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Kiruba Munusamy points out that in most instances victims are forced to be silent because they fear being failed, denied reference letters or even being forced to quit the college
It has had its share of criticism and it's share of appreciation but what do the students and teachers who belong to the system think about this list.
ME TOO: A lawyer's initiative to name academicians guilty of sexual assault brings 58 prominent names to the list, including nine from Delhi University
While the FB initiative has gained its share of supporters, several women activists have objected to the initiative that names or accuses men without substantiation or reason
Shades of Rima Kallingal: Actor, dancer and proud feminist gets candid about her life, views and dreams
From fighting income disparity in the industry to being one of the few celebrities who got vocal about the #MeToo campaign, Rima is the icon we all want in the cinema
Break the rules when it’s for the right cause, says this Tamil Nadu activist, who is lobbying for a non-electoral system
The activist feels every student has a right to protest and opposition from the judiciary and authorities goes against India's Constitution and sovereignty
EXCLUSIVE: One year on, it doesn't seem like the CBI wants to find Najeeb. They think the issue will die down, but we will not forget: JNU's Umar Khalid
Umar Khalid has been closely associated with the movement to find Najeeb. A year and almost no hope later he talks about Najeeb's family, the CBI and hopes for the future
Chennai-based psychologist Mini Rao's take on the #MeToo campaign and why she thinks it would help millions of women speak up about the smaller and bigger kinds of abuse
Please demote my grandson: Grandmother requests Hyderabad HC after grandson unable to cope with the syllabus
The division bench wondered how the school had admitted a student who cannot cope with the class he has been assigned
#TakeAKnee: Did you know that some of the words that we use today had a different meaning when they originated?
Dr Albert P' Rayan, Professor of English at KCG College of Engineering, looks back into the history of words and phrases
From Sikh turbans to Muslims with beards: Why school uniforms may never be the same again in the next century
From Oxford to India's smallest town school is the usage of uniforms becoming more of a social issue rather than a way to ensure everyone feels equal? That is the question
OPINION: The 'like-my-daughter' reasoning is stale. Here's why safety and freedom go hand in hand for women in the BHU campus
AIPWA secretary Kavita Krishnan believes that the BHU example shows, the more protectionist the campus, the more willing it is to protect sexual harassers and silence complainants. Do you agree?
Madras University to begin short courses including papers on child development psychology designed to sensitise cops, judiciary
The courses, done along with UNICEF, include papers on child development, juvenile justice and dealing with children in conflict with the law, among others
After doing the soundtrack for Dulquer Salman-starrer Solo, Masala Coffee is looking at breaking new ground and looks back on their musical roots in Kerala
After clampdown on protests, Hyderabad's EFLU votes in Right-leaning General Secretary leading to surprise from students and alumni
The student panel that had a severe right-leaning swept a key post and didn't lose the other posts by too much - leading to questions from the alumni
Is this a private med college or a government one? How non-existent professors and 'private' fee rates pushed medicos at Rajah Muthiah Medical College to protest for 40 days and counting
Students at the Rajah Muthiah Medical College of Annamalai University have been on a protest for 40 days but the government hasn't blinked an eye yet. What will happen to them next?
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