Tag: Winston Churchill

The ‘MONUMENTAL’ Fall of Colonial Supremacists

In the Percy Bysshe Shelly’s classic sonnet Ozymandias, the inscription on the pedestal of an abandoned dilapidated statue reads,   “My name is Ozymandias, king of kings;             ...

Some Lesser Known Facts About 15th August – The Independence Day

Seventy-two years ago, on this day, India awoke to life and freedom. And in these seven decades, the stories behind this day have often been blurred by veils of indifference and neglect. This...
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How DU Quizzing Societies are Coping with the Pandemic

  Quizzing is undoubtedly one of the most exciting extra-curricular activities out there. For some, it’s about acquiring bragging rights, while for others it’s about...

DU Admissions 2020: Over 48,000 Students apply on Day 2 of Second Cut Off

According to the Hindustan Times, more than 48,000 students applied on the second day after the second cut off for admission to undergraduate courses...

MY CREATIVE SLOWDOWN: EXPERIENCES WITH WRITER’S BLOCK

Next to the fogged-up windows inside my head, lies a little wooden chest. It’s filled up to the brim with what one would regard...