Category: Features

Non-Violence or Non-Existence: A Matter of Choice

The twentieth century can best be defined as a century of extremes. Although it witnessed the World Wars, The Holocaust and Apartheid, it was also the century when the...

Dear Diary: The Diary of Mel Gibson

Lord, what is happening to me? Where did it all go wrong? Something snapped in my head in the last decade and I can’t figure when. I had an appointment with a...

Delhi University at a Glance: Evolution of a Student

First Year First year in college is, as some already know and some of you will eventually get to know, unlike any other. You can feel it on your first day, when you...

Courting Addiction

The first time I took drugs was after my XII boards, a year back. My friends took me to a place they knew, where drugs are sold cheap and in abundance. The first thing I...

Emoticon Dictionary

-Janhavi Mittal and Aina Matthew How many times have you sat around, scratching your head and wondering which emotion that bunch of brackets, dots and dashes is supposed...

Brazil

Feijoada is the national dish of Brazil. It was brought to Brazil by the Portuguese. It is basically a stew prepared with black turtle beans with a variety of salted...

Australia

One of the most recognized symbols of Australia, the Opera House in Sydney with its beautiful roof evocative of a ship at full sail includes 1000 rooms, conducts 3000...

Japan

Sakura (cherry blossom) is the national flower of Japan. The blooming of cherry blossoms is eagerly awaited across the country every year. Millions of people go to...

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...