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Five Books To Get You Through Online Classes — A Bookworm’s Guide for Beating the Pandemic Blues

It’s been a while since the pandemic took us by storm. However, that does not change the nightmarish online fiascos we face every day. The laggy internet connections, the accidental mic scandals...

7 Black History Month Book Recommendations

The origin of the Black History Month dates back to 1926. Historian Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History announced the second week of February to be...

Hunted By The Sky: How Tanaz Bhathena gives YA Fantasy a Desi Twist

Hunted By The Sky is the first book in the Wrath of Ambar duology. Written by Indo-Canadian author Tanaz Bhathena, it follows the life of Gul in the magical land of Ambar,...

THE RADIANCE OF A THOUSAND SUNS: RECLAIMING THE HISTORY OF PUNJAB

  ‘The Radiance of a Thousand Suns’, written by Manpreet Sodhi Someshwar is an epic novel that brings together stories from the history of Punjab which have been forever secluded from the public...

10 Halloween Books and Movies to Keep You Entertained Inside Your Homes

As Halloween creeps up around the corner the extensive pandemic situation makes for a real-life horrific situation for all. With the need to maintain social distancing, Halloween parties and costume revelries seem...

The Kite Runner: Make this your first read!

Introducing The Kite Runner How many homes have war destroyed? How many smiles have wars wiped? How many lives have wars cost? Around 40 million in the first World War. Another 70-85 million...

5 Feel-Good YA Books To Read Before Summer Ends

The summer of 2020 will come to an end in less than 15 days. More than half of the year has passed, and we are still cooped up in our homes, struggling...

The International Man Booker Prize 2020

The International Man Booker Prize for the year 2020 was announced this Wednesday on 26th August. It was awarded to Marieke Lucas Rigneveld for her debut novel The Discomfort of Evening, translated...
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THIS DAY IN HISTORY- 1ST MARCH

This Day in History is DUE’s daily dose of trivia for all the history buffs out there. So sit back and take a ride...

DU Awards ‘Digital Degrees’ to Nearly 1.8 Lakh Students

The Delhi University (DU) on Saturday became the first institution in the country to award "Digital Degrees" to its 1,78,719 students during its 97th...

Minister Of Loneliness: A Japanese Masterplan

In the light of mental health awareness, Japan has appointed its first minister for loneliness this month after the country's suicide rate increased for...