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Activism: The key to ensure survival of Democracy. Its necessary.

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Facebook- Driving Us Into Depression?

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US Warms Up To NaMo

By Amartya Prasad It seems like yesterday that the US refused the Gujarat Chief Minister and formidable PM candidate, Narendra Modi a Visa and severed...

Jai Ho!

By Anushka Salman khan is back with a bang with another one of his movies that stir up the imagination of the people and provide...

How Fair Is Fair

By Nikita Rana Companies like fair & lovely can’t sell us such useless products unless we reject our own skin. Few days back, I came across...

The Thirteen Fuchas Of Our Class

By Nikita Rana No doubt, the backdrop of college-classrooms and that of school position themselves at two opposite poles. The school uniform that we hated,...

NEW BEGINNINGS!

By Ayesha Kumar Eye-liner? Check. Lip balm? Check. Perfect hair? Check. A last look in the mirror and off I went to start an altogether...

‘THEM’ OR ‘WE’?

By Chirali Sharma Disclaimer-I don’t' mean to offend anyone, and if anyone is disturbed by this topic, please, do not read ahead. The recent events concerning...

The Strong Influence of Social Media on Politics

By Mahak In Today’s day and age no one is truly alone. The line between being alone and together has faded more and more over...

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By Rhea Yadav It's highly unlikely that you haven't come across or heard of the latest Tanishq advertisement on television. And the popular public opinion...

AK, you broke our hearts

By Samiksha Agarwal Kejriwal, you broke our hearts and that too on Valentine’s Day!! Really, you resigned?? You might give us several reasons behind doing this...

Food Security Bill: For real or another gimmick?

By Surangya Kaur The Indian National Food Security Act, 2013 (also Right to Food Act), was signed into law September 12, 2013, retroactive to July 5, 2013. This law aims...

NOT OVER YET

By  Chirali Sharma     I was discussing this with my friends a few days ago, about our upcoming farewell and how fast time flies. It seemed...

Raise your voice! And it shall be suppressed till death

By Sonali Wadhwa India is a democratic country ! It gained independence in 1947 and became republic in 1950. According to our constitution, we have freedom...

Prostitution; it’s not at all a matter of choice

By Neetu Suthar I was born innocent I wanted to live as an immortal Scent But some gourmands fade away this thought I am named as a prostitute  I am...

A letter to Mr. Kejriwal

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Microsoft Gets An Indian Boss

By Suhani Gupta Many companies desire to change the world, but very few truly succeed. Microsoft, with an abundance of talent, resources and perseverance is one...

Young: The Crusaders of Change

By Aakriti Chowdhary From Jawahar Lal Nehru to Bhagat Singh, history teaches us the radical feature of any society is its young and energetic. Major...

A Realm So Strong and Ungoverned – The Age of the Internet

By Bhavya There are those days when I spend good two to three hours just going through whatever 9gag or 4chan or those pages on...

The Perspective Syndrome

By Roop Kunwar Singh We have been taught that history is loaded with the tales of unsung heroes. Those men and women who let their...

Theatrical Democracy – Perspective of a Frustrated Indian

By Bhavya Criticising or celebrating someone is something I must not do, as a young adult who is still building her opinions; my opinions are...

The Narrative of the Irresponsible – the Politics of History, its Distortion, and Propaganda

By Bhavya I have been hearing about interpretations of truths, multiple truths, and the way they affect the process of recording events, causes and consequences,...

Racism:A Grievous Blow To The Intellect

By Mallika Sarna We continue to live in a world where humanity has diminished to the extent where individuals have become callous and look at...

Color – Does it determine who we are?

By Mahak Walking back to home from college when I showed one of my guy friends a girl I found pretty, all that he said...

Civic sense: blame yourself not the government

By Shreya Do you really enjoy driving to work every day? What is it that puts you off: the actual drive or the utter lack...

Being a woman in India

By Shreya 16 December 2012 has been marked as black day in Indian history, when a 23 year old paramedical student, Jyoti Singh was gangraped...

“Hinduism is the most peaceful and tolerant religion”, is it really?

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Telangana: Of politics and food

By Abhilasha Perhaps the most commonly heard term on most news channels and most frequently contested issue on all debates: Telangana. There are innumerable controversies...

Revolutionizing India- Youth empowerment

By Sonali Wadhwa “Come one Come all”, “God helps those who help themselves” , “ Nobody can do everything, but everybody can do something ”...

In race of being a racist

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Congress’ Most trusted Comrade at Namo’s jump-off point

By Roop Kunwar Singh February 6, 2013, SRCC’s annual management festival- This date and place marked the beginning of a wave which has been consuming...

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