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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 Vimarsh poses with the iconic Vivekanand statue

November 1, 2019

Swami Vivekanand statue in the heart of Arts faculty, North Campus, University of Delhi has inspired the young minds of the University since its inception. The thoughts and vision of Vivekanand has always influenced the youth of India to serve with the resolve to keep nation first. The dedicated volunteers of Vimarsh_2k19 organised a Campus […]

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DUSU Election 2019: Polling for DUSU Elections will be held today

September 12, 2019

Delhi University’s prestigious DUSU Elections polling will be held today, 12 September 2K19. Over 1.3 lakh students are likely to cast their votes in 52 different polling centres. The results will be declared tomorrow, 13 September. For Voting Students must have College ID or admission Slip. Driving license, Aadhar Card, Pancard, Voters Card are also […]

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WHAT IS MY DUTY TO ACHIEVE #ZERO HUNGER BY 2030?

September 12, 2019

–Written By Neeraj Kumar Jain, BA LLB, First year, USLLS We as a civilization have reached a stage where we are living in the ultra age of internet which works faster than the jets, an age where billions of dollars are being spent to find out the mysterious happenings on Moon and Mars. Every country […]

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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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Key takeaway from ABVP’s ambitious press conference.

September 6, 2019

— Written By Mayank With an active participation from both students and their Union representatives, the elected representative from the ABVP highlights their achievements from the academic year 2018-2019. The student centric Akhil Vidhyarthi Parishad also laid down it’s objectives for the DUSU election 2019. ‘Mission Sahasi – Making the Fearless’ was organized to impart […]

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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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International Relations

September 4, 2019

— Written By Archi Aggarwal, University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIP University India is tipped to be the most growing economy in the world. Many countries have realized this and as a result, India’s relations with foreign countries have improved. For a growing economy, it is important to maintain good relations with other […]

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Vasudhaiva Kutumbkam

September 2, 2019

Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam is one of the most powerful phrases in Sanskrit which is the signifier of unity, peace and oneness. The phrase means that the world is one family. We all are familiar with this message in the Indian context that how being different from one and another, there lies an essence of shared essence […]

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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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FEMINISM IN INDIA-Voice of modern India

June 12, 2019

–Written By Sushant Dogra INTRODUCTION Feminism is a 20th century revolutionary concept that has evolved as a movement over the years. The core idea that this idea represents is the emancipation and liberation of women from traditional social rigidities and suggest the idea of change and transformation in the same direction. Femenists are often misconstrued […]

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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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