"They can't claim freedom of speech when they constantly create a culture of fear, violence and harassment."
"In no uncertain terms, I’d say that this is the death of our university,” said Nandita Narain, Mathematics professor from St Stephen's College and DUTA's ex-president.
The company owns a never-ending and irrevocable royalty-free license to do anything they want with it... in front of whoever they wish.
"DU is under the stress of being privatised, students are protesting for basic rights and all they care about is what we wear on our convocation?” says a recent graduate.
It speaks openly about masturbation and sexual exploration – while for most of us, sexual autonomy as a teenager is unimaginable.
Black Mirror's new season premiered on Netflix on June 5.
As someone who takes the metro nearly everyday and pays roughly Rs 4,000 per month, I see myself siding wholly with this decision.