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Rally in Delhi on Saturday 20th May

Somaansh Bansal asks the junta to join in the anti reservation rallies and show that the youth is united against the malpratices of the Government!!! Venue:::: Gurgaon—> Leisure valley parking (Sec-29). Noida —> Sec-18 , Centre Stage Mall Parking. Delhi—> Will directly come to join the medical and IIT students at AIIMS. Date::: 20th May, 9 a.m at Noida and ...

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Google Guru

Jayant Gandhi is just like any other youngster but with a difference! At the age of 24, Jayant holds a Bachelors in Information from University of Delhi and is pursuing Masters in Computers Technology from IIT Delhi. He is also the mastermind behind www.nibbleguru.com, a website that provides free technical support and help to home PC users and strictly runs ...

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Amity loses case against AICTE

The Allahabad High Court has dismissed a writ petition by Amity Business School contesting AICTE’s derecognition of the b school’s flagship PGDM course in September 2005. AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) had observed that Amity was conducting “a large number of unapproved courses in the same premises, utilising the facilities and infrastructure intended for AICTE approved courses, thus ...

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Delhi Buzz

Jum ke Bidaayi The latest buzz around DU is all about the upcoming ‘Big Fat Campus Farewell parties’! These parties are no more confined to the college premises and are organised with chic & style. After all campus students are wild party lovers. Partying out of the campus is a real treat one can go for. From venue to good ...

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Going Co-Ed

Girl’s colleges are considered safe in the wake of the many eve-teasing incidents that plague Delhi. But are girl’s college truly safe?, asks Shilpi Sharma. In the age of gender equality and equal opportunities, the concept of a girl’s college doesn’t really fit in. Out of 43,000 odd seats in Delhi University, 13,000 are reserved exclusively for girls, thanks to ...

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It’s a Leak!!!

The now infamous DU CEE leak is the latest addition to the list of high-profile paper leaks in the country. This ain’t good news for us hardworking students, says Kunal Malhotra The recent cancellation of admission of 33 students from CEE (Combined Engg Entrance) of Delhi University has once again brought up the issue of paper leaks into the public ...

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Confessions Of A Candid LSRite

Aishwarya Subramaniam speaks her mind on what Stephens being ranked below LSR really means. India Today recently rated Lady Shri Ram College for Women number one in India. Let’s start with the traditional definitions of a good college. Do we have a good faculty? Judging by my department, yes. The faculty is well qualified, interesting and we actually like them. ...

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CHAI time

With coffee shops sprouting up at every streetcorner, Gunjan Jindal decided to do something ‘different’. Shilpi Sharma met the 22 year old science graduate from Warwick University who’s started ‘Passion-My Cup of Tea’, a cafe at Delhi’s Priya complex. How did you come up with the idea of starting out on your own? I worked with my dad for a ...

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Ballot Talk

Delhi University is all set for another battle of the ballot. Everyone involved in student politics or activism can talk only about the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) election. Kunal Malhotra reports. As the facchas and the lucchas settle down in the new academic year, its time for the most anticipated event of the first half of the session. The ...

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D.U. gets into the Metro mix

Soon students at Delhi University will have an alternative to Kamla Nagar. Delhi University – host to millions of outgoing and enthusiastic students – has, rather unfortunatley, only one dedicated student hangout, the good old Kamla Nagar market. Though K.N. hosts a variety of value for money eating joints and hot spots for the D.U. junta, it bears a tired ...

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