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आत्मनिर्भर और सोशल मिडिया….

July 16, 2020

पिछले दिनों गलवान मामले के बाद भारत ने चीन के 59 एप्स को बैन कर दिया। इसे चीन के ऊपर एक आर्थिक सर्जिकल स्ट्राईक के रूप मे देखा जा रहा है। जैसे ही भारत ने ये सर्जिकल स्ट्राईक किया उसके बाद से अमेरिका जैसी महाशक्ति भी इन एप्स पर प्रतिबन्ध लगाने को सोच रही है। […]

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Message from UP to pseudo-intellectuals and cosmetic-liberals on UP’s encounter cases

July 15, 2020

The cosmetic liberals are widely seen to be unequivocal in their demand for the rule of law in UP, and for this they have already filed at least 4 PILs in Supreme Court, alleging foul play in Vikas Dubey’s encounter.  Notwithstanding their romance with criminals, the day is not far when we will see protests […]

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Last date for Online Application forms for UGC-NET, ICAR, JNU extended

June 3, 2020

Monday, 1st June 2020 : In view of various requests received from the students and various hardships faced by them due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has extended the last dates for submissions of Online Application forms for UGC-NET, ICAR, JNU Entrance  Test and other examinations which are conducted by the […]

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“South Korean Model : Global Hope against Covid-19”

May 10, 2020

–Written By Apoorv Mishra South Korea is being applauded by the whole world for its successful fight in containing the Corona Virus. It was having a bigger escalation than Italy in terms of daily rise in cases, with around 950 new cases reported on a single day. Since then, their government took a series of […]

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A report on: Where did WHO fail?

May 10, 2020

–Written By Apoorv Mishra World Health Organization derives extraordinary powers from International Health Regulations(IHR) which were amended in 2005 and are aimed at handling the pandemics. However, WHO couldn’t utilize these powers and its negligence costed the world dearly.  First, it grants the power to WHO to act on non-state sources of information and question […]

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Campus Chronicle APPEALS – CONTRIBUTE TO COVID-19 RELIEF FUNDS

April 3, 2020

India is now evidently facing the global pandemic Novel Corona Virus Disease and nothing is left to be talked about its intensity and effects. In fact, since last couple of days, many honorable recognized actors, businessmen, players have come ahead to aid the government support and relief system. And one of the hot topics on […]

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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 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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