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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.

Hooliganism yet again: Masked JNU ‘students’ barge into information centre, switch severs off and forcibly evict technical staff

Students of controversial JNU disrupted the registration process for the winter semester

Hindu Mahasabha suggests ‘discount’ on fees to JNU students if they chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ slogan

Hindu Mahasabha offered to give discount in hostel fees to JNU if the students chant 'Jai Shri Ram'.

JNU administration moves Delhi HC seeking contempt against protesting students, Delhi Police for violating court order

The JNU admin approached the Delhi High Court seeking contempt action against its "students" and the Delhi Police for violating August 2017 court order

Other premier and second-tier institutions charge students upto 20 times more than proposed JNU fees now: Report

The educational institutions which are considered be second-tier also charge students multiple times higher amount compare to what was proposed in JNU.

Pakistan beyond borders: At a time when the nation needs to stand together, Pakistani minds in India are conspiring to break the country

The pro-Pakistan brigade is a serious threat to nationalistic sentiments of the country

Tukde Tukde slogans: AAP govt refuses to sanction prosecution of Kanhaiya Kumar and gang, says they were not against country

The Delhi government found the evidence provided by Delhi Police against Kanhaiya Kumar 'flimsy' and 'riddled with gaps'.

23-year-old Delhi boy Sahil Singh dies following a brawl, hyper activists insist he was killed because he was mistaken for a Muslim

The saga started after Md Asif Khan, a notorious fake news peddler, shared misleading reports pertaining to the road-rage incident that occurred in Delhi on August 31st, in which a 23-year-old youth named Sahil Singh had died following a brawl.

Shehla Rashid inciting people by sharing fake news, claims of torture and excessive force being used against Kashmiris untrue: Indian Army

In a series of tweets, Rashid had alleged that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is grim and that the armed forces are using excessive force on the Kashmiris.

Press Club of India clamps down on hyper-activists, refuses to allow screening of propaganda reports on Kashmir

Essentially, the hyper activists and other opposition leaders are toeing the Pakistani propaganda line.

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