LAHROE – A delegation of Dalit Community from India and Bangladesh on Monday visited the Centre for South Asian Studies, University of the Punjab where a gathering of students and scholars welcomed the guests. The delegation was comprised Ashok Kumar, Bikash Das and Ravi Kumar Das, who have visited Lahore in relation to Dr Ambedkar Annual Day celebrations. According to the guests, Dalits are not treated as human being in the society. They are of the view that India has the largest number of oppressed people in the world and due to Brahmanic approach of the Indian society. They stated the rights of a Dalit people were violated in India and Bangladesh, their children were forced to leave the schools and it was very difficult for them to get education and other basics of life. They concluded that there was no past and present of the Dalit Movement but there was hope of the future. At the end of the session a free discussion was held and gifts were presented to the guests from the Centre for South Asian Studies.PU declares results: PU Examinations Department has declared the results of MA Fine Arts Part-I, Supplementary Examination 2011 and MSc Mountain Conservation & Watershed Management Part-II, Supplementary Examination 2011. Detailed results are also available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk.