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From Pondicherry to Oxford, protests across campuses against violence in JNU

IndiaTimes Monday, 6 January 2020
From Pondicherry University to Oxford University in London, anger over the violence in JNU resonated in varsities across the country and even abroad as students protested against the attack on students and faculty members by an armed masked mob. Students staged peaceful marches to register their protest against the violence on the JNU campus with hashtag "SOSJNU" trending on social media.
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