JNU violence

Trying to shut the country down is not cool: Kangana Ranaut on CAA protests

I didn't find any sane arguments coming from the opposition, Kangana Ranaut said at ThinkEdu 2020, adding that the protests betrayed a pre-independence hangover.

published on : 13th January 2020

I welcome initiatives taken by students of JNU and Jamia: Tejasvi Surya

Tejasvi Surya on a new India at Think Edu 2020.

published on : 12th January 2020

Students must be taken into custody and beaten: Kangana Ranaut on JNU Violence

Students who are the fabric of our society should be sent to the Army to serve for at least one to two years and it should be made mandatory, Kangana Ranaut also said.

published on : 12th January 2020

I am just doing my job of protecting students: JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh

"I will get justice. But why is Delhi Police biased?," Aishe Ghosh said while addressing media in Delhi.

published on : 10th January 2020

JNU Violence: Delhi Police name seven students as suspects after Smriti's statements on Deepika

The Delhi Police released images of the suspects, caught on a CCTV camera during the attack at a Sabarmati hostel on January 5.

published on : 10th January 2020

Informed people are standing with terrorist supporters: Smriti Irani

Smriti Irani spoke at the Think Edu 2020 Conclave on the Citizenship Amendment Act and the protests that have erupted in response to it.

published on : 10th January 2020

Deepika Padukone sided with those who hit girls on private parts with lathis: Smriti Irani

Smriti Irani spoke at the ThinkEdu 2020 Conclave on Deepika Padukone and her visit to JNU.

published on : 10th January 2020

Students, teachers attacked by masked mob as cops nab four outsiders fleeing JNU violence scene

Dozens of masked men armed with sticks and stones stormed JNU on January 5 and went about attacking teachers, students and vandalizing hostels, leaving many wounded.

published on : 7th January 2020

JNU violence: Fascist attack, says Rahul Gandhi; BJP blames 'tukde tukde' gang

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi alleging that “fascists” in control of the country were responsible for they are afraid of the voices of brave students.

published on : 7th January 2020