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Girls Hostel

Girls Hostel is Indian Drama TV series. It debuted on Dec 08, 2018, on TVFPlay. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.8 *.


How Many Seasons Of Girls Hostel Are There: 1 (5 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on December 8, 2018

TVFPlay, 5 episodes

Where Can I Watch Girls Hostel Online

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What Time Does Girls Hostel Come On Tonight

Girls Hostel is on TVFPlay (India) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 5 () - Air Date: Mar 01, 2019 (8 months ago)

News & Interviews

Now, NIT Kurukshetra's Ridiculous 'Curfew Timing' Notice To Girls Hostel Draws Flak Online - India Times - by Indiatimes

The hostel deadline has been a topic of controversy across universities and institutions in India. For instance, Pinjra Tod, a women's collective of Delhi University staged multiple protests for the past three years demanding curfew-less nights for women's hostels. 

Union Minister of State for AYUSH lays foundation stone of Girls Hostel at 'National Institute of Homoeopathy' - United News of India - by Uniindia

Kohima, Apr 10 (UNI) The Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) has appealed to all government machinery, particularly administration, police and law enforcing agencies, to ensure an atmosphere of free and fair elections with utmost impartiality.

Srishti Srivastava on Girliyapa's Girls Hostel Episode 3: Make the world safe for a girl - International Business Times, India - by Ibtimes

Srishti Srivastava added, "Right from 'Don't wear short skirts' to 'don't go out in dark'; girls are subject to many of these, while boys casually move past it without even realizing such restrictions exists. Why can't girls go out after 8.30pm? If the world is not safe then make it safe, stop keeping girls and women like prisoners in jail."

Kashmiri Students Locked in Dehradun Girls Hostel After Pulwama Attack Is Rumour: Uttarakhand Cop - LatestLY - per Latestly

Earlier today, the CRPF also issued an advisory dismissing reports of attacks on Kashmiri students living in other parts of the country. "Fake news about harassment of students from #Kashmir is being propagated by various miscreants on social media. CRPF helpline has enquired about complaints about harassment and found them incorrect. These are attempts to invoke hatred Please DO NOT circulate such posts (sic)," read a tweet of CRPF.


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