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As per reports, Delhi's Anti-terror unit will investigate the nexus between arrested JNU student Sharjeel Imam and anti-India elements.
Here are four incidents at Shaheen Bagh that show the true Jihadi nature of anti-caa protests, if riots weren’t proof enough
The anti-CAA protests at Shaheen Bhagh have turned into another typical left-wing managed anti-India event
The straws that ‘liberals’ clutch on to: First the ‘chaiwallah’ RTI, and now one that asks about ‘Tukde Tukde Gang’
The response to the RTI said that the MHA had no information on any 'Tukde Tukde Gang'
JNU violence: 208 reputed academicians, professors blame ‘Left-wing Coterie’ for deteriorating academic environment in country
Academicians write to PM Modi raising concerns over the deteriorating academic environment due to the shenanigans of a small coterie of left-wing activists
Traitors of JNU, Nothing will be forgotten: Naxal-style poster seeking revenge on non-left professors and alumni put up inside JNU
The posters in JNU say, "Nothing will be forgotten, nothing will be forgotten".
Deepika Padukone knew she is standing beside those who want to see the destruction of India: Union Minister Smriti Irani
Smriti Irani said that Deepika Padukone had already made her political affiliation clear in 2011 when she supported Congress
JNU violence: Read the detailed chronology of events since attacks started on teachers and their family in October
JNU Teachers' Federation (JNUTF) has revealed that there have been attacks on teachers and their families
Even as Shiv Sena turns ‘secular’, poster boy Umar Khalid mocks Aditya Thackeray, says he wouldn’t share a stage with him
Umar Khalid went on to claim that if Aaditya Thackeray was present at the venue, he would not have shared the stage with him. Further, Khalid said that the young leader of 'secular' Shiv Sena has not stated a clear stand on the issue of the NPR.
Watch: Pakistanis extend support to JNU students in Lahore, chant ‘halla bol’ in solidarity against PM Modi
Students and teachers in Lahore, Pakistan took out a rally on Wednesday in solidarity with the JNU students.
Violent miscreants attacked students who supported registration process and wanted to study: Read the full statement issued by JNU
JNU statement says after damaging the servers and halting the registration process, violent protestors at JNU had also physically stopped non-agitating students who want to pursue their academic activities.