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Our readers tell us what they think of DU Beat:

“A beat apart!”

Akanksha Saxsena, Hindu

“I Enjoy doing the crosswords every week, they’re fun yet challenging.”

Mannat Sant, Hindu

“Du Beat is informative and a good source to know what’s been happening on campus.”

Kaustav Ghosh, Ramjas

“Its something thats handed to me, hence i read it, when i’m fairly free… I need a reason to read it if i’m on the run. It’s cool to see how DU Beat have gotten Darlymple and Tsundue to write for dub or get their puraana stuff printed. Also typos and language gadbads are more or less in control now … not that they should’ve been there in the first place but its an improvement.”
Indrani Basu- LSR

“DU Beat was quite redundant in the whole continuing story section which most people cannot follow as previous copies have been elusive… there is a lot of stuff that is irrelevant to the current audience..”
Manasi Chatpalliwar – Venky

“I like reading DU Beat, the food articles have been an interesting read. I quite like the paper, it makes for an interesting read.”
Ghazal Gulati – JMC

Journalism has been called the “first rough draft of history”. D.U.B may be termed as the first rough draft of DU history. Freedom to Express.

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