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.

JNU

Book Review: Up Campus, Down Campus

With posters of ‘Free Nelson Mandela’, ‘Ganga Dhaba’ and ‘Red Flags’ the left dominant culture of Jawaharlal Lal Nehru University (JNU) could never have been...

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Inquilab Zindabad- An ode to the Indian Revolution

Exactly 86 years ago, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru – the three revered figures of the Indian freedom struggle – were executed on March 31, 1931...

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Confluence 2017 at Hans Raj College: Highlights and Events

Confluence- The annual cultural festival of Hansraj College which was a four days long was packed with various events by several societies and departments. This time,...

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Students, Teachers and politicians join in thousands to protest against ABVP’s Hooliganism

After a peaceful weekend, the Ramjas row has refused to bow down with marches and counter marches. Today, however, was a different day altogether in the campus. A...

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Despite opposition, St. Stephen’s administration to go ahead with bid for autonomy

At a hastily convened meeting of the Governing Body of St. Stephens College to discuss the issue of autonomous status for the college today, the decision to go ahead...

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Book Review: “Choices” by Shivshankar Menon

Foreign Policy formation of a country which is filled with infinite diversities is not a child’s play. The recent book by Shivshankar Menon, the former National...

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Bigotry at show on third day at ‘Musha’irah’

Ideas often grow in spaces which celebrate freedom. These ideas, both radical and revolutionary are double edged swords. While ideas that led to the birth of Facebook...

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Bazinga: Delhi University to Celebrate Valentine’s Day This Year

In a shock to the moral policing groups who often spread hooliganism in the name of protecting the culture and religion of the country, the University of Delhi has...

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Communicating with the Soundless: Story of the startup which works for the Deaf

“The tour was awesome. I never had an opportunity to learn so much about kings and their history,” said an elated traveler after his visit to the famous Humayun’s...

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Delhi University Colleges organise self-defence classes post NYE mass molestation

In the wake of mass molestation at Bengaluru which sent shock waves around the nation, colleges in University of Delhi (DU) are going a step ahead by encouraging...