sport.
SFI won't hold meets until all states open pools, says national swimming federation after unveiling long-term roadmap
SFI's strategic roadmap looks at several factors: creating a national talent pool; setting up a national database for swimmers, coaches and academies; having an education and certification pathway for Indian coaches; having a talent-scouting structure.
Olympic hopefuls to be given priority, says Swimming Federation after re-opening of pools gets green light
In the Ministry of Home Affairs' (MHA) latest guidelines on easing of lockdown restrictions, swimming pools being used for training of sports persons have been given permission to open across the country from 15 October.
Undergrad Bangladeshi student at Visva Bharati University asked to leave India in 15 days for engaging in 'anti-govt' activities
A Bangladeshi student of Visva Bharati University has been asked by the home ministry to leave the country for reportedly engaging in 'anti-government activities'
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee's anti-CAA book 'Nagarikatta Aatanko' sold out in Kolkata book fair
At SFI stall, over 800 copies of two booklets on proposed nationwide NRC, CAA have been sold out
SFI, AISA members surround BJP's Rahul Sinha at Kolkata book fair, raise anti-CAA slogans; police detains five protesters
Bidhannagar Police confirmed the incident and said five protesters were detained
Visva Bharati prohibits all staff from speaking to media on varsity-related matter without prior permission of authorities
Visva Bharati university said any public statement, which teaching, non-teaching staff wish to air, should be sent to assistant registrar and public relations in-charge Anirban Sircar in writing from now on
Not allowed to enter Ambedkar University, Prakash Karat delivers talk on CAA outside varsity gate; admin cites model code of conduct
Karat addressed the students while standing outside the varsity gate, which was locked. Police personnel were deployed outside the gate.
Narendra Modi in West Bengal: Left-affiliated students protest against Mamata Banerjee meeting PM, say will dilute fight against CAA
Left students were protesting against her meeting Modi at the Raj Bhavan and sharing the stage with him at a function later in the evening on the first day of his two-day visit to the state
Swapan Dasgupta’s lecture on CAA stalled by SFI protest at Kolkata’s Visva Bharati University, students say won’t allow anyone who ‘promotes hatred’
BJP MP Swapan Dasgupta, who was scheduled to deliver a lecture on Wednesday at the Visva Bharati University on the Citizenship Amendment Act, faced protests by members of the CPM-backed SFI who also stalled the programme.
From Babul Supriyo attack to screening Buddha in a Traffic Jam, all the times Jadavpur University students have clashed over ideology
West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, accompanied by a sizeable police force, had to rush to the Jadavpur University on Thursday, when students heckled union minister Babul Supriyo, showing him black flags and refusing to let him leave the campus
JU fracas: Not just BJP-TMC turf war, assault on Babul Supryio exposes conceit, hypocrisy of Left-liberal brigade
The attempt to sanctify the heckling and manhandling of Union minister Babul Supriyo at Jadavpur University campus as an 'organic expression' of 'righteous anger' against 'fascism' is a stark example of how conceited and narcissistic liberalism has become
Jadavpur University students clash with Babul Supriyo: BJP holds Kolkata rally to protest against 'assault' on Union minister
The BJP on Friday took out a rally in the city to protest against the assault on Union Minister Babul Supriyo at Jadavpur University.
Union minister Babul Supriyo slams Jadavpur University students who protested against him, says they will be 'rehabilitated mentally'
Describing the students who protested against him at a university here as 'cowards and hooligans', Union minister Babul Supriyo on Friday said that they would not be dealt with in the same manner as they had done, but 'rehabilitated mentally'
JNUSU polls 2019 sees highest voter turnout in 7 years; Delhi HC orders stay on announcement of results
Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union polls witnessed a 67.9 per cent voter turnout on Friday, believed to be the highest in seven years, even as the Delhi High Court ordered a stay on the announcement of results.
JNUSU Elections 2019: BAPSA-Fraternity alliance a step against Islamophobia, challenges monopoly of Brahmanical Left and Right in JNU politics
The BAPSA-Fraternity alliance in the JNUSU elections 2019 is a historic episode in the JNU campus where both savarna Brahmanical Left and Right have had a monopoly for decades in terms of institutional and political access
Toll in Kerala floods, landslides rises to 116; ground penetrating radars being used to locate bodies in Malappuram, Wayanad
After the second spell of the monsoon rains triggered landslides in Kerala, over 80,000 people were shifted to relief camps.
Encephalitis fever in Bihar: Activists protest outside Delhi's Bihar Bhawan, seek Nitish Kumar's resignation over death of children
Activists from various organisations held a protest outside Bihar Bhawan over the death of more than 100 children due to encephalitis and asked for the resignation of Bihar CM Nitish Kumar.