Osmania University: Students on its sorry state, KCR govt’s clampdown on dissent

They’re worried about the future, and have high expectations from the next govt in the state.

WrittenBy:NL Team
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Teams Newslaundry and The News Minute were in Hyderabad, with elections in the state scheduled to take place on November 30. 

First, we met with students of Osmania University to discuss how their campus – once the hub of important political movements – has been neglected. The students explain the clampdown on dissent by the KCR government, their expectations from the next government, and why they’re nervous about employment opportunities in the state.

Next, Yunus Lasania, the bureau chief of The News Minute in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, offered us some very interesting insights on the politics of Telangana and the history of Osmania University, where he studied too. 



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