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

‘Alive, but every organ failing’: GN Saibaba’s painful 10 years behind bars

Surviving a decade-long incarceration, the disabled former professor of Delhi University reveals harrowing details of systemic failures in prison healthcare

‘Battue La Terre’: A fusion of tennis and theatre

The French play, enthralls audiences at the RK Khanna Tennis Stadium, through a distinctive method of storytelling

‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ gave me an identity in Bollywood: Mir Sarwar

The actor, who has also featured in ‘Phantom’, ‘Dishoom’, ‘Aiyaary’ and ‘Gadar 2’, says the role in Salman Khan-starrer boosted his career

Want filmmakers to give me different roles: Anup Soni

The actor of ‘Crime Patrol’ and ‘Balika Vadhu’ fame says that the Bollywood film industry has not tapped into his talent enough

Playing ball to reform and uplift the needy

Saif Ullah Khan, a national-level rugby player, is leveraging the power of rugby to transform lives and aid those in need

IPL 2024: Kolkata Knight Riders beat Delhi Capitals by 106 runs

Batting first, Sunil Narine and Angkrish Raghuvanshi struck scintillating half-centuries to power Kolkata Knight Riders to an imposing 272 for seven

Mayank Yadav shines on IPL debut with scorching pace

Life has changed overnight for the Yadav family from West Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh with the 24 deliveries that their 21-year-old son bowled for Lucknow Super Giants in the IPL game against Punjab Kings on the evening of March 30

The league of extraordinary basketball fans

Five alumni of the Hindu College have joined hands to start a basketball league for college-going students; the second edition this year was a success thanks to increase in teams and sponsors

  • 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

    Dance like a man: Male Indian classical performers demand empathy

    In the mesmerising world of Indian classical dance, where grace meets tradition and storytelling transcends time, male dancers often….

    ‘Here Comes The Sun’: A solo exhibition by Sangeeta Singh

    The Exhibition will feature approximately twenty-five paintings and three sculptures

    Art Diversity 2024: 2nd chapter of India, Philippines exchange

    In the inaugural chapter of the exchange, Indian delegates had gone to Philippines where Manila unfurled its vibrant tapestry in February 2023, at the World Trade Centre where the exhibition took place

    Renaissance: A festival of dance

    The primary objective of this festival is to promote art and culture within society, with a special focus on uplifting the weaker sections who possess immense talent but lack the financial means to showcase their artistry

    A picture worth words

    Suresh Chandra Jangid hails from Varanasi and comes from Rajasthan by now is a familiar name in the world of visual art, an alumni of Rajasthan School of Art

    The Café Stone: Blend of food and heritage

    A circular monument in the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, which has been converted into a café, is attracting huge footfall

    Bukhara: The hottest table in the country

    Bukhara, the iconic restaurant which has served former US Presidents and ex-United Kingdom Prime Ministers and several other celebrities, is celebrating its 45th year of existence

    Sky is the limit: Open-air cinemas gaining ground

    Al fresco theatres offer a unique and enchanting movie-watching experience under the vast night sky, allowing viewers to socialise and connect

    World’s smallest chef Le Petit enthrals audience at Shangri-La Eros

    The show is an extraordinary fusion of theatre and dining as the world’s smallest chef, along with his friends, takes you to an immersive experience

    ‘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

    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

    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

    Election Museum: Cherishing India’s electoral legacy

    The museum at Kashmere Gate is an ideal place to learn about the evolution of the world’s largest democracy

    New Delhi’s Central Park blossoms with two-day flower festival

    Boasting an impressive array of diverse flowers and plants, the city has its residents in for a spring surprise. To bring attention to horticulture and greenery, floral animals also adorned the festival