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    Kanhaiya Kumar likely to contest from Begusarai constituency in Bihar on CPI ticket

    Patna: Former Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union president Kanhaiya Kumar is likely to contest the 2019 Lok Sabha election from Begusarai constituency in Bihar as a CPI candidate. He is likely to have the support of grand alliance partners RJD, Congress, NCP and Jitan Ram Manjhi’s HAM(S).

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    Lok Sabha 2019 Election: Kanhaiya Kumar does not rule out contesting 2019 polls

    Mumbai: Kanhaiya Kumar, student leader of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) who was charged under sedition by the Bharatiya Janta Party government in Feb 2016, has been working hard in reaching out to young generation. Speaking at the Mumbai Press Club, Kanhaiya confirmed he will contest 2019 polls.

  • NDRF man rescues child; brave act wins praise on social media

     Idukki : An NDRF officer rescued a sick child by sprinting across a bridge moments before it got submerged in gushing flood waters in rain-ravaged Kerala, with an image of his daring act going viral on the social media.

  • Bhopal: RSS threat to Muslim, SC/ST, women, alleges Kanhaiya Kumar

    Bhopal: RSS is not only a threat to Muslims but also to SC/ST, OBC and women, alleged former JNU student union president Kanhaiya Kumar
    while addressing a public meeting here on Monday. The student leader was here to participate in ‘Youth Sansad’ organised at Bhopal Jan Utsav. Besides Kanhaiya, a number of students’ leaders including Sanjay Rajora, Kamla Preet Kour from Delhi University and general secretary of JNU students union Satrupa Chakraborti participated

  • Bhopal: Hardik, Kanhaiya should not snipe at Modi to chase TRPs: Uma

    Bhopal: Union minister Uma Bharati has advised Kanhaiya Kumar, Hardik Patel and “others of their ilk” to refrain from trying to win TRPs by attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “Opposing Modi may get you TRPs, but it won’t help you win votes. Whosoever opposed Modi, had to bite the dust,” she said.  Bharati was talking with newspersons here on Tuesday.

  • Killing episode was captured by CCTV camera, says journalist Gauri Lankesh’s brother

    Bengaluru: The whole incident of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh’s murder was captured by two CCTV cameras outside her residence, said her brother Indrajeet Lankesh. Gauri was shot by unknown assassins last night. Speaking to the media outside the hospital, where Gauri’s post-mortem was carried out, Indrajeet Lankesh said that the CCTV has captured everything while also requesting the police to let him or his mother be present, while watching the footage.

  • The Nation State and the Secular

    Indian Society and the Secular                        

  • Has BJP bashing become the favourite past time for Liberals?

    India is world’s largest democracy and it has world’s second largest population after China. India prides itself on freedom of expression, free speech, dissent and raising questions against the government. The situation in India has changed over the past three years, when Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led NDA came to power with astonishing majority and changed the political discourse. The government at the centre headed by Narendra Modi has past many legislations,

  • BJP wants to enforce Manu Smriti rule, says Kanhaiya Kumar

    Pune: Hitting out at the BJP government, Kanhaiya Kumar, former president of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union, on Friday said that the ruling party intents to amend the constitution and want the rule of Manu Smriti.

  • Thank you Prime Minister for remembering Ambedkar: Kanhaiya Kumar

    Nagpur: Kanhaiya Kumar, the former president of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union and leader of All India Students Federation, was in the city on Thursday to deliver a lecture and to launch his autobiography titled ‘Bihar se Tihar Tak’.

  • Kanhaiya joins anti-ABVP march

    New Delhi : JNU student Kanhaiya Kumar, out on bail in a sedition case, on Tuesday, joined the anti-ABVP march at the Delhi University demanding “non-violence” on campuses even as ABVP members raised “go back Kanhaiya” slogans.

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    Mumbai: Kanhaiya Kumar plays caste card in fight for Dalit workers

    Mumbai : “Dalits and workers cannot be separated because 90 per cent of workers are Dalits. It is high time that we should be given an equal status in society and treated with dignity irrespective of the kind of work we do,” claimed  leader of the All India Student Federation (AISF) Kanhaiya Kumar at the protest rally of workers of Solid Waste Management (SWM) of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) at Azad Maidan on

  • High Court extends relief to JNU students till 24 November

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday extended the relief granted to the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students against the university’s decision holding them guilty of indiscipline in the controversial February 9 event.

  • JNU row: Senseless on sedition

    Quite clearly, some people are taking this business of nationalism and patriotism a bit too far. Neither should be hostage to the whims of crazies and others who rush to brand anyone disagreeing with them as traitors. Slapping sedition charges at the drop of a hat, in fact, cheapens patriotism. The Indian nation can survive an honest difference of opinion as to what constitutes patriotism. As a vibrant democracy of a billion-plus

  • Probe panel nails 21 JNU students for indiscipline

    New Delhi : The appellate authority which heard the appeals of the 21 JNU students who were penalised in connection with the controversial February 9 event has found all of them guilty of indiscipline even as the financial penalty imposed on some of them has been reduced.

  • You could be accused of sedition, beware!

    Dr. Manmohan Singh used to be the butt of much criticism by leaders of the BJP for years. And why shouldn’t the prime minister be criticised for his policies?