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Discrimination ups anxiety risk regardless of genetics, says new study

To gain insight on the connection, the research team used data from a national probability sample of nearly 1,500 non-institutionalised, all English-speaking adults between 25 to 74 years in age

Published on 15th January 2021
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Access denied: How research work has taken a body blow during the pandemic — and the unlock norms aren't helping 

Researchers have had a lack of access to university resources throughout the lockdown and beyond. We find out how it has affected them and whether the UGC guidelines have made a difference  

Published on 25th November 2020
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Shouldn't have to lose a student to get this: Students react after UGC promises to release SRF, JRF scholarship funds in a week

According to UGC Secretary Rajnish Jain, the disbursal was delayed due to some technical issues which he did not elaborate on

Published on 11th November 2020
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Teens more likely to follow social distancing norms if encouraged by influencers: Study

Researchers say that peer-to-peer campaigns are likely to be more successful in changing attitudes, given the fact that adolescents are ignoring government guidelines

Published on 17th May 2020
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Transgender community demands special package amid COVID-19 lockdown

The letter states that most trans persons do not have ration cards, are not provided pension in most states and many transgender persons live in rented accommodations

Published on 28th April 2020
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Jamia withdraws closure of two centres, UGC to renew extension soon? 

The Jamia administration had on April 1 decided to discontinue the two centres thus rendering the 27 teaching and non-teaching staff jobless amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 7th April 2020
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Indians who believe in Gandhi's ideals are with us: Jamia students launch anti-CAA hunger strike

The protesting students and ex-students of the institution said that they will protest in the path shown by Mahatma Gandhi and are determined that it will yield favourable result

Published on 1st January 2020
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How Delhi police fractured the hands of UPSC aspirant who was studying in the Jamia Millia library

Mohammed Mustafa was allegedly beaten up by at least 20 police officers on Sunday. He tells us that he thought he'll die

Published on 16th December 2019
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Jamia Millia Islamia on complete lockdown after CAB protests, police violence

On December 13, almost 50 Jamia Millia Islamia students were detained by the Police after a march to the Parliament against the CAB turned violent. The authorities also lathi-charged the protestors

Published on 14th December 2019
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#VirtualGandhiMarch: This UNESCO campaign is trying to make India's students kinder and more Gandhian

Inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s historic Dandi March, the virtual march started on the UN International Youth Day, August 12, 2019

Published on 30th August 2019
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Fear I will be made to disappear like Najeeb: Muslim JNU prof complains of harassment, discrimination  

The assistant professor at the Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy has written to the DMC claiming that she is being harassed and discriminated against since she is Muslim

Published on 22nd July 2019
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Socialist ideas are now considered 'passe': Maitrayee Chaudhuri, author and JNU Sociology professor

Maitrayee Chaudhuri spoke to us about her book, everyday advertisements, everyday details in the English-language print media, the communicative abundance of television

Published on 26th June 2019
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Why Dalit MPhil, PhD students will now have to clear NET to get fellowships ​

The new regulation mandates the clearance of NET, unlike the previous policy that only required students to have a post-graduation degree

Published on 5th January 2019
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Meet Sreeja Vasthavi, the first ever Dalit woman to stand for the Student Union elections in UoH

Sreeja Vasthavi is an MPhil student from Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy department and completed her Masters from the University from the Department of Sociology 

Published on 5th October 2018
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Beyond the Burqa: What Farah Naqvi wants us to understand about Muslims

Activist Farah Naqvi's book, Working with Muslims: Beyond Burqa and Triple Talaq, asks questions about the issues that Indian Muslims face and talks about solidarity in the age of communal discord

Published on 2nd August 2018

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