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Delhi's University is bustling again after two long years

The return to normal was long due for students, and also urgent for vendors and businesses that rely on the former for survival and sustenance

A group of students outside Hindu College, Delhi University, on Thursday
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A group of students outside Hindu College, Delhi University, on Thursday

Ritwik Sharma New Delhi
On Tuesday morning, there is a steady stream of youths exiting the Vishwavidyalaya Metro station in North Delhi. Some are seated in small clusters on the patio, waiting for more friends to join them, while others swiftly pile into e-rickshaws or walk down to the adjacent colleges in Delhi’s University’s (DU) North Campus.

It is a sight not seen since March 2020, when a creeping coronavirus compelled colleges to shut their doors to physical classes for nearly two years. The return to normal was long due for students, and also urgent for vendors and businesses that rely on the former for

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First Published: Feb 18 2022 | 12:22 AM IST

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