National & World

The Other Side of Economy and Politics

October 8, 2014 Guest 0

Every coin has two faces – heads and tails. Every coin earned therefore has two faces. Every foreign coin earned in return translates into economic growth. Therefore, ergo, the economy has two faces – the

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Religion… the fault in our issues

July 24, 2014 Vyom Agarwal 0

As soon as I switched on my television during the lunch break, I came to know about today’s breaking news, “Sena MPs ‘force’ fasting muslim staffer to eat chapati“,”Sena MPs ‘force’ Muslim worker to break

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Delhi Blues

February 16, 2014 Guest 1

So finally it happened! The government that was formed by AAP under the leadership of Mr Arvind Kejriwal finally saw its end on Thursday. And nobody expected it to last as long as it did.

Art & Lifestyle

Women’s Day Special

February 13, 2014 Vyom Agarwal 0

Women are the embodiment of a mother, a wife and a daughter. The three pillars of every man’s life. The pillars that serve to both shelter him when he is tired and support him to

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Time for Change!

February 8, 2014 Guest 0

Is it really the time for change. This is what all of us are asking ourselves. Is it going to be a battle between NaMo and RG or is Mr Arvind kejriwal in for a

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Has our leadership gone nuts?

January 21, 2014 Vyom Agarwal 0

“It seems India’s quest for an able leadership is yet to see the light of day. Our messiah is yet to come! There is still more darkness to bear before India shines!” You all must

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The Passive Political Revolution

January 21, 2014 Guest 0

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” – Mahatma Gandhi A new year has just begun. We’ve, hopefully, much to look forward to. Much good awaits.

Campus

AITA to file PIL demanding better leaking conditions

December 11, 2013 Guest 0

The All India Tear Association (AITA) has filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) demanding “better leaking condition” and “legal restrain” on their working conditions. “Since having liberalized the Indian economy, exposure to the West has