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Investigative Journalism in Jeopardy

Investigative journalists offer selfless service in terms of promoting dissenting opinions and discourse in society. Sadly, people in power often resort to threatening...

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How to Utilise the Mid-Semester Break Effectively

It’s that time of the year again when the week-long break is what all college students wait for. The mid-sem break is the perfect time to rouse those latent hobbies...

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World Student’s Day: An Ode to Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam

‘Look at the sky. We are not alone. The whole universe is friendly to us and conspires only to give the best to those who dream and work.’ Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam was...

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Islamophobia in Delhi University’s Student Community: A Myth or Reality?

17 years ago, no one had heard of Islamophobia. While some scholars claim that Islamophobia existed in premise before the terrorist attacks of 11th September 2001,...

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An Obvious Case of DUSU and the Fake Degrees

The recent unwrapping of the Ankiv Baisoya’s fake degree case brings with it harsh truths about elections and raises a question on the trustworthiness of nomination...

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The Lack of Liberal Arts Universities in India

In a country obsessed with engineering and medical degrees, the field of humanities takes a step back. There is a lack of liberal arts universities in the country when...

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377 in and India Inclusivity Inc.

This article traces the role of major corporations in navigating the changes that arose with the decriminalization of homosexuality.  During the month of September in...

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What the Mid-Semester Break Means to Outstation Students

Mid-semester break basically means a little escape from our ‘adulting’ responsibilities, a trip home, and catching up with academics. It is a short relief from the...

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My Name is Fascism: I am Not a Light Term

We use it like a two-rupee ball-point pen. Read on to learn what it actually means to be a ‘fascist’ in yesterday, today, and the times to follow. It is a Saturday...

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What it Takes to Organise a Pride Parade

After the Supreme Court’s judgment to decriminalise consensual sex between homosexuals, the nation’s idea of love has been redefined. But redefined to what?  In...