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Author: Divyangna Sharma

Diyangna Sharma is pursuing a degree course in Political Science at the University of Delhi. She is an avid reader, keen debater and can talk about anything from politics to the latest season of Suits.

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Report on the Seminar on Media Reporting of Human Rights at IIC

Report on the Seminar on Media Reporting of Human Rights at IIC

Events
The Seminar on Media reporting of Human Rights, to address as well as to draw a convergence with the European experiences of on ground reality journalism took place on 31 May,2016 at Indian International Center, New Delhi and was hosted by the Indian Women's Press Corps (IWPC). The first session of the seminar focused on Reporting from Crisis and Conflict Zones: Experiences from India and Europe. The Session was inaugurated by Mr N. Ravi who introduced the members of the sitting panels. He also threw light on the various problems faced by on ground reporters in the conflict zones. Indian journalists such as Maya Mirchandani, citing the example of the Chhattisgarh movement, pointed out the reluctance of the local tribes in the area to interact with any outsider. What was astonishi...
Reflections On the Ongoing Administration Crisis In Delhi

Reflections On the Ongoing Administration Crisis In Delhi

Articles
Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal paying his respects to the first Chief Minister of Delhi Ch. Braham Prakash. There has always been a strain in the Centre-States relationship in India owing to our Quasi-Federal structure and the multi-party system we have. At any given time, there are usually two different parties in power at the Center and State levels. This makes things a little complicated, as we are witnessing in the case of the NCT of Delhi today. The tiff between the Hon'ble LG Najeeb Jung and the Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal started as soon as the latter took up the office. For the Delhi Government, it became logical to claim that having LG as the chief administrator practically means a permanent President’s Rule in 'Delhi State'. What makes the situat