JNU

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POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
JNU, Sangh Parivar, Jingoism, Warmongering

Tank in JNU: Kill warmongering, please

Those who valourise militarism and weapons are diminishing and distorting Indian culture and non-violent values.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Patriotism, Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar, Tanks, JNU

You don't need a tank to win JNU battle

To change such an ecosystem, just a heavy dose of patriotism is not enough.

POLITICS

 |   Long-form
Hypernationalism, Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar, Tanks, JNU

Tank is an excuse to turn JNU into war zone

It is not meant to 'instil patriotism' or 'honour the Army', but to bait JNU students and faculty into making statements that allow you to paint them as traitors.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Oxford university, Delhi University, JNU, Student politics

What Indian universities can learn from Oxford about student politics

Politics as public engagement is vital to producing future citizens of a democracy.

SCI-TECH

 |  4-minute read
JNU, Technoloy, Fake news

The media will be the easiest prey of fake news menace

Government must make all sections of the population aware of the realities of this information war.

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
UGC, JNU, Higher Education

By cutting funds for research, government is failing education sector

JNU, India's top research university, has seen a massive cut in MPhil and PhD seats by 80 per cent.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   Long-form
Hate Speech, Yogi Adityanath, JNU, Najeeb Ahmed

Najeeb Ahmed Googling ISIS isn’t the issue, rewarding hate speech is

In this vikas-loving country, browsing for communally-charged content is frowned upon, but not creating it.

VARIETY

 |   Long-form

VARIETY

 |   Long-form
JNU, Rohith Vemula, Dalits

JNU Dalit scholar’s death is an eerie reminder of how we failed Rohith Vemula

Muthukrishnan’s last post on Facebook said ‘equality denied is everything denied’.

VARIETY

 |  5-minute read
Communal Polarisation, JNU, Anti-nationals, Kerala politics

Kerala, JNU, bounty, Bastar & UP: 5 recent controversies that sucked your blood for free

We want to sustain our outrage and externalise the rage within us because our own personal lives are an irreparable mess.