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A talk on EDUCATION FOR ALL

Sunday, 1st December: On account of delayed opening of AMU Kishanganj Centre, Sabir Alam, Huzaifa Abdur Rahman, Soban Mustansar Ahmad, Subhan organised a 'Talk on Education for All' with special relevance to AMU Kishanganj, Issues of Students & Residents of Bihar and grievances & concern over poor literacy rate of Simanchal which was held at… Continue reading A talk on EDUCATION FOR ALL

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JMI Alumni Neha Dixit honoured with International Press Freedom Award

In these tough times, where everything is sensationalized and based on half-baked knowledge, read how Neha Dixit who recently received the CPJ- Press Freedom Award managed to overcome these obstacles with integrity and hard work. Tom Stoppard once said that- I still believe that if your aim is to change the world, Journalism is a… Continue reading JMI Alumni Neha Dixit honoured with International Press Freedom Award

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MARKET ECONOMY AND CULTURE

इन नए बसते इलाकों में जहाँ रोज बन रहे हैं नए-नए मकान मैं अकसर रास्ता भूल जाता हूँ, धोखा दे जाते हैं पुराने निशान Up until the last generation, if you had to meet a friend, you would go to their house, where you would not just be greeted by your friend but their family,… Continue reading MARKET ECONOMY AND CULTURE

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Suki’s World : A Cartoon Character’s Journey

On 7th February, 2019 the Department of English, Jamia Milia Islamia hosted an extension lecture SUKI’S WORLD: A Cartoon Character’s Journey by the novelist, playwright and comic strip artist Manjula Padmanabhan, conducted in the Seminar Hall of the Department, 11.30 am onwards. It was started off by the Head of Department, Professor Nishat Zaidi where… Continue reading Suki’s World : A Cartoon Character’s Journey

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NOT A WORD MORE, NOT A WORD LESS

For the ones, who've kept turning the pages of Kane and Abel, The Clifton Chronicles or Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, getting arrested to the magnificent storytelling, could anticipate very well, as we heed from 'probably the best storyteller of our age.' It was an absolute retreat as the Best Selling author,… Continue reading NOT A WORD MORE, NOT A WORD LESS

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JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA WITNESSES AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RURALITY, RURALISM & RURAL TOURISM

DAY 1 REPORT : Thursday, November 15, 2018; The Ministry of Tourism, Govt .of India had sponsored a three-day International Conference on Rurality, Ruralism and Rural Tourism: Challenges and Coping Strategies, organised by The Department of Tourism & Hospitality Management (DTHM), Jamia Millia Islamia(JMI). The Conference had a grand opening at the Faculty of Engineering Auditorium… Continue reading JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA WITNESSES AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RURALITY, RURALISM & RURAL TOURISM

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Arguing the case of Jamia’s student union

We no longer stand in a position that will allow us to draw a comparison between us and any other developing South Asian nation-state to argue that we’re a notch above them because they’re slowly moving towards becoming authoritarian regimes or single-party states. In India too, nepotism, apartheid and autocracy exist. Media news inclines itself… Continue reading Arguing the case of Jamia’s student union

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Fight for the Right

On Monday October 8th, 2018; Waqas Khalid, campus journalist of The Jamia Review, interviewed some students from the Turkish Department for the ongoing protest and hunger strike being carried out by the them against the mismanagement caused by the faculty of Humanities and Languages. Three students were the main interviewees from the first, second and… Continue reading Fight for the Right

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The Unsung Hero

I can't wait everyday for a heart attack to kill me.  This is what Namita Mukherjee, a teacher, finds on returning home after school to her apartment in Southern Avenue where she lived with her scientist husband. This, and her husband’s hanging body. The hands that wrote this suicide note were also the ones that… Continue reading The Unsung Hero

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The One Time Rajasthan High Court, Played Freud

I’ve always nurtured a fear of missing out that stems from not knowing what might have happened on a fine morning, in the winter of ’98 or on a particular afternoon in the year of ’99 but in a hysteric judgement, pun intended, The Rajasthan High Court ruled that women can plead the defence of insanity… Continue reading The One Time Rajasthan High Court, Played Freud