Even the official probe panel appointed to investigate the incidents of last year in JNU agrees it was not JNU student leaders but masked men who raised slogans.
Freedom of expression
Sharing a note I posted in a whatsapp group of DU English teachers on the violence on campus (Ramjas and thereafter) (will come back to this post later as the context of the group and the discussion that happened there prompting this response aren’t explained. also, as usual there is […]
“Let us not allow RSS/ABVP to convert our universities into Shamshaans and Kabristans! The attack today in Ramjas College might appear to be a fall out of ABVP’s opposition to my presence in the seminar. I was supposed to speak in the seminar titled ‘Cultures of Protest’ and my presentation […]
A furious mob attacked noted film-maker Sanjay Leela Bhansali on the sets of his new film Padmavati. The protesters were seen damaging cameras and other equipment, while raising slogans and spewing abuses. They claimed that the award winning director had tarnished the image of the state by allegedly portraying the Queen […]
The banality of nationalism which makes us not see, or deliberately ignore, obvious injustice and unbridled violence is what is of huge concern.
Troll-in-chief to deliver a
keynote address on ‘Digital
and Financial Literacy’!
WSS press conference in Delhi tomorrow, on sexual harassment and intimidation by police in Chhattisgarh
Even as Bastar villages reel under escalating levels of violence, local authorities with full support of the state government have renewed attempts to silence and attack all those who question the state and the war in Bastar.