Sunday, May 19, 2024

Topic: Students protest

Following ABVP disruption against play, PU students booked in suo moto case for ‘outraging religious feelings’

Following a protest and hate campaign by the Hindutva student outfit ABVP against a play at the annual cultural festival at Pondicherry University, the Kalapet Police have now suo motu registered a case against certain students and others on charges of "outraging religious feelings" while staging the play.

Rajasthan: Muslim teachers suspended following Hindu group’s campaign, students protest against suspension

Several students from Higher Senior Secondary School in Khajuri village in Rajasthan’s Kota gathered outside the Sub-District Magistrate’s (SDM) Office on Monday, February 26, demanding the revocation of the arbitrary suspension of three Muslim teachers from their school.

O.P. Jindal University: Students suspended for discussing Ram temple allege abusive calls, rape threats from Hindu right-wing

On 10 February, the administration of O.P. Jindal Global University, Haryana, owned by industrialist Naveen Jindal, suspended two law students for organising a public discussion on the topic 'Ram Mandir: A farcical project of Hindutva fascism.' The suspended students, associated with a Marxist student collective known as the Revolutionary Students League (RSL), include Mukundan, a second-year BA LLB (Hons) student from Kerala, and Ramnit, a third-year BA LLB (Hons) student from Delhi.

Hindutva men barge into FTII Pune, burn ‘remember Babri’ banner, attack students

A group of over a dozen Hindutva men barged into the campus of the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune on Tuesday afternoon, launching an attack on students, including females.

“Resounding victory”: Delhi HC quashes expulsion of SAU student calling it “predetermined intent”

In what is being considered a ‘resounding victory’ for the students’ fraternity at the South Asian University (SAU) in New Delhi, the Delhi High Court on Thursday quashed an order issued by the varsity to expel a student for alleged indiscipline stating, “decision cannot sustain scrutiny law.”

Kerala Police arrests 6 students for sticking pro-Palestine posters on Starbucks store, charges include incitement for riot

Kerala Police on Sunday arrested six student activists for sticking pro-Palestine boycott posters on a Starbucks store near Kozhikode beach. The students of Farook College in Kozhikode district were released on station bail after producing two sureties.