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Arrest of Pinjra Tod Activists: Yet Another Diversionary Tactic by the Centre
The active attempt to instil fear and anxiety among minorities and dissenters calls for unprecedented solidarity across all movements.
Student Protests: Rewriting Justice by Turning Fiction Into Fact
The Komal Sharmas are left free but someone like Safoora Zargar, who fought for democracy and love, is behind bars.
Pinjra Tod Responds to Allegations of Being Non-Inclusive
Nine members of Pinjra Tod belonging to Bahujan, tribal and Muslim communities, had accused the collective of appropriating their voices to appear inclusive.
‘Girls Have Equal Freedom As Boys’: Kerala HC Strikes Down Discriminatory Girls’ Hostel Curfew Rules
The court said that college instructions cannot be violative of fundamental rights.
Why Some Bahujan, Muslim and Tribal Students are Quitting Pinjra Tod
Nine women from Bahujan, tribal and Muslim communities have accused Pinjra Tod of appropriating their voices to appear inclusionary.
Protesting Hindu College’s ‘Virgin Tree Puja’ is Becoming an Annual Tradition Itself
Pinjra Tod members managed to disrupt this year's worshipping but the men resorted to playing 'holi' instead.
Why Have Police and Armed Forces Become a Constant Fixture at College Campuses?
Universities are now crowded with police personnel and even tanks, so where's the space for free academic debate?
The Days of Authoritarian College Administrators Are Over
Students are asserting their right to education by protesting against curfews, exorbitant fee hikes and discriminatory university rules all over the country.
Victim Blaming, Bias Against North Indians Common, Say SRM University Students
"Even in the past male workers did masturbate in front of girls both on campus and off campus... and our complaints were not taken seriously," recalled a student.