U. will not be discipline students for controversial political opinions, Eisgruber notes

With regard to his recent comment that the University will not penalize students for possibly holding an event commemorating Osama bin Laden, University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 explained that the University is committed to the principles of free speech and will not discipline any members of the University for their political opinions. “We allow students, faculty…

Modi talks ‘nationalism’, BJP explains ‘freedom of speech’ at party’s national level pre-poll huddle

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that “nationalism is our strength” and needs to be spread while the BJP stressed the ideology of “nationalism” guides its belief, and the constitution allows freedom of speech but does not permit “destruction of the nation”. “Nationalism is our strength and it should be further spread,”…

Sudden spurt in cyber crime

After a brief lull, the cyber crime branch has once again registered a substantial rise in the number of cases since the beginning of the year. The special unit registered over 45 cases while it has received about 279 complaints since January 1. The year 2015 was relatively calmer with 117 FIRs registered under the…