Category: Beyond the Obvious of Delhi University Colleges

Glorifying the Grit- Kashmir in Popular Imagination

Glorifying the Grit: Kashmir in Popular Imagination

Read how romanticising the nuanced conflict of Kashmir negates the trauma of its ground-reality. There is a thing about pedestals- they act as an ideal way of distancing...

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(Mis)information and Us

In today’s time when all of us literally have the world in our hands, a dangerous effect of the same chases us. We are living in times when information is floating all...

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News Shows and their Politics of Language

While the TV news in India frequently fails in providing relevant information to the citizens and rather becomes an arena for incessant shouting, it also operates in...

Neither Black, Nor White- The Scheming with Love

Neither Black, nor White: The Scheming with Love

A gentle reminder that every import from the west carries with it complex implications for a society as diverse and traditional as ours. Among other things, Delhi...

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Elections and Political Parties: Awareness as Youth

This article talks about the political environment and our stake in it. The 2019 elections are one of the most anticipated and crucial elections for our country. The...

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Young, Dumb, and Burnt-out: Our Generation

“Why am I so tired? I just woke up.” And several other questions the younglings ask themselves these days. We’re tired, too tired to complete necessary tasks, but...

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Should We Only Vote for Educated Representatives?

The elections are here and it’s time to vote! But the representatives we choose should be educated or not? Is it an elitist, exclusionary view to believe that our...

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A Match Not Made in Heaven: Politics and Art

Is it the purpose of art to suit certain political sides? Is it necessary that it subverts opinions? The age-old question of the politics in, and of art remains, but...

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Martyrs’ Day: A Day of Tribute

Martyrs’ Day is celebrated on 30th January to pay homage to the valiant freedom fighters who fought for our country’s independence. Martyrs’ Day, also known as...

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Why is the Citizenship Amendment Bill Evoking Protests in NE?

The Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016 on got approved on 8th January by India‘s Lower House of Parliament that would grant residency and citizenship rights to...