Author: Mayank Gautam

Graduate in Politicial Science from University of Delhi and pursuing Bachelors in Law from Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. Always open to rock music and deep talks.

Karna : The anti-hero we need

October 31, 2018

What comes to your head when you hear the word Mahabharata? War, Weapons, chariot, bows- arrows, Arjuna, Krishna, or maybe Geeta. Well, whatever your idea may be of Mahabharata, one thing you certainly can’t ignore is this mythical being Karna. It would not be unfair to say that Karna was perhaps the unluckiest dude who […]

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The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka

October 27, 2018

Die Verwandlung popularly known as The Metamorphosis is a classic Kafka Originals. Franz Kafka, the German-language novelist, and short story writer is considered as one of the most influential wordsmith of the early twentieth century. The Metamorphosis by this weird literary Genius is an account of the traveling salesman (Gregor Samsa) who wakes up one […]

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A city named New Delhi!

October 3, 2018

The name is new, But her fame is old,  Burning so bright, with a heart so cold! Baited by bad, rated by mad, Dreaming in red and dated by sad. Wearing her heart on her sleeve, Always exhausted but never on leave. Loved by Prince , and chased by Lord, Reeling you out and then […]

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September 22, 2018

Snap! 21st Century is running wild, Smart-phones and Cheap Electronics are the coolest trends and the Asian nation of China happens to be the latest trendsetter. In a World tired of Uncle Sam’s lame tricks, China appears to be the newest flag-bearer of the glorious scheme of Industrialization. The Communist Party of China, the party […]

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राहुल सांकृत्यायन : महापंडित मुसाफ़िर

September 14, 2018

9 अप्रैल,1893 को आजमगढ़ के पन्दहा नामक छोटे से गांव में जन्मे राहुल सांस्कृत्यायन को हिंदी यात्रा वृत्तांत के पितामह के रूप में याद किया जाता है | अपने मूल नाम केदारनाथ पांडेय को त्याग कर इन्होने अपनी गोत्र सांस्कृत्य द्वारा पहचाना जाना ज़ादा उचित समझा | 4 भाइयों और एक बहिन में जयेष्ठ हिंदी […]

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DUSU Elections: What do manifestos of student organisations say?

September 11, 2018

The nationwide hyped Student Union Elections of Delhi University (commonly known as DUSU) will be conducted on 12 th of September, 2018. In order to establish their supremacy in this country’s greatest student elections, all the candidates and their respective student organizations have released their own manifesto which has made great efforts to woo the […]

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ILLITTERING : The dark side of DUSU Elections

September 9, 2018

With the onset of the month of September and the much-hyped DUSU elections around the corner, the nation-wide reputed Delhi University campuses are bustling with politics and all sorts of activities essential in this 21st century’s ultra-modern process of electioneering. Already infamous for all the pomp and extravagant display of money and muscle power, the […]

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FAKE NEWS: Dealing with this Modern Dilemma

August 30, 2018

The demon of Mob Lynching followed by the circulation of Fake News over Whatsapp and other Social Media Platforms has claimed about 20 lives over the last few months. India, with an active user base of about 200 million is Whatsapp’s largest market and the complications for this social media giant have only been on […]

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8 weekend getaways near Delhi for backpacker buddies

August 27, 2018

Are you that kind of person who feels more alive when embraced by nature?  Do rivers and mountains sets your soul on fire? You feel more connected when you’re lost in the wild? Well, great because I feel the same, Travelling is something which really makes me cherish this amazing world. I know many of […]

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The Evolution of Creamy Layer and it’s aftermath

April 14, 2018

The Indian Political System and Social Order is filled with instances, where the judiciary has evolved certain distinct concepts and principles to counter the challenges emerging with this dynamic society. In Indian Political Scene, ‘Creamy Layer’ is used in reference to the relatively forward and better educated members of the Other Backward Classes (OBCs). The […]

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