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Battling it out at North Campus

Vaishali Bhambri, Hindustan Times  New Delhi, June 28, 2013
First Published: 17:00 IST(28/6/2013) | Last Updated: 04:29 IST(29/6/2013)
Direct from our newsroom to the main battle ground — our team travelled to DU’s North Campus and asked students why their college is the coolest

Don’t be surprised if you see two ‘bindaas’ men riding a bike with a side car on campus over the next few days! As we reach the last leg of HT City - Fever 104 Campus Ka Mahayuddh, we got Dilli Ke Do Dabhangg, RJs Manu and Abhilash to interact with students while they’re on campus. And what better time than the day for the announcement of the first cut-off list.

While the cut-offs are at their stressful best this year, we eased out the students with some fun sessions conducted by the RJs as our ‘Sholay’ type savaari took rounds of the campus.

Promoting the ‘Coolest College on Campus’ contest, we halted at different locations of Delhi University’s North Campus such as St Stephen’s College, Vishvavidyalaya Metro Station and the famous hangout joint, Kamala Nagar market.

Students not only got a chance to meet the RJs and interact with them, but some lucky ones who came up with the whackiest answers to the question — Why they think their college is the coolest — won exciting goodies such as T-shirts from HT City. 

That’s not all, the lucky ones also get featured in HT City.

As we continue with our campus trail, keep a track on us and who knows, you will be the next one to get featured! Keep voting as it’s the biggest battle of colleges after all.

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