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Tune into the Argumentor podcast to listen to these law students discuss India's socio-political landscape 

Law student Joel Peter Varghese started the Argumentor podcast along with his classmates where they discuss the current social and political issues in India

Published on 9th June 2021
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Do not deny freedom of speech in academia: CPI(M) MP asks Pokhriyal to revoke CUK prof's suspension

Sebastian, an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Relations and Politics, had criticised the central government's vaccine policy in a lecture of his and had called the Sangh Parivar

Published on 22nd May 2021
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Central University of Kerala suspends assistant professor for calling BJP-RSS 'proto-fascist organisation'

The committee members were Prof K P Suresh, dean (Academics), Prof M S John of the Department of IR and Politics and controller of examination Dr Muraleedharan Nambiar

Published on 18th May 2021
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Learning from the left, leaning to the right: The past and present of India’s student leaders who switched their alliances

The colour of the flag that a lot of the young leaders carry today wasn’t the same a few years ago. We examine this trend and dive into the how and why student politics cross party lines 

Published on 1st May 2021
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Let's Debate: Are our youth disinterested in history, culture and politics and should it be made more attractive?

The senior debate saw students giving various pop culture references to explain why India's youth are connected or disconnected from history, culture and politics

Published on 24th April 2021
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CUK launches probe against Kerala prof who called BJP pro-fascist in lecture. Here's how student unions have reacted

The University had formed a three-member committee to investigate the lecture by Gilbert Sebastian, an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Relations and Politics

Published on 23rd April 2021
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Might lose a year, give up education: Students protest as VBU extends their suspension for another quarter

The students were suspended in January for "forcibly" opening or breaking into the chamber of a faculty from the Department of Economics and Politics pending enquiry

Published on 23rd April 2021
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Swiss programme plots post-COVID future for science and diplomacy

The initiative's backers want to leverage the attention from a public health crisis to encourage thinking about the interplay among science, politics and society

Published on 14th April 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: India's foremost satirist forms the Recession Party and offers reservations for fools, all in good humour!

In today's #TBT, we take you back to the day when Jaspal Bhatti formed a party like he had done before as well. Via which, he intended to bring out the sheer mockery that is politics. Read on...

Published on 8th April 2021
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Lost in Translation: Why do Indian elections not have enough transgender candidates?

Transgenders need more representation, for that they need empowerment and for that, they need more representation — is it a vicious cycle with no end?

Published on 4th April 2021
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JNU PhD scholar Dipsita Dhar on contesting in Bengal Assembly polls: Never interested in politics till I joined college

Now in her final year of PhD, Dipsita says she was not always interested in politics but got involved during her days at the Jawaharlal Nehru University

Published on 24th March 2021
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Ripping into the ripostes: Why no one should be judged based on the clothes they wear

After the Uttarakhand CM’s ‘ripped jeans’ comment, The Coach advises why no one should be judged on the clothes they wear

Published on 27th March 2021
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FIR against Rajasthan State Textbook Board for Pol Sc book calling Islamist terrorism a form of Islam

A chapter in the political science textbook in Hindi, 'Terrorism, Criminalisation of Politics and Corruption', states "Islamist terrorism is a form of Islam"

Published on 18th March 2021
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Janatapaksha: This Bengali youth group is getting common people to voice their concerns straight to politicos ahead of polls

Janatapaksha is not an upcoming party contesting elections. It's merely a platform for the people whose voices drown under the loudspeakers of party politics

Published on 19th February 2021
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This advocacy group is all set to release manifestos centered around youth needs ahead of  Kerala, TN assembly polls

Young People for Politics is now drafting a youth manifesto for both the states, taking into consideration the demand and needs of people below the age of 30
 

Published on 29th January 2021

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