The Rs 500 crore by Tata Trusts will be used to buy personal protective equipment for medical professionals, to set up modular treatment facilities for COVID-19 infected patients among other things
Students say people have been shouting out 'coronavirus' at them both on campus and outside as well
'If she visits the police station on Friday after deleting the controversial post, her intention will be questioned but it can be retrieved at the forensic laboratory,' said the officer
The stalwart of the Indian business industry celebrated his rare feat with a humbling picture of himself as she extended his thank you note to all his followers.
The statement also requested support from the public at large against the constant attacks on the university.
Defending his tirade against TISS, BJP leader Kirit says he respects institute, but has an issue with a handful of students appearing in every protest
Statement issued on Thursday says sedition is an out-dated law, which has and continues to be used as a political tool against minorities, human rights defenders and civil rights activists
A public letter issued online by the scientists' community against the CAA has received close to 2,000 signatures till date.
Want the tradition of making unfounded claims, started in 2015, to end as Bengaluru hosts 107th edition of Indian Science congress
A circular asking teaching and non-teaching staff of social sciences institute to keep away from demonstrations during 'duty hours because we are government-funded' draws condemnation
Students allege that moving the protest from Chowpatty to August Kranti Maidan is an attempt to confuse attendees and stifle dissent
Civic body initiates Smiling Mumbai programme to help address mental health issues among adolescent students at civic schools
March for Science is a global concept, and the event is usually held between April and May
The Hyderabad students have filed a writ petition in the Telangana High Court, challenging the administration's action of abruptly shutting down in the middle of the academic year
Several students, who began the protest on July 8, went on a hunger strike four days back. The institute hiked the hostel accommodation fee to Rs 56,000 per semester from Rs 8,500 per month for open category
As many as 14 faculty members of TISS, Guwahati, have decided to go on leave, starting April 1, due to non-extension of their contracts beyond a year
Tata Institute of Social Science in Mumbai has been in the news for many negative reasons recently
The Muzaffarpur horror came to light in May 2018 when the Bihar Social Welfare Department filed an FIR based on a social audit of the shelter home conducted by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.
As part of the Guwahati campus protest, which started on Thursday, students boycotted classes and staged demonstrations on campus with placards in their hands
Strongly condemning the bill, a semi-formal collective of queer and queer-friendly individuals in TISS has started a movement titled 'Rajya Sabha MPs #StopTransBill2018'