Anjani Chadha

Future of Delhi's wedding card industry looks bleak as more citizens turn to e-invites

While metropolitan cities have made a shift to digital wedding cards, people in neighbouring cities continue distributing these in person that too in large numbers

01 Dec 2021

Daak Vaak brings many lost and unknown literary works to the forefront

Daak Vaak—a digital repository of South Asian literature—has become a platform that brings many lost and unknown literary works to the forefront.

30 Nov 2021

An evening with Delhi's cine squad

It was also the first major screening organised by Kriti Film Club—a film screening group in Delhi, which has been showcasing documentaries since 2000—this year

27 Nov 2021

Going back with the future

A few organisations are using digital means to help children revisit our heritage 

25 Nov 2021

Walk the line with Delhi's Slackline Community

A bunch of slacklining enthusiasts are now bringing this gravity-defying sport to the citizens of Delhi-NCR who are keen on trying out this challenging feat

23 Nov 2021

Delhi NGO Protsahan India Foundation fights child abuse with the power of dialogue

Among the many ways that can help children identify abuse, it is importance for adults (related to or familiar with these kids) to approach them for healthy conversations.

20 Nov 2021

Kiara Chettri: Strumming her way to success

After becoming the youngest Indian solo artist to make a mark on the global World Indie Music Charts, Chettri has now submitted her single 'Why' at the Grammy ballots

19 Nov 2021

‘You cannot reach people effectively if you are not understood’: Shashi Tharoor 

With a career sprawling over four decades, politician and writer Shashi Tharoor has penned a number of books on diverse themes. His latest, "Pride, Prejudice and Punditry" released on Wednesday

18 Nov 2021

Busting the 'Plant a Tree Co' claim: Some green NGOs in Delhi you can volunteer with

Running since 2010, Green Yatra's 'Pedh Lagao' initiative has been working towards conserving nature.

16 Nov 2021

Delhi youngsters call for climate education in curriculum

19-year-old Aniket Gupta - along with Aditya Dubey, Seher Taneja and Dwishojoyee Banerjee - petitioned the government to incorporate climate education in the curriculum of Delhi schools.

16 Nov 2021

Safekeeping Urdu depends on the next generation's zeal to embrace it

Urdu scholars discuss how the revival and preservation of the language depends on the next generation's zeal to embrace it

15 Nov 2021

A novel touch to ‘mehfil’ culture

The classic juxtaposition of the ghazal singer’s soulful voice along with Hoshiyarpuri’s sombre yet grandiloquent verses continues to be the ultimate ode to love

13 Nov 2021

Varun Vasisht's songs are an evolving euphony

Singer-songwriter Varun Vasisht's recent track 'Clouds of Rain' is a soulful rendition of a collective emotional experience 

12 Nov 2021

Silly Troupers Theatre Festival attempts to revive the once-vibrant theatre scene in Delhi

The three-day event, which ends today brought together an interesting amalgamation of a number of theatre genres, thereby extending a platform to artists from different backgrounds.

11 Nov 2021

Pratisandhi: Driving sex-positive discourse among masses

Apart from a vacuum that exists in this domain, there is also rampant misinformation spreading among youngsters.

10 Nov 2021

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