Niharika Dabral

Niharika Dabral is an average anti-national feminist who is currently pursuing Journalism at Cluster Innovation Center. This quixotically honest and technologically challenged Garhwali strongly advocates that Harry Potter must be included in elementary education. If you want to rant about how unfair life is or want to share something awful or awesome that needs to be reported then feel free to drop her a line at niharikad@dubeat.com 

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10 lessons learnt after the end of first semester

It is that time of the year when everyone is busy photocopying notes, pulling all nighters to settle a decent score in internals and getting submissions done just before...

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Cluster Innovation Centre’s ‘Innovation Project’ aims to decode aggression

Almost every day we find cases of violence amongst school children cropping up in the newspapers and media. Taking inspiration from this disturbing trend  Delhi...

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Striking a socially relevant chord: YKA’s Converge 2016

Stories, mine and yours, hold in them the charisma that can  keep the world  moving ahead. Converging stories of inspiration from almost all walks of life, Youth ki...

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Learn Legal Rights with Delhi University Community Radio

Delhi Legal Service Authority (DLSA) in collaboration with Delhi University Community Radio (DUCR) initiated an 11 part legal rights awareness programme. While talking...

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DU professor Nandini Sundar booked for murder; calls FIR “absurd”

Delhi University Professor Nandini Sundar, and Jawaharlal Nehru University’s Archana Prasad are among the 10 people accused in the murder of a tribal villager in...

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Pros and Cons of an Outstation Fest

Your college life is not fully accomplished without attending at least one outstation fest. After all, outstation fests are not just another activity that features in...

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PDA and Privacy

On 16th October, an intimate video shot in Delhi Metro was made viral on social media. Immediately, the comments’ sections were polarized in two groups. While many...