Discovering late Gogi Saroj Pal’s contemporary artistic marvels

Gogi was the first ‘feminist’ woman painter in modern Indian art and her colourful and thought provoking works focus on varying aspects of womanhood from freedom to sexual desire, an agency to power

Blurring Borders Through Art

Italian artist Tarshito Stippoli paints a vision of unity beyond boundaries, one brushstroke at a time

A deep dive into Indian culture and heritage

Art historian Alka Pande’s set of books showcase country’s heritage through 14 disciplines like art, architecture, objects, and crafts among others

More jobs, lower crime rate: What Delhi’s youth seeks from its MPs

Youngsters in the national capital state that distress caused by unemployment is hurting them and their families, say they will vote for candidates who resolve to create more jobs in the city

Sanitation worker’s suicide sparks row in the MCD

Dhananjay, a worker who allegedly died by suicide, blamed his seniors for forcing him to pay bribe in exchange of permanent position

Students left in the lurch after Daryaganj school shuts down

Frustrated parents seek admission for their wards in other schools in far-flung areas as new academic session knocks on the door

Football icon Sunil Chhetri announces retirement

Chhetri, the country’s most prolific scorer, will retire after the World Cup qualifier against Kuwait on June 6

Parvej Khan: From backwaters of Nuh to university circuit of USA

The runner used a mile-long stretch in his village, which borders Gurugram, to fulfill dreams of becoming an athlete; he is now on a scholarship at University of Florida, earning honours and medals

IPL 2024: Delhi Capitals defeat Lucknow Super Giants by 19 runs

DC posted 208 for four in their must-win game against LSG. Opener Abhishek Porel scored a 33-ball 58 at the top while a rearguard act by Tristan Stubbs (57 not out off 25 deliveries) took DC over the 200-run mark

Wrestling hub Chhatrasal Stadium set to cut number of grapplers

Following the thrashing of a wrestling coach by a trainee, the administration is planning to reduce the strength, weeding out those staying without permission

  • Women voters in JJ clusters want improved infrastructure, security

    Water scarcity, lack of infrastructure, sanitation facilities and security are the key concerns for women ahead of the elections

    Hosting LGBTQ community members in Ramadan

    Iqbal Ali and their team have organised special food walks during Ramadan to help those from various sexual minorities experience the holy month of fasting

    No holding them back

    A club called ‘City Girls Who Walk Delhi’ helps women to unwind and overcome stress by combining fitness, exploration, and networking through walks and activities

    Trans Employment Mela: Transgender people get a shot at respectable jobs

    With over 200 candidates pouring in, the employment fair also discovered the entrepreneurs among them

    Kala Varisa- A group art exhibition

    The exhibition, according to organisers, showcases the vibrant legacy of M K Saxena and his grandchildren, celebrating the artistic endeavours of his family

    Shabd: An evening of Poetry, Storytelling

    The event promises an enchanting evening of Hindustani stories, music, and poetry

    Guru Pranam Utsav: A Celebration of Music and Dance

    The program will feature Hindustani Vocal performances by Guru Anirban Bhattacharya and his talented disciples, including Sidharth Kishore

    2 BY 2: An adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘Comedy of Errors’

    Shakespeare’s ‘Comedy of Errors’ is a classic that has the notion of ‘mistaken identity ‘as its fulcrum or root cause.

    Iconic restaurant ‘The Grill Room’ reopens after four years

    The Grill Room was famous in the 90s for its food, white glove service, and charming décor. It was closed in 2020 during the pandemic

    Teaching the art of making pizzas

    The restaurant, ‘Leo’s at 621’, is offering master classes for pizza making with owner-cum-Head Chef guiding participants in a three-hour-long process

    From the streets of Indore to Delhi

    The festival has kicked off with Poha Jalebi, the quintessential Indore street food staple, and other local favourites like Bhutte Ka Kees and Johnny Hot Dog

    Odia cuisine entices diners at Shangri-La Eros

    Home chef Sai Priya brought out the flavours of Odisha, leaving guests mesmerised with warm mutton and fish curries, alongwith velvety richness of traditional Odia sweet dishes

    Bollywood is not history teacher, says artiste who revived tawaif dance forms

    On portrayal of tawaifs in mainstream media like Heeramandi, Manjari Chaturvedi emphasises the commercial motivations driving Bollywood productions and the limitations of cinematic representations

    ‘People love breeds, not animals’

    Animal activist Manavi Rai, who quit her job to focus on helping animals, says people adopt foreign breeds only to abandon them later; wants people to go for desi breeds

    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

    Lok Sabha polls in pictures: How Delhi is gearing up for 2024 general elections

    With the polls knocking at the door, Patriot captures the national capital’s vibrance in colours

    Haridwar’s magical Ganga aarti now at the banks of Yamuna in Delhi

    DDA’s initiative at Vasudev Ghat offers serene ‘aartis’ twice a week, revitalising riverfront ghats and rekindling residents’ connection with the Yamuna

    Building bonds through Iftar at Jama Masjid

    The 17th century mosque attracts families and groups, who gather to break their fast at sunset

    Scarlet semal turns Delhi’s spring picture perfect

    Amid the city’s hustle and bustle, Semal trees paint the town red with vibrant blossoms in Spring, offering a respite and a feast for the eyes, sometimes at the most unusual sights