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Wildlife Photography

June 23, 2019

–Written By Adee Singh About The Bird SpeciesThe painted stork (Mycteria leucocephala) is a large wader in the stork family. Their distinctive pink tertial feathers of the adults give them their name. It is found in the wetlands of the plains of tropical Asia south of the Himalayas in the Indian Subcontinent and extending into Southeast Asia. They nest colonially in trees, often along with other waterbirds. The only sounds they produce […]

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विश्व कप के दिग्गज

June 23, 2019

–Written By Vikas विश्व कप 2019 की शुरुआत हो चुकी है | टूर्नामेंट का पहला मुकाबला मेजबान इंग्लैंड और दक्षिण अफ्रीका के बीच खेला गया| तो दोस्तों विश्व कप देखने से पहले हमारे मन में ये ख्याल तो जरूर आता होगा की कौन सा ऐसा गेंदबाज़ होगा जिसने अब तक सबसे ज्यादा विकेट लिए होंगे […]

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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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DELHI- IT’S TIME TO TAKE A CALL, VOTE ONE, VOTE ALL

May 5, 2019

While all 52 Sundays of a year are special, the next one, May 12, is much more so for Delhiites. It is the day when Delhi gets to decide who are the chosen 7, whom it sends to legislate on its behalf to the Loksabha. For those of you who are not in the know- […]

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NMO HEALTH THINK TANK

April 3, 2019

From Brain Storming to Nation Transforming National Medicos Organisation (NMO) has always believed that action and service on the ground speak louder than words. So, when 43 chosen delegates and speakers from all over the nation received invites to participate in the first ever ‘Health Think Tank’ to be held at Deen Dayal Shodh Sansthan, […]

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Culture in a Nutshell

March 13, 2019

 –BY SHASHANK SHEKHARBA(JMC) STUDENT, VIPS Coming from “The Gateway of The Thar Dessert”, Churu a village in Rajasthan, Om Prakash carries on his family legacy and culture of miniature wood sculptor. Om Prakash creates miniature almond shells, dry seed shells and hand-fans of pure Rosewood, which might look ordinary but as you can see in […]

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Must try winter delicacies in Delhi’s street

February 5, 2019

Dilwalon ki Dilli is well known for its lip smaking street food and in the winter months we would see some extra special treats on Delhi’s streets. Most of us would agree that during our childhood days, daily rounds of moongphali wallas marked the arrival of winter season. We would have rushed to them to […]

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Uri- The Surgical Strike: Movie Review

February 5, 2019

— Written By Akhil SaxenaCampus Law Center, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi Uri was released on 11th January 2019, starring Vicky Kaushal, Yami Gautam, Paresh Rawal and other famous Bollywood stars. In the troubled times when hypernationalism has engulfed our nation and elections are forthcoming, the situation couldn’t be more apt to showcase a […]

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TROTTING THOUGHTS- VISIT TO STATUE OF UNITY

January 31, 2019

Amidst the hustle and bustle of preparing for the impending final MBBS exams, one thing to look forward to was the short break between the end of exams and beginning of internship. After much brainstorming, my cousins’ family and ours, had zeroed onto the Rannutsav as the destination for a short trip during that break. […]

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पुनःउठता देश राग

January 28, 2019

“तुझपे कोई ग़म की आंच आने नहीं दूँ ,कुर्बान मेरी जान तुझपे शाद रहे तू ….ऐ वतन …मेरे वतन …” आजकल हर किसी जुबान और whatsapp स्टेटस पर यह गाना सुन ने को मिल ही जाता है,देशभक्ति से जुडी फिल्में बनाने का प्रचलन बढ़ने के साथ देशभक्ति के गानों का दौर फिर लौट कर आ […]

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A Secular State’s Pilgrimage

January 26, 2019

Kumbh Mela as a History of Managing Faith — Written By Aditi GuptaStudent at DU, pursuing Masters in Political Science In Prayag, Allahabad for modern India, it’s the biggest show on earth, conceived by Hinduism’s antique memory, co-scripted by mythology, history and tradition, and enacted by keepers of wisdom and seekers of moksha. It’s the […]

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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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