TISS students see each other on their Laptops a BBC documentary after the screening was canceled amid BJP protests

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  • Meanwhile, Ashish Shelar, the president of his BJP in Mumbai, told the Maharashtra government that he is planning to screen a BBC documentary on campus. He demanded that police action be taken. Last week, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) ordered YouTube and Twitter to remove links showing the BBC documentary India. Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Sharad Pawar said on Saturday that there had been no proposal for an alliance with Prakash Ambedkar’s Vanchit Bahjan Agadi (PLA).

  • BJP Yuva Morcha withdrew her protest after being assured by police that a BBC documentary about Prime Minister Modi would not be screened at Mumbai’s Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). However, the students are reportedly watching movies on their laptops, so they decide to go ahead with the plan. Earlier, BJYM workers organized a protest outside the institute against a student’s plan to film the controversial documentary India. TISS administrators issued her second warning on Saturday afternoon, warning students to take action if they engage in screening-related activities.

“There is no proposal for an alliance, so we are not going to discuss it,” Pawar told reporters in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. Pawar’s comments follow his Prakash Ambedkar’s assertion that he (Pawar) is still on the side of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The NCP had advised Ambedkar to exercise restraint and avoid making statements against opposition partners Mahahi Vikas Agadi (MVA). Asked about Shiv Sena’s (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) meeting with his VBA and the announcement of the partnership between the two, Pawar said, “I don’t know what’s going on between the two parties.

While delivering the 7th Annual Supreme Court Justice MC Chagra Memorial Lecture on “A Tale of Two Constitutions: India and the United States”. All the pros and cons of it’.

We weren’t in the discussion, so I don’t want to talk about it. Therefore, we cannot discuss the allocation of seats”. Meanwhile, former Supreme Court Judge Rohinton Fari Nariman called federal justice minister Kiren Riziju’s recent comments against the judge-appointed university system a “diaphrase” and said on Friday that the independent judiciary He said the state would intervene when the last stronghold fell into “the abyss of hell”. Nariman, who was a member of the Supreme Court Collegium before stepping down from the Supreme Court in August 2021 commented.