The government had recently directed social media platforms to block links to the documentary titled "India: The Modi Question"
A protest was held in the campus on Wednesday against the detention of four SFI activists hours before the proposed screening of the controversial BBC documentary "India: The Modi Question."
The university on Wednesday became the centre of a kerfuffle after SFI's plans to organise the screening of the controversial BBC documentary were thwarted by the varsity and the city police.
The atmosphere at Jamia remained tense on Wednesday as the left student organisation, the Students’ Federation of India (SFI) called for the screening of the documentary in the university premises.
The accused whose house was raided in Devanahalli is a close associate of Shivakumar,’’ alleged Jarkiholi.
The university administration also issued a statement, saying no permission has been sought for the screening of the documentary and it will not be allowed.
It has already declared that the people of eastern Nagaland will boycott the polls if the Centre fails to create the Frontier Nagaland state.
He also pointed out that demands to make Netaji's files public were made by many for long, and his government has done that.
Kerala Governors' policy address criticises Centre for curtailing borrowing limits, incursions into state's legislative powers
The Governor's policy address also stressed that the state government has not abandoned its ambitious Silverline semi-high-speed rail project.
Directs them to stay vigilant against deviant ideologies of Mujahids and Jama’at-e-Islami
In a statement issued in Thiruvananthapuram, Shamseer said the one-of-a-kind literary festival received praise from all sections of people.
In his letter, Gowda said VISL, a public sector undertaking, was established by the great visionary and engineer-statesman Bharat Rathna M Visvesvaraya.
So far, 25 schools have visited the exhibition, with many more expected to come.
Former Surankote MLA and prominent Gujjar leader Choudhary Mohammad Akram said the incident occurred around 7.30 pm on Friday and his family had a narrow escape as splinters pierced the ceiling.
However, he is of the opinion that there are no powers vested with the Home Minister unless he is also given the responsibility of maintaining law and order effectively.
Islamic State jihadists in August 2014 massacred over 1,200 Yazidis, members of a Kurdish-speaking community in northwest Iraq that follows an ancient religion rooted in Zoroastrianism.
Their stated objectives are contrary to the laws of our country, said the affidavit, filed by an undersecretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs.
The paper said the erosion at Valiyathura and its northern stretches could be due to the presence of the groyne field to the south (Poonthura to Beemapally).
University has explained that these assessments are not made public so as to prevent prejudice against candidates who apply to other centres.
Khan said Bhagwat had, in fact, emphasised that no one has the right to claim supremacy on the basis of his birth.