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Sachin-Jigar's performance at Kirori Mal College on March 26 in Delhi cancelled
Times of India

Sachin-Jigar's performance at Kirori Mal College on March 26 i...

Sachin-Jigar were supposed to perform at Kirori Mal College on March 26 as a part of the college’s annual cultural fest, but students told us in the morning of the day of the performance that the show has been cancelled. Times of India, 3 days ago
Film Festival held in Kirori Mal College in Delhi Times of India, 3 weeks ago

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The Round Table Society of Kirori Mal College organises Virtuso event in Delhi

India’s culture is respected more than it is criticised by people from other cultures,” said the introduction to Virtuoso, an event organised by The Round Table Society of Kirori Mal College.
 Times of India6 days ago
India Today

Top Delhi University colleges don't have a regular principal

It's a strange case of missing principals. Top colleges in Delhi University, including Hindu, Hansraj and Kirori Mal, currently don't have a regular principal and are being headed by either an acting principal or an officer on special duty (OSD).
 India Today2 months ago KMC ends service of former principal  Times of India2 months ago Urgently wanted: One-third DU colleges don't have a principal  Hindustan Times1 month ago
Times of India

DU cracks inside jokes at IP College's theatre fest

From plays on national issues to DU's theatre circuit's internal jokes like the poor condition of the auditorium at Kirori Mal College - Indraprastha College for Women's annual stage play festival called Kirdaar'15 saw it all on February 13. ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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Delhi street play row: 'Banning things has become popular'

A Delhi University college play on religious intolerance is caught up in a controversy as the ABVP-run students' union runs pillar-to-post to get it banned for reported ‘anti-Hindu’ content. Watch it at least once before forming an opinion -- that's all that play director Guneet Singh has to say. Third-year Political Science student at SGTB Khalsa College, New Delhi, Guneet Singh's 25-minute street play Welcome to the Machine is creating a storm of sorts in Delhi ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Ban 'anti-Hindu' play, says DUSU  Times of India1 week ago Best of Collegiate Theatre - An Old World Culture Presentation festival held in Delhi  Times of India1 month ago

DU teachers' union go on strike despite no work, no pay threat

The Delhi University Teachers' Association went on a strike on Tuesday despite the university cracking the 'no work, no pay' whip. The teachers' body was protesting sacking of two Hindu College teachers who had come to blows in the college staff council. "The ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
Times of India

Students of the National Institute of Fashion Technology organise their annual cultural fest Spectrum in Delhi

Students of the National Institute of Fashion Technology recently organised Spectrum, their annual cultural fest, in association with the Times of India. As a part of TOI's The Great Indian Lover campaign, an activity called Junk Juxtaposed was ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

Only roses from right-wing groups in Delhi o...

NEW DELHI: In a bizarre turn of events, Hindu Sena activists ended up offering white roses to the protesters who were detained outside its office at Mandir Marg on Saturday. Till Friday, right-wing groups like Hindu Mahasabha and Hindu Sena had been ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Demonstration outside Hindu Mahasabha office against Mahasabha's diktat

NEW DELHI: University students, professionals, locals and foreigners leapt over barricades set up by police and held a demonstration outside the office of Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha on Saturday afternoon. Police had imposed section 144 ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Capturing darkness

Kashmiri writer Mirza Waheed, 40, is nursing a flu because of the bad air in Delhi. Over cups of spicy tea and a slim hand-rolled cigarette, the scrawny boy from Srinagar who grew up by Dal Lake talks about how he always found Delhi to be a cruel, ...
 The Week1 month ago
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