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View Poll Results: Is the government action against JNU students justified ??
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Old March 26th, 2017, 09:01 AM
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

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It was common discussion on lunch tables then (& even today). There is a near concencus that general public cannot eat & drink Digital India.
(I expected that you would pin the entire letter on me. Nevermind )
Did you actually write the entire letter?
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That also means he has a degree from JNU

checking on this combo, stumbled upon this piece from last year.

Constrained over the ongoing 'anti-national' activities going on in the Jawahar Lal Nehru University, ex-servicemen of June, 1978 batch of the National Defence Academy (NDA) have said that they are finding it difficult to be associated to the university and therefore they would return their degrees.

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