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Sahil Chauhan

Celebrating 10 Years of Independent Journalism in DU Beat

The second day of Mushaira 2018 was dedicated to independent journalism, celebrating 10 years of the establishment of the largest student-run media organisation, DU...

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Mushaira 2018: Performing Poetry of Dissent

The much awaited literary festival of Hindu College, Mushaira 2018 witnessed students flocking from a myriad of colleges of the University of Delhi. The event started...

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Nobel Prize 2016 for Literature : A Pandora’s box?

Bob Dylan, the singer – songwriter won the Nobel in the Literature “for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song traditions”. With...

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Female writers who revolutionised the literary sphere

Like many other spheres and domains of life, the literary space too worked on the politics of gender. It was long thought to be a space marked only for men, and women...

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Is ‘fiction’ as unreal as the word itself suggests?

“We all-adults and children, writers and readers-have an obligation to daydream. We have an obligation to imagine.” I anticipate two kinds of readers-one...

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Times Litfest – Delhi

Delhi is the city of politics, the city of power, the city of ideas and historically, the city of empires. In the turbulent churn of Delhi, lies the heart of change. A...

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Lit Amantes 2014: Hansraj College hosts its English department fest

On March 10, 2014, the English department of Hansraj College hosted its annual fest that saw a coming together of informative lectures, seminars, theatre, and a pinch of...

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Jaipur Literature Festival 2014 in pictures

From discussions on the Jazz Age to Jesus as a historical figure to contemporary Indian art, this year’s Jaipur Literature Festival covered a lot of ground and then...

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The Work of the Devil

Were a long flowing white beard synonymous with immense wisdom, discord would cease to exist and peace would reign supreme. Unfortunately however, that is not as rampant...