Profile of Aritry Das
Many migrant workers are at a loss as to how they will be able to get a seat on a Shramik Train or a bus to go back to their native states.
In the Indian society, where consensual sexual relations between men and women are a taboo, only casual sexism is allowed in the open and marital rape is justified by legislators and public alike.
A charred, deserted neighbourhood with streets covered with matchboxes is a telltale remain of unprecedented violence
22-year-old Ashfaq Hussain received five bullet shots in his chest, shoulder and neck, and two sword wounds, his mother said as she waited for her son’s post-mortem report outside GTB Hospital.
In the current political climate, claiming to love India with your life would not help your case if you have ever uttered positive words for Pakistan, let alone "Zindabad".
A complainant had alleged that artwork at India Art Fair was related to the ongoing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Amid tensions and firing incidents ahead of the Delhi assembly elections, renowned artists came in to perform at Shaheen Bagh in solidarity with the protesting women
Renowned Urdu poet Munawwar Rana's two daughters, who were part of the Ghanta Ghar protests, have also been booked.
AAP, BJP and Congress, three of the major parties in the fray, have all fielded turncoats.
At least 28 people, including JNU Students' Union (JNUSU) president Aishe Ghosh, were injured as chaos reigned on the campus for nearly two hours.
The students surrounded his car and shouted slogans, asking the governor to "go back".
'The police said they had evidence against me and I was a suspect in the conspiracy for the violence in protests,' Omar Rashid said.
The students have boycotted their end-semester exams over the hostel fee hike issue.
A group of students have been protesting the appointment of Firoze Khan as an assistant professor at the Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vigyan Department as he is a Muslim.
'The police themselves are acting like investigator, judge and jury', says a woman rights activist on the police encounter of four rape-murder accused.
Students say some of them may have to leave the course midway due to the 'unaffordable' fees which have increased by 70% in last six years.
“I think the idea of seeing your favourite people in a new vulnerable position is always endearing," One Mic Stand’s showrunner comedian Sapan Verma said.
A large number of JNU students, nearly 60 per cent, belongs to socio-economically disadvantaged groups.