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'Jnu Hearing' - 8 News Result(s)

  • 'Were Your Men Sleeping?' Cops Asked To Explain JNU Hearing Violence

    'Were Your Men Sleeping?' Cops Asked To Explain JNU Hearing Violence

    Confronted by a team of lawyers sent by the Supreme Court, policemen failed to explain the violence that erupted for the second time at Delhi's Patiala House Courts last week, when arrested JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar was assaulted while being produced for his hearing.

  • Supreme Court Notice To Lawyers, Police Over JNU Hearing Violence

    Supreme Court Notice To Lawyers, Police Over JNU Hearing Violence

    The Supreme Court has issued notices to three lawyers caught on video leading the violence at the Delhi's Patiala House courts last week during the hearings of arrested JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar.

  • Lawyer Yashpal Singh Who Attacked Journalists At JNU Hearing Arrested, Gets Bail

    Lawyer Yashpal Singh Who Attacked Journalists At JNU Hearing Arrested, Gets Bail

    Yashpal Singh, one of the lawyers who was caught on camera attacking teachers, students and journalists at the court hearing in the JNU case in Delhi last week, was arrested and released by the police on bail on Tuesday.

  • ShameX2. Arrested JNU Student Kanhaiya Kumar, Others Hit

    ShameX2. Arrested JNU Student Kanhaiya Kumar, Others Hit

    For the second time this week, a court hearing for arrested JNU student Kanhaiya Kumar descended into chaos delivered by brazen lawyers. On Monday, it was reporters and Mr Kumar's supporters who were attacked.

  • For JNU Hearing, Supreme Court Orders These Precautions

    For JNU Hearing, Supreme Court Orders These Precautions

    When Kanhaiya Kumar, the student arrested for sedition, is brought to a Delhi court today, only five reporters will be allowed into the court-room; supporters of Mr Kumar, a student leader from JNU, have to pick two representatives to attend the hearing, said the Supreme Court today.

  • Again. Journalist Beaten At JNU Hearing, Same Lawyer Involved: 10 Facts

    Again. Journalist Beaten At JNU Hearing, Same Lawyer Involved: 10 Facts

    A large group of lawyers barged into a Delhi court, some carrying Indian flags, and shouted slogans of "Vande Mataram" ahead of a hearing on arrested JNU student Kanhaiya Kumar.

  • Supreme Court's Help Sought In Punishing Violence At JNU Hearing: 10 Facts

    Supreme Court's Help Sought In Punishing Violence At JNU Hearing: 10 Facts

    At a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi today, opposition parties raised their objections over the arrest of a JNU student leader on charges of sedition. The controversy escalated sharply yesterday with lawyers attacking reporters and students and faculty of JNU at a Delhi court.

  • BJP Legislator OP Sharma Seen Beating Man Outside JNU Hearing

    BJP Legislator OP Sharma Seen Beating Man Outside JNU Hearing

    The violence that erupted outside a Delhi court included a BJP legislator who was assaulting a man, reported to be a Left activist. The BJP leader, OP Sharma, told news agency ANI as saying that anyone heard shouting Pro-Pakistan slogans "will be attacked".

'Jnu Hearing' - 4 Video Result(s)

'Jnu Hearing' - 8 News Result(s)

  • 'Were Your Men Sleeping?' Cops Asked To Explain JNU Hearing Violence

    'Were Your Men Sleeping?' Cops Asked To Explain JNU Hearing Violence

    Confronted by a team of lawyers sent by the Supreme Court, policemen failed to explain the violence that erupted for the second time at Delhi's Patiala House Courts last week, when arrested JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar was assaulted while being produced for his hearing.

  • Supreme Court Notice To Lawyers, Police Over JNU Hearing Violence

    Supreme Court Notice To Lawyers, Police Over JNU Hearing Violence

    The Supreme Court has issued notices to three lawyers caught on video leading the violence at the Delhi's Patiala House courts last week during the hearings of arrested JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar.

  • Lawyer Yashpal Singh Who Attacked Journalists At JNU Hearing Arrested, Gets Bail

    Lawyer Yashpal Singh Who Attacked Journalists At JNU Hearing Arrested, Gets Bail

    Yashpal Singh, one of the lawyers who was caught on camera attacking teachers, students and journalists at the court hearing in the JNU case in Delhi last week, was arrested and released by the police on bail on Tuesday.

  • ShameX2. Arrested JNU Student Kanhaiya Kumar, Others Hit

    ShameX2. Arrested JNU Student Kanhaiya Kumar, Others Hit

    For the second time this week, a court hearing for arrested JNU student Kanhaiya Kumar descended into chaos delivered by brazen lawyers. On Monday, it was reporters and Mr Kumar's supporters who were attacked.

  • For JNU Hearing, Supreme Court Orders These Precautions

    For JNU Hearing, Supreme Court Orders These Precautions

    When Kanhaiya Kumar, the student arrested for sedition, is brought to a Delhi court today, only five reporters will be allowed into the court-room; supporters of Mr Kumar, a student leader from JNU, have to pick two representatives to attend the hearing, said the Supreme Court today.

  • Again. Journalist Beaten At JNU Hearing, Same Lawyer Involved: 10 Facts

    Again. Journalist Beaten At JNU Hearing, Same Lawyer Involved: 10 Facts

    A large group of lawyers barged into a Delhi court, some carrying Indian flags, and shouted slogans of "Vande Mataram" ahead of a hearing on arrested JNU student Kanhaiya Kumar.

  • Supreme Court's Help Sought In Punishing Violence At JNU Hearing: 10 Facts

    Supreme Court's Help Sought In Punishing Violence At JNU Hearing: 10 Facts

    At a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi today, opposition parties raised their objections over the arrest of a JNU student leader on charges of sedition. The controversy escalated sharply yesterday with lawyers attacking reporters and students and faculty of JNU at a Delhi court.

  • BJP Legislator OP Sharma Seen Beating Man Outside JNU Hearing

    BJP Legislator OP Sharma Seen Beating Man Outside JNU Hearing

    The violence that erupted outside a Delhi court included a BJP legislator who was assaulting a man, reported to be a Left activist. The BJP leader, OP Sharma, told news agency ANI as saying that anyone heard shouting Pro-Pakistan slogans "will be attacked".

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