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What Ruined Independence Day’s Charm For Me.

As a child, Independence Day was one of my favourite holidays. Not just because it was a non-school day, but because I really liked celebrating it. It was a non-negotiable family day. Getting up early for the Prime Minister’s speech and the extra special heavy breakfast was cermonial. The day was incomplete without Kite-flying and Patriotic Movies… 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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Hindu College students promote the cultural history of Assam

Project Buranji is a social initiative launched by students of Hindu College to bring the rich and vibrant cultural history of Assam to the forefront. The Assamese word “Buranji” refers to a class of historical chronicles which were written initially in the Ahom reign and afterwards in Assamese language. Project Buranji as a concept came… Keep Reading

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Meet the Karigars and hear their story!

India today has about 60000 individuals working on 1000 different types of craft. Every state, district and province of the country has an art form or craft that is unique to it and often takes large amount of time, effort and details into its creation. At one point, India was known for its handicraft and… Keep Reading

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