In 1980,as a fresh graduate from the National Institute of Design (NID),Ahmedabad,textile designer Neeru Kumar decided to indulge her fascination for the various kinds of hand-weaving techniques in the country.
She had always worked with them,clicking away on her Nikon. But after a decade of capturing impoverished street children on camera,freelance photographer Shikha Khanna,27,felt she had to work for them.
The current economic downturn has not left this editor concerned. After all,Din Duniya,the Urdu news magazine that was started in 1921...
In a midnight drama near the Indira Gandhi International Airport in the early hours of Saturday,the CISF personnel fired three rounds at two men who tried to flee when they called out to them around 1.10 am.
Here's another indication of the economic slowdown: American design label Ed Hardy,which opened its first store amid much fanfare in Connaught Place in March 2008,has already shut down.
Revenue collected from stamp duty following sale or transfer of property is slated to nosedive at the end of this fiscal,and Haryana has found the black sheep: Gurgaon.
A Designer employed with a local computer unit found his wife and two children dead,with their throats slit,at their house in Binda Pur,Uttam Nagar,on Friday night.
The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) has identified six more persons,including two agents from the city,for their involvement in the multi-crore DDA housing allotment scam.
A day after a successful allottee in DDAs recent housing scheme was mysteriously found dead near his house in this Rajasthan village...
The roots of fundamentalism in the subcontinent run deep,perhaps deeper than the Partition of India, says Sheema Kermani,whose group Tehrik-e-Niswan is part of the Pakistani contingent at the ongoing Bharat Rang Mahotsav...
Lounge by the windows of Baywatch at Sheraton Hotel,Saket with a table resplendent with exotic goodies.
M L Talwar was elected as president of the Indian Express Newspapers Workers' Union for 2008-09 on Friday.
A 70-year-old man was shot dead in the Achepur village of Rabupura area in Noida on Saturday.
A pleasant and warmer morning greeted Delhiites on Saturday,with the minimum temperature settling at a comfortable 7.9 degrees Celsius.
The Capital underwent yet another day of unannounced powercuts on Saturday. Even with officials of Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) calling off their strike...
The rape of a 40-year-old household help near Gurgaons Rajiv Chowk on Friday morning,allegedly by a call centre cab driver,has driven home the security threat often posed to the Millennium City by these drivers.
To ensure that the chhote aatankwadis do not wreck havoc during the Republic Day parade,the Delhi Police is drafting a specially-trained team of langurs.
A 10-year-old boy,who was found dead with multiple head injuries in the Jaitpur area of the Capital earlier this week...
Surgical instruments have gone missing from Delhi governments biggest hospital in West Delhi.
A petition seeking a direction to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and the NCT government for the provision of drinking water and toilet facilities for commuters in trains has been filed in the Delhi High Court.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union organised a protest at Jantar Mantar on Saturday and has urged the Centre to cut ties with Israel,as a sign of protest against its invasion of Gaza.
Three more accused were arrested by the Noida police on Saturday in the case involving the gangrape of an MBA student on Monday evening.
It seems the image of Delhi Police officers has taken a severe beating in the eye of the court.
The agitation of lawyers bodies against the proposed amendments in the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) gained momentum on Saturday with as many as 26 bar associations of Delhi and NCR regions deciding to go on a days strike on January 14.
A 38-year-old accountant along with his wife and a teenage daughter were murdered on Friday night in Hapur. Their heads and faces were found smashed.