12 November 1969: The day when the ‘Syndicate’ expelled the then Indian PM Indira Gandhi from the Congress party
Indira Gandhi was expelled from the party on the grounds of "fostering a cult of personality" and violating party discipline
‘Don’t throw me into the streets’: Sister Lucy Kalapurra argues her own case in Kerala HC challenging her eviction from convent
As no lawyer was ready to take the case of sister Lucy Kalapurra, she had to fight her case herself in the Kerala High Court
UK: PoK-origin MP Nazir Ahmed, who organised ‘Black Day’ protest against India, quits House of Lords facing expulsion on charges of sexual assault
Nazir Ahmed was facing expulsion from the House of Lords for breaching the Code of Conduct when he resigned on 14 Nov.
AMU Student Union denies link to letter ‘expelling’ VC and Registrar, one group say its fake, other group stands by the letter
A letter, allegedly written by AMU student union expelling Vice-Chancellor and Registrar of the university, had gone viral
Uttar Pradesh: Congress party expels 11 senior leaders, including Indira Gandhi’s trusted aide, on charges of ‘indiscipline’
Ram Krishna Dwivedi, a Congress veteran and Indira Gandhi's close aide, had defeated a former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh in a byelection from Maniram constituency of Gorakhpur in 1971.
While Jena was a former Union Minister in the previous UPA government, the Dalit leader, Sagaria represented Koraput in the state assembly