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  • The University is made, not of the brick walls, steel buildings, reputation or with publicity. The University is made up of the people within. So, what do you think defines Jindal Global University?
    “Chai. I have a requirement of at least 2 cups a day to keep me functional. I didn’t really...

    11th Jun 2016
  • Law school. Nothing anyone told me could have ever prepared me for it. Eight months of elation, coffee, adjustment, newfound freedom, coffee, friendship, a tsunami of information…and did I mention coffee? There are no words to describe the past two semesters. I found roommates who are closer...

    30th May 2016
  • That time of year is upon us, when we have to strap ourselves into the roller coaster that is ‘to Study’ and answer X marks worth of questions in Y amounts of time and actually be good at it. ‘But Mid-Terms are better, they give you a sense of how to write your Finals!’. Of...

    30th May 2016
  • The constitution of India or any other country that provides rights to its people is simultaneously responsible for protecting them. But, when we peep into the reality, the scenario is completely different. Women often face discrimination when they are part of a male-dominated...

  • With the rise of feminism around the world, many positive changes can be visibly perceived in the society in terms of the general outlook on women worldwide. However, it still seems that the society as a whole has forgotten that women are sexual beings and still question what...

  • Gender inequality subsists in Indian economy and prevails in all sectors of life like health, education, economics and politics. Men have always had the upper hand in these fields, depicting how deeply patriarchy is entrenched in India. Even though gender equality soars to great heights in post-...

  • Abdullah Yameen Abdul Gayoom, president of Maldives, declared fifteen-day emergency following the Supreme Court ruling to release high-profile political prisoners of Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) and to reinstate the twelve legislators convicted for interchanging the...

  • She was twenty-seven, high on fever as she sat near the bed tired of a full day’s work. The bed as if looking back at her, gave her justifying reasons to lie her weary head and tired limbs on it. Yet, she refused to give in to her desperation for rest and looked the other side...

  • The word “feminism” was first seen in the in the nineteenth and early twentieth century in the U.S. and the U.K. as a synonym for the promotion of equal contract, marriage, parenting, and property rights for women. Later in time, the term was further employed in debates on...

  • Has the world become a graveyard of dreams, hopes, ideas, innovation, and ambition? There are several issues affecting girls and women worldwide. From the power of the women’s vote to reproductive rights. Some of the issues they face in their day to day life are inequality in...