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First-year Convergent Journalism student of AJK MCRC, Jamia Millia Islamia. Graduate of B. A (Hons) Multimedia and Mass Communication from Delhi University with a keen interest in the field of journalism. Passionate about writing, reporting, editing, research, content creation and graphic designing

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The Corporatisation of the JNU Campus Is Underway

On June 22, 2022, the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) administration issued another round of notice to the owners of dhabas, canteens and photocopy shops inside the campus, demanding hefty fines and asking them to vacate the campus by June 30. According to a statement by the varsity, the businesses have been running without any allotment, and have not followed the laid down process. The statement also claims they have been running without payment of any license fees or other dues like electri

Breathing Music into Wood

In a corner of the Lalit Kala Akademi Gallery, C. Satish and three of his companions are busy arranging some wooden blocks and tools. These fifth-generation nadaswaram makers from Narasingapettai, Tamil Nadu, have travelled all the way to New Delhi to showcase the process of producing a handcrafted instrument. It is also a glimpse of the lives of artisans who still strive to keep these arts alive amidst an influx of music from around the world. The nadaswaram is an ancient musical instrument t

Is Privacy a Myth?: eBook: Authored by Ms. Nivedya P T, Mr. Anil Rachamalla, Ms. Anjana Krishna, Mr. Bhanu Murthy :

Book Description:- Data breaches and inappropriate use of our personal data is something that has become a matter of great importance these days that needs to be thoroughly discussed and be made aware of. It is true that we are at a juncture where technology is unavoidable and it has its own benefits as well. But it is imperative to ensure that the cost is not your privacy. The dilemma of choosing between privacy and convenience is something to ponder upon. This title explores the ways

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