Srivedant Kar

Srivedant Kar is the associate editor of DU Beat. A journalism student at Cluster Innovation Centre, he spends more time thinking about tomorrow than today. Having interned with United Nations, he is an avid reader, fierce debater, poet and religious follower of politics who aspires to be a diplomat some day.

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An Ode To You, Dear Reader

From a time when student reporters had to run around to capture pictures of protests and then send them to their copy editor to ensure that it goes for the weekly print...

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You Can Order My Attendance, Not My Attention

As the long drawn battles of compulsory attendance have garnered attention, with the University and several of its colleges using online applications that can monitor...

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Mystery Rooms: The Perfect Escape Destination for You

Based on the concept of live online games, this real life adventure location can guarantee you a wonderful and unforgettable experience with friends and family. If...

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Hansraj Sports Council Organises ‘Manchala’, Its First Field Event

Hansraj college celebrated the inaugural ceremony of the sports council on the occasion of National sports day. The occasion was formally inaugurated by Dr Rama Sharma,...

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Jamia Students demand for reinstating Student Union

Lately across the country, in the absence of a notable opposition decisions of the establishment, students have taken it upon themselves to stand up to the authoritarian...

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Bazinga: With the JNU Entrance in December, DU Prepones Semester Exams to Mid-November

In yet another shock to the final year students, who are still recovering from the fact that Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is holding its entrance exam in December...

Rocky Tuseed, NSUI's presidential candidate bagged the post of DUSU President, despite facing numerous hurdles.

IN CONVERSATION WITH: Rocky Tuseed, the DUSU President for 2017-18

Be it hiccups like the election officials cancelling his nominations, or reliefs like the High Court allowing him to contest the elections, or moments of ecstasy at...

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The Calm After the Storm: A Look at the Aftermath of DUSU Elections

Now that the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) elections are finally over and you’ve voted to elect your leaders who claimed to transform your college into one...

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A Tribute to Gauri Lankesh: A Bullet Can Never Kill an Idea

What can stop a mind which is devoid of fear? A mind which speaks the truth and a pen which nibs down the truth? Three bullets which took the life of Gauri Lankesh try...

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Miscreants Stalk Female Students, Try to Beat up a Faculty Member who Comes to Their Defence at Cluster Innovation Centre

In another incident of hooliganism on the University campus, miscreants tried to beat up a female faculty member who came to the defence of her students. On 30th August...