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- Extortion threats to 12 U.P MLAs, demand: Pay up Rs 12 lakh each, Intel agencies begin probe
- 6 women officers of the Indian Navy, who successfully circumnavigated the globe on INSV Tarini met PM Modi
- Case has been filed against Kamal Haasan and Vaiko for violating Section 144
- Indian Air Force Cheetah helicopter crash-lands in Natha Top in Jammu and Kashmir
- NHRC takes cognizance of Tuticorin violence, issues notice to Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary and DGP
- The Madras High Court directed Vedanta to stop the construction of the second unit of Sterlite copper smelter plant
- Tamil Nadu government forms judicial commission to probe Tuticorin violence
- J&K: Grenade attack in Bijbehara as 7 civilians were injured
- MHA has sought a report from Tamil Nadu Government on the violence in Tuticorin
Bharathiar varsity: DYFI demands wider probe
Covai Post Network
February 12, 2018
COIMBATORE: Members of Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) have demanded a wider investigation into the case related to suspended Vice-Chancellor of Bharathiar University A. Ganapathi.
In a petition to the District Collector, the members said the bribery case has brought shame to the highest post of the University. “The entire higher education system gets affected when such senior persons indulge in corruption. There should be an indepth investigation into the entire episode and all appointments made by him since 2006 should be thoroughly investigated,” they said.
They demanded transparency in the appointment of professors to universities and Government-aided colleges. “A separate board has to be set up for this purpose,” they said in the petition and urged the Collector to take immediate action in this regard.