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Sep 26, 2017
BHU students protest: V-C Girish Chandra Tripathi justifies gender disparity, says campus can't have same security rules for girls and boysThe BHU vice-chancellor also justified strict curfew timings in girls hostel and alleged gender biases by saying that the security of girls and boys can never be at par.
Sep 26, 2017
BHU students' protests: Varsity is now a rehabilitation centre for incompetent, lumpen legatees of academic donsThe recent episode is indicative of a morbid atrophy that has afflicted the BHU's soul.
Sep 26, 2017
BHU protests highlight pathetic state of women's security: Data shows 141% rise in sexual harassment cases nationwideEven as the police in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, filed charges of arson and other crimes against 1,200 Banaras Hindu University (BHU) students protesting a sexual assault by motorcycle-borne assailants, the state reported a 33 percent rise in sexual harassment cases from 2014 to 2015
Sep 24, 2017
Kanpur's DPS Kalyanpur student attempts suicide, alleges harassment from teachers and principal in noteA student of DPS Kalyanpur attempted to commit suicide after being harassed by students, teachers and the school principal on Saturday
Sep 15, 2017
Ryan International murder case: CBSE issues new safety guidelines; schools to install CCTVs, conduct staff security checksThe CBSE circular, published on the official website, states that school authorities are solely responsible for the safety & security of children on campus.
Sep 07, 2017
Mithali Raj getting trolled for her dress shows India is yet to shed its regressive, medieval mindsetMithali found herself at the centre of undue attention again when on Wednesday an innocuous selfie posted in Twitter had the moral police up in arms.
Sep 06, 2017
Murray Ward in custody for sodomising children: Accused was regular visitor of Delhi home for visually challengedMurray Ward, a 54-year-old British national was recently arrested in New Delhi for sodomising visually challenged children at an institution, with which he had been associated for nine years
Sep 05, 2017
Centre's reluctance to safeguard 'transgender rights' in wages bill regressive, shows judicial wins alone don't end discriminationBy refusing to specify 'third gender' within the wages bill, the law ministry has suggested that transgender identity and rights be negated, and that goes completely against the tenets of the NALSA verdict
Aug 16, 2017
Uber agrees to two decades of audits after regulators find it guilty of breaching the privacy of its usersUber is now consumed by in-fighting among a divided board of directors and angry shareholders after an investor lawsuit was filed against Travis Kalanick.
Aug 12, 2017
'I want you to know there's a place for you in this industry', says Pichai after anti-diversity manifestoGoogle's India-born CEO Sundar Pichai finally addressed a coding event for girls on the Google campus.