Every coin has two sides and so does the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 and National Register of Citizens. With the utter rage created amongst the people of India due to social influence and mass protest going on in the country, the other side of CAA and NRC might be getting glossed over. Here's a retrospective… Continue reading The Other Side: CAA & NRC in Retrospection
Jamia Millia Islamia University has always been labeled as a shy university and has maintained this title until couple of months ago when a protest against the administration brought another scope of lens to the university. But, it was the passing of the CAA that led to further penetration into the eye of media as it… Continue reading When Trojan intruded Apolitical & Constitutional Protests at JMI & rest of India
It's 15th of December when thousands of localites took onto the streets to protest against the NRC and CAA in a display of civil resistance. Little did anyone know, about the Delhi Police that was all prepared to test their brute forces and methods on every strand of Jamia Millia Islamia; students, professors and the… Continue reading When Delhi Police protected the JMI Campus with Brutality & Force
15 November, 2019; Students of Department of Mathematics, Jamia Millia Islamia held a candle light vigil in remembrance of mathematician Vashishtha Narayan Singh, who passed away this Thursday in Patna, Bihar.Known as the mathematician who challenged Einstien’s theory, Mr Singh, a resident of Basantpur in Bhojpur district, was shifted to PMCH Patna, last month with… Continue reading Candle Light Vigil for Fathima & Dr. Singh
NEW DELHI: On October 11, 5 students received the Show Cause Notice from the Proctor Office, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI). The five students were among the 12 students who were a part of the two-hour symbolic protest against inviting Israel to be the country partner of Global Health Zenith Confluence’19 – an event organized by… Continue reading Why Did The 5 Students of JMI Receive ‘Show Cause Notice’?
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
I am reminded today of Malaysia, a perfectly happy society slowly being divided by the over-enthusiasm of fundamentalism. Only to be reminded of my alma mater. Making a case for the educated minority while still reinforcing the same things that have held an entire section back for ages now. Jamia administration rolled back their relaxation… Continue reading Jamia Administration’s unrelenting fundamentalism