Sad day for democracy says Raji Reddy after cops break into his house; Ashwathama to continue protest from the hospital.
Activists have vowed to "squeeze the economy" as the increasingly divided city reels from one of the worst weeks of violence in the months-long crisis.
Yellow vest protesters are staging nationwide demonstrations this weekend in a bid to prove their movement is still a force to be reckoned with, a year after the first giant demonstration in 2018.
Authorities file complaint after defacement of walls of administrative block; students deny it is vandalism
Facing an intense agitation for over two weeks, the JNU administration partially rolled back the hostel fee hike for BPL students not availing any scholarship.
Representatives of the JNUSU denied their involvement in the incident and said they will issue a statement soon.
The tweet from the fiercely nationalistic Global Times was live for little over half an hour before it vanished.
Amnesty International found that demonstrators suffered gruesome wounds and death after the grenades embed inside their heads.
Authorities ordered schools and universities to close until next week, while hospitals deferred non-emergency operations.
With no end to the protests in sight, the beleaguered police force is appointing a group of prison guards as special constables.
The Executive Council is the highest decision-making body of the Jawaharlal Nehru University.
The chaos was part of largely anonymous protest movement's new strategy of "blossom everywhere", in which small groups target as many parts of the city as possible to cause maximum disruption.
A group of mainland students at CUHK attempted to depart the campus Wednesday morning over safety concerns but had to be shuttled away by boat because they were unable to leave via obstructed roads.
The JNU students are demanding the withdrawal of the draft hostel manual, in which service charges of Rs 1,700 were introduced and the one-time mess security fee, which is refundable.
The protesters raised slogans against the 'commercialisation' of education and the police’s intervention in 'democratic' protests of students.