Human Interest

Tej Prakash Bhardwaj  -January 13, 2024

Majority of the 20,000 beds in shelter homes remain unoccupied as many homeless people “prefer sleeping in the open out of choice” or due to lack of identity cards

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Tanisha Saxena -December 29, 2023

Many in the city, including those visiting for medical treatment, are struggling to find warm spaces in the capital in peak winter

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Muhammad Tahir -June 20, 2023

Ahmad Khan Anjam started an institute in 2017 to teach English, Indian languages and other subjects to fellow Afghan refugees, but lack of funds may lead to its closure

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Ahona Sengupta -October 28, 2022

While CEOs see side jobs as ‘cheating’, for most employees, it’s the only way to make ends meet in the post-pandemic age when prices are ‘skyrocketing’ with every passing day. They say it’s the only way to survive the flood of expenses

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SA Sneha -June 29, 2022

Following a tweet by Soumya Mishra, Twitter was abuzz with a debate around whether gynaecologists should ask about marital status to understand if the patient is sexually active

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Judith Mariya Antony -June 26, 2022

Tucked away in corners of Delhi, away from the public eye, are leprosy ashrams and colonies to accommodate those who suffer from this disfiguring disease. They struggle to live a normal life, finding comfort among their own kind but not accepted by society

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Jayali Wavhal and Judith Mariya Antony -June 14, 2022

With evolving technology providing better and easier laundry alternatives, and recurring water supply issues in the capital, Delhi’s traditional dhobi ghats are facing an existential crisis. Limited consumer market and lack of support from the administration is adding to their woes

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Mohd Shehwaaz Khan -June 10, 2022

Queer spaces are usually imagined as class-less and caste-less spaces where sexual identity predominantly rules. However, these sexual identities are mostly interwoven with class or other social landscapes that are often ignored within the framework of sexual politics

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