Sumegha Gulati

Articles By Sumegha Gulati

A first for many: heritage walk for differently-abled on Saturday in Delhi

Planet Abled is the brainchild of Neha Arora, 31. Born to a visually impaired father and a polio-affected mother, she tried looking for easy travel options for her parents.

Uber rape case: Life sentence for accused, woman’s father says she’s ‘moved on’ with marriage, job abroad

The victim got married around a month ago to her fiance to whom she had got engaged prior to the rape, the father confirmed.

16th Tibetan Parliamentary elections: A new contender has split the Tibetan society down the middle

A former political prisoner who spent six years in a jail in China-occupied Tibet, Lukar Jam is probably the only aspiring political leader in the history of Tibet to openly challenge umey-lam, the middle way approach proposed by His Holiness Dalai Lama.

Uber rape victim withdraws case filed in US court

Victim's father says: Company called us to Hong Kong for mediation, we said no.

Uber in spotlight again as woman accuses driver of molestation

Licensed driver kisses passenger’s hand then pulls her over as friends watch.

On World Heritage Day, Batashewala tomb opens

AKTC Chief Engineer Rajpal Singh explained how the collapsed eastern facade was restored.

UPPSC asks candidates to submit photo proof of disability

Order in violation of central government directive.

National Museum to hold Santhal music exhibition

The exhibition will showcase three types of objects related to the Santhals’ musical tradition.

Death by Breath: Metro helps but

Expansion will still account for only 15% of commuter trips.

‘Imagine how it would have been without Metro,’ says Delhi Metro CMD Mangu Singh

Air quality cannot be the responsibility of the Metro, just like the whole transport system of the city cannot depend only on the Metro, says Singh.

Replicate Humayun’s Tomb work at Taj Mahal: Aga trust told

Minister of Tourism and Culture Mahesh Sharma lays foundation of Humayun’s Tomb Site Museum.

On Delhi’s southern edge, a colony of skirt makers

For almost a decade now, this has been the only livelihood of most households in Lakhpat Colony.

Two performances in capital to celebrate decade of Dastangoi

A dastan on Mughal prince Dara Shikoh was performed on Friday at Ambedkar University.

Kailash Vajpeyi: A poet embraces his favourite subject – death

Poets across the spectrum agree that Vajpeyi had a 'distinct' style of writing that has gone with him.

Barakhamba stands tall again

The monument is located on the eastern end of Lodi Road near the Sabz Burj roundabout.

The Sunday Story: Their daughter, her fight

Three months after the Uber rape, the lives of a North Delhi family have turned upside down.

DU team looks at recharging baolis to solve water shortage

History professor says baolis will have to be recharged and linked to water table first.

ASI red flags school for illegal construction near Humayun’s Tomb

The school, however, said it is only increasing the height of the boundary wall so that students don’t jump over.

Deccan artefacts to be displayed in New York

According to officials at the National Museum, exhibition has been conceptualised on various art objects from various collaborators, one of which is India.

Use tech to make women in city secure, Sisodia tells students

Sisodia said, “One of the many problems is women’s safety, cleanliness among others. Please think of how we can solve these.”