The day-long ‘Liberty Festival’ was to be held at the university to discuss theatre, poetry and songs celebrating the idea of the constitution.
While Jamia students were told they can’t invite speakers from “outside”, IIT Madras said the speakers invited were “controversial”.
In the coming years, India’s best public universities may come to be literally discarded in terms of government support and will be choked by old and new government regulations.
The researchers estimate their robot will cost Rs 60-70 lakh, whereas commercial models cost Rs 12 crore. The difference could mean more hospitals will be able to afford the machine.
The Modi government’s silence on attacks against those eating beef sends out a clear message: It might not agree with the gau rakshak’s methods, but it agrees with their intentions.
R. Sooraj was beaten up brutally by a group in the IIT-M campus after some students held a programme to discuss the Centre’s ban on cattle slaughter.
The active particle design can be used to model the swimming dynamics of spermatozoa and as a potential microscopic transport system.
The current startup incubation ecosystem is biased toward IT products and services while academic startups in other fields, rearing to go, could use some help getting off the ground.
In the 1970s the ABVP targeted a progressive students’ movement at Osmania University using strategies very similar to those used at JNU today.
The rows over JNU and Rohith Vemula have been missed opportunities for the Muslims of India to express their solidarity with other marginalised communities.
The IIT-Madras administration, after coming in for severe criticism, has reinstated that Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle