Protesters bring out a procession from DU central library to press home their five-point demand. They march on TSC-Nilkhet-Kantaban road and then rally at Shahbagh intersection.
Protesters block Shahbagh intersection. Dhaka-Aricha, Chittagong-Rangamati, Dhaka-Mymensingh, and Dhaka-Rajshahi highways are also blocked.
Demonstrators refuse to clear Shahbagh intersection.
Police charge truncheons, fire teargas shells, and rubber bullets. The clash between police and protestors go on for five and a half hours.
Half the protestors go towards TSC while some stay near the fine arts faculty. Around 700 female students of Kuwait-Moitree Hall break the main gate of the dorm to join the demonstrations.
Police lob teargas at protestors in Shahbagh area while the VC's house is vandalised by hundreds of people.
AL lawmaker Jahangir Kabir Nanak at Shahbagh says AL General Secretary Obaidul Quader is to sit with the protesters around 11:00am Monday.
The VC comes out of the residence while Chhatra League activists gather there. Nanak visits the VC's house. The prime minister telephones the VC.
Protestor take position at the TSC. Chhatra League men take position in front of the VC's residence.
Protestors and Chhatra League men chase each other. Chhatra League men fire several shots at protestors.
Female students get stranded inside the TSC while male protestors take position inside Curzon Hall.
Police fire teargas at protestors near Curzon Hall.
Additional law enforcers arrive.
Chhatra League men from different dorms go towards Doyel Chattar while police continue to fire teargas.
Stranded female students return to their dorms.
Protestors chase away Chhatra League men.
Police fire teargas and rubber bullets inside Shahidullah Hall and disperse the protestors.
Protestors in a press conference demand immediate release of the detained. Dhaka University Teachers' Association condemns attack on VC's home.
The agitators bring out a procession from the central library and march campus streets.
The demonstrators try to bring out another procession but police fire teargas at them.
Protesters gather at the Raju Memorial Sculpture and barricade access to the TSC area. They chase away Chhatra League men who try to get to TSC area from Shahbagh.
The agitators announce that a 20-member delegation is to sit with government representatives.
Led by platform's convener Hasan Al Mamun and Faruk Hasan, the delegation go to the Secretariat.
Obaidul Quader after the meeting says the agitators agreed to suspend their movement until May 7.
Convener of the platform postpones the demonstrations.
Bipasha Chowdhury, coordinator of a newly formed committee of the agitating students, announces that the strikes are to continue in all universities and colleges.
The spinoff faction of demonstrators leave TSC.
Bangladesh Shadharan Chhatra Adhikar Sangrakkhan Parishad ask all to refrain from agitation.
The other faction continues demonstration at the Raju Memorial Sculpture.
The factions reunite and declare nationwide road blockade and boycott of classes in colleges and universities. They demand apology from Agriculture Minister Matia Chowdhury.
Protestors start demonstrating in TSC area and burn Matia's effigy.
Students allege that three protestors are being tortured in Sufia Kamal Hall by Chhatra League hall unit president Iffat Jahan Isha.
The news of torture spread on social media including a rumour that Iffat had cut the tendons of student Morsheda. Students of the dorm storm Iffat's room and beat up the Chhatra League leader.
DU Proctor AKM Golam Rabbani enters Sufia Kamal Hall amid slogans from protestors that his steps are an eyewash.
Chhatra League padlock the collapsible gates of different halls so that protestors cannot go outside.
Chhatra League expels Iffat.
Morsheda, who was tortured by Iffat, is released from Sarkari Karmachari Hospital and taken to DU Medical centre.
Morsheda leaves the medical centre but declines to comment.
Around 1,200 protesters from Bijoy Ekattur Hall break the padlock at the dormitory's main gate and march towards Sufia Kamal Hall.
DU suspends Iffat.
About 5,000 protesters start marching away from Sufia Kamal Hall chanting slogans demanding arrest of Iffat.
Agitators start their protest for the fourth consecutive day.
Duta expresses solidarity with the protestors.
Chhatra League leaders quoting the prime minister say that there would be no quota in government jobs.
The prime minister in parliament speaks of scrapping the quota system and asks students to return to classes.
Protestors take time to ponder.
Chhatra League brings out a victory procession and congratulates the prime minister.
Protestors call off their demonstrations.
Protestors bring out a victory procession.