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Tensions persist at QAU over students release from police captivity

ISLAMABAD: The students at Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU) on Monday have once again boycotted the classes to mount pressure on the varsity’s administration to concede their ‘just demands’. In an apparent protest, the students locked the varsity staffers out of the university departments on early Monday morning in a sheer defiance to the QAU administration. The admin department was sealed and the varsity management remained baffled as how to tackle the matter. Raising slogans against the QAU administration, the…

70 protesting students set free, academic activities resume at QAU

ISLAMABAD: Seventy students, who were rounded up for trying to disrupt educational activities at the Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU) in protest over hike in tuition fees, have been released. According to the details, police set free 70 students who were picked up a day earlier after clashes with the law enforcement personnel. The clashes had erupted at the university campus in Islamabad when a number of students tried to stop the university buses from leaving the campus to bring students as the management announced to…

Panic grips Quaid-e-Azam varsity after protest on tuition fees hike

ISLAMABAD: Police nabbed over 100 students of Quaid-e-Azam University here for their protest against the varsity’s administration after an increment in tuition fees, ARY News reported. The federal police have registered cases against the students for threatening the varsity’s staff members and forcing other fellows from attending the classes. Earlier today, the university had announced resuming its classes after a three-week gap. A large number of students went on a rampage as the university resumed the classes, as…