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TISS student suspended for 2 years for protest outside Parliament

IndiaTimes Friday, 19 April 2024
Ramadas KS, a dalit student at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, faced suspension, losing his national fellowship for scheduled castes and HRA due to engaging in unlawful activities during a protest, including the Parliament March.
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