There are over 300 fever patients admitted to Sir Ganga Ram. Doctors said two or three out of every 10 patients coming in with complaints of high fever and weakness test positive for dengue, while the rest have chikungunya.
“Since the present occupant is illegally occupying the premises, he has been asked to vacate the place so that tendering procedure may be initiated at the earliest to run Ganga Dhaba,” the statement said.
The study observes that most of the juveniles came from “low socio-economic backgrounds and poverty-stricken areas where economic stability takes precedence over emotional stability”, and they are often victims of abuse and neglect.
While stating that police were not given permission to enter the premises, Jamia Vice-Chancellor Talat Ahmad said the officers did not enter any hostel and that “two to three students were unnecessarily making an issue”.
According to new rules, students who are interested in organising public meetings or other events in the campus would be required to 'ensure' that all participants provide their details including their name, the institution to which they belong, their mobile number and address
Ashish Agnihotri, associate professor at the Centre of French and Francophone Studies, was suspended with “immediate effect” on July 25.after being allegedly found guilty of declaring his parents as ‘dependents’ despite his father’s pension as a government servant.
The JNU Student’s Union (JNUSU) which had earlier planned to protest outside the venue against inviting RSS leader Indresh Kumar has now decided to call off its protest and concentrate on admission assistance
Sisodia said it was the collective responsibility of VCs, principals and education officials to ensure that every student who completes Class XII in the city manages to secure a seat in a college or an university.
In the notice served on July 22 to Imran, a PhD student of International Studies at the MMA Jauhar Academy of International Studies and the president of the Jamia Students' Forum (JSF), he is pulled up for his making statements critical of the Jamia administration