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DU hostel girls to use plants as subs during protest, owing to COVID-19 closure

Keeping in mind the ongoing health emergency, the women residents of the Dhaka Complex said that they would continue their struggle symbolically till March 31

Published on 21st March 2020
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Are only girls' hostels being evacuated in DU? Students complain of partial treatment

The students had said that they will adhere to the lockdown directives and will not venture out but were asked to leave anyway 

Published on 20th March 2020
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JNU professors offer students places to stay after admin orders shutdown before Janata Curfew

The JNUSU also accused the administration of propagating fake news. They pointed out the directive of the Delhi government does not talk about the suspension of hostel facilities

Published on 20th March 2020
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A battle won, a war to win: 1 of 5 DU girls hostels extend curfew till midnight. Will others follow suit?

The final decision about the NESHW curfew timings will be discussed in a managing body meeting which will have professors and relevant authorities

Published on 17th March 2020
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Armed with masks and hand sanitisers, DU's women continue protest despite Corona fear

The residents of Ambedkar Ganguly Students House for Women have been protesting against the hostel curfew since February 27

Published on 12th March 2020
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Firm on discipline, DUSU calls for same hostel curfew for boys and girls

DUSU President Akshit Dahiya said that the Students' Union agrees that the fees for the hostel are too high but also reiterated that the curfew timings only bring discipline 

Published on 10th March 2020
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DU hostel protests: Could hostel admin finally be sitting up and listening to the students?

Even though any formal dialogue is yet to start, there have been changes in the demeanour of the hostel staff and administration after the protests gained force, claim the students

Published on 6th March 2020
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DU issues notice to female student for 'embarrassing hostel' by breaking locks after protest

The students had gone for a march to the VC's residence. But before they went it had started raining and they put the mattresses and beddings they were using for the sit-in inside 

Published on 3rd March 2020
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DU Provost extends entry time to girls' hostel to 10 pm, hostellers are still not satisfied. Here's why

The girls in the UGHG hostel had complained about the quality of drinking water, poor quality of food, improper medical facilities and maintenance failures at the hostel but nothing changed

Published on 3rd March 2020
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DU women accuse Delhi Police of molesting them during protest against curfew, discrimination in hostels

The students had organised a march from the Dhaka Complex in Mukherjee Nagar at 9 pm on February 29 that was supposed to gather students from various hostels and reach the VC's residence

Published on 2nd March 2020
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DU Women to defy curfew and march to VC's residence on Saturday night to protest discrimination in hostels

The students say they have been told enough times that the authorities at the hostels cannot do anything about it and have now decided to take it upon themselves to amend the regulation

Published on 29th February 2020
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DU hostel women escalate stir with song and strife to dismantle 7.30 curfew. Will it work?

The students broke three doors down and protested at the Dhaka Complex of the varsity. Provost Dr Rita Singh's vehicle was also blocked and surrounded for hours

Published on 28th February 2020
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Girl's body is a mystery, keep it covered: What made DU girls sit for an indefinite strike against curfew timings

Amending the curfew timings of the girls' hostels is a long-standing demand but this is the first time that all the five hostels that house Indian students have come together to protest

Published on 27th February 2020
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Blackout in the Valley: How these Kashmiri students survived six months without internet, calling home

Two young Kashmiri students talk to us about how August 5 had changed things upside down for them and the people around them — and the fear and concern that they felt as they were disconnected from th

Published on 6th February 2020
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Delhi's My Safetipin App is telling women which streets are unsafe to be on. Here's how

Founder of My Safetipin app, Dr Kalpana Viswanath tells Edex how the app is making the streets of Indian cities safer for women and what more can be done with it

 

Published on 4th February 2020

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