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The NRC is unimplementable: Former IAS Officer MG Devasahayam said vehemently

Indian National Congress MP Jothimani reflected his views and added that India’s biggest strength is its rich diversity

Published on 8th January 2020
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BJP simply wants to create chaos through NRC-CAA: Zeeshan Ayyub

Earlier, Ayyub had come to Delhi University and Jamia to oppose the Citizenship Amendment Act, where he said that the government "hated students, books and library"

Published on 3rd January 2020
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Raising slogans not enough: What lawyers, activists told CAA-NRC protestors at Jamia

Students present at the programme said that the aim of this gathering was to educate people about the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens

Published on 21st December 2019
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You want Azaadi? Take this: AMU student who needed 16 X-rays after being beaten by UP cops

Shahid said that he was then dragged to a tree and the cops tied him to it, then proceeded to beat him and shame him for being from Kashmir. This is the kind of torture that arrested students faced

Published on 17th December 2019
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This retired IIT professor has an ingenious way to ensure no one is discriminated by CAA. This is how it works

Dr Vipin Tripathi says that the immediate fallout of CAB would be among the 19 lakh working-class people who are left out of Assam NRC and will be further divided into Muslims and non-Muslims

Published on 14th December 2019
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In bold move, women students from AMU break lock on gate to join male protestors in strike against CAB  

The AMU students are continuing their strike into the fourth day at the University's main gate — the iconic Bab-e-Syed — and now the women have joined them in great numbers

Published on 13th December 2019
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How the BJP went from honouring Tipu's memory to clamouring for his ouster from textbooks in 8 years

Historians and educationists in Karnataka opine that the government should not interfere in academic perspectives and consider the report submitted by the Karnataka Text Book Society 

Published on 12th December 2019
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Virtusa's 20-hour long NeuralHack challenge is the best platform for young coders today. Here's why

All the finalists of the competition have been invited to Virtusa’s Head Start, the academician appreciation dinner and networking event

Published on 7th December 2019
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Want to discover Bengaluru's heritage? Then, carry Meera Iyer's Discovering Bengaluru and go for a walk 

Author Meera Iyer speaks about her book Discovering Bengaluru... and the research that went into writing it

Published on 30th November 2019
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Slow Clap: Why Gautam Gambhir was upholding Indian culture by missing the pollution meet

Gautam Gambhir was in Indore with VVS and other players as commentators for the India Bangladesh match yet found some time to eat jalebis and support the small industry sector

Published on 20th November 2019
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Ramdev sticks to opinion on Periyar, says his supporters 'increase negativity' in society

The Bhim Army, an organisation of Dalit rights activists has demanded an apology from Ramdev for calling followers of Periyar “propagators of intellectual terrorism”

Published on 19th November 2019
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This retired professor from IIT-Delhi is on a mission to unite the youth against the rising hatred and intolerance in the country 

Vipin Tripathi distributes flyers and conducts workshops to spread the message of peace and harmony against the background of the Kashmir shutdown and the citizenship row in Assam

Published on 16th November 2019
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Court directs Delhi police to issue 10-day pre-arrest notice to activist Shehla Rashid

A local court directed Delhi Police to issue a 10-day pre-arrest notice to activist Shehla Rashid in case she is to be arrested in connection with a case of sedition filed against her 

Published on 15th November 2019
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On Children’s Day, SpiceJet takes 118 cancer patients on a ‘joy-flight’ 

The initiative was supported by CanSupport, an NGO that runs India's largest free home-based palliative care programme for cancer patients and their families

Published on 14th November 2019
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Meet the Dharwad student who will soon be among India's first women military police corps

Bheemakka Chavhan, an NCC cadet, managed to clear all the tests and will soon head for her training camp 

Published on 4th November 2019

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