In New India, it has become a new crime to be compassionate, to speak the truth and uphold the idea of constitutional justice.
The protests in India this winter have been a vociferous expression of the freedom of speech.
Every day after the protestors go home, Jamia students, along with other locals residents, clean up the mess.
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.
A poem on turning a blind eye to the ongoing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
"The struggle of JNU’s students continues to inspire us," says the letter.
In an interview with students from Jamia, Ayesha Jalal talks about the whys and hows of the misrepresentation of history by the governments of India and Pakistan.