Angry JNU Simmers After 'Anti-India Elements' Crackdown

PUBLISHED ON: February 12, 2016 | Duration: 50 min, 50 sec

  
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Angry JNU Simmers After 'Anti-India Elements' Crackdown

The Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi has been marred with massive protests. The students' union president was arrested today amid raids and police action in the University after 'anti-India' slogans were allegedly raised on campus yesterday. (Video Courtesy: Caltech/MIT/LIGO Laboratory)

National Herald: Top Court Rejects Gandhis' Plea To Stop Trial

Both Subramanian Swamy and the Congress party today claimed victory in the ongoing National Herald Case in the Supreme Court. The Gandhis will not have to make a personal appearance but the case will go on. The top court also expunged parts of Delhi High Court's December 2015 order with incriminating inferences and 'firm conclusions' saying the judge's observations prejudiced the trial. Is this a setback for the Gandhis or vindication?

Gravitational Waves: Biggest Scientific Breakthrough In 100 Years?

The India link to what has been referred to as one of the most profound discoveries of our times - gravitational waves from two black holes in deep space merging 1.3 billion years ago. Sounds like science fiction, but we'll try and explain why this discovery is our biggest leap perhaps in learning about the creation of the universe.
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