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Meet Dr Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit, the first woman vice-chancellor of Jawaharlal Nehru University

She holds a bachelors degree in History and Social Psychology as a Gold Medallist from Presidency College, Madras and Masters in Political Science from the same college. She has a doctorate from JNU in International Relations.

PM Modi unveils the Holographic statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on his 125th birth Anniversary at the India Gate

The Iconic canopy at India Gate which once hosted a statue of King George V until 1968, will be hosting a holographic statue of Netaji

Indian Women’s Press Corps asked to vacate govt house after expiry of accommodation, over ₹30 lakh in rent remains unpaid

Indian Women Press Corps (IWPC) asked to vacate govt house as it is among the 9 organisations with govt houses which has not paid rents

No compensation for families of farmers who lost their lives in protests: Centre tells Lok Sabha

Government of India has made it clear that it will not compensate for the death of protesters in farmer protests

With Iranian link to bomb blast near Israel Embassy being suspected, India keeps an eye on Iran return students

Indian security agencies have been probing the recent blast near the Israel Embassy in New Delhi on January 29

Israeli embassy attack: Threatening letter to ambassador warns of revenge for Iranian leaders killed in US drone strike. Details

A letter recovered by the probe agencies talked about avenging the killings of Iran Quds Commander Qassem Soleimani, and Abu Mehdhi Al Muhandis, who were killed in a US drone attack in January 2020.

Watch: Elderly man tries to cross protest site to see doctor, protesting ‘farmers’ issue him life threat

The elderly man said that he was trying to cross the protest site as he had an appointment with a doctor at Panth Hospital

Farmers’ protests: Over 1800 factories facing a hard time due to closed borders in Delhi, CII warns of adverse impact on economy

Businesses in Delhi are facing losses as goods movement is affected due to farmer protests.

27 years ago, BKU leader Tikait had led massive protests demanding the same farm reforms Punjab farmers are protesting against now

In 1993, BKU had asked the government to permit farmers to sell their products anywhere in the country

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