• Tue, Nov 19, 2019
  • The students of JNU cannot survive with the present structure of fees that are sought to be pushed down their throat. We urge you to consider our plight and endorse our demands, the JNUSU appealed in...
    Consider our plight, says JNUSU in appeal to law makers
    The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union (JNUSU) on Monday night shared a memorandum that it was supposed to submit to law makers in Parliament as an appeal from the varsity students. The students of JNU cannot survive with the present structure of fees that are sought to be pushed down their throat. We urge you to consider our plight and endorse our demands, the JNUSU appealed in the memorandum.The JNUSU had planned to submit the memorandum to parliamentarians, after a march to Parliament starting from the JNU campus on Monday morning. However the students were stopped midway by the Delhi Police, which, along with paramilitary forces, blocked their way.In the memorandum, the students have demanded the Inter-Hall Administration (IHA) meeting be reconvened with JNUSU's participation, a new hostel draft manual be prepared with...
  • In 'New' India, bribes, illegal commissions are called electoral bonds: Rahul Gandhi In 'New' India, bribes, illegal commissions are called electoral bonds: Rahul Gandhi

    Citing media reports and RTI responses, Congress alleged that the government asked the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for its opinion just days before before unveiling electoral bonds, but dismiss the...

  • Protests against Citizenship Bill in North-East states Protests against Citizenship Bill in North-East states

    Protests were held in the north eastern states on Monday opposing the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi were burnt in Assam.

  • Eight soldiers trapped after avalanche hits Siachen Eight soldiers trapped after avalanche hits Siachen

    Operations have been launched and are underway to search and rescue them, a senior Army official said.

  • JNU protests continue: 100 students detained, some 'lathi-charged' JNU protests continue: 100 students detained, some 'lathi-charged'

    Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students Union on Monday said that they will continue the protest until the demands of rollback of fee hikes and release of detained students are accepted.

  • Two women from Andhra turned away by police at Sabarimala Two women from Andhra turned away by police at Sabarimala

    The Kerala police on Monday afternoon did not allow women to go to the Sabarimala temple to pray. Two women from Andhra Pradesh, both under the age of 50, were disallowed from entering the shrine. The...

  • Centre bans Meghalaya-based insurgent group HNLC Centre bans Meghalaya-based insurgent group HNLC

    The Central government on Monday banned Meghalaya-based insurgent group Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) and declared it and its factions, wings and front organisations as unlawful...

  • Govt overruled RBI to introduce electoral bonds: Report Govt overruled RBI to introduce electoral bonds: Report

    The Congress on Monday alleged that the Modi government had overruled the RBI to introduce electoral bonds to enable black money to enter the BJP coffers and demanded that the scheme be scrapped...

  • Maharashtra govt formation: NCP-Congress to meet again in 2 days Maharashtra govt formation: NCP-Congress to meet again in 2 days

    Updated On: Nov, 18, 201907:15 PM

    The much anticipated Sharad Pawar-Sonia Gandhi meet took place on Monday evening but failed to end the Maharashtra stalemate.

  • Rajnath invites defence majors to invest in India Rajnath invites defence majors to invest in India

    India has set a target of exporting military equipment worth USD five billion by 2025, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said here on Monday, inviting global defence majors to be part of India growth...