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#NoRentFromStudents: Delhi students to go on non-cooperation protest if forced to pay lockdown rent

Due to the limited availability of affordable hostels for students in colleges and universities, students are more often than not compelled to opt for rented accommodations

Published on 19th May 2020
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'Came to UoH because I thought it was a liberating campus but I was wrong,' says suspended student

With close to 20 suspensions in one semester and moral policing frequent on the campus, Pratyush Nirjher's wish to engage in student activism seems like a distant dream

Published on 9th December 2017
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'We are scared to go out of the hostel': Lack of permanent campus for TISS Hyd has put lives of students in jeopardy

The hostels are 4 apartment buildings in all, bang in the centre of a residential area

Published on 7th August 2018
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5K for used condoms, 2.5K for egg boilers: Ridiculous fines IIT-M is imposing on students

The notice was displayed outside the hostel and gave details such as the name of the student, the items found, the number of times the offense had taken place and the fine amount

Published on 4th December 2018
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Co-ed hostels at UoH soon? Varsity puts suspension of 10 students on hold after students protest non-stop over the weekend

After appeals from the suspended students, the issue has been referred to an appellate authority that will meet on December 2, students will now be able to attend their exams

Published on 14th November 2017
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Couples at public spaces or violence in the streets: What should be the real problem?

The recent incident in Mangaluru where villagers appealed to authorties to prevent couples from 'indecent' activities, speaks volume about how our society is unreceptive to something as simple as love

Published on 30th March 2018
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Dekho Magar Consent Se: Why JNU's women want sexist songs like Lollipop Lagelu banned

The campaign has urged DJs not to play songs that objectify women and cater to male fantasies at hostel events and other cultural nights

Published on 2nd April 2019
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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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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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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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Group of youngsters beaten, harassed by alleged BJP men

The three BJP workers allegedly attacked the three boys from other religions after speculating that the girls in the group were Hindus

Published on 26th March 2018
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How it is like for a man to wear a saree and step out of his house? Let's solve this criss-CROSS puzzle       

Crossdressers are not new to India, neither is people staring at them strangely. But isn't it time to get over it? Here's what these men have to say about the lack of acceptability of the concept    

Published on 23rd September 2017
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If there aren't enough jobs, there will soon be bloodshed, warns  R Sarathkumar

AISMK President R Sarathkumar talks about how FDI, a more modern education system and stricter laws are the only way to ensure the youth of today don't end up revolting when the jobs dry up

Published on 16th March 2017
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IIT Madras shocker: Man verbally harasses student, sits 'on her' on campus bus, as driver, others remain mum

The student, has penned a Facebook post explaining the incident. Reportedly, nobody came in support of her when she raised her voice

Published on 7th May 2019

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