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Witness Street-play Extravaganza at Chauraha, IPCW!

Come and witness this street play extravaganza on 24th March at IP College for Women’s Annual Fest Shruti’18. Chauraha is the street play event of Abhivyakti- The Dramatics Society of IP College for Women. As a part of the Fest, different Dramatics Societies from various parts of Delhi would perform in this event. This year… Keep Reading


Here’s Why You Can’t Miss Jaipur Literature Festival, 2018

Jaipur Literature festival is one of the largest, free literature festivals of India. It is ought to be an appeal to literature enthusiasts and academic connoisseurs since it offers the best combination of an academic set-up along with a fun packed schedule that the festival offers. Besides what it officially presents to us, there is… Keep Reading


#BookReview: Revisiting the Jazz Age – The Great Gatsby

First published in 1925, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s american novel, The Great Gatsby is claimed to be one of the best fictional pieces of its time. It traces the american society through tales of triumph and tragedy. It is a picturesque reflection of the society he was a part of, which was the Jazz Age, post… Keep Reading

Arts/Buzz/Conscious Ink

Inside a Fire Temple: All about the Parsi Community

“Hain kaun ye log, exactly?” One of the sweetest and warmest set of people you would find in the country currently, Parsis (inhabitants of Persia) are people from an Iranian descent who have found home in India since the eight century CE and settled first in the Sanjan village of Gujarat. Having entered as refugees to find… Keep Reading


All about the 2017 Man Booker Prize for Fiction

Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders is named winner of the 2017 Man Booker Prize for Fiction. Lincoln in the Bardo is the first full-length novel from George Saunders, internationally renowned short story writer. The 58-year-old New York resident, born in Texas, is the second American author to win the prize in its 49-year history. In a lengthy… Keep Reading

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Top 9 Places To Eat In Delhi’s Little Tibet – Majnu Ka Tila

Delhi’s Majnu Ka Tila : the smaller version of Himachal’s Dharamshala popularly called Little Tibet, set up in 1960, home to Tibetan refugees is one of the most famous hangout and shopping spots among college students, especially the North Campus DU students. With its lovely austere, homely aura, narrow winding streets with the colourful Tibetan… Keep Reading


Kali Puja : How Bengalis Do Diwali!

I believe that every Bengali goes through this extremely morose phase, called the ‘Post Durga Pooja Depression’ which makes the everyday life seem absolutely dull and meaningless. After the five days of sheer joy and excitement, we find the ‘real-world’ APPALLING! For us, all of us, the approaching festivities are the only thing that keeps… Keep Reading


5 Books That Can Be Made Into Bollywood Movies

With Bollywood films minting crores of rupees, they are not just selling stories, but mini-universes for the audience to carry with them long after the running time of the movies. In an age where originality is dying at the rate of number of remakes of a certain film being made, the need of the hour… Keep Reading

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Arts/DU Star/Interviews

From Gargi College to Hollywood: Meet Janvi Anand

Janvi Anand is an acoustic guitarist, singer, songwriter, composer, entrepreneur, and teacher currently based in Los Angeles. On May 11, 2017, she released her first music video for the song “The Girl on a Train” from her album Faces of Love released two months prior on March 11, 2017. University Express caught up with this… Keep Reading

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