ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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ASSAM-NAGALAND-Indifference Pays

NSUl (National Students Union of India), has lived up to its reputation. In 1984, when the NSUl convention was held in Nagpur, not only the city itself, but railway stations leading to Nagpur were ransacked by the delegates. This time in Delhi, although its convention passed off without looting of shops, burning of buses and raping of women, the delegates ^id not depart without leaving some signs of their presence in the capital. At the end of the convention they raided the residence of the Rajya Sabha MP and lawyer Ram Jethmalani, and left 25 police personnel injured.

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