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Why Camp is the LGBTQIA Read You Need To Pick Up Right Now

"Safer and happier don't always go hand in hand. It's a choice that a lot of us have to make." // L.C.Rosen LGBTQIA literature has come a long way from James Baldwin and...

#CelebratingPride : Indian Literature on LGBTQ+ Theme

As the world celebrates the pride month amidst a global pandemic, the pomp and show it exhibits didn’t decline at all but witnessed a shift from physical to the digital world. It...

Movie Review : The Half of It

This is probably the first film that I am writing a short review for. I  do not believe that I am as passionate as some of my contemporaries when it comes to...

Delhi Queer Pride Parade : Delhi Against Trans Bill 2019

Delhi took over the streets of Connaught Place with rainbow flags to celebrate love and inclusiveness this Sunday on the 24th of November, 2019. This year's Delhi Queer Pride Parade witnessed a...

DU Admissions 2018 : Practically No Admissions Under The “Others” Category

It was a moment of PRIDE for the queer community when University of Delhi decided to acknowledge the existence of transgender students by including the "others" option under gender column in the...

Dance For Pride : Broke The Stereotypes

An LGBTQ flashmob which was presented by SCRUFF and organised by Those In Need at HauzKhas village broke the stereotypes around the community with the help of powerful messages and an even...
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DU Admissions 2020 : UG and PG Admission Schedule Out!

While the school-pass outs are strangled at their homes because of the ongoing pandemic, the University of Delhi on the 25th of September, 2020...

Unlock 4: Here’s How Schools Shall Be Reopened in Different States

Following the nationwide lockdown since March, schools and colleges which have been shut in the country. This has led to education being completely shifted...

DUTA Strike and The Plight Of Unpaid Teachers

The Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) had announced a 3-day strike against the state government on Wednesday the 16th. The issue with which they...