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Squeezing out protests

After the SC lifted the ban on protests at Jantar Mantar with a few caveats, Protestors still find the new rules restrictive, and Ramlila Maidan,…

Shady deal or no deal

Karol Bagh’s Gaffar Market is notorious for its low-priced electronics. TV sets and mobile phones are sold without bills, but strangely they all come with…

The power to do evil

There is a case for fast-track courts for crimes against women, in order to break the culture of misogyny and patriarchy’s tolerance of violence against…

End of the unmanned era

Indian Railways will eliminate all unmanned level crossings in five months. This interface between railway track and road is the venue of highest number of…

Hacking into threats

Despite having the highest number of bug bounty hackers and numerous institutes teaching ethical hacking, government agencies in India lack a proper mechanism to respond…

No takers for cycles

Public bicycle sharing has not really taken off in the Capital, with only a sprinkling of tourists and students availing of the facility, that too…

A walk below clouds

Heritage walks on weekends are a popular way of acquainting Delhi’s citizens with their culture, especially when the group leader is a storyteller As you…

Death with indignity

It’s not just civic agencies which send untrained workers into septic tanks to clean them up. Gated communities are equally merciless Five young men —…

Painting the roads pink

A two-wheeler taxi service exclusively for and by women is changing the lives of semi-skilled and unskilled women by making them financially independent Every morning,…