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JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh, 8 others identified as suspects in hostel attack case

Delhi Police on Friday released pictures of nine suspects in the JNU violence case and claimed JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh was one of them.
Of the nine, seven belong to Left-leaning student organisations, while two are affiliated to right-wing students’ body, the police said.

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JNU girl student writes open letter, dares ‘have guts to ask me if I am okay?’

Ridhi Chaturvedi, an exceptionally accomplished, brilliant student of JNU, writes —
After this post, they may rape me. They may burn my face with acid. They may kill me. But you have no right to call me again.
Get lost in your privileged lit life, and vote for them.

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JNU turned into a violent playgroud to distract masses from CAA protest, POLITICS!

The whole nation on Sunday stared at their TV screens and crazily ran through social media to figure out what occurred at Jawahar Lala University, New Delhi. Why is India’s one the most prestigious educational institution is burning with such riots, here is a small compilation of clips that were running among various chat groups.

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Row Over Rahul Gandhi’s , “Rape In India” Remark

Rahul Gandhi’s “Rape in India” comment attacking the government at an election rally in Jharkhand exploded in parliament today as the ruling BJP, including top ministers like Smriti Irani, tore into the Congress leader. The Lok Sabha adjourned repeatedly amid unrelenting protests and cries of “shame” from the government benches.

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CAB Passed in both Houses, but…

The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill passed Parliament today after being cleared by the Rajya Sabha, with 125 voting for it and 99 against, even as violent protests erupted in several parts of the Northeast. The controversial legislation was cleared by the Lok Sabha two days earlier with the support of as many as 334 MPs. Tabled in both the houses by Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the bill has been slammed by rights groups as well as opposition parties on the grounds that it “discriminates” against Muslim migrants and violates Article 14 of the Constitution.

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