Why Deepika Padukone’s JNU Visit Is None Of Chhapaak’s Business?

What Bollywood Can Learn From Deepika Padukone’s JNU Visit — The Power Move?

Explained: Citizens Demand Home Minister Amit Shah’s Resignation

First JMI, then AMU and now JNU, violence and brutality is penetrating deep into Indian campuses and not just that but the state of affair at home is crumbling under the Home Ministerialship of Amit Shah.

Former JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar’s Speech at Citizen’s March to Parliament

Kanhaiya Kumar attacked the ruling party over the ongoing hostel fee hike and police brutality on JNU students on 18th November March to Parliament. He also applauded JNU students for their intrepidity against the Government and Police.

JNU’s Second March to Parliament: Students Unite on Saturday – #SavePublicEducation

It is a march for the astute citizens of the country who vociferously defy the tyranny and authoritarian rule, i.e. inflicted with ideological differences and save democracy from #theModiGovernment.

MP’s VIP Privilege versus Right to Education: Why JNU’s Fight Defines India’s Future

JNU students protest for their educational rights is a threat to the Indian Parliamentarian’s privilege. JNU peaceful march to parliament brutally attacked.

Crucial meeting today: JNUSU to meet MHRD

Finally, MHRD heard student’s grievances and called JNUSU for a meeting.

JNUSU begins protest march to Parliament

Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union began their march to Parliament over their demand of complete roll back of fee hike. Hundreds of students took part in the protest march. Students are on protest from over two weeks.

Emergency in JNU: Government Barricades Voices Demanding the Right to Affordable Education

JNU Students are protesting against massive hike in Hostel Fee | The government has deployed Police Blockades and ‘baton’ armed Paramilitary