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Ambedkar University probe finds Lawrence Liang guilty of sexual harassment; complainant dissatisfied
India

Ambedkar University probe finds Lawrence Liang guilty of sexual harassment; complainant dissatisfied

Lawrence Liang, who was accused by this student of harassment on multiple occasions, has disputed the report and its recommendations

Spiritedness with which JNU students are guarding political beliefs is humbling: Lawrence Liang
Politics

Spiritedness with which JNU students are guarding political beliefs is humbling: Lawrence Liang

What's been happening is that the kind of vilification of JNU by mainstream media portrayed the entire university to be some kind of anti-national space. This was only way that a university can actually respond in an adequate fashion.

JNU row: Forget the #SeditionDebate, here’s why the charge isn't worth the paper on which it is written
India

JNU row: Forget the #SeditionDebate, here’s why the charge isn't worth the paper on which it is written

The sedition charge slapped against Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar is not worth the paper it is written on. According to legal experts, it is “not tenable” and will “not stand scrutiny of the law”

Penguin served with legal notice after The Hindus withdrawal
India

Penguin served with legal notice after The Hindus withdrawal

Advocate Lawrence Liang, who is part of the Bangalore-based Alternative Law Forum, has issued a legal notice to the publishing house claiming that the publisher has violated freedom of speech laws and readers’ rights.

No buyers for freedom of expression, but The Hindus is now a bestseller
Life

No buyers for freedom of expression, but The Hindus is now a bestseller

However, proving deliberate and malicious intent in a tweet could be much simpler. Constricting freedom of speech might seem like a victory (and a money spinner) at the moment, but it can cut both ways.

DU students photocopying academic books is legal
India

DU students photocopying academic books is legal

Under the Indian Copyright Act, students are entitled to photocopy academic work for study and research purposes.