Mass Promotions of students due to Coronavirus lockdown: How an ‘Easy way out’ can tun into a “Way out”
The carrot of promotion which is being dangled in front of students to gain political momentum effectively divides students into two classes
As Derek O’Brien proudly labels entire NJUS as part of ‘tukde tukde gang’, majority students unhappy over decision to uninvite governor
After NJUS students body uninvites governor, majority students oppose the decision, slam Derek O'Brien for proudly labelling them part of tukde tukde gang
NUJS, Kolkata disrespects constitutional head of a state, decides to ‘uninvite’ West Bengal Governor for an event over his CAA-NRC views
NUJS Kolkata decides to 'uninvite' the West Bengal Governor as guest after he speaks in favour of CAA-NRC
On Tuesday, 7th of January, ABVP's office in Pune was attacked. The attackers smeared ink on the name board outside ABVP Pune's office.
‘Girls strategically abused, threatened, shouted at the students who were getting registered.’ Read a professor’s horrifying account on JNU violence
Indrani Roy Chowdhury, Associate Professor of Economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University on Monday took to Facebook to share what happened on campus which led to unprecedented violence where masked goons wreaked havoc.
JNU violence: Delhi Police form committee to investigate the incident, say vital clues found in the case
Delhi police hope to solve the JNU violence case soon as they have found vital clues in the case
JNU violence: Injured student reveals how some attackers hid stones under their shawl while running riot on campus
A day after Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi witnessed unprecedented violence where masked goons ran riot on campus, more shocking details have come to the fore.
Reports say that miscreants from Jamia Millia Islamia and other outsiders had arrived in JNU after organised calls from leftists to gather there.
JNU ‘students’ march to Rashtrapati Bhavan to protest against fee hike, police lathi charge to control the unruly mob
In November, JNU students had marched towards the parliament chanting anti-fee hike slogans
‘Allah’s law above all’? Jamia Millia students group plans event calling Ayodhya verdict a farce, Ramrajya ‘oppressive’
The organisation 'Students of Jamia' has also shared posts openly declaring that they obey no law but the 'Law of Allah'.
Congress linked NGO that works on Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s directions dupes a poor disabled Dalit man of Rs 12,000
The NGO's Facebook page and website are full of pictures of Congress scion Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and its leader Nagma Arvind Morarji
The National Eastern Railway issued a clarification saying that the tiles had no connection with any political party and that they were fixed years ago under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
NCP workers vandalise office of cement company because it allegedly refused to meet the demands of the party: Here are details
NCP workers were seen damaging property and also threatening the owner of the private cement company to employ local workers in their company
Aarogya Setu fiasco: All information sought in RTI query already in public domain, govt to take action against incompetent officials for wrong reply
Despite all information on Aarogya Setu app in public domain, the RTI reply had wrongly said that the NIC and Ministry has no information
Government and Policy
Yogi Adityanath asks chief secretary to write to NTA asking for Akanksha Singh to be declared topper with Soyeb Aftab in NEET exams
CM Yogi Adityanath also directed the Chief Secretary of the state to ask the expenses from the family and provide the sum of the amount at one go so that the family does not have to go through any difficulties in the future.
Chinese state-run channel shows the portrait of Prophet Muhammad, netizens ask if Muslim nations will boycott China
Arslan Hidayat, an Uyghur Rights Activist, took to Twitter shared a video of a Chinese TV series on Twitter in which it was depicted that an Arab ambassador visiting China during the rule of Tang dynasty gifts a portrait of the Prophet Muhammad to the Chinese emperor.
Charlie Hebdo mocks Turkish President Recep Erdogan in its latest cartoons, shows him lifting a skirt of woman wearing ‘hijab’
The front-page caricature of Wednesday's edition of Charlie Hebdo that was released online on Tuesday night depicts Erdogan in a white T-shirt and underpants, drinking a can of beer and lifting up the skirt of a woman wearing a hijab to reveal her naked bottom.
Watch: Pro-India accounts disrupt Pakistan’s anti-India online meeting on Zoom, play pro-Hindu and Indian nationalistic songs
Indic social media users caused embarrassment to Pakistani authorities and diplomats after they raided their online event on zoom
On Monday, 21-year-old Nikita Tomar was shot to death in broad daylight outside the Aggarwal college in Ballabgarh, Faridabad
Nikita Tomar murder: Main accused Tauseef belongs to a family of influential Congress politicians from Nuh in Haryana
The prime accused Tauseef's grandfather, uncles and cousin brothers are all infuential Congress politicians from Haryana's Nuh