Police sources told The Indian Express that investigation into the case is almost done and that they are awaiting forensic reports of mobile phone and laptop data belonging to some of the suspects. Sources said they have also completed questioning the suspects.
A total of 115 species were identified — primarily in Yamuna Biodiversity Park and Aravali Biodiversity Park. Butterflies were also sighted in the Kamala Nehru Ridge and the Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary.
Jamia Vice-Chancellor Talat Ahmad said, “We had written a letter to the NCC Director General detailing all the grievances. We also issued a showcause notice to the ANO, stating that the students' welfare was his duty and he did not act."
“They don’t let us form unions. Almost all the factories here have just one door that doubles as an entry and exit. What will happen to us if a fire breaks out? I had filed a case against my owner in a labour court and was fired from the job,” a worker said.
The students "occupied" gate number 3 of the metro station. "We will occupy the gate till somebody from the Central government or DMRC gives us an assurance that fare hike will be rolled back. Until then, we won't move from here," said an AISA student.
FrogFest — a first-of-its-kind exhibition at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), inaugurated on January 15 — “celebrates frogs in art and nature” to “build awareness on the need for conservation of these species and highlight their role in the natural world”
Asked if Mann had been suspended, acting principal P V Khatri said, “We are still enquiring as to how he was granted admission. There seems to be some issue related to his OBC category. If his admission is found to be incorrect, we will cancel it.”
The notice, dated January 8, was issued by Chief Proctor Kaushal Kumar Sharma to JNUSU president Geeta Kumari, vice-president Simone Zoya Khan, general secretary Duggirala Srikrishna and joint secretary Shubhanshu Singh.