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LSR Tarang 2012 – The Curtain Raiser

College fests, generally associated with vibrancy and euphoria, have recently been reduced to money making opportunities for participants. The relatively easy...

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AIESEC DU recruitment begins

For all those who missed out in August, AIESEC in Delhi University’s February recruitment has kicked off and if you’re someone whose unsure of what the...

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Your Guide to the College Fests

The most awaited chapter of the Delhi University’s calendar is finally here! The fest season is kicking off this February. It’s been only three weeks since the...

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SRCC Histrionica: Day 1 & 2

DAY 1 (16th January, 2011) The Dramatics Society of Shri Ram College of Commerce with their sweatshirts reading ‘100 percent cut off, 200 percent dramebazi’, began...

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SRCC presents Histrionica

The 4th edition of Histrionica, the annual theatre festival of the Shri Ram College of Commerce is here, but with a changed format. A four day festival, it will be held...

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The Journey to Redraw India

Teach for India was started in 2009 by Ms. Shaheen Mistri, who is the Chief Executive Officer of the organization, taking ideas from Teach For America, a similar...

WordSpill is Back!

DU Beat in association with American Center presents WordSpill Theme: What Should President Obama do when he visits India? Send in your entries to: wordspill@dubeat.com...

Seeing is Believing

Career Launcher to conduct special seminar on increasing overall Score! (Sep. 16, 2009, New Delhi): Career Launcher conducted a special seminar for the benefit of CAT...

Wordspill:The Yellow Laburnum by Jonathan Daniel Luther

Trapped Midst Thanatos and Eros This Yellow Laburnum wilts. But Slowly steady it’s Sun Approaches. These, the days Grow hotter And stronger. The force of A bull. The...

Wordspill: The Man of Mode by Anhiti Patnaik

11th March, 2:10 pm He was a tall, bulky column standing between my sight and the blaring, distracting glare of the television. I gulped. Half-masticated food. Of course...