Shraman Ghosh

shramang@dubeat.com ; Shraman graduated from Modern School Barakhamba Road and is currently pursuing Economics Honours at Hindu College. In addition to writing, Shraman loves reading books and constantly tries to make himself better aware of the world around him. His pastimes include community service and theatre which he actively pursues in college. He hopes to complete his undergrad and do masters in Economics or Finance so that he can try and contribute to our country's economic development and growth. He loves travelling and is a massive foodie as well.

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Syria and the Great Humanitarian Crisis of Our Time

My last article on Syria focused on the implications of the involvement of Western powers in this hostile region following the terror strikes in Paris in November 2015....

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DU Admissions: A closer look required?

With Delhi University cutoffs set to take over newspaper headlines across the country, become the punch line of corny jokes and contribute significantly to the Internet...

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Brexit: The Reality of Britain Leaving The European Union

Three months ago I wrote an article entitled “Brexit: The Possibility Of Britain Leaving The European Union” (you can read it here), which I ended on a rather...

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Travelling vs. Interning: What should you do this summer?

Does the concept of summer “vacation” really exist in college? There are usually two ways people spend their summer – interning or feeling guilty about...

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Best of Delhi University 2015-16: University and Faculty Achievements

The University of Delhi is a dynamic place to be, and records new highs with various achievements but also new lows with several controversial issues taking place every...

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Pakistan v Brussels: Dawn of (In)justice

You’re probably thinking that this article will go on to harangue you about how we as a race are becoming increasingly biased and hypocritical, “praying for”...

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Bazinga: DU to not set cutoffs based on board percentage for the year 2016-17

Delhi University in its ever lasting desire to change the very dynamics of education in our country have made their most drastic announcement since that of the failed...

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Why The World Economy Is Quite Simply A Mess

Let’s face it; the world is a complete mess. Whereas 2015 may have brought some you individual joy and accomplishment it really wasn’t a good year for humanity in...

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Why Summer School Is A Great Idea

Summer breaks for most of us revolve around the numerous ways in which we can upgrade our portfolios and résumés; doing an internship, taking extra classes, doing some...

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DU’s Inter College Fest Antardhvani cancelled for 2016

The winds of change have been hovering over Delhi University all year and finally we are beginning to see their impact. Delhi University has announced that it will not...