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Amit Shah, Supreme Court, BJP, ABVP

How Left has irrevocably damaged JNU's electoral politics

It may have won again in its stronghold, but it is doubtful that JNU and the Left itself will survive such anarchy for long.


 |  2-minute read
Amarinder singh, College elections, Student politics, Punjab

Why colleges in Punjab are celebrating

CM Amarinder Singh has fulfilled one poll promise.


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Student unions, Student politics, Kerala High Court

Why Kerala HC's ban on student protests is a setback for India's vibrant campuses

It would only result in churning out a politically naive citizenry.


 |  Shorts In The Dark  |  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.


 |  4-minute read
Student politics, ABVP, Ramjas college

Ramjas clash shows our student leaders are crybabies

You should die of shame if you are in college and the cops are on your side. You are supposed to be fighting a pitched battle with authority.


 |  6-minute read
Student politics, Delhi University, St Stephen's College

How St Stephen's College was degraded into an enclave of snobbery

I do not recall having a stimulating conversation in the staff room, which smouldered often with intrigues.


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Leftist, Student politics, Kanhaiya Kumar, JNU Row

What Kanhaiya meant and what I don't want him to become

One does not want the possibility of politics to be destroyed by the hyperboles of publicity.


 |  8-minute read
Student politics, Constitution, Free Speech, JNU Row

JNU row: Let the young minds be

It's now time to stop the politicisation of these temples of learning for vested interests.


 |  Negative Universe  |  2-minute read
Student politics, JNUSU, Chandrashekhar Prasad, Kanhaiya Kumar

Kanhaiya should not meet slain JNU student leader Chandrashekhar Prasad's fate

Vigilante nationalists are baying for the illegally jailed JNUSU president's blood.


 |  4-minute read
Student politics, Leftist, Rohith Vemula, JNU

India's Left politics has miserably failed

The silence of India's hyper-active opposition parties on the JNU fiasco, is a despicable and irresponsible act.