We, the students who have been protesting openly, are scared of the peers who didn't join us and of what will happen when we return to college.
As promised, Pinjra Tod has revived its protest against hostel curfews in Delhi University after the mid-semester break. However, the administration seems no closer to giving in.
Delhi University students block roads and storm varsity's gates as administration fails to fulfill their demands.
Women all over the country are protesting against gendered curfew hostel timings – and winning.
We sit on an indefinite protest against corruption, arbitrary decision-making, protectors of sexual predators, against our vice chancellor and his lackeys.
While the college administration conceded some demands after three days of protest, it added some conditions that students want removed.
Women too should be allowed to pull all-nighters in the library, to gorge ourselves on oily dhaba food at 4 am, to aimlessly walk around campus, just because we …