Education Hyderabad News

MANUU students demand apology and resignation of Chancellor Firoz Bakht

Students community of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) boycotted classes today to protest against the University chancellor Firoz Bakht Ahmed for his imprudent accusations against the students. Coming out in large numbers near Admin Building, the students refuted the charges leveled against them by the Chancellor. “The annual hostel dinner actually started with mourning for […]

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Students of MANUU Organizes Solidarity March in Support of AMU

The students of Maulana Azad National Urdu University came out in support of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) students who were accused by the police under false accusation on sedition charges. The provocative manners of Republic Tv reporter and the channel calling the university to be terrorists’ university had made aggravation in the students. There […]

Business Hyderabad Opinion

Arabian Mandi Conquers Hyderabad

It’s 12.00 am, Anshoor and friends were waiting after ordering their favorite ‘Mandi’ at a local restaurant in the Tolichowki area of Hyderabad. He is a central university student from Kerala studying in the city of biryani. Anshoor, along with his friends often gather to enjoy local cuisine. When asked about his hangout and cuisine, […]

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NSS MANUU Organises Pareeksha Pe charcha 2.0

Student cell of National Service Scheme (NSS) in Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) conducted a unique program Pareeksha Pe Charcha 2.0 on 29 January. The program intended to create discourse over the examination practice and its wider possibilities in future developments. The university controller of examinations Prof. Sajid Jamali made the congregation more auspicious […]


Telugu writer Krishna Rao Triumphs Sahitya Academy

Telugu writer and senior journalist A. Krishna Rao won Sahitya Akademi award for 2018. Rao hails from Mahbubnagar district of Telangana State. Rao has been awarded for his valuable translations on the works of the poet Padma Sachdev from Dogri language titled ‘Guppedu Suryudu, Marikonni Kavithalu’. Chief minister KCR conveyed his gladness over Krishna Rao’s achievement and […]

Hyderabad Opinion

The Saga of Biryani in Hyderabad: From Mutton to Beef

Biryani has become an iconic dish of Hyderabad. Let it be shaadi or any other event, nothing ends without the serving of Biryani if you are in Hyderabad. And it is no wonder that anyone who has once visited Hyderabad will have tasted this appetizing dish. Interestingly, Hyderabadi Biryani is often best served in the […]

Events Institutions Politics

‘In My Name’: Photo Exhibition Edges Lynch Stories After 2014

A photo exhibition about the victims of mob lynching against Muslims across India since 2014 was organized by local chapter of Students Islamic Organisation (SIO) in the University of Hyderabad (HCU) campus. ‘IN MY NAME’, a collective remembrance against selective amnesia, documented more than fifty victims of the mob lynches around the country. The organizers […]

Events Hyderabad

HLF’19 Features Kaifi Azmi, China and Gujarati

The Hyderabad Literary Festival (HLF), which offers celebration of cultural diversities each year to the lovers of language, literature and culture in Hyderabad, began on Friday. Being organized at Hyderabad Public School in Begumpet from January 25 to 27, the festival is slated to host various sessions, including conversations, stand-up comedy, Sufi music performances and […]

Education Institutions

PFI Distributes Scholarships to MANUU Students

The Popular Front of India (PFI) awarded scholarships to outstanding academic performers in Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU). Inaugurating the scholarship distribution program, National Vice Chairman of PFI O.M.A Salam said that the initiative was intended to uplift financial deserving students who perform well in academics. The scholarships were given to more than hundred […]

Education Institutions

Students in Indian campuses have prime concerns for their nation: Dr. Kristina

Indian campuses are politically charged and students in higher education institutions display utmost concern for their nation, which is absent in the European universities, observed Dr. Kristina Garalytė. Speaking on ‘Dalit Student Movement in India: From Identity Politics to Counter Culture Movement’ in Hyderabad at MANUU Campus, Dr Kristina said that the Dalit uprising and […]