Category: Features

Symbols and Symbolism

India, as all Indians know, is a land of much diversity: diverse people, diverse languages and diverse culture. It’s a melting pot of all this and more. The founders...

Youth Task Force launches RTI Awareness Campaign

The Right to Information Act of 2005 has received much coverage in all media and is perhaps the government legislation that people are most familiar with. So what do you...

Summer School

Beat the heat with a scholarly retreat STANFORD SUMMER PROGRAM Stanford Summer Session classes feature open enrollment, accessible instructors, small classes, a diverse...

Students’ Take : DU Exams and the Need to Rethink our Education System

“Exams are an unnecessary burden on the students. The education system needs to be reformed a la 3 idiots style. That will certainly be a whiff of fresh...

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...

WAR OF THE STEREOTYPES

Disclaimer: The opinions contained in this section are not of the paper’s or the writers’. They simply depict stereotypes and stereotypical understanding of...

The Survivor’s Guide to Eschatological Prophesies

Eschatology is the branch of theology that is concerned with the end of the world or of humankind. For many centuries, people have been predicting the year, the month...

CATching up with CAT

The structure of CAT has changed quite a bit. Firstly, it shall be an online test this year instead of the written test which had been going on from time immemorial....

FUND YOURSELF DU STYLE

Are the hikes in Metro and bus fares or the overall inflation of food prices affecting you? Or are the problems college fee hikes, diminishing monthly allowances and...

Delhi: Connected

BACK THEN So let’s accept it. Till a few years back, life was convenient. There was a school bus that was paid for. There were some parents who went a step ahead to...