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Deepika Padukone has done what no big male movie star has

Deepika Padukone has done what no big male movie star has by appearing at JNU on Tuesday evening in solidarity with students protesting against the insidious attack that rolled there for hours. Some accuse her of using the appearance to draw attention at a time when she has a new movie – “Chhapaak”. Doesn’t matter. She took a brave stand that she knew could impact her movie – there were instant calls to boycott it.

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JNU students’ president, injured in attack on campus, booked for vandalism

The Delhi Police has filed a First Information Report (FIR) against Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) leader Aishe Ghosh and 19 others for allegedly destroying the varsity’s property. Ghosh and others have been accused of destroying the server room on Saturday, a day before masked men and women armed with rods and hammers went about beating students and teachers on campus.

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Student told me cops kicked his head: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra tears into govt over JNU violence

student told Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Sunday that the police had kicked him several times on the head on a night when masked assailants went on the rampage in the JNU campus in Delhi.

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