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Radhika Sharma

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Blast into the Future: Colossus of Rhodes to be Resurrected

  Sadly, the following is a piece of news that may not hold great significance for everybody in the world but would baffle the wits...

‘No Country For Women’: Addressing the Gender Problem

Gender-based inequality has its roots deep in all human civilizations. This inequality implicates even the most extraordinary qualities given to women and those inclined...

Valentine’s Day Dinner at the Great Hall: When Fandom Meets Romance

Accio Potterheads! Well, more like people who are forever gloomy for never getting a letter from Hogwarts. I have news for you all! No, I...

Kalki Koechlin’s ‘The Printing Machine’: This is How Far We Have Come

It is true how the printing machine is a diligent witness of all our mess. It sees it all. It bears it all. Silently....

4th Delhi Literature Fest: Bibliophiles Rejoice!

No, you did not read it wrong! And No, I did not write it wrong! Delhi hosted its 4th literature festival today, and I won’t...

10 Lesser Known A.R. Rahman Tracks on His Birthday

A.R. Rahman, the man who needs no introduction, turns 49 today. He is no short of being a God-like figure to musicians and music...

Letters to Santa—A Heart-Warming Tale

Fifteen years ago, the festive season brought with it an unusual sort of happiness for Peter Mattaliano, a 66-years-old acting coach and screenwriter. Most people...

What the Appearance of the Soon To Be New Zealand’s Flag Might Be

A flag is intransigently one of the most forthcoming symbols of national identity. It becomes all the more important for those countries that have, in...

New Revelations About Netaji’s Disappearance Will Blow Your Mind

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the man whose life and death, both, have gobsmacked his generation and the ones that followed. Numerous theories have emerged...

5 Secrets to Full-Time Travelling: Experts’ Say!

Everyone in this world has got a little traveler within themselves—one who is ready to unleash at the sound of adventure. However, the ever...

Millionaire Accused of Raping Teen Gives Insolent Testimony

We have witnessed bountiful accounts of how artistically men, who are financially and politically powerful, wriggle their way out of criminal cases. Most don’t...

An Ode to the Dreamer – John Lennon

“I can’t tell you how much it hurts to lose him. His death is a bitter, cruel blow – I really loved that guy.” ~...

Remembering Nelson Mandela on His Second Death Anniversary

  Two years ago, on 5th December 2013, the world grieved the loss of a great politician, humanitarian activist and above all, a revolutionary. Nelson...

Contemplating Delhi Government’s New Pollution Control Policy

It is no new information that the Capital Region has been credited for being the most polluted one in India. The pollution level was...

Make Way For The Budding Juvenile Cyber Protégé!

  "If a child can do it, then a regular hacker can do it, which it'll super easy for a regular hacker to do it,...

An ‘Ebola’ Case of Sierra Leone

  "You know about African solidarity - usually when someone dies, people visit you, but when we lost one and then two, three, four members...

Seminar About a ‘Sensuous Understanding of the Political’ At AUD

  How to Make Sense? Sensuousness, Method, and Politics A Workshop on Research By Shivani Kapoor Venue:  CR 12, Ambedkar University Delhi, Kashmere Gate Time:  2-4 PM Date:  17-November-2015 (Tuesday) Social sciences, especially...

How Partition Changed India

In pre-partitioned India, there was a time when Hindus and Muslims still lived in harmony. They shared villages, cultures (the Indo-Islamic tradition) and other...

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