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Nikita Mahamana

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9 Types of Buddies In Every Class

1) Plan Poopers Despite your undying efforts to make those memorable trips happen, there is always that one waiting as Yama to destroy the planned trips, pooping...

Changing Norms of Holi : An Adieu to Yester Holi Essence

Red, yellow , green, voilet on the plate. All are ready to make your holi a little more great.Holi is round the corner. With...

Bollywood Sensation Sridevi Dies At 54

The news of late night sudden demise of veteran actress Sridevi came as an end of era to all on 24th February 2018. Sridevi...

CAT 2017 Result Declared : 100 Percentilers Includes Women And Non-Engineers This Year

The much awaited Common Admission Test (CAT) result 2017 were declared on 8th January 2018.Results came out mid day around 11 AM.CAT is entrance...

Disabled Friendly On Paper? Shorya Wanted To Meet South Campus Director But Guards Won’t Let Him Meet

Ramps and lifts,two essentials of the disabled can be found in DMRC then why are these missing in prestigious academic institutions? The following disheartening...

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Rasbhari Review : Entertaining, Fun, Frivolous and Forgettable

The small town is the new utopic fantasy world of the Indian entertainment industry. The industry has long infatuated the fancy American dream, picturesque...

2020 : A Year of Ambiguity, Shockwaves and Chaos

Like every other New Year, people celebrated and welcomed 2020 with new resolutions, planning, and hopes of opportunities and joy. But this year has...

No-Bake Threptin Cheesecake Recipe- As Simple As It Could Get!

Looking for the perfect cheesecake recipe? We’ve got you covered. With a creamy filling and buttery biscuit base, one cannot resist trying their hand...

DU Exams 2020: Open Book Examinations Postponed Till Further Notice, Says DU

University Of Delhi: With respect to the speculations related to the postponement of the Open Book Examinations (OBE) which were scheduled to commence from...

CBSE Reduces Syllabus For Classes IX to XII

The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) reduces the syllabus for classes IX to XII by 30 percent. The Board highlighted the gap created due...
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