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Delhi Police Prevents Peaceful Protest in Front of Israeli Embassy – Students, Others, Injured and Detained

JULY 14, 2014 by Shuddhabrata Sengupta A Tale of Two Protests, On Two Days. Protests against the situation in Gaza have been held in Delhi yesterday, (Sunday, 13th July, and today, 14th July, in the morning). Yesterday, on Sunday morning, there… Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Chandan Mitra, Editor of Daily Pioneer- Stop your sanghi lies

Stop your sanghi lies and vile propaganda of branding and false profiling of students, teachers and student organisations of JNU!   To The Editor, The Daily Pioneer, Dear Mr. Chandan Mitra, On the 2nd of June, an atrocious editorial, full of nothing but… Continue Reading →

Kamal Mitra Chenoy – Why I joined #AAP and Quit the CPI

                                       I first became conscious of politics as a student of economics in Kirorimal College, Delhi University in 1969 when I was… Continue Reading →

#India – Delhi University professor under lens for Maoist ‘links’ #fabricated

Bharti Jain, TNN | Sep 13, 2013, 08.10 PM IST NEW DELHI: A day after raiding the residence of Delhi University (DU) professor G N Saibaba in a purported clamp down on the urban network of Naxalites, the Maharashtra Police… Continue Reading →

#India – JNU’S first homosexual candidate wants change

Shaswati Das , Hindustan Times New Delhi, September 11, 2013 First Published: 10:50 IST(11/9/2013) | Last Updated: 10:55 IST(11/9/2013) When Gourab Ghosh stepped into Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in 2006, he was denied hostel accommodation on the pretext that the… Continue Reading →

Press Release and teachers’ statement on Hem Mishra, cultural activist’s arrest

Press release Today various students’ organizations like DSU, AISA, AISF, SIO, Krantikari Naujawan Sabha, Paribartankami Chhatra Sangh, United Dalit Students’ Forum, All India Backward Students’ Forum, Revolutionary Cultural Front, Viplab Sanskritik Manch, krantiukari Sanskritik manch, political organizations like CPIML(New Democracy),… Continue Reading →

#India – Cultural Activist Hem Mishra has no links with Naxalites

‘My son has no links with Naxalites‘ Soumittra S Bose, TNN | Aug 27, 2013, NAGPUR: Keshavdutt, father of Hem Mishra, the student of New Delhi‘s Jawaharlal NehruUniversity (JNU) who was arrested for allegedly being courier for Naxalites, has alleged thatGadchiroli police had framed… Continue Reading →

Solidarity statement for ANTI KKNPP activists- signed by 30 eminent citizens

In Solidarity The state government of Tamil Nadu has finally succumbed to pressure by the Central government and decided to commission the operation of the two Russian built nuclear reactors in Koodankulam. It has carried out a major crackdown on… Continue Reading →

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