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BelowAvgIndian 5h
Govt. Should not bow down to student's pressure... Let them strike for the whole year ... Even if they stop strike don't open the institution....8000 + middle aged students is not a concern
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Babli © Nov 29
I don't know what they are saying but love the music
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Swati Singh Nov 28
Fasiha Hassan and David today addressed the protesting students of JNU and registered their voice of solidarity with the students. Both are prominent student leaders from the , a student led movement that took place across South Africa.
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JNUSU Dec 4
JNUSU salutes all professors and their determination to protect the ethos of JNU for the future generations. They have decided to hold a Dharna and Hunger Strike today to support our demands and save Public Education in India.
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abdullanaseeh 23h
All these Onion, traffic jams etc. are just gimmicks to distract the people from the real issues like NRC & economic slowdown. We are conveniently falling for that.
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JNU Voice Dec 4
Jnu Students' Masaal Juloos March from Ganga Dhaba to Freedom Square Jnu in defence of Public Funded Education.
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Arghyadeep Das Dec 4
We live in a country where people demand for "free" education as a right, but would go all out (even into debt), for a high class marriage, "taki duniya yaad rakhe". Wah re wah.
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Mohit Sharma Dec 4
Replying to @rose_k01
Quarter of what JD, Black Label or theli? mein toh sab milta hoga?
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Humanity 20h
: All These JNU Parasites : Good Work by govt .. Be more strict : No Free ka maal anymore in name of so called education : this political University needs to revive it's Model for efficient System to run..
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Raghavendra Rao Dec 2
how much fees is being charged now after hike ? Vis a vis IIT n IIM somebody please clarify.
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Aniket Harjai Dec 1
Read the entire thread. It's eye opening!
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Senjuti Dec 2
The beauty and/or tragedy lies in the fact that in most cases you do not have to look beyond governmental data to nullify the government's arguments. MHRD Data Shows Only 10% of Educational Loans Went to SC, ST Students
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Pattom Rahul Nov 30
Protest in Busy Roads... JNU Students Protest in New Delhi against the fee hike.
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Uday India Magazine Dec 3
| Those skipping exams will lose their studentship, says JNU
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Adrija Chatterjee Dec 3
Replying to @IIMC_India
I had to skip interview round at ACJ, since I couldn't afford the fees there. Back in 2014, I could have only afforded the English Journalism course , which was 50k at the time. It has been hiked by a lot since then. have been inspiring accountability.
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kailash_goswami Nov 29
Yesterday, I had a little conversation with my JNU friend about how's there protest going on? And she said nice . So again i questioned her ' desh ko badne k liye desh ki kitni property thod di ? Now , she is not talking to me. 😒
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Vishal Subhash Rajemahadik विशाल सुभाष राजेमहाडीक Dec 4
Quarter is either 250ml or 3 months!
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Gaurav Nov 30
Brilliant thread. are a fraud.
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IMRAN Sdi🇮🇳 ಇಮ್ರಾನ 20h
signs of Total Revolution
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avinash 16h
I'm stunned. Our PM is a time traveller🤯
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