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Jan 17, 2017
Would Aniket Ambhore be alive if IITs had more Dalit professors?1.1% of IIT faculty is Dalit. Would more make a difference to Dalit students?
Jan 16, 2017
Panel recommends reservation for girls in IITs to deal with low number of female studentsA panel has recommended reservation for girl students in IITs to address the issue of slump in the number of female students entering the institutes.
Jan 06, 2017
When Google's Sundar Pichai thought 'abey saale' was a friendly greetingSundar Pichai said his usage of the words led to "temporarily" shutting down of the mess
Dec 28, 2016
Viral Acharya named new RBI deputy governor for three yearsViral Acharya is also the C V Starr Professor of Economics in the Department of Finance at the New York University Stern School of Business
Dec 27, 2016
Army inks pact with IIT Gandhinagar to set up R&D cellThe research cell will deal with Army's requirements such as lighter and stronger bullet-proof jackets and materials to build bunkers, among other things.
Dec 27, 2016
Shiv Sena's ignorance is the real insult to Hanuman, not the mural at IIT-BombayIf Shiv Sainiks knew their mythology and related literature, they would have known that in the Tulsidas hymns, Hanuman is depicted as an unparalleled symbol of both bravery and wisdom. So, who is really insulting Hanuman by objecting his depiction as a man carrying a mountain in one hand and a pen in the other? Obviously the ignorant Shiv Sainiks.
Dec 27, 2016
Shiv Sena forces Mood Indigo organisers to remove Hanuman mural, write apologyAfter protests from Shiv Sena, the organisers of IIT Bombay's annual cultural festival Mood Indigo, have erased a mural bearing "close" resemblance to Hindu deity Hanuman, reports said.
Dec 16, 2016
Sona Mohapatra slams IIT-Bombay's Mood Indigo fest for being 'sexist': Read her open letterIn an open letter addressed to the organisers of IIT Bombay's cultural festival Mood Indigo, singer Sona Mohapatra lambasted them for being sexist
Dec 07, 2016
Universities, protests and dissent: The importance of ‘quiet’ politics must also be consideredStudent-led protests grew by over 148 percent in the five-year period between 2009 and 2014, an analysis from the Ministry of Home Affairs data on police organisations shows.
Nov 07, 2016
Delhi pollution: AAP, Centre ignored IIT study; evacuation an option, say expertsUnfortunately, Delhi’s air quality this winter has almost reached its nadir. It might sound as an exaggeration but the Delhiites are witnessing symptoms quite similar to the Bhopal gas tragedy