HRD

New Scaffoldings of Struggle at DU

The machinations in higher education are no longer those of one or two whimsical individuals: this is an amorphous, menacing force, reducing institutions to rubble. A new gazette has unfurled itself on college staffroom notice boards, a sign of ominous times
Ratna Raman Delhi

Mahishasur’s Melancholy

Counterpoint: The bulldozing of alternative narratives will only reaffirm the new struggles, a new history crafted by the most marginalized
Vinod Kottayil Kalidasan Delhi

JNU Row: Kanhaiya, Umar, Anirban & Co are not backing down

The JNU administration’s vengeful slew of punishments are no more acceptable to the students than the enquiry committee that recommended them was and students and teachers alike are drawing attention to the collusion between the Centre and the administration to derail larger questions
Dhruba Basu Delhi 

‘LEAVE THEM KIDS ALONE’

Editorial Hardnews Delhi

Do not go Gentle into that Good Night

Like Beethoven's ‘Ode to Joy’, JNU celebrates the culture of dissent and intellectual freedom
Amit Sengupta Delhi 

The Genie of Nationalism

If anyone thinks that Modi can be persuaded by public appeals, pluralist ideas and logical arguments, then, it seems, they will be sadly mistaken
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Doctored Tapes, and a Doctored Speech

In its attempt to spin a web of lies the BJP has been caught red handed 
Anand Teltumbde Mumbai 

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