Category: Reviews

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Hello Meal – The Rise of a Start-Up

Hello Meal started off as a humble initiative by a few students of Delhi University who had the aim of delivering quality food at reasonable prices. Nor have they only...

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Hello Meal- Food at a click away!

Are you experiencing hunger pangs and do not harbour the desire to step out of the comfort of your room and into the scorching heat? Yes, food delivery is a genius...

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Book Review – Twilight in Delhi by Ahmed Ali

The classic novel, set in Delhi of 1911-1919 with the backdrop of colonial rule and Indian independence struggle, chronicles the rapidly changing socio-political...

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Book Review: Up Campus, Down Campus

With posters of ‘Free Nelson Mandela’, ‘Ganga Dhaba’ and ‘Red Flags’ the left dominant culture of Jawaharlal Lal Nehru University (JNU) could never have been...

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“Kiss free, Love free, Live free”: What does Befikre have in store?

“Kiss free, Love free, Live free”. Life ought to be as simple as that. And it is (or eventually becomes) for the leading couple of ‘Befikre’. But life is never...

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them: A Magical Movie Review

The latest edition in the Harry Potter saga, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, is a must-watch for any movie fanatic, Potterhead or not. Its fitting score and...

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Food Review: Raw Creams, Hudson Lane

I scream, you scream, let’s all scream for ‘RAW CREAMS’! The sheer number of restaurants in the Hudson Lane and GTB Nagar locale of North Campus bewildered me when...

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Food Review: Off-Campus, Satya Niketan

Off-Campus attempts to attain a few off-beat features and become more than just ‘another café’ in Satya Niketan.With spacious and lightly decorated indoor and...

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BOOK REVIEW- A Feast of Vultures

It has been nearly seven decades since the declaration of Indian Independence. But the question whether we are truly free is still a matter of debate.Enter A Feast of...

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Book Review: The Inability of Words by Harnidh Kaur

Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. -Plutarch Words alone cannot express the impact of poetry in our lives. Precisely with that thought in...