If we can’t form the Government nor can you

January 3, 2014


As the nation celebrates the Aam Admi fever, very few realize that a name is slowly fading away in the social network trends. Prior to September 13, 2013 the hype was already there; and post September 13 Facebook and Twitter feeds were just full of one name, Narendra Modi. Yes, after he being named the […]

Posted in: Life Events, Politics

Dhoom 3 Review: One Man Show

December 21, 2013


Dhoom 3 is a one man show, well technically one man two character show. This latest franchisee of the Dhoom series is probably best as it had the touch of the perfectionist, Aamir Khan. So as many nicknamed the movie, Aamir and the two idiots, he rightfully overshadowed everyone in the movie; actors, non-acting capable […]

Posted in: Movie Review

Did justice succumb to the Media?

November 26, 2013


Arushi-Hemraj Double Murder case was probably one case that shook entire of the nation. Thanks to the free media of India, today we deem that we know almost everything about the case. From its key witness to Arushi’s neighbour; from the stair case of the apartment where the most unfortunate murder took place to its […]

Posted in: Media Eithics

The Aam Scoop

November 6, 2013


The past decade has seen an immense change in the electoral politics of India. Political parties have adapted themselves to the change in the trends and have evolved from an era of print campaigns to internet campaigns. It has been in the tradition of our political parties to capture vote banks since the inception of […]

Posted in: Politics

Will the chemical arsenal in Syria be destroyed?

October 11, 2013


This is not the first time the people of Syria have faced something like this. The horrific chemical attack that jolted the nearby areas of the Syrian capital on August 21, which according to US President killed nearly 1400 civilians, reopened the old wounds amongst the Kurds. On a spring day in 1988, the Iraqi […]

Posted in: Middle East

Exploiting regional differences for vote | Why to strengthen the North East Support Cell?

September 10, 2013


Fancy leadership quotes and a good speech don’t make you a leader unless you act like one. DU has been gripped by the election fever and our respected student representatives are leaving no stones unturned to capture every possible vote. But to what extent should we go to demand votes? This respected candidate comes into […]

An Open Letter to Assamese Electronic Media Groups

August 7, 2013


Why being a media student I fear joining the Assamese media industry? Even before I start writing, I would like to make one point very clear. I am not inclined to any political party or group. I am just a media student at the University of Delhi, who happens to hold a deep concern for […]

Posted in: Media Eithics