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Delhi Police evaluating evidence in St Stephen's molestation case

The Delhi Police on Friday said it was evaluating the evidence provided by the woman who has alleged sexual harassment by a chemistry professor of St Stephen's College.

St Stephens principal bans e-zine for not seeking his clearance

St Stephens College principal Valson Thampu has banned a student-run website for not seeking his clearance on the content before publishing and has appointed a one-man disciplinary committee to look into the matter.

Rahul Gandhi failed in Hindi at St Stephens College: Subramanian Swamy

Bharatiya Janata Party leader Dr Subramanian Swamy took potshots at Rahul Gandhi, saying the Congress vice president failed in Hindi language examination at the St Stephens College.

St Stephens announcs cut-off above 95’%

St Stephen’s College of Delhi University today announced a high cut-off list with above 95 per cent marks required for admission into most courses.

Debate over bag or bat persists!

Unmukt Chand’s rise in cricket has coincided with an academic low given the controversy surrounding his stint as a student at St Stephens College. While the row involving the cricketer and college management has ebbed for now, it has ignited a fresh debate among youth on whether to focus on studies or sports?

Sibal asks Stephens Principal to ensure Unmukt sits for exams

HRD Minister Kapil Sibal today requested St Stephens College Principal Walson Thampu to use his discretionary powers to ensure that junior cricketer Unmukt Chand, the captain of U-19 World Cup winning team, does not lose an academic year due to low attendance.

St Stephens College being run like private property: Cong MP

Prestigious St Stephens College
on Friday plunged into a controversy with Congress MP and alumni
Sandeep Dikshit accusing it of being run like a "private
property", a charge vehemently denied by the 130-year-old

HC notice to DU, St Stephens College on a student`s plea

The Delhi High Court has sought a
response from Delhi University and St. Stephens college on a petition filed by a girl student seeking direction for her
admission in the college.