Kashmiri students

Uttarakhand police set up special cell for Jammu and Kashmir residents

Mamta Vohra, a senior police officer of additional superintendent of police rank of the state has been appointed nodal officer of the cell.

published on : 4th October 2020

DU online exams: Slow pace of 2G internet a hurdle for students in Kashmir

The Delhi University commenced its online open-book examinations from Monday, amid opposition from students and teachers who had been demanding that exams be scrapped.

published on : 10th August 2020

Kashmiri students leave Bengaluru in special train to Udhampur

The guidelines advised the industries to consider the first week as the trial or test run period while starting the units and ensure all safety protocols.

published on : 10th May 2020

Kashmiri students stranded after flights home cancelled

Another student Zahid Ahmed Malik said they waited at the airport from 9.30 pm to 1 am on Tuesday but got no help.

published on : 25th March 2020

Advocates meet Kashmiri students in jail

According to sources, the advocate-trio met the Kashmiri students at Hindalga prisons on Friday morning and managed to collect vital information related to the incident.

published on : 29th February 2020

High Court warns of contempt in Kashmiri students’ sedition case

At the same time, the court appreciated the gesture of Hubballi Bar Association for modifying its decision to boycott these students. 

published on : 28th February 2020

Lawyers’ stand on Kashmiri students taints judiciary: HC

Court tells AG to talk to Hubballi Bar Association representatives

published on : 27th February 2020

Advocates of Kashmiri students arrested for 'sedition' roughed up near court in Karnataka

On reaching the Dharwad court, the public as well as Bar members raised slogans against the lawyers and tried to prevent them from entering the court complex. 

published on : 25th February 2020

Special police team to probe sedition case against Kashmiri students

Three students, studying at KLE Institute of Technology, are accused of shooting a video raising pro-Pakistan slogans, and were booked for sedition.

published on : 22nd February 2020

Protect advocates appearing for Kashmiri students: HC 

The bench noted that in view of the resolution, lawyers are not available for the accused and such a resolution interferes with the administration of justice and needs to be examined.

published on : 21st February 2020

Karnataka HC directs police to give protection to advocates who wish to represent Kashmiri students

The petitioner has challenged the resolution passed by the Bar Association for not to appear for three accused who have allegedly raised pro-Pakistan slogans.

published on : 20th February 2020

Citing lack of evidence, Karnataka police release three Kashmiri students detained on sedition charges

The police said that the students were released on a bond under CrPC Section 169 on Sunday and are now kept under safe custody and their parents are expected to reach Hubballi.

published on : 17th February 2020

Sedition case filed against three Kashmiri students in Hubballi for 'raising pro-Pak slogans'

Their principal Basavraj Anami complained to the police that the first-year students got admission under the central government quota.

published on : 16th February 2020

Three Kashmiri college students detained for raising pro-Pakistan slogans in Karnataka 

While other students came to know about this misadventure by the Kashmiri students, it became an issue and members of right-wing organisations came to protest in the college premise.

published on : 15th February 2020

Internet facility provided to students in J&K's Awantipora for filling NEET forms

Internet facilities were on January 2 restored in health institutions across Jammu and Kashmir while the connection at rest of the place is also being restored on a "war footing".

published on : 6th January 2020
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