17-year-old’s murder in Sangam Vihar: Experts call for safe spaces for welfare of juveniles

The national capital grapples with a surge in crimes by juveniles as focus shifts back to the lack of adequate safety and rehabilitation measures

17-year-old murder victim’s family tries to piece their lives together

Rohan, a resident of Sangam Vihar, succumbed to injuries after being stabbed by multiple people on February 17; police arrest three but family says 10 were involved

Alipur fire: Kin of the dead break down on discovering bodies

Residents say repeated complaints against illegally-run factories fell on deaf ears as they come to terms with the Alipur fire tragedy that left 11 people dead

‘OTT platforms are like a bull in a china shop’

Actor Anant Mahadevan, who has directed upcoming Marathi film Aata Vel Zaali that deals with euthanasia, says he is not fond of OTT platforms as they lack censorship

Disappointing to see lack of new theatres in Delhi: Salim Arif

Penned by prominent screenwriter Javed Siddiqui, Gudamba play was performed at Sri Ram Centre, New Delhi under the 25th edition of the National School of Drama’s Bharat Rang Mahotsav

Theatre should be done with decency, rules: Lubna Salim

The daughter of well-known screenwriter Javed Siddiqui, Lubna calls theatre her lifeline

British govt official in Delhi beats pollution with indoor training for marathon

Last weekend in Delhi, Isherwood finished second in half marathon (21km) in 45-55 years category. He clocked 1:19:37

Ready to scale Boston Marathon’s ‘Heartbreak Hill’

Jayanti Thapliyal, a 46-year-old staffer of Indian Defence Account Service, has been balancing work and family responsibilities with passion for running; her commitment paid dividends as she qualified for Boston Marathon in April

Dwarka, the emerging sports hub in the national capital

Many big projects, including India’s longest golf course, are coming up in Dwarka, turning it into a mega sporting hub

Delhi Sports School takes off with first batch

As many as 172 athletes are currently receiving training in 10 Olympic discipline at the Delhi government-run facility; it hopes to take in 200 students in the next academic year

VIVEK SHUKLA - February 17, 2024

As lights dim at Alpana Cinema, the hall leaves behind a rich legacy that will be cherished by generations of movie buffs. The memories forged within its confines keep alive the spirit of cinema for devoted fans

Patriot Bureau - March 1, 2024

The Delhi Cantonment Board Hospital nursing staff who allegedly touched the patient inappropriately and locked her inside the washroom has been arrested, the Delhi Police said

  • All-Women Police Posts set up to encourage more females to speak up

    The posts, which include CCTV surveillance systems, were inaugurated on Sunday by the Delhi L-G and Police Commissioner

    Women artists make a mark in Capital

    The exhibition ‘VAMA’ showcased creative expressions of 37 contemporary women artists from the city

    National Girl Child Day: Trafficking threat bigger in age of social media, say activists

    As India observes ‘National Girl Child Day’ today, experts draw attention to surge in online trafficking, and emphasise the need for comprehensive awareness programs and stringent cyber laws

    Shooter Ria Rajeshwari targets bulls-eye

    The trap shooter, who has earned an Olympic berth, is carrying the legacy of her illustrious father and hopes to go one better at Paris next year

    The Designer’s India 2024

    Taking place on March 17 and 18, at the NSIC Grounds in New Delhi. The event promises showcase innovative and captivating collections from a diverse range of talented designers

    ‘Euphoria’: A solo exhibition by Nishita Baderia

    Art enthusiasts will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in Nishita Baderia’s artistic exploration, as the exhibition will be open daily from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm

    The Winds of Change- A group art exhibition

    Featuring works by both established and emerging artists, “The Winds of Change” offers a unique opportunity to explore the evolving landscape of contemporary art

    Exhibition: Voice of Colors

    The exhibition will be open daily from 11 am to 7 pm, providing art enthusiasts with ample time to explore and appreciate the artworks on display

    Spice and Legacy: Food Festivals that captured the heart of Old Delhi

    Crowne Plaza’s Old Delhi expedition hit timeless flavours, epitomising the essence of area’s rich culinary heritage

    ‘Koshur Saal’ festival offers a taste of tradition

    Chef Rajni Jinsi showcases exquisite and diverse flavours of Kashmiri cuisine with Kabargah, ribs with meat falling off bones, being the star of the show

    India Design Week 2024: An interaction of colour

    The recently concluded ‘India Design Week 2024’ brought together diverse voices from the world of design and art. Perspectives of each designer added a layer of depth and inspiration to the show

    Kolkata’s Oudh 1590 spells magic in NCR

    Oudh 1590 features dishes that are a testament to Awadh’s rich heritage and exquisite flavours — but with a touch of Bengal

    Depicting the history of ‘coming out’ through the lens

    Indo-Canadian photographer Sunil Gupta is back in the Capital, where he was born and raised, to showcase his documentation of the pride movement in London

    A mother-son collaboration rooted in Indian heritage

    From royal eras to personal landscapes, Raseel Gujral Ansal’s Inscape is a confluence of past and present, art and design and her collection is a window to the soul of India

    Kiran Nadar: Indian art’s first lady

    Art collector and philanthropist says the Padma Shri comes as recognition for her 30 years of work in democratising art

    Harbinder Singh: The man who set hockey field on fire

    The multiple Olympic and Asiad medallist, now 80, is elated on receiving the Padma Shri and recalls his life and career

    Delhi’s Jurassic Park captivates children

    The Waste-to-Wonder Dinosaur Park at Sarai Kale Khan is a one-of-a-kind and charms children and older people alike

    Delhi Police woman contingent highlights Republic Day celebrations

    India celebrated its 75th Republic Day with fervour and the event was graced by the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron as the chief guest

    Capturing the essence of Indian history and antiquity through art

    From murals to intricate monochrome drawings, Nanadan Purkayastha’s artistic journey transcends cities, weaving tales of ancient myths, fashion influences, and a harmonious blend of past and present

    A platform to exhibit artisans’ talent, protect their livelihoods   

    The Annual Crafts Bazaar at Dilli Haat helped artisans from across the country display their products to residents of the Capital