Zenia Khurshid

Zenia is a staff writer at Jamia Journal, and a graduate student in the Department of English. She can be reached via email at: zeniakhurshid[at]jamiajournal.com

FASHION: Be the Fashionable Kid On Campus

Stylish look for college-feature

Fashion is a word which makes our brain focus on whatever is considered to be latest. It signifies a trend which is mostly popular among youngsters, college students, celebrities, models, superstar etc. Fashion is a term commonly used to describe a style of clothing worn by most people in a country. Fashion is dynamic, it keeps on changing with time. ...

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Center for North-East Studies Organizes a Photo Exhibit on the People of North-East

VC Najeeb Jung viewing the photographs at the M.F. Hussain Gallery; Monday, Aug. 1, 2011 (Photo: Zenia Khurshid)

The Center for North-East Studies organized a photo exhibition titled ‘Unheard Voices’ by Kausiki Sarma at the M.F. Hussain Art Gallery, on Monday, August 1, 2011. At the inauguration of the exhibition, Prof. Sanjoy Hazarika, director for the Center for North-East Studies, introduced the artist and her work, and also wished her more success in life. It was followed by ...

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Movie Review: Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (Rating 4/5)

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Director: Zoya Akhtar Producer: Farhan Akhtar Starring: Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar, Abhay Deol, Katrina Kaif and Kalki Koechlin. Jamia Journal Rating: * * * * (4/5) Verdict: A must-watch! “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” follows a tone of fun throughout the movie. It revolves around three male protagonists seeking a break from the confines of their proverbial boxes. It’s basically a ...

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Jamia School Celebrates Republic Day

NCC cadets, at Jamia School, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011 (JJ Photo/Abhiram Awasthi)

Jamia Senior Secondary School celebrated India’s 62nd Republic Day with full enthusiasm and joy to commemorate the day the Indian Republic was formed. The event took place on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011, on school premises. The function began with the singing of the national anthem, followed by the school tarana. It was performed by a group of girls. Professor S.M. ...

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