Tag: History

THIS DAY IN HISTORY- NOVEMBER 1

Today we step into a new month. Winter is almost around the corner as our calendars read- November 1. This date has its significance rooted in various important events that occurred on...

THIS DAY IN HISTORY- 4th NOVEMBER

Historical Events of Importance on 4th November 1995—Yitzhak Rabin assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, co-recipient with Shimon Peres and Yāsir ʿArafāt of the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1994, was assassinated on...

History Honours: What to expect?

History Honours is one of the most popular courses at Delhi University. It attracts high cut-offs in most of the colleges. The course is offered by St Stephens College, Hindu College, Miranda...

An Uncanny Strategy: The Chapati Movement Of 1857

When we talk about the nationalism in India, we often tend to overlook the small scale movements and the struggles of common people who shook the British regime. There are numerous people...

INDEPENDENCE DAY : Singing the Unsung Heroes

India’s independence has been a struggle throughout. From beginning to today, when we complete 74 years of “Independent India” it has been an overwhelming journey and a large (by large I mean...

Quit India Movement: The Gandhian gesture symbolizing ‘Do or Die’

What many believe as just a sort of retaliation to the Cripps Mission or as a subsidiary movement involving the interests of only a few individuals, the Quit India Movement or the...

Six Places In Delhi For A Bibliophile

1. FAQIR CHAND & SONS Delhi is a city where stories are awaiting perusal and histories are yet to be discovered. In the middle of one of India's most premium shopping destinations, a...

DU History Department Refrain Itself from Removal of Book Controversy

As the standing committee puts a ban on the books which ‘glorifies Naxals’ and ‘legitimising conversions of tribal to Christians’, the History department of Delhi University has kept itself aside from the...
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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...