Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Topic: letter

Video | A letter poem to Professor Hany Babu

Hany Babu's student at Delhi University and an academic publishing professional Shivangi Mariam Raj wrote this poem "Dear Hany, This is just to say" in November last year, four months Hany's arrest by NIA.

Letter to Sitaram Yechury over ‘Islamophobic statements’ of CPIM Kerala state secretary

A group of nine academics, lawyers, writers and retired bureaucrats have sent a letter to CPIM secretary Sitaram Yechury, expressing concern at recent Islamophobic statements of A. Vijayaraghavan, left party's Kerala state unit secretary.

Dear Hany, this is just to say

In the utterance of word, there hunches a mountain that I must climb—and just when I begin to plant my feet on the burly mountain-limb, it collapses into tiny mounds of alphabet I struggle to assemble.

‘In a state of despair, anguish and helplessness’ DU law student writes to HC Chief Justice against online exams

Aastha Khanna, a law student from the Delhi University wrote a letter to the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court, Justice DN Patel, highlighting the plight of students in view of the Government ordered directing Universities to compulsorily conduct examination of final year students amid pandemic.

Don’t tweak OBC creamy layer norms, abolish NEET, Stalin writes to PM Modi

In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the DMK leader urged him not to include salary and farm income to figure out beneficiaries for reservation in education and jobs and for welfare schemes and continue the existing policy. Stalin who is also the leader of opposition in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly urged the PM to abolish NEET for medical admissions.

COVID-19; 200 academics from around world demand India restore high-speed internet, release political prisoners

A letter was sent from the Kashmir Scholars Consultative and Action Network (KSCAN) and concerned academics and professionals from around the world to the World Health Organization, United Nations Special Rapporteurs, and various international health organizations appealing to call on the Indian government to restore high-speed internet and release all political prisoners in Kashmir following the spread of deadly coronavirus in the valley.