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In a press statement issued by him, Balaji said he apprised the chief minister of the campus violence and the conduct of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP).
N Sai Balaji hit out at Sitharaman for her statement alleging there are forces in the varsity which are "waging a war" against India and said she herself has not answered questions on Rafale deal.
A united front of Left student groups Sunday won all four central panel posts in the union defeating the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) by considerable margins.
Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said it is a cause of worry for all as the ruling party has polarised the country and called for steps to be taken to combat that.
There was high drama on Saturday as counting was suspended for close to 14 hours after the ABVP staged protests claiming it was not informed about the start of the counting process.
The ABVP said their counting agent was not informed about the beginning of counting of votes polled in science schools.
Last year and in 2016, the voting percentage was 59 per cent.
Besides the routine campaigning, the candidates in JNU are also supposed to participate in the presidential debate and answer questions that follow.
The court said the operation of the order will remain stayed till the next date of hearing on November 27.
The JNU authorities had initiated the proctorial inquiry against Vikas Yadav for protesting in the campus in February 2018.
Directed by Imtiaz’s younger brother Sajid Ali, Laila Majnu is a painfully literal adaptation of the Persian narrative poem.
Hailing from Delhi, Tripti was aware that getting an entry in films wouldn't be easy for an outsider and hence was "shocked" when she was chosen as the lead for Imtiaz Ali and Ekta Kapoor's produciton
Sajid, who has followed elder brother Imtiaz into the movies and makes his directorial debut with "Laila Majnu", said filmmaking was something he literally fell into.
Advocate Colin Gonsalves alleged the probe agency has not conducted the investigation in a fair manner.
Last week, the Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers' Association (JNUTA) had penned an open letter to Javadekar seeking the removal of vice-chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar.