Author: Amullaya Gupta

Amullaya is a 1st year student in Delhi University's Zakir Hussain College. He hails from Jammu and Kashmir. His great grandfather was martyred on 11th November 1947 by the Kabaili Forces and rebels from Maharaja Hari Singh Army. A patriot, Avid reader and a budding writer, he has a firm grip on the issues related to Jammu and Kashmir.

High calls for the students, academicians and scholars amid JNU, Jamia violence

January 6, 2020

“Strange but true that the advocates of the tolerance in their conduct have been intolerant enough to tolerate Vivekanand’s statue in JNU. The defacement of his statue was the last nail in the coffin of red terror. A candle flickers brightest just before it goes out. The recent violence and hampering of admission process in […]

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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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ABVP list of shortlisted candidates

September 2, 2019

DU is one of the most prestigious and highly accorded universities in India. The Delhi University Student Union Elections are held ever year with ABVP and NSUI being the two arch-rivals. Students participate in the election with full Zeal and Enthusiasm. On Friday, 30 August 2019, ABVP shortlisted seven candidates out of the previous 10, […]

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Imagining Netaji, Savarkar, Gandhi and Bhagat Singh discussing 21st century India

August 23, 2019

The article “Imagining Subash Chandra Bose, Veer Savarkar, Mahatma Gandhi and Bhagat Singh conversation on 21st century India” is a hypothetical article based on the recent misconduct of desecrating the idol of Netaji, Savarkar and Bhagat Singh by student-wing of Congress- NSUI in the premises of Delhi University. Netaji Bose: We dreamt of a happy, […]

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Zakir Husain College (Evening) Administrative Breakdown, Says No to Farewell

April 24, 2019

Zakir Hussain evening college of Delhi University has become a major centre of political and student activism since the administration has repeatedly shown narrow and biased mindset. Recently, administration denied farewell programme for BA(Prog) society in the college. They also refused to entertain questions marked by students. Student have also raised questions on the utilisation […]

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MANTRA-2019 : The Annual Fest of Sanskrit Department, DRC

March 4, 2019

सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिनः, सर्वे सन्तु निरामयाः।सर्वे भद्राणि पश्यन्तु, मा कश्चित् दुःख भाग्भवेत्॥ SHREYAS, The Sanskrit Department of Daulat Ram College is going to organise its annual cultural fest MANTRA 2019 for the very first time. Time- 9:30 A.M.Date- 5th of MarchVenue- SEMINAR HALLREGISTER AT: A number of competitions will be held during the fest. Winners […]

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No war, More War- The inevitable war with Pakistan

March 2, 2019

Bleed India through thousand cuts has been the key policy of the Pakistan against India from a considerable period of time. Since the crushing defeat of Pakistan in 1949, 1965, 1971 and 1999, the policy makers of Pakistan have understood that defeating Indian in a war is not their cup of tea and a coward […]

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How to crack DU LLB exam 2019?

February 5, 2019

Law is applicable in almost all the walks of life and thus cover a wide area under its course. Delhi University is believed to have one of the finest Law faculty. BA LLB degree from DU is also regarded as most prestigious law degree. Thousands of student appear for DU LLB exam every year and […]

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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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Cold War: Democracy VS Separatism in J&K

September 29, 2018

The entire state of J&K has been gripped with election fervour amid Urban local body elections. The non-seriousness of past government to conduct local bodies election created a democratic vacuum at the grass root level in the state. However, the fierce stand of BJP led NDA government to conduct elections on the fixed dates in […]

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Khudiram Bose- The young fearless martyr who died with smile on his face

August 11, 2018

On 11 August 1908, a brave Indian boy who was just 18 years old, sacrificed his last breath for the independence of the nation and emerged as pioneer for the future revolutionary uprisings against the dictatorial and blood thirsty British government. On 13th June, he was sentenced death penalty by judge Corndoff. With no fear, […]

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मां शब्द एक अर्थ अनेक

May 13, 2018

मां शब्द एक अर्थ अनेक। मां शब्द एक अर्थ अनेक तेरी ममता ,मेरी क्षमता । तेरी प्रेरणा ,मेरी वीरता । मेरी जीत ,तेरी प्रेरणा । मेरी मंज़िल ,तेरी दुआ। मां शब्द एक अर्थ अनेक तेरा आंचल ,मेरी दुनिया। मेरी दुनिया ,तेरी खुशियां। मां शब्द एक अर्थ अनेक मन्नत तेरी ,जन्नत मेरी। चहा मेरी ,प्रार्थना तेरी। […]

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