Young Girls Convention on “Consent, Choice and Young Women” at Jamia

Nandita Rao, lawyer, Delhi High Court and Supreme Court., speaking at the Young Girls Convention held at Dayare-Mir Taqi Mir, JMI; Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013 (Photo: Khalid Jaleel)

Recent incidents of crime against women have engaged young men and women in the ongoing discourse on political and social change in the country. To channelize the energy of this young generation of protestors and campaigners in a productive manner by spreading legal awareness and understanding about violence against women, Jamia Millia Islamia’s Outreach Programme in collaboration with the Indian ...

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Ambassador of Sudan, Dr. Hassan El Talib, Speaks on Indo-Sudan Relations

Dr/ Hassan El Talib, ambassador of Sudan to India, speaking at Dept. of Political Science, JMI; Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013 (Photo: Khalid Jaleel)

The Department of Political Science organized a special lecture by ambassador of Sudan to India, Dr Hassan E. EL Talib, on the topic “India-Sudan Relations: Emerging Trends,” at the Department of Political Science, on 5 September 2013. Prof. Badrul Alam introduced Dr. Talib in which he mentioned that the ambassador had a special connection with Jamia. He said Dr. Talib ...

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Engagement with Modi is Not an Endorsement of Modi: British High Commissioner James Bevan

British High Commissioner James Bevan addressing the audience at FTK-CIT, JMI; Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013 (Photo: Jamia Journal)

British High Commissioner to India, Sir James David Bevan, delivered a talk on the topic “Reasons to be cheerful: Why now is the best time to be young,” on Thursday, 22 August 2013 at the Conference hall, FTK-CIT. The event was chaired by Vice-Chancellor S. M. Sajid. [Link to Text and Audio of the speech below.] Vice-Chancellor S. M. Sajid ...

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Pakistan’s Former Ambassador to USA, Sherry Rehman, in Jamia: “We Are Here Building Bridges”

Pakistan's former ambassador to the USA, Sherry Rehman, speaking at Tagore Hall; Wednesday, July 31, 2013 (Photo: Khalid Jaleel)

The Pakistan Studies Programme at the Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia in collaboration with the Jinnah Institute, Islamabad and the Australia-India Institute, Melbourne conducted a lecture by Ms. Sherry Rehman, Pakistan’s former Ambassador to the United States and former Federal Minister of Information & Broadcasting, as part of a series of lectures by distinguished speakers in which eminent ...

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PHOTO: Busts of the Founders

Sculpted busts of Gandhi, Shaukat Ali, Mohammed Ali Jauhar, Dr. M.A. Ansari, Hakeem Ajmal Khan, and Abdul Majeed Khwaja on display near the entrance to the M.F. Husain Art Gallery, JMI; Wednesday, March 20, 2013 (Photo: Khalid Jaleel)

About the Photos: These sculpted busts of Gandhi, Shaukat Ali, Mohammed Ali Jauhar, Dr. M.A. Ansari, Hakeem Ajmal Khan, and Abdul Majeed Khwaja are on display near the entrance to the M.F. Husain Art Gallery as part of the ongoing, alleged, exhibit by the teaching faculty for the Faculty of Fine Arts. Slideshow:

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Harish Trivedi Delivers 6th Ahmed Ali Memorial Lecture

Prof. Harish Trivedi speaking at the India-Arab Cultural Center, JMI; Wednesday, March 13, 2013 (Photo: Khalid Jaleel)

The Department of English organized the sixth Ahmed Ali Memorial Lecture on the topic, “Ahmed Ali and British Censorship” by Prof. Harish Trivedi at the India Arab Cultural Center on Wednesday, March 13, 2013. [Link to Audio] About Harish Trivedi: Harish Trivedi is former Professor of English, University of Delhi and has been visiting Professor at many universities in India and ...

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In Conversation with: Najeeb Jung

Vice-Chancellor Najeeb Jung in his office at Jamia Millia Islamia; Feb. 21, 2013 (Photo: Mohammed Aarif Khan)

[Editor’s Note: This interview with Vice-Chancellor Najeeb Jung was conducted by Muhammad Aarif Khan (a staff writer for Jamia Journal), as a supplement to his article titled “Jamia: The Path to Progress” that details the history of Jamia Millia Islamia from its inception to the present, by examining the lives and the work done by the men who occupied the ...

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