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The Poetry Club Ankita Shah

Why Ankita Shah and The Poetry Club can help you rediscover your love for poetry

Ankita Shah talks about her tryst with poetry and what she plans to do with The Poetry Club, her fast-growing poetry movement

Published on 16th April 2019
TISS Guwahati Lal Poster

Lal Poster: Why you need to visit Gulal Salil's satire-laden art-politics page on Facebook

Gulal Salil, an Anthropology student at TISS, Guwahati runs an art page on FB that discusses poetry, politics, art-comics, cartoons, news analysis, film criticism, public/street and political/folk art

Published on 11th April 2019
JNU cultural Hostel Committee

Dekho Magar Consent Se: Why JNU's women want sexist songs like Lollipop Lagelu banned

The campaign has urged DJs not to play songs that objectify women and cater to male fantasies at hostel events and other cultural nights

Published on 2nd April 2019
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Apna Time Aagaya: This Bengaluru-based rap artist is all set to release his multilingual EP

Rap sensation Joel Joe Easow about his inspiration, how rapping completely transformed his life and how his upcoming EP is going to highlight political issues in our country

Published on 27th March 2019
Chowkidar Narendra Modi

Meet JNU's Yogiji, who is organising a Main Bhi Chowkidaar-themed cultural night at Sabarmati Hostel 

The cultural night is an annual event where students meet, interact and have fun but this time there is a theme as well

Published on 22nd March 2019
Aranya

The 'brown girl' interview: Aranya Johar is speaking the 'Language of Equality' in her latest poem 

Aranya's new poem 'The language of equality' was released ahead of International Women's Day, kickstarting a campaign called #PatriarchyKaPackup

Published on 8th March 2019
JNU news

JNU co-organises conference on Yeats and India with University of Limerick

The conference was supported by the Irish Embassy, the University Grants Commission and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation

Published on 5th March 2019
Photo Bienalle

Here's why every millenial should visit the Chennai Photo Biennale

The concept of this year’s CPB is “Fauna of Mirrors”, based on an old Chinese myth that talks of an alternative world that exists behind mirrors inhabited by creatures unknown

Published on 2nd March 2019
JNU Scholar Ngurang Reena

Why JNU scholar Ngurang Reena's lone fight to find justice for her 'murdered' father is inspiring

The 27-year-old is a PhD student and an activist from JNU and even stood for the JNUSU elections last year. Her father was a member of the BJP and was killed mysteriously

Published on 21st February 2019
Technology

Lessons from PUBG: Why too much tech will never make India un-creative

The resistance that technology meets then and there has been historical in many ways, said Pushpesh Pant, former professor of JNU

Published on 14th February 2019
Amish Tripathi, Bibek Debroy, Kaveere Bamzai

We must end the colonial hangover in educational system: Amish Tripathi

Refusing to dismiss this as a harmless one-off case, Amish Tripathi pointed out real-world effects of the colonial hangover such as Indian architects’ newfound affinity for glass buildings

Published on 14th February 2019
Udaan Events Official KIIT

From KIIT to chaos: How three students created the perfect event company in Udaan

Udaan Events started by three students from KIIT is taking off and how

Published on 6th February 2019
Rpprna Swami

This Bengalurean contemporary dancer won the Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize for her passion for poetry

While in Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts, she learnt poetry from Karen Osborn, Pulitzer awardee Richard Wilbur and so on and has been in workshops conducted by American poets like Rosanna Warren

Published on 28th January 2019
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Meet the 17-year-old Shreetam Swain who's created a performance space for Odisha's aspiring poets

Poetic Imagica is an event which provides platforms to all those artists looking to express themselves

Published on 24th January 2019
Artists' book exhibition in Delhi

Books as art objects: Artists' book exhibition in Delhi explores a unique genre

Allowing visitors to pore over, touch, flip through and closely admire its pages, the artists' book is a ready respite from works one is used to seeing behind glass barriers

Published on 10th January 2019

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