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जब हम डॉ. अम्बेडकर की 126 जयन्ती मनाने जा रहे हैं तो उसी समय मोदी की केन्द्र सरकार और राज्य सरकारों ने डॉ. अम्बेडकर के ‘शिक्षित बनो, संघर्ष करो, संगठित हो’ के नारे पर हमला बोला हुआ है, बल्कि इन सरकारों का लक्ष्य है ‘वंचित करो, उत्पीड़न करो, अलगाव में डालो’!!
हम देख रहे हैं कि यूजीसी नोटिफिकेशन 2016 के बहाने जेएनयू व अन्य विश्वविद्यालयों में एमफिल/पीएचडी में नामांकन की सीटों में भारी कटौती की जा रही है. दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय में स्ववित्त पोषित ‘स्वायत्त’ कॉलेजों के लिए रास्ता साफ किया जा …
Brutality in Place of Justice for Jishnu’s Family in Kerala!
Ensure Justice for Jishnu! End the Spate of Crackdown on Protesters and Dissenters in Kerala!
AISA Condemns the police brutality upon Jishnu Pranoy’s family. Jishnu (aged 18) a first year Engineering student of Nehru Engineering College, Pambady, Thrissur, died in mysterious circumstances. While his death is alleged to be a suicide, Jishnu’s family has claimed that he was beaten up in the Vice Principal’s room and blood stains have been found in that room. The postmortem report also indicates marks of physical …
Make no mistake – the cow is the excuse, it is Muslims and Dalits that are the target.
The Hindu driver at Alwar was allowed to escape, while the 5 Muslims were thrashed. So this was no spontaneous outrage sparked by concern for cows – it was a cold-blooded murderous communal attack.
The Alwar victim was a dairy farmer, had had receipts of cow purchase and licenses for cattle transportation – this proves ‘cow protection’ was a mere pretext.
What the country is witnessing daily is nothing but the Long-Held RSS’ Theory of …
AISA expresses deep shock and grief at the sudden demise of Muthukrishanan Jeevanantham, an M.Phil first year student in the Centre for Historical Studies in JNU. Muthu hailed from a Dalit family who overcame several hurdles to get through the JNU M.Phil entrance exam. We express our support, solidarity and condolences to Muthu’s family and demand a thorough enquiry to probe reasons behind his death.
8 March 2017- International Women’s Day
Identifying the Foundations of Women’s Oppression, Charting the Course of Struggles for Liberation
8 March – International Women’s Day – was born in the struggles that women factory workers in their thousands waged against bondage a century ago.
Women workers in garment and other factories in the USA in 1909 first observed ‘Women’s Day’ with huge demonstrations to demand labour laws (including the 8-hour working day) and the right to vote for women. In 1910, the Second International Conference of Working Women at Copenhagen accepted German socialist …
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Demand Punishment of the ABVP Goons and Suspension of Police Officers who Let Day-Long violence Happen!
Reclaim DU and the City from Fascist Hooliganism!
Hundreds of students gathered to protest against disruption of a seminar in Ramjas college by ABVP goons. JNU student Umar Khalid was supposed to present a paper in the seminar. The ABVP which manufactured the crackdown in JNU last in year in February, vandalised the seminar by an open show of hooliganism. In front of police presence stones were thrown by ABVP goons at the seminar hall causing …
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In India, where access to higher education is pitifully low, JNU remains one of the last few universities where students from remote areas and marginalised backgrounds can hope to be welcomed. The diverse demography of JNU’s student community is a testimony to our collective effort of making the university a truly accessible and democratic space. JNU is a lighthouse, not only for its efforts towards inclusion and affordable education. It is unique for its commitment to speak truth to power, for critical thinking, egalitarian ethos and democratic culture. The current …
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17 Days of Indefinite Hunger Strike
17 Days: Raju (Raju had to break his strike due to serious deterioration in health on the 17th day), 8 Days: Ravi Ranjan, Day 1: Akshay, Marie, Banshidhar
Strengthen the Ongoing Struggle – This is a Battle In Defence of Our Future, In Defence of JNU!
Join Massive Human Chain – Feb 17 Friday, 4PM
The JNU VC is shockingly announcing arbitrary decisions and fundamental changes in JNU’s admission policy and research programmes through press conferences – refusing either to discuss these in JNU’s decision-making bodies like AC, …
Mahadalit Girl Dika Kumari Harassed, Raped and Killed in Hajipur Bihar! Bihar Government Remains Unmoved!!
Put an End to Killing Dalit Dreams of Education and Dignity! Resist Cover-ups and State Shielding of This Casteist-Patriarchal Cohort!! Ensure High Level Probe into the Conditions of Dalit Hostels across Bihar!!
Demanding Justice for Dika,
Join Protest Demonstration at Bihar Bhawan
27th January (Friday) at 2pm
“I work in the fields with a trowel and a sickle. But I wanted my daughter to study. I’m uneducated and poor but that did not stop my daughter Dika and …
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Forcible Imposition of the 5th May 2016 UGC Notification by the JNU VC
Spells Massive Seat Cut in JNU’s M.Phil./Ph.D. Admission and Scuttling of Social Justice in the Admission Process!
Reconvene 142nd AC Meeting! Reject UGC Notification! Stop Seat Cut! Reduce Viva Weightage!
The Background: The JNU Vice Chancellor convened the 142nd AC meeting during the winter break on 23 Dec 2016, violating all norms and ignoring legitimate objections from teachers and students that AC meetings should not be held during vacations when several members of AC were out of campus. In the earlier …