All stories by Vishu Adhana
DU bars 2 students for screening BBC documentary on ModiRediff.com17 Mar 2023
During this period, the students will not be allowed to take any university or college or departmental examination, according to the memorandum dated March 10.
JNU VC withdraws new rules imposing penalty for protests after rowRediff.com2 Mar 2023
Late on Thursday, chief proctor Rajnish Kumar Mishra issued a notification saying the document on rules and discipline of JNU students is withdrawn, citing administrative reasons.
Why Ukraine-returned Indian students moving to RussiaRediff.com24 Feb 2023
More than 17,000 Indians, mostly students, were evacuated from the war-hit Ukraine under the mission.
We're fine, yet not fine: Turkish nationals living in DelhiRediff.com7 Feb 2023
Turkish-origin people living in India are trying to stay calm despite knowing that their home country would take several years to overcome the devastation.
After Rashtrapati Bhavan, DU renames its Mughal garden after BuddhaRediff.com30 Jan 2023
The garden does not have a Mughal design, was the rationale given by the university behind the rechristening, which was done on January 27.
Delhi college's ban on non-veg food kicks up a row, students to protestRediff.com19 Jan 2023
Hansraj College's decision to discontinue serving non-vegetarian food at its canteen and hostel after it reopened following the pandemic in February last year has drawn sharp criticism from several quarters.
Family travels from Agra to let grandson see Noida demolitionRediff.com28 Aug 2022
Riyaz and his wife have travelled 200 km from Agra in the heat to fulfil their five-year-old grandson's wish of witnessing the 'historic' demolition of Supertech twin towers in Noida on Sunday.
Was paraphrasing Ambedkar: JNU VC explains her 'caste of Gods' remarkRediff.com24 Aug 2022
A day after her remarks during a lecture in which she had said that anthropologically Gods do not belong to the upper caste, Jawaharlal Nehru University Vice Chancellor Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit said it is to the credit of Hinduism that great dissenters from Gautam Buddha to Dr B R Ambedkar are celebrated.
Mundka fire tragedy: 'Don't know whether she is alive or not'Rediff.com14 May 2022
'She is probably no more. The bodies were charred, you cannot look at them. How will you identify?'
Use of 'bhagwa' to win votes an insult to seers: Chh'garh CMRediff.com11 Apr 2022
Baghel went on to allege that the RSS brought "aggressive Hindutva" here, saying that it believes in "destroying everyone whose thinking does not match theirs".
Relief for Indian students as Ukraine varsities go onlineRediff.com15 Mar 2022
Several medical universities, mostly located in western Ukraine, have started online classes from Monday as holding physical classes in Ukraine has become impossible amid continued shelling by Russian forces.
How social media helped Indian students stranded in UkraineRediff.com9 Mar 2022
A video of students stranded in the war-hit Ukrainian city of Sumy holding Indian flags and threatening to take up a journey to the Russian border on foot created an uproar in national and international media, which in turn, prompted the Indian authorities to fast-track their evacuation process.
Ukraine impact: Indian students in Belarus head homeRediff.com7 Mar 2022
With the war in Ukraine entering its 12th day on Monday and tensions between Kyiv and Moscow showing no signs of easing, the students said there is panic in Belarus and their families in India too are concerned about their wellbeing.
Narrow escape for Kerala medic as K'taka batch mate killed just 50m awayRediff.com2 Mar 2022
A day later, Hussain's family in Kerala are thankful he escaped but also know that many perils lie ahead.