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Monday, September 21, 2015
Girls from Kashmir, studying in Punjab kicked out of college hostel at night
Girls from Kashmir, studying in Punjab kicked out of college hostel at night SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 21: Around 40 Kashmiri girls were forced to spend whole night in open after authorities at Desh Bhagat College in northern state of Punjab kicked them out, a media report said today. According to Punjab News Express , the college authorities ordered the hostel inmates to vacate at odd hours in the wake of strike by college students against filling of some seats from management quota. "