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Arvind Kejriwal, “need to focus on content of education”

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said that the next step after improving government schools will be to focus on the content of education provided to children. Kejriwal said that while the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government had carried out “revolutionary changes” in government schools, there was still more to be done. Mr Kejriwal told the audience, which… Keep Reading


Cramming The Way Up

Thinking ability or memorising powers?  What tests a student’s merit in our country? The exams. Board exams, university exams or the professional course exams. The ticking clock of those three hours tends to decide our fate nowadays. But can those three hours test our education and our capabilities? No.  The only thing exams can test… Keep Reading

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Never Shut Up Kunal Kamra

In the age of apolitical stagnation that the youth has readily embraced, it is of course delightful to know that a stand up comedian has taken it upon himself to bring funny, political and sincere content to the table. It is something in between the satire that we see in other collectives like AIB  or… Keep Reading

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Brahmans = Tyrants?

I have always been a curious person. Indulging in discussions and debates has always triggered my excitement. While I’ve grown up debating professionally which refrained me from attacking my fellow debaters, if I’m told that I should call off a discussion because I’m a Brahman and (I) should not dictate terms to a Shudra (me… Keep Reading


Banned: Are condom ads too sexy?

The December 11 ban on condom ads between a specific time slot deeming them ‘inappropriate’ for a certain section of the receiving audience has triggered some immediate and strong reactions. Whether the ban is appropriate or not, while on one hand, has forced us to review our status quo in regard with sexual health and… Keep Reading

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IPCW Inaugurates Sanitary Napkins Vending Machine, Students Welcome The Step

Indraprastha College for Women(IPCW), on 11th September 2017, inaugurated its first Sanitary Pad Vending Machine in the college premises. It is a welcome move not just because it makes menstrual care more accessible to its students at a more affordable rate, but also because it normalizes menstruation, starting important conversations around it. The inauguration witnessed… Keep Reading


DUSU elections are not a holiday, celebration of long weekend can wait

February 28, 2017 (North Campus, Delhi University-DU):  Teachers and Students of DU, Jamia and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) university undertook a protest march condemning the violence at Ramjas College. The march commenced from Khalsa College concluded at the Arts Faculty, and had more than 600 people in attendance. Undoubtedly, the greatest show of solidarity. This was followed… Keep Reading

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