The court has also granted anticipatory bail in another hate speech case registered at the Palarivattom Police Station for delivering objectionable speech at a temple festival at Vennala in Ernakulam district on May 8.
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Asserting that it will retain its 'tried and trusted' interview process during admission, St Stephen's College on Thursday urged the Delhi University to abide by the 1992 Supreme Court judgement and "avoid creating an unpleasant situation" for students seeking admission in the college.
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Some academicians have described the move as an infringement on the autonomy of the educational institutions, while there are others who said it would help foster better coordination between varsity heads and the government.
Amidst demands for 33 per cent reservation for women in Parliament and state legislative assemblies, the President said that there should be more representation of women in the various legislative bodies in the country.
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