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Day: January 15, 2018

Law Faculty & Lawlessness: An ironic bond that only gets stronger

It has been more than a year for the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi to be witnessing incidents showing utter disregard for law and order within the campus. The faculty was found to be in the news for wrong reasons for the first time in recent years when the Bar Council of India cancelled…

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Youth and Imperatives for Adults

  (This article is by Professor Amita Singh) ‘Youth’ is a fairly sensitive period and often misunderstood as either ‘still a child’ or ‘big enough as an adult’.Nothing explains it better than the quote ‘Youth is a religion from which one always ends up being converted’.Yet very few adults know how this fragile package is…

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युवा शक्ति के दायित्व के प्रति उदासीनता

स्वामी विवेकानंद, एक ऐसा नाम जिसे भारत और हिंदुत्व को पहली बार विश्व पटल पर स्थापित करने का श्रेय दिया जाता है, जिसने गुलाम भारत की सपेरों और तांत्रिकों वाली छवि को अपने ओजस्वी व्यक्तित्व तले दबा दिया और जो आज तक युवाओं के लिए उत्कृष्ट प्रेरणास्रोत है। केवल 39 वर्ष की युवावस्था में परम…

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Nehru and Bose: Parallel Lives

Nehru and Bose: Parallel lives is an unique book for there has rarely been such an extensive comparative analysis between the two personalities who dominated the national scene and politics of congress for almost two decades starting from the 1920s till 1940s. What strikes you the most while reading the book is the author’s lack…

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“Love Story of a Revolutionary- The Tale of Bose”

There is a common belief amongst the literateurs that fiction and reality are two different things. There is a belief that romanticism and revolution, devotion and debacle, reverence and revolt never go hand in hand. They exist at the extreme ends of the spectrum. Romanticism is filled with dreams and high flight of imagination. Whereas…

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