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BHU fire spreads, University of Hyderabad too erupts in solidarity 26.9.2017 TOI: Cities
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Modi skirting key issues, alleges Gogoi 26.9.2017 The Assam Tribune
Modi skirting key issues, alleges Gogoi
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BHU violence: Worried Modi, Shah call up Yogi 26.9.2017 TOI: India
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PM should apologise over BHU incident: Rahul Gandhi 25.9.2017 TOI: India
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BHU violence: 3 addl magistrates, 2 cops removed 25.9.2017 TOI: Cities
Three additional city magistrates of Varanasi and two police officers were today removed in connection with the lathicharge on students in the Banaras Hindu University and a high-level probe was ordered into the incident that has spiralled into a major controversy.
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Abdul Majid’s death widely mourned 25.9.2017 The Assam Tribune
Abdul Majid’s death widely mourned
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Now, BHU protests spread to AMU and Dehradun 25.9.2017 TOI: Cities
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Vemula returns through ballot in University of Hyderabad poll churn 25.9.2017 TOI: Cities
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BHU violence: 'This is BJP version of beti bachao', tweets Rahul Gandhi 25.9.2017 TOI: India
A day after police beat up women students of Banaras Hindu University, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi snarkily remarked that incidents like this display the "BJP version" of PM Modi's campaign to protect and educate the girl child. "BJP version of 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao', tweeted Rahul.
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Australian Hindus stage protest over lamb for Ganesha commercial 24.9.2017 DNA: Top News
Hindus in Australia staged protests in the major cities on Sunday to express their anguish about objectionable portrayal of Lord Ganesha in advertisement by a livestock farmers' lobbying organisation in the country. People in huge numbers took to streets to express their angst against an advertisement that the Indian community described as "highly insulting" in its depiction of the Hindu deity Lord Ganesha. Protesters formed human chain in Sydney and in four other cities. Children were seen wearing Ganesha masks, as their parents used placards reading "Stop insulting Hindu Gods". Organised by the India Forum Australia community, the demonstration "Stand for Ganesha" was staged in five cities -- Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth cities to register a strong objection over the desecration and generate public awareness about the Hindu deity revered by millions of people in India and foreign shores. Earlier, the Indian High Commission in Canberra had issued a 'demarche' to three departments of ...
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BHU protest turns violent, colleges closed: Top developments 24.9.2017 TOI: Home
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Sena needs to decide whether it wants to be BJP's ally or opposition party: Sharad Pawar 24.9.2017 DNA: Popular News
NCP president Sharad Pawar today said the Shiv Sena is speaking truth on issues such as inflation, but it should first decide whether it wants to be an opposition party or a ruling ally. "Shiv Sena is sharing power with the BJP in the Centre and the state. It is commendable that the party is speaking truth about the price hike and disappointing performance by the state and Union governments," Pawar said here. "But at the same time, Shiv Sena must decide its policy....it is difficult to understand (currently) whether it is a ruling party or opposition," Pawar told reporters here. Pawar attended a number of functions here including inauguration of the administrative building of Radhabai Kale Women's College of the Rayat Shikshan Sanstha. Asked about RPI leader and union minister Ramdas Athawale's claim that NCP would support the BJP if the Sena decides to pull out of the ruling coalition in Maharashtra, Pawar said "nobody takes Athawale seriously". The NCP chief also criticised Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet ...
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Mann Ki Baat is a one-sided communication by the Prime Minister: Congress 24.9.2017 DNA: Popular News
The Congress said on Sunday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat' was a "one-sided" communication in which he did not speak on important issues such as the police action on BHU students, unemployment and high fuel prices. The Congress's criticism came hours after Modi, in the 36th episode of his monthly address, said he has used the programme to reflect the views and aspirations of the people rather than expressing his own opinions. "Over the last three years, we have continuously seen that 'Mann Ki Baat' is (a) one-sided communication exercise of the prime minister...He only does one-sided communication," Congress spokesperson Ajoy Kumar told reporters here. Kumar alleged that the prime minister did not speak on issues such as police action on students in the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) campus last night, unemployment, high fuel prices, the "deteriorating situation" in Kashmir and border areas and incidents of sexual abuse of children. Terming the police action on ...
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BHU lathicharge: Rahul takes dig at BJP's Beti Bachao Beti Padhao drive 24.9.2017 TOI: India
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday slammed the BJP over the police lathicharge on girl students of the Benaras Hindu University in the party- ruled Uttar Pradesh, saying it was their version of "Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao".
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BHU molestation case: University calls protest work of 'anti-nationals' who want to malign institution 24.9.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
Even as the students of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) continued their protests against the University for ‘shaming’ a student who was allegedly molested on campus on Thursday, the university authorities called the protests the work of ‘anti-national’ forces who are trying to malign BHU’s image.  “This protest was completely political in nature because it was timed with the PM’s visit, with the intention of soiling the image of the university,” the BHU administration stated in a media release. Dismissing Friday’s reports that a woman student had tonsured her head in protest, the BHU Information Centre on Saturday released on its Facebook page screenshots of a student with her head shaved. The post mentioned her name and details and claimed she had tonsured her head last year. Stating that she was being “exploited” by “anti-national” forces, the university called the protests the “work of propagandists”. Students of the University went on protest after a woman student of the Arts Faculty was harassed by ...
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Girl students catch up, will soon overtake boys in India 24.9.2017 ET: Education
In India, there is a bizarre mismatch between the education attainments of women and their participation and status in all other aspects of the country's life.
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Soon, half of India’s students will be girls 24.9.2017 TOI: Home
India is about to reach an important milestone shortly. Half of its gigantic student population, the world’s largest, will be made up of girls. In 2015-16, the last year for which data is available, girls comprised 48% of the student population of about 300 million.
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Shiv Sena takes to streets against inflation, fuel price hike 23.9.2017 TOI: Cities
MPs, legislators and corporators belonging to the Sena took part in the protests at several places, including Bandra, Borivali, Chembur and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus.
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Google celebrated her 100th birthday. Who was Asima Chatterjee? 23.9.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
5 things you must know about this scientific trailblazer.
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In PM Modi's Varanasi, BHU girls begin indefinite hunger strike, tonsure head to protest molestation on campus 23.9.2017 DNA: Money
At a time when the government is raising awareness with its 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao' campaign, the girls of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Lok Sabha constituency are feeling unsafe. The girl students of Banaras Hindu University, one of India's premier educational institute, are on warpath against molestation incidents on the campus. The students, who have been protesting against Thursday's incident of eve-teasing, began their indefinite hinger strike on Saturday. The anger among the students is very evident. Akansha Singh, a student of Arts Faculty, tonsured her head in protest. She alleged that three boys molested a girl of the Bachelor of Fine Arts near Kala Bhawan on BHU campus on Thursday night. The victim cried for help and but guards posted just 20 metres away refused to come to her rescue. The victim lodged a complaint with the hostel warden and Chief Proctor also but they refused to initiate any action in view of the Prime Minister's  two-day visit to Varanasi. “You all keep quite till the ...
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