Socio Political Discourse

The Criminal Electorals and their silent attack on democracy!

June 12, 2019

–Written By Shreya Mishra  Quoting John Maxwell, “Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another”. Therefore, we can say that a political leader has an influencing capability and that’s why it’s also said the leaders should have a clean character. India being the largest democracy in the world […]

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The Gandhi who made a Mahatma: Pivotal contribution of Kasturba Gandhi in the Indian Independence Movement.

April 11, 2019

The nation celebrates the 150th Birth Anniversary year of Mahatma Gandhi. Almost every tableau in the 2019 Republic day parade had the effigy of Mohandas Gandhi in order to pay tributes to this soul, who in his tangential form, guided the Indian independence struggle and in its subtle form continues to guide the conscience of […]

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Message of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University Students on General Elections.

March 30, 2019

— Written By Anjali MathurAUDEconomics department It is not easy to rule a vast country like India for 5 years and change everything. Modi government took many initiative forshaping the future of India. In this process some of the initiative didn’t work and that’s okay. We can’t expect him to be perfect. Good or bad […]

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Media Maniac: Coverage of Pulwama and Balakot

March 23, 2019

— Written ByProf. Charu Lata SinghDean, Vivekananda School of Journalism and Mass CommunicationVIPS Media : the fourth pillar of democracy, that too of the largest democracy of the world needs to act andbehave with maturity. It should be voice of the people rather than the voice of few .The recent national events put people’s trust […]

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Is 2019 really the ‘Gandhi Year’?

March 23, 2019

While launching the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan or addressing country at the Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi since the beginning of his tenure has made sure that the ideas of Mahatma Gandhi will be celebrated in a grandees fashion throughout 2019, the year of the 150th birth anniversary of the freedom fighter. The same intent […]

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The Valley Unrest!

February 26, 2019

The Kashmir conundrum is probably one of the most exasperating and solution- resistant squabbles in the contemporary world. Kashmir is riddled with portentous and worrisome aspects of international border problems, ethnic miscreants, ISI trepidation, national quandaries- indoctrinated to spread hate and violence. It was only the invasion by Pak soldiers disguised as tribals of 1947, […]

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Pulwama: An another terrorist trade against our living soil!

February 15, 2019

In an inhumane IED attack by terrorist intruders (Pakistan backed terror- organisation Jaish-E- Mohammad) at Awantipora in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district, at least 44 CRPF Jawans are believed to have lost their lives. The enemy is not across the border wearing military fatigues. Pakistan was not created by an infuriating invading army but it […]

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70th republic day and Gandhi

February 5, 2019

As we observe bapu’s  150th birth anniversary this year, Nation paid a grand tribute to Gandhi  ji on Republic day with 22 tableaux in the republic day parade portraying his works, struggles and phases of life followed by a series of dance performances by school kids preaching Gandhi’s messages. Presence of south African president on […]

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CPEC: A Conspiracy in Neighborhood.

January 26, 2019

— Written By RITESH KUMARUSCT, B.Tech (CT), FIRST YEAR CPEC ( (CHINA PAKISTAN ECONOMIC CORRIDOR) is a corridor which is being established by china in between China’s western part i.e KASHGAR (XINJIANG PROVINCE) to Pakistan’s eastern part GOWADAR which is about 300km long. This corridor also passes by POK (which belongs to India, de-jure)  and the overall construction […]

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These two cinematic reflections of Shivaji can introduce a new thought process of ‘Swarajya’

January 25, 2019

For the Indian cinema, the upcoming year already seems full of periodical dramas and biopics. Until now, over 10 films including ‘NTR’, ‘Manikarnika’, ‘Panipat’, ‘Thackeray’, ‘Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy’, etc. are reportedly to be released this year. Two of these are already being forecasted as the blockbuster of the year, namely ‘Manikarnika’ and ‘Thackeray’. Both […]

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“कूड़ा बीनने वाले से मेयर बनने तक के अंत्योदय की बेमिसाल कहानी”

January 21, 2019

मेयर तो बहुत है, लेकिन यह मेयर खास है, इस मेयर कि कहानी समाज को एक प्रेरणा प्रदान करती है। इनका नाम है – राजेश कालिया, जो अभी-अभी चंडीगढ़ के मेयर बने हैंl  राजेश कालिया बहुत ही गरीब परिवार से आते हैं। इतने गरीब कि अपना जीवन चलाने के लिए बचपन में कचरा और कूडा […]

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Sabarimala to Kamakhaya – decoding the communist narrative

January 19, 2019

Faith and belief are two nerves of India which can make the impossible possible.  Hundreds of arrest, thousands of protest and millions of prayer to save Sabarimala is a clear reflection of this fact. Let us try to decode the wrong narrative which is desecrating India’s diversity. Located on the Nilachal hill in the capital […]

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