A Kashmiri student who went missing nearly five months back from a university in Noida is languishing in a Pakistani jail.
A Kashmiri vegetable vendor offered free veggies to Sikh customers as a token of respect for the community.
The UGC was directed by the Human Resource Development Ministry Thursday to issue an advisory to all the universities to ensure that the security of Kashmiri students is not compromised.
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The bench perused the advisories issued by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs to the chief secretaries and DGPs of states from time to time and said that they "shall be reiterated from time to time."
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Meanwhile, college authorities across the city are also doing their part to ensure better safety for these students at their campuses.
Stating that such incidents will destroy the democratic fabric of the country and tarnish its image of a rich tolerant culture, said the National Human Rights Commission.
A video of the incident has gone viral on the social media and a case has been registered at the Yavatmal police station.
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Addressing the media, the former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister also said talks with Pakistan cannot be held in the backdrop of attacks such as the one in Pulwama last week.
A bench, comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices L N Rao and Sanjiv Khanna, on Thursday took note of senior advocate Colin Gonsalves' submission that the plea needed to be heard urgently.
The student leader claimed he had himself attempted to call the PDP chief at least 20 times when Kashmiri students were allegedly being beaten up by their landlords after the Pulwama incident.
Javadekar said countrymen are angry because of the Pulwama attack but no Kashmiri student has been assaulted following that.
The helpline has received 60-70 calls since the February 14 Pulwama terror attack.
Two of the city-based colleges have admitted that they were under pressure from mob at their gates who were demanding the expulsion of Kashmiri students.
According to Bhopal district police sources, there are six Kashmiri students who are enrolled in the college.