THE All India Lawyers Union, in a statement issued on December 20, has condemned in strongest term the action of some so-called Hindu organisation hoisting saffron flag on the district court building at Udaipur in Rajasthan on December 14, 2017. It was an atrocious act of defiling the secular place meant to protect rule of … More Lawyers’ Union Condemns Hoisting of Saffron Flag on Udaipur Court Building
Hundreds of transgender right activists people, along with SFI members from DU, JNU, and AUD came out to protest against the Transgender Persons Bill, 2016 on 17th December. While the Transgender Community had secured a major victory by way of the Nalsa judgment in 2014 and a bill granting the community its rights has been … More Transgender Rights Protest in Delhi – SFI, and other orgs join
The anti-poor BJP government in Assam has unleashed an Emergency-like rule in the state with brutal evictions of indigenous communities and all-out attack on protesters. On 27 November, the government brutally demolished hundreds of houses in the Amchang area near Guwahati, Assam. These houses belonged to the working class and poor peasants from the Mising, … More SFI condemns illegal eviction drive in Assam
SFI Fraternal Organisation, the Maharashtra Kisan Sabha played a leading role! June 11th saw the historic victory of the peasantry of Maharashtra, after a 10 day novel and unprecedented strike, backed by a massive Maharashtra Bandh on 5th June. Under pressure of the unity and struggle of the peasantry and the impending call for a militant … More Historic Victory of Peasantry in Maharashtra !
The Central Executive Committee of Students Federation of India Condemns the brutal assault on IIT Madras student R. Sooraj by the right wing hindutva forces inside the campus. Sooraj, a participant in a protest against the newly brought ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter in animal markets, was subjected to a group attack … More Stand United to Protect the Democratic Rights, Condemn the Right Wing Attack on IITM Student
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed the Central Board of Secondary Education to continue awarding grace marks to students to maintain parity in the evaluation process. The CBSE Board examresults which were scheduled to be announced today are been postponed. A PIL was filed by a parent and a lawyer challenging the change in … More CBSE DIRECTED TO CONTINUE WITH MARKS MODERATION POLICY
सहारनपुर के शब्बीरपुर की घटना के विरोध में सामने आई भीम आर्मी के हजारों समर्थक जंतर मंतर पर इकट्ठा हो रहे हैं। पूर्व जानकारी के मुताबिक आज जंतर मंतर पर भीम आर्मी के अध्यक्ष चंद्रशेखर आजाद पहुंचने वाले हैं। आपको बता दें कि भीम आर्मी के अध्यक्ष चंद्रशेखर आजाद (रावण) ने कुछ दिन पहले एक … More सहारनपुर हिंसा: दिल्ली में शुरु हुआ दलितों का विरोध प्रदर्शन
Furquan Ameen Siddiqui and Jeevan Prakash Sharma for Hindustan Times Even as the government targets the social sciences, it is encouraging the growth of engineering colleges – despite the fact that engineering jobs (particularly in IT) are shrinking, in India and abroad. A month ago, Himanshu Sharma was asked by his company, Cognizant, to resign. His … More Layoffs and shrinking job market: Is this the end of India’s engineering dream?
The Delhi High Court hearing the petition of Fatima Nafees in the case of JNU student Najeeb Ahmed has transferred the case to the CBI. Adv. Colin Gonsalves, senior advocate for Fatima Nafees, had prayed that the investigation team of the Crime Branch of the Delhi police be completely dismantled and the case be handed … More May 16, 2017: Legal Update on Najeeb
Admissions to the 18 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Delhi are set to begin on May 29. The online registration process will end on June 16, following which applicants will have to verify their certificates and documents at the institutes before securing a seat.Over the last 2 years, the Delhi government has been pushing for … More ITI admissions to start on May 29