Sanitation worker at JNU ends life; delayed payments to blame: family

His dues had been delayed by over three months, says victim’s family; JNU says the employee’s salary was paid regularly

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

Virat Kohli to lose confidence if back…? Ashwin gives this answer

Despite a stellar IPL season, Virat Kohli struggles in the T20 World Cup, prompting debate on his batting position. Confidence in his resurgence remains high as India advances.

T20 World Cup: Kohli’s Explosive Practice Session Sets the Tone for Super 8s Campaign

Virat Kohli’s exuberant celebration during a net session in Barbados highlighted his determination as Team India intensifies their preparations for the crucial Super 8s opener against Afghanistan on June 20th.

These Five Star Players Might Be Playing Last T20 World Cup

Top cricketers like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli may retire after the 2024 T20 World Cup, while Shakib al Hasan and Andre Russell face decisions about their T20 careers.

T20 World Cup: Shubman Gill, Avesh Khan to return to India, says report

Shubman Gill and Avesh Khan, currently serving as travelling reserves for India’s T20 World Cup 2024 squad in the USA, are set to return to India after the group stage.

Businesses harness the rainbow, flourish during Pride Month

Pride Month initiatives provide businesses with platform to increase visibility and reach new audiences; however, lack of employment opportunities to LGBTQ+ remain a concern

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

Exhibition: Ananda

The exhibition hosting at the Visual Art Gallery India Habitat Centre in New Delhi will be on display from June 27

Exhibition: Vision In Motion

Experience the vibrant diversity of contemporary Indian art at “Vision in Motion,” an exhibition by Akatva Arts Foundation featuring eminent and emerging artists

Mango Festival

Featuring over 100 different varieties of mangoes, this festival promises an amazing and educational experience for people of all ages

Exhibition: A Bollywood Retro

The exhibition runs until July 14, 2024. Visitors can immerse themselves in the world of Bollywood cinema through J H Thakker’s lens

Rampur food festival: UP’s lesser-known treasure trove

Holiday Inn at Mayur Vihar spread the table with delicacies from Rampur, whose rich flavours and diverse heritage set its cuisine apart from the more famous Lakhnavi fare

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

Delhi: An urban eco-farmer beats the odds

Overcoming a severe accident and pandemic challenges, Anant Mandelia revitalised his sustainable farming startup, Delia, setting a benchmark in organic produce and winning prestigious awards

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

Delhi burns in heatwave as temperatures skyrocket 

Lack of cooling facilities in the Capital leaves people parched and searching for relief

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