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Jitan Ram Manjhi now points fingers at Centre in Rohith Vemula's suicide case
DNA

Rohith suicide case: Jitan Ram Manjhi doubts Centre's intentio...

PATNA: Prominent dalit leader and Hindustani Awam Morcha-Secular (HAM-S) president Jitan Ram Manjhi on Friday raised accusing fingers at the NDA government for reportedly reinstating the Hyderabad Central University (HCU) vice chancellor. He also ... Times of India, 7 hours ago
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Ex-HC judge to probe Dalit student suicide, teachers on hunger strike

A former Allahabad High Court judge Ashok Kumar Roopanwal was appointed by the Centre to probe circumstances leading to suicide of dalit scholar of Hyderabad Central University(HCU) even as its teachers went on a hunger strike today backing the protesting ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Former HC judge to probe Rohith Vemula's suicide  Manorama Online1 week ago Govt appoints one-man commission to probe Rohith Vemula's suicide  Rediff.com1 week ago
Hindustan Times

HRD ministry tells JNU to address grievances of students

Having burnt its fingers at the University of Hyderabad where a Dalit PhD scholar committed suicide, the union human resource development ministry is treading cautiously at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). According to officials, the HRD ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Irani Directs JNU to Address Dalit Scholar's Concerns  New Indian Express1 week ago HRD swiftly acts on JNU Dalit scholar's suicide threat  Deccan Herald1 week ago Union Minister urges UoH students to end strike, have faith in judicial probe  MyInforms1 week ago
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Times of India

New IISER centres to be allowed to recruit five foreign faculties: Smriti Irani

NEW DELHI: Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani today said that new IISER centres would be allowed to recruit five foreign faculties. Inaugurating the permanent campus (Phase I) of Indian Institute of Science Education and Research ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Situation has worsened in education since Smriti took over as HRD minister: Cong  Newshence.com1 week ago Add Smriti Irani's name to Rohith Vemula suicide FIR: Arvind Kejriwal  Times of India2 weeks ago Smriti Irani under fire for lying in Dalit student's suicide case  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
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No, thanks! Dalit students reject recall to class, declare war

Provided by Firstpost After the highest decision making body of the Hyderabad Central University decided to revoke the suspension of five research scholars with "immediate effect", four of the students - one committed suicide last Sunday, ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago Hyderabad Central University students on fast moved to health centre  Livemint.com1 week ago Hyderabad students to intensify stir  Gulf News1 week ago No, thanks! Dalit students on warpath after Vemula suicide, reject HCU decision on revoking suspension  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago
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New Indian Express

Society is to blame for Rohith Vermula's death

The death of Rohith Vemula, a Dalit (lower caste) student pursuing post-doctoral studies at India's Hyderabad Central University, has once again reminded us of the ingrained inequality undergirding this supposedly modern state. Rohith was one of ...
 Gulf News1 week ago Yechury tears into Modi govt over student death  Calcutta Telegraph2 days ago Malicious Attempt by Parties to Turn Scholar's Suicide into Caste Battle: I...  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Rohith's Suicide Not a Dalit vs Non-Dalit Issue: Smriti  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
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180 protesting Centre's neglect of dalits, students, held in Coimbatore

Coimbatore: As many as 180 people, including 18 women were arrested on Tuesday afternoon for staging a black flag protest condemning Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the city. Modi was here to inaugurate the ESI Medical College and Hospital ...
 Times of India2 days ago

Dalit Scholar suicide: NSUI marches towards HRD Ministry, police lathicharges

Intensifying its attack on the BJP-led central government, National Students Union of India, the student wing of Congress, today staged a protest here demanding ouster of Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani over suicide of Dalit ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago The Scream Of Lotus Buds  Outlook India1 week ago
India Today

Vemula case exposes BJP, RSS anti-Dalit mindset

political attack on the Centre for its handling affairs related to suicide of Hyderabad University student Rohith Vemula, the Congress has termed the BJP and Sangh Parivar anti-Dalit to the core. The party tried to score points while stressing on ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Politically challenged issue  Jagran Post1 week ago Red, saffron hues in Dalit student's suicide in Hyderabad Central University  India Today2 weeks ago Politics and more in Rohith's sad suicide  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
Siasat Daily

Centre trying to mask issues over student's suicide: Congress

New Delhi: The Congress on Friday termed the human resource ministry's decision to constitute a judicial commission to probe the suicide of a Hyderabad Dalit student as a shoddy attempt. It's an attempt aimed at brushing aside the fundamental ...
 Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Centre plans judicial probe into scholar suicide  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago 'Centre trying to mask issues over student's suicide'  The Statesman2 weeks ago
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