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Feb 02, 2020
Panel constituted by AMU to probe violence during anti-CAA protests asks students, staff to submit statements by 7 FebAs per the notification issued on Saturday, students and staffers at the AMU should submit their written statements to the probe panel by 7 February.
Jan 29, 2020
'No justification in keeping university open': AMU V-C Tariq Mansoor writes open letter as students continue to boycott classes, examinationsTariqMansoor, the Vice-Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has written an open letter to the students of the varsity, who have continued to boycott classes and examinations
Jan 27, 2020
AMU students block Aligarh-Moradabad highway, demand release of peer arrested for heckling V-C during Republic Day speechHundreds of AMU students overnight blocked traffic on the main Aligarh-Moradabad Highway demanding release of a student who was held for allegedly heckling the AMU Vice Chancellor during his Republic Day speech
Jan 15, 2020
After Jamia, AMU postpones exams citing unavoidable circumstances; new schedule will be released later, says noticeThe Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) on Wednesday postponed all University exams, citing unavoidable circumstances
May 09, 2018
AMU portrait row: Rajnath Singh meets VC Tariq Mansoor, assures all possible help from Centre to restore normalcyAligarh Muslim University Vice Chancellor Tariq Mansoor on Wednesday met Home Minister Rajnath Singh to discuss issues concerning the premier academic institution
May 08, 2018
Jinnah portrait row: AMU VC pens letter to students, says media trying to create 'negative image' of instituteAmid the ongoing controversy over portrait of Jinnah in AMU, the University's vice-chancellor issued a statement on Tuesday requesting students not to fall into trap of 'some forces'
May 02, 2018
AMU portrait row: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi confident that 'patriotic' administration, students will resolve matter with sensitivityUnion minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Wednesday said he was confident that the “patriotic” Aligarh Muslim University administration and the students there would resolve the row over the Pakistan founder's portrait with a "sensitive approach"