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Dear Muslim Women, let’s break menstrual prejudices this Eid

Ramadaan (or Ramzan) is considered to be the month of exceptional blessings. Muslims around the world fast from dawn till dusk and observe the obligatory taqwa (a path that leads towards Allah) during this month. With festivities in full swing, Muslims all over are gearing up for Eid as the month of Ramzan is reaching closure. As happy as the… Keep Reading


Are we living in a Post-Truth world?

The oxford word of the year 2016 was “Post Truth” which means “Relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.” Knowingly or unknowingly this word has many implications in our life. It won’t be wrong if I assert that we… Keep Reading


My tryst with Student Politics.

I realized Student Politics does reach an unprecedented level at Delhi University. The commencement of the session meant that an inquisitive and perhaps impressionable crowd of freshers still finding their feet and undergoing the transition from school to college were being attracted towards the buzzword-in-chief phenomenon: GAINING EXPOSURE! This is where unpaid internships and student… Keep Reading

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When DU Students Turn Answer Sheets Into Personal Diaries

Recently, reports of how students from Delhi University’s School of Open Learning had narrated their personal problems in answer sheets surfaced in mainstream media. This was very soon followed by reports that the students enrolled in regular courses have also scribbled their personal rants and even offered bribe to the professors evaluating their answers. In… Keep Reading

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Why Falling In Love With Miranda House was Easy!

“A thing of beauty is a joy forever: Its loveliness increases; it will never pass into nothingness” -John Keats Two years back I overlooked a couple of co-ed colleges for this place called Miranda House. A walk around the beautiful campus, a plate of honey chilly potato from the canteen, and a talk with a few staff… Keep Reading

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How To Spend your Summer Break Productively: 101

If you’re the one for whom boredom has inevitably set in this summer break, fret not! Here are a few ways you can spend your time more productively than staring at your screen right now. Make a Journey Travelling is an exciting way to grow and learn, both as a student and as a person.… Keep Reading


India-Pakistan, the rivalry lives on!

Call it a fierce rivalry or a hyped phenomenon. But Sunday’s India-Pakistan encounter at Edgbaston would see two nations worth a population of greater than a 2 billion, persuading their Allah, Bhagwan, and Jesus. All for what Wasim Akram stated in the Kapil Sharma show “Kuch bhi ho jaaye inse, India se nahi haarna hai!”… Keep Reading


Internships: Big Players or Small Players?

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re college-age and looking for a summer spot. Understandably so, because internships are a great way for utilising your skills and apply some of what you’re learning. The leading draw is to learn and gain genuine work experience, whether it is in your field or outside of it. In… Keep Reading

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