The students primary demands include removal of curfew, financial transparency and strict action on sexual harassment allegations.
My life is no longer a Cinderella story, I don't have to run away again and leave behind a token of my freedom.
The Chhattisgarh high court has legitimised our complaints and given us the validation we needed to stand up to years of mistreatment by a power-hungry administration.
Our founding fathers would be proud of us for standing by the principles of non-violence and civil disobedience, it is a shame that our administration is not.
The student body has long suffered at the hands of an inefficient and corrupt administration, be it in the form of making arbitrary academic rules, or counts of misplaced funds …
The university's students refuse to back down until the administration gives them written assurance that it will implement the protestors' demands.
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