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Review: Pragati Maidan Delhi Book and Stationery Fair 2018

Pragati Maidan hosts it’s Delhi edition of the book and stationery fair in the months of August and September every year. The book fair boasts of a footfall of a...

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Why I Am a Hindu: Decoding and Rediscovering the World’s Oldest Religion

Delving into Why I Am a Hindu by Shashi Tharoor and realising the truth about one of the oldest religion in this world and what it has become now has been nothing less...

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Four Things Every Student Should Take Away From Karwaan

‘Main akela hi chala tha janib-e-manzil magar, Log saath aate gaye aur karwaan banta gaya’(I started all alone towards the goal but people kept joining and...

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine: A Breath of Fresh Air in the World of Television

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, with its diverse cast and representation of marginalised communities, is taking the world by storm. It’ss hilarity and breaking of negative...

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Film Review: The Shape of Water

Director: Guillermo del Toro Release date: December 1, 2017 (USA) Cast: Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Doug Jones, Michael Stuhlbarg and Octavia...

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5 Best European Restaurants in Delhi

Tight budgets, extra classes, and pick up street food aptly sums up your life if you’re in the University of Delhi. An average day in a student’s life is constituent...

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Book Review: The Vegetarian

Han Kang wrote this three-part novella, inspired by her short story Fruit of My Woman, in 2007. Deborah Smith translated the Korean novel into English in 2015 and it won...

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Play Review: Hideaway by Verbum

Backed by impeccable acting and an intricate plot, the annual production of Verbum, the English Dramatics Society of Sri Venkateshwara College, trod on the tricky...

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Film review: The Hungry

The Hungry is a modern retelling of Titus Andronicus, the Shakespearean tragedy. Titus Andronicus is Shakespeare’s first ever play and is also considered his most gory...

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Book Review: The Happiness Equation

The Happiness Equation is a Self-Help book published in 2016. It is written by the Canadian author, entrepreneur and public speaker Neil Pasricha who gives science-based...