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#India – Indefinite Hunger Strike on suicides at University of Hyderabad

S Swaroop Sirapangi I As a response to the non-stop suicides in the campus, especially among the Dalit students, over the past few years, various student organisations and concerned active University students have come under the platform of ‘Raju-Venkatesh Solidarity… Continue Reading →

#India- Caste discrimination, apathy leading to suicides on campus

Nikhila Henry, TNN | Mar 29, 2013, HYDERABAD: P Raju, the dalit student who killed himself on March 19 at the University of Hyderabad (UoH) feared he would not be allowed to attend classes in the coming semester due to three backlogs and sank into depression.But Raju… Continue Reading →

Seeking Solidarity for Justice for Mudasir Kamran #mustshare

We, the students of The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, seek your support and solidarity in our struggle for justice for Mudasir Kamran, a PhD scholar, who died on March 02, 2013. We are dismayed at the insensitivity with which… Continue Reading →

Traveling Uranium Film Festival in India- start from New Delhi on 4th Jan 2013 #mustshare

  The Traveling  International Uranium Film Festival  is going to be inaugurated  in New Delhi  on January 4th  in Siri Fort auditorium no. 3 and will be on  road  to  major Indian cities  like  Shillong , Ranchi, Hyderabad,  Mumbai, Pune, Chennai… Continue Reading →

Healthcare Models in the Era of Medical Neo-liberalism #mustread

A Study of Aarogyasri in Andhra Pradesh, EPW By-N Purendra Prasad ([email protected]) teaches at the department of sociology, University of Hyderabad and P Raghavendra ([email protected]) is a research scholar in the department of sociology, University of Hyderabad. The experiment in restructuring the healthcare… Continue Reading →

Let’s stop pretending there’s ” NO RACISM ” in India

YENGKHOM JILANGAMBA, The Hindu INSENSITIVE MAINLAND: Students from the north-east protesting instances of discrimination. Photo: V.V. Krishnan Most Indians think racism exists only in the West and see themselves as victims. It’s time they examined their own attitudes towards people… Continue Reading →

Its easier to censor Theatre

HYDERABAD: A guided tour of Unnava Laxmi Narayana’s ‘Malapalli’ and a taste of cynicism through Rachakonda Viswanatha Sastry’s ‘Aaru Saara Kathalu’ (Six stories on arrack) marked the second day of the national seminar on law and literature in the city…. Continue Reading →

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