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Fringe group Hindu Raksha Dal claims responsibility for violence at JNU, says the university is hotbed of anti-national activities

Hindu Raksha Dal leader Pinky Chaudhary releases video message claiming responsibility for JNU violence

Fact-Check: Bhutan is not going to charge mandatory fee of $250 per head per day from tourists from India, Bangladesh and Maldives

Times of India publishes misleading report saying Bhutan has imposed $250 per day tariff for travellers from India

JNU protests: VC M Jagadesh Kumar escapes attack mounted by 10-15 ‘students’ who pulled and gheraod him on campus

The students of JNU on Thursday mounted an assault against the VC M Jagadesh Kumar in the university campus.

‘Go way, people like you maligned us’: JNU goons stop Dr Anand Ranganathan from entering his lab, hurl insults at the scientist

JNU goons stopped Dr Anand Ranganathan from entering his laboratory. In a video, they were seen being rude and indecent with the Professor

JNUTA hands in gloves with miscreants in attacking teachers: 113 Professors disassociate from JNU Teachers’ Association

113 JNU professors have written a note disassociating themselves from the JNU Teachers Association (JNUTA) over their complicity and silence when teachers are attacked by miscreants and JNU goons

Jignesh Mevani and CPIM Kerala share photos of ABVP activists to express solidarity with JNU students

Jignesh Mevani and CPIM had apparently shared photos of ABVP activists who participated in the protest march organised by the JNUSU on November 18 demanding a complete rollback of fee hike.

Watch: “You think I can’t buy an AK-47?” JNU ‘student’ threatens to take up arms while protesting against hostel fee hike

JNU student threatens to buy AK 47 while protesting against the hostel fee hike.

Are the JNU protests over fee-hike justified? Here’s what the data says

Numerous debates have ensued on social media on whether the protests of the JNU students are legitimate.

JNUSU demands protection from administrative action, blames registrar, ignores questions over halted ambulances

The JNUSU President has requested the Joint Secretary of the Human Resource Development Ministry, GC Hosur, to ensure that no administrative action is taken against students for carrying out the protests.

There is no ‘fee hike’ in JNU: While free education may be a right, free accommodation is certainly not

For almost a week now, the nation has been transfixed at the spectacle of JNU students doing what they are best known for - protests

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