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The Unpredictable Journey of Indian Secularism

The Unpredictable Journey of Indian Secularism

By Sanjana Sanghi (Sub-Editor) We Indians, we yearn for a secular State. I stand to correct myself, a “truly secular” State. But what does this idealistic version of secularism really encapsulate? Will it empower us in ways it hasn’t been able to before? Or make us feel more as citizens of a democratic nation than [...]

Ready, Set, Go!

Ready, Set, Go!

 By Tanya Yadav (Sub Editor, International Section)       Life’s a race, no? It isn’t. But getting into Delhi University sure has turned into one, right from the word go. June, the fifth – the day set for the grand marathon to begin is here, and so is the fanfare. The common forms for [...]

‘Tis a Good Day to Confess

‘Tis a Good Day to Confess

 By Anushka Kaushik (Associate Editor)         Forgive me, Admin, for I have sinned. Go ahead, my child-whose-identity-shall-never-be-revealed. Here’s the link to the Google doc. Oh, thank the lord! I mean, err, Admin. This weight can finally be lifted off my shoulders. Why, that’s what I’m here for. From the outrageous, to the [...]

SAFE Delhi: Be safe, not susceptible

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SAFE Delhi: Be safe, not susceptible

Everyone is aware of the bad condition of the capital in terms of safety and security of women. You know it must be terrible when it earns the title of ‘rape capital of the country’ and if there is anyone who seems unaware or indifferent, it is the administration and police. SAFE Delhi aims to [...]