“In fact, Delhi has the maximum concentration of quake epicentres. It has been indicated that there are many hidden faults in the alluvial deposits of the Indo-Gangetic plain,” Prof Dubey said.
In a letter written to the vice-chancellor, the principal reiterated his inability to continue as officiating principal on account of ‘prevailing circumstances’ at the university.
The BJP-backed National Teachers’ Democratic Front (NDTF) will organise a protest march from DU North Campus to Old Secretariat on April 27 against the move.
The case file is in Delhi High Court for a hearing on July 23 on the pleas of Pental, Prasad and Sarathi challenging trial court’s orders.
BJP accused the government of ‘playing a game to appoint its own teachers’.
‘Pads against sexism’ was a global campaign meant to tackle and protest against sexism by posting messages on sanitary pads.
The project, which was started by a different group of students in 2013, has received a grant of Rs 15 lakh from the university.
V-C Dinesh Singh even challenged the jurisdiction of the show-cause notice.
The family filed a complaint against the college on March 24.
Devansh Mehta said there has been no explanation as to why the magazine was banned by Valson Thampu.
After much internal debate, the committee has prescribed three possible models for the implementation.
The department has formed a five-member committee which is looking towards creating a vision document.
Disha Student’s Organisation also started a signature campaign, and they too plan to submit the signatures to Sisodia.
The bench told the DU counsel that the university had a negative ‘attitude’ and ‘seemed to treat CLC as different from the university’.
Pental and his student Prasad have been accused of plagiarising the petitioner’s paper .
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