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Stephen's Molestation Case: Woman Sends Caution Note to Professor, Thampu

Scholar writes caution note to Thampu

NEW DELHI: The researcher who's accused the former bursar of St Stephen's College of sexual harassment has written to principal Valson Thampu and the accused Satish Kumar. In a letter rich in legalese—it would've been a legal notice if it had gone ... Times of India, 6 hours ago
Thampu, professor to face legal action? Asian Age, 6 hours ago
Thampu meets UGC officials, says had a great time Press Trust of India, 10 hours ago

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Delhi University vice-chancellor is criticised for inaction in case

Amid flip flop by St. Stephen’s College principal Valson Thampu over molestation victim’s stipend, Old Stephanians Association, a body not recognised by college, demanded that the supreme council must direct Prof. Thampu to step down or sack him. The ...
 Asian Age4 days ago

Thampu's flip-flop over stipend of molestation victim

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The St. Stephen's prinicipal has said that the Ph.D scholar never collected the cheques. In a flip-flop, St. Stephen's principal Valson Thampu who had claimed that the PhD scholar, who had alleged ...
 The Hindu4 days ago

Stephens student moves HC for character certificate from

college New Delhi, Jul 22 (PTI) A student-editor of St Stephens' banned e-magazine today moved the Delhi High Court seeking a character certificate and alleging that the provisional graduation certificate issued to him does not certify his ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago St Stephen's student, whose e-magazine was banned by Principal Thampu, moves HC for character certificate  DNA India1 week ago Stephens E-Zine Editor Moves HC for Character Certificate From College  Outlook1 week ago PTI - HC-STEPHENS - Stephens student moves HC for character certificate from college  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago

St Stephen's can take 1,000 more controversies: Valson Thampu

Thampu maintains that attacks on the college and him are not by the learned society but by a handful of people. (Source: Express photo) With St Stephen's College embroiled in yet another controversy, this time over an alleged case of vandalism, ...
 Indian Express1 week ago St Stephen's can withstand thousand other controversies: Principal Valson Thampu  Zee News1 week ago St Stephen's can withstand 1,000 other controversies, says principal Valson Thampu  Asian Age1 week ago St Stephen's can withstand 1000 other controversies: Thampu  Press Trust of India1 week ago
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Complaint of vandalism: St Stephen's alumni, women's rights activists slam principal Thampu

New Delhi: In wake of another controversy at St Stephen's college over a complaint of vandalism filed by the principal Valson Thampu against the student who took him to court in an e-zine row, a group of college alumni and women right activists ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago STEPHENS - Stephen's alumni,women groups condemn vandalism complaint by Thampu  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Stephen's Row: Women groups condemn Thampu's complaint  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Stephen's Alumni, Women Groups Slam Thampu for Vandalism Complaint  Outlook1 week ago

St Stephen's lodges police complaint against student editor Devansh Mehta

Delhi's St Stephen's College has filed a case against student editor Devansh Mehta of vandalism and trespass in a chemistry lab in the college. Devansh Mehta had clashed with Principal Valson Thampu over the publication of a college e-zine in April this year.In its complaint, the college has alleged that Mehta alongwith a researcher barged into the chemistry lab and damaged the equipments there. Interestingly, the researcher mentioned in the complaint is the same woman who has accused ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago St Stephen's now accuses student editor of vandalism  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago St. Stephen's student cries foul again  The Hindu2 weeks ago

New plaint from Stephen's scholar

NEW DELHI: The St Stephen's researcher who has filed a sexual harassment case against the college bursar claimed on Thursday that she had been told that "since Satish Kumar (the accused) has not given his approval, the stipend could not be ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Another row at Stephen's

In yet another controversy at St Stephen's College, Devansh Mehta,the former student who had taken principal Valson Thampu to court after he had suspended him for publishing an e-zine without seeking clearance, clashed with the college authorities. ...
 The Statesman1 week ago STEPHENS - E-zine row: Student claims discrepancy in prov certificate  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago E-zine row: Student claims discrepancy in provisional certificate  Zee News2 weeks ago STEPHENS - St Stephen's e-zine row: Student claims discrepancy in prov certificate  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

Relief for Stephen's ex-vice-principal

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Delhi High Court on Monday provided relief to former St. Stephen's College vice-principal M.S. Frank. Dr. Frank had challenged the Governing Body's decision of finding him guilty of misconduct and ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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