It was baptism by fire – Duvvari Subbarao

It was baptism by fire – Duvvari Subbarao                     It was baptism by fire – quoted Duvvari Subbarao former RBI governor , economist & civil servant – in his post book release  talk organised by NGO Manthan in Secunderabad. Subbarao whose book ‘Who moved my interest…

Will India be a superpower ?, a talk by Ashley Tellis

– Allan Harold Rex Will India be a superpower ? A talk  by Ashley Tellis on the hurdles that were faced by India in becoming a superpower. Dr. Ashley Tellis talked about a changing India and the challenges that are faced by  the nation on the  road to being a superpower. In an event that…

Changing Definitions of Masculinity With Dr Avishek Parui

You need to affect and effect – said Dr Avishek Parui, Assistant Professor of English at IIT Guwahati .Dr.Parui delivered three separate talks at EFLU Hyderabad, on topics ranging from Masculinity and Memory to tracing the link between Postmodernism and Post colonialism through literary criticism. In the first lecture that he delivered in the campus, titled ‘Masculinity,…

Hypernormalisation

-allanharoldrex Hypernormalization as a term was made known to the world through the work of Russian-born Berkeley professor -Alexei Yurchak, who used the term to describe the dying Soviet Union in the mid- 1970s, where both the people and the government jointly agreed to pretend normal in the face of a failing Communist system. Adam…

The Rise of Totalitarian Regimes

– Allanharoldrex In the post modern world, politics like everything is an art. Hyper normalization of the power structures and the creation of post truth have dissolved the voice of people in general. And it at this juncture in history that we see the rise of totalitarian regimes, some of them essentially authoritarian or marring…

EFLU PROUDLY PRESENTS….

-BY LAKSHMIPRIYA G.D Nigeri Lencho(left), Imam Mohammad Warymoch and Rateb Noori (right). Indian is a source and top destination of education among foreign national students. They learn, choose their career and later on become capable to earn as well. The English and Foreign language is one such reputed central universities of India, where more than…

A step towards empowerment

-Kavya Srinivas Being a woman isn’t cushy in the present world scenario. Taking birth as a female is amounts being a bane for many of that gender. Crime against women has turned frequent around the world. To highlight this issue, the students of EFL University had a performance accompanied by a ballad at Haseena Chowk…

HUMAN TRAFFICKING: THE MODERN FORM OF SLAVERY

-BY LAKSHMIPRIYA G.D The “highest level of discrimination against human beings” … with forced organ trade and child marriages … as well as forced prostitution and domestic works, human trafficking is considered as the illegal trade of human beings where individuals are trafficked from one country to the other for the purpose of forced labor,…

PRINT MEDIA AND ITS INFLUENCE

-Aiswarya G K Reading or just going through the headlines of the one’s favourite newspaper is not only a habit but also second nature with most persons. Unlike the electronic media, especially the television that brings out news and views round the clock and yet half-succeeds to covert the viewers into its fans, the print…

‘When a girl finds her voice, the world around her begins to change’

Aiswarya G K Voice for girls, a Government of Telangana initiative, aims at empowering teenage girls and educating them about topics such as sex education, domestic violence, etc. They have designed camps to help create the needed awareness in young girls and have conducted camps in around 200 schools in the state for 3103 students….

ONCE UPON A TIME

-Priya Rathnam A story is a word.   A story is a visual.   A story is a promise.   A story is a confession.   A story is an imagination.   A story is….many and many more things which one can express.   LONG AGO is the phrase which draws everyone's attention. Be it…

Overseas, a New Destination for Young India

-Ramsi Parveen International migration is one of the recent phenomena which include student migration and migration for job purposes. Even though our country offers several opportunities for the youth, the flow towards other countries is increasing day by day. Especially the European countries like U.K and U.S attracts large number of students. They have a…