Students and security guards are keeping a check on the university and nearby areas every hour of the day to prevent incidents like the recent violence at JNU.
We have permitted the government to spin cobwebs for us to lay in. Wake up. India is burning.
As news of police action in my former university against protesting students began to emerge, my parents did what they learnt from best: shut me down.
They demanded withdrawal of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act before the upcoming 71st Republic Day.
While some have sought to offer a 'balanced view' on the incident, others have plainly condemned the police brutality meted out against the students.
When a random man started to lecture me about how to dress, a stranger's kindness offered me the support and community I never even realised I needed – women.
Jamia protest organiser responds to those who call his claims 'bogus', says only those Hindu students who speak up on important issues are intimidated.
Some Hindu students are claiming they feel threatened on Jamia's campus; however, several others say they've never faced any discrimination at the university.
Some Hindu students claim they feel intimidated at Jamia Millia Islamia, while others see their protest as a way to stoke communal tension.