BHU SVDV Protests
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A few weeks ago, headlines went viral about protests at BHU against a newly appointed professor of Sanskrit who happened to be Muslim.
BHU: SVDV students finally vindicated, Dr Firoze Khan resigns, will join Arts faculty to teach Sanskrit
Sources have informed OpIndia that Dr Firoze Khan has resigned from the SVDV faculty late on Monday night.
BHU protest: After the 10-day time limit given to management ended, SVDV students sharpen their agitation
The protest by BHU students against appointment of professor Firoz Khan in the SVDV dept continues unabated
BHU professor Firoz Khan said that his statements are being distorted and misrepresented by media
BHU protests: Students seek ‘Bheeksha’ to raise awareness for their cause, RSS reverses stand, Mahants come out in support
The Sadhus and Sants have come out strongly in support of the protesting BHU students of the SVDV faculty.
Interview: ‘We have truth on our side, we will win,’ SVDV scholars and alumni clear misconceptions spread by media
Protests against the appointment of Firoz Khan to the faculty of SVDV at BHU continue.
BHU protest: Prof Vashisht Tripathi blames VC, said chaos could have been avoided if management had followed rules
The protesting BHU students had organised a consultation meeting at Assi ghat in Varanasi on 26 November.
BHU students organise Rudhrabhishek as part of agitation against appointment of non-Hindu to the faculty of theology
Protests by students on the appointment of Dr Feroz Khan in the Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vigyan faculty of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) entered its 20th day today
BHU Protests: Emeritus Professors of SVDV write to President Kovind, slam the appointment of Firoz Khan
The letter written by two professors to the President of India has been signed by 50 professors.
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