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THIS DAY IN HISTORY: FEBRUARY 15

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 of all the fascinating things that happened today! People are trapped...

CLAT 2020 Postponed Indefinitely, New Dates To Be Released Soon

The CLAT 2020 to be held on August 22, 2020, has been once again postponed till further notice. The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) exam for the academic session 2020-2021 was initially...

The 10% Reservation For ‘Economically Weaker Section’

Last week, both houses of Parliament passed the 124th amendment bill. This constitutional amendment provides 10% reservation to "economically weaker sections" of the general category in public sector jobs and education.President Ram...

Gay Sex No Longer A Crime

Eventually, a not so seamless battle has come to an end. Supreme Court in a verdict declared that adult gay sex is not a crime, sexual orientation is natural and people have...

Students Approach High Court Over Law Entrance Exam

After the declaration of results of entrance exam to Delhi University’s law course on 11 July, seems like many aspirants aren’t happy with the results claiming to receive lesser marks than expected....

ABVP Leader & Current DUSU Office Bearer Mahamedhaa Nagar To Be Awarded ‘World Youth Prize 2018’

Mahamedhaa Nagar is one of the most renowned face amongst DU students or more precisely in politics of DU. Presently designated as secretary of the Delhi University Students Union, she has also...

Lynchings On The Rise : How Mob Justice Is Taking Over & We’re All Watching As A Mute Spectator

28-year-old Rakbar Khan was beaten to death by a mob who accused him of cow smuggling in Rajasthan’s Alwar district. A mob dragged Hyderabad Techie with ropes before lynching him over suspicion...

DU LLB Results Withdrawn Within An Hour Of Going Live Online

As never seen before, something peculiar happened when DU withdrew the undergraduate entrance test results for LLB within an hour of publishing on its website where according to the students inappropriate results...
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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...

Experiments With Tea: Success Story of Chaayos

A cup of tea may cost 10 rupees but it has the power to build a sustainable and successful business. Knowing this, and to...