Philosophy

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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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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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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The Pacifists need to shut up.

September 21, 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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Is Utopia a Hopeful Dream or Hopeless Fantasy

September 16, 2019

–Written By Snehal Asthana BA(LLB)(H), Second Year USLLS, GGSIPU “I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing.” These were the words said by Plato in his book Republic, where it can be inferred that the world is full of imperfections and the most imperfect element of […]

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मैंने जीवन को बदलते देखा है…

September 16, 2019

–Written By अमीषा दुबे जीवन मैंने बदलते देखा है,खुदको मैंने संभलते देखा है।  खिल – खिलाता वो सूरज,हर शाम मैंने ढलते देखा है। लोगों को आते जाते देखा है,कुछ को साथ निभाते देखा है।  मुसीबतों में लाचारी देखी है,हर रोग, हर बीमारी देखी है। अटूट रिश्ते मायूब देखें हैं,अजनबियों की दिलदारी देखी हैं। खुदको बेचारी […]

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HINDI, MORE THAN JUST A LANGUAGE!!!

September 14, 2019

–Written By Raghav Agarwal,1st year BBA LLB जन-जन की भाषा है हिंदीभारत की आशा है हिंदी……जिसने पूरे देश को जोड़े रखा हैवो मजबूत धागा है हिंद ……हिन्दुस्तान की गौरवगाथा है हिंदीएकता की अनुपम परम्परा है हिंदी…जिसके बिना हिन्द थम जाएऐसी जीवनरेखा है हिंदी…जिसने काल को जीत लिया हैऐसी कालजयी भाषा है हिंदी…सरल शब्दों में कहा […]

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REVIVAL OF POLITICAL THEORY

September 12, 2019

–Written By Amisha Dubey BA LLB In the 1930s, political theory began studying the history of ideas with the purpose of defending liberal democratic theory in opposition to the totalitarian tenets of communism, fascism and nazism. Lasswell tried to establish a scientific political theory with the eventual purpose of controlling human behaviour, furthering the aims […]

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CLIMATE CHANGE: OUR ULTIMATE STEP TO OUR OWN EXTINCTION?

September 12, 2019

— Written By Raghav Agarwal BBA LLB First Year, USLLS, GGSIPU. We all remember getting official day offs from school due to rain, something which we used to call as ‘rainy day’. We got holidays on those particular days because it rained on those days, right. So, accordingly in North India, as it is rainy […]

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पांच “पी” के साथ विद्यार्थी परिषद ने अपना घोषणा पत्र जारी किया

September 10, 2019

–Written By अर्जुन खजूरिया बीटेक छात्र उधमपुर, जम्मू कश्मीर दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय छात्र संघ चुनाव के नजदीक आते ही सभी छात्र संगठन अपनी अपनी तैयारियों के साथ चुनावी मैदान में उतर चुके हैं इसी कड़ी में अखिल भारतीय विद्यार्थी परिषद ने भी अपना घोषणा पत्र जारी कर दिया है । इस बार विद्यार्थी परिषद पांच ‘पी’ […]

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कम्प्यूटर युग व इनसे बदलाव की जरूरत

September 7, 2019

–Written By Arun Mishra आज से 5 या 10 साल पहले ऐसी कोई ऐसी जगह नहीं होती थी जहाँ एसटीडी-पीसीओ ना हो। पहले जगह-जगह पीसीओ हुआ करते थे । फिर जब सब की जेब में मोबाइल फोन आ गया, तो धीरे धीरे एसटीडी-पीसीओ बंद होने लगे। फिर उन सब पीसीओ वाले दुकानदारों ने फोन का […]

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The Big Bank Theory
(Decoding merger of banks )

September 4, 2019

Half a century after the nationalization of banks, the central government announced the merger of 10 public sector banks with 4 large entities or lenders. This will bring down the total number of banks to 12 from 27. Under the plan, Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India will be merged with Syndicate […]

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