Author: Campus Chronicle

YUVA’s debut magazine Campus Chronicle is a first of its kind, and holds the uniqueness of being an entirely student-run monthly magazine.

मानव जनसंख्या : पर्यावरण पर उसका प्रभाव

December 18, 2019

–Written By Digvijay Thakur हमारे आसपास की प्रत्येक वस्तु जड़, चेतन और प्राणी, हमारा रहन-सहन, खान-पान, सभी कुछ पर्यावरण का ही भाग है। विज्ञान के अनुसार कहें तो, चारों ओर की भूमि, जल, वायु और इसके ऊपर नीचे के सभी सजीव और निर्जीव सब पदार्थ मिलाकर बायोस्फीयर अर्थात जीवमंडल माना जाता है। जीवमंडल और मानव […]

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The Pacifists need to Shut up

December 18, 2019

–Written by Anhad Jakhmola George Friedman, while addressing a group of students spoke about how war is always a part of human civilizational history and no such century has been without one. Very mildly but with a tinge of salt, he spoke about the original uses and ideas of various parts of the mobile phones […]

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साम्प्रदायिता कि चपेट में विश्विद्यालय

December 18, 2019

राज्य सभा में नागरिकता (संशोधन) विधेयक  2019 के पारित होने से व्यापक असंतोष देखा जा रहा है। देश के अलग-अलग हिस्सों में विरोध प्रदर्शन हो रहें हैं, कुछ शांतिपूर्ण और कुछ उपद्रवी। ऐसा ही एक विरोध प्रदर्शन नई दिल्ली के जामिया मिलिया इस्लामिया विश्विद्यालय में शुरू किया गया। पूरा परिसर “अज़ादी” के नारे से गूँज […]

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Jamians and CAB: The alternate perspective

December 15, 2019

–Written By Rahul Kaul Vakil The passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 in the Rajya Sabha saw widespread dissent. Different parts of the country saw protests, some peaceful and the others not so much. One such protest was initiated at Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi. The entire campus was pierced by the cries for […]

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A terrible tale of Jamia Millia Violencia.

December 14, 2019

Today is a day unlikely to be ever erased from my memory. It was the first time I found myself in the middle of a full-fledged riot and experienced fear. Blood curdling fear. I had just finished my studies in the library for my semester exams. A crowd of around 300 outside miscreants disguised as […]

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Hidden agenda anti-nationalist elements on the name of welfare and protection of human rights

November 18, 2019

“It would do a great deal of good to the present generation if they went through Swami Vivekananda writings and speech”, these thoughts were delivered by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India in 1949 during his speech in Ramakrishna Paramhansa’s 114th birthday celebration program in Ramakrishna Mission, New Delhi. Swami Vivekananda empowered […]

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YUVA announces dates for its most awaiting annual conclave Vimarsh’19

October 14, 2019

The Campus Chronicle is thrilled to announce that the registration for YUVA’s flagship event- Vimarsh’19 Edition 4.0., to be held on November 2-3-4, 2019, is now open.  It is the three-day annual conclave of YUVA along with Campus Chronicle as its media partner. The conclave draws hundreds of students and intellectuals from all over the […]

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HOW TO TRANSFORM WOMEN’S LIFE IN RURAL, TRIBAL AND SLUM AREAS?

September 22, 2019

–Written By Neeraj Kumar Jain BA LLB 1st Year USLLS Kaplana Chawla and Sunita Williams may travel in space, Pratibha Patil may be the President of India, and Mary Kom may be the World Champion. Yes, these women in the country are making wonders. But like the Seven Wonders of the World, these women-wonders may […]

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International Relations

September 22, 2019

–Written by Kajal Ranjna BALLB 1st year From a realistic view of the international system: power is the measure of all things, and it is power that grants the hierarchy in it, the unchanging nature of international relations from its origins has been the quest for power, richness and prestige of the main geopolitical units […]

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Peace- a myth in the valley of Kashmir?

September 21, 2019

–Written By Akhil Saxena Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi The people were living their not so normal lives, the valley bore a zestful look, streets were being flooded with tourists and pilgrims were being the torchbearers of employment for the youth. The valley had just recouped from a sudden dismissal of the government and […]

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Climate change

September 21, 2019

–Written By Archi Aggarwal, BBA LLB, First year ‘’Climate change is no longer some far-off problem;it is happening here, it is happening now’’ Climate is inherently variable. It changes from place to place and it varies with time. The world is now facing it’s most complex and serious issue in the form of climate change. […]

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Is your sunscreen doing more harm than good?

September 21, 2019

–Written by Shreiyashi Panjla BBA LLB The earth’s atmosphere, blocks the harmful UV radiations of the sun, but most of it penetrates through it. The pronounced issue of the ozone layer depletion, moreover adds to the further thinning of our atmosphere’s natural protection from the sun’s harmful UV radiation. Which can cause redness, ageing, wrinkling […]

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