JNU, BHU, Jadavpur University, FTII…students across India’s public universities are angry. In our cover story this week, we discuss what lies behind the rage of young in India’s campuses and look at the policies making education increasingly inaccessible. In an exclusive interview, former HRD minister Murli Manohar Joshi tells us the trust deficit between students and authorities is high. Also, read how steep hike in mobile tariffs will affect India’s digital revolution. Don’t forget to read William Dalrymple on the art in Lucknow that flourished from the late-18th to mid-19th centuries, and melded European and Mughal aesthetics. This and much more in the Outlook This Week.