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Violence at JNU Planned to Boost Hindu Rashtra: Response of Punjabi Commenters

A number of commenters, activists and thinkers held a meeting in Chandigarh on Tuesday (Jan. 7) and condemned brutal attack by masked armed goons on JNU students.

Punjab activists to visit JNU to express solidarity with students

Activists of various organisations of Punjab held a meeting at Kisan Bhawan Chandigarh to discuss the issue of crackdown on JNU students.

JNU Row: Zee News producer quits, says Video clip had no pro-Pakistan slogans

Expressing deep distress over the coverage of the Jawaharlal Nehru University row by Zee News, a producer of the mainstream Hindi news channel in India quitted the channel on February 19. Vishwa Deepak took to social networking site Facebook on Sunday to make his concerns public.

Revoke charges against Geelani, Kanhaiya Kumar: Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa Tuesday condemned the arrest of former Delhi University lecturer S.A.R. Geelani under sedition charges for allegedly organising an event on February 10 to commemorate the death anniversary of Afzal Guru at Press Club of India.

Patiala House: NAPA seek Suspension of Delhi Police Chief for not protecting JNU students, Journalists

While expressing its solidarity with JNU Students and Journalists who were attacked in Patiala house court US Based North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) demanded immediate suspension of Delhi Police Chief B.S.Bassi who totally failed to protect the Journalists in the court.

Hindutva Patriotism: Lawyers, BJP MLA attack students, JNU teachers and media at Patiala House court

As per media reports [t]eachers and students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) were threatened, attached and thrashed by a group of lawyers at Patiala House court in Delhi today as dozens of policemen watched. Some media-personnel were also manhandled.

Political as well as police establishment misusing sedition laws from Kashmir to Punjab to Delhi, says Dal Khalsa

Amritsar Sahib: Coming down heavily on Delhi police for invoking sedition charges against JNU students and Prof SAR Geelani for organizing events against the hanging of Afzal Guru, the Dal Khalsa blamed political as well as police establishment for hardly showing any respect for high court and Supreme Court verdicts vis-a-vis applying sedition charges against political dissidence.