Sunday, December 3, 2023

Topic: New Delhi

Farmers’ protest: Death toll at Delhi border crosses 500

With the ongoing farmers' agitation in and around the national capital in its 192nd day, , more than 500 farmers linked to the protests have passed away.

Dalit women body demands judicial probe into OBC minor girl’s death in Delhi

On 4 October, a 17-year-old OBC girl, was found dead at her employer’s house at D10/3, Model Town, New Delhi. A fact finding report has been released on friday by All India Dalit Mahila Adhikar Manch (AIDMAM), an autonomous unit of National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) and a platform for women from Dalit communities in India to escalate voices for justice.

Emerging NGO ‘Samunnathi’ Working On Urban Homelessness In New Delhi

Samunnathi is an NGO (under incorporation) that works for the cause of urban poverty and homelessness in Delhi. The organization proposes to initiate a project to address the issue of poverty among the urban homeless.

Delhi Turns Into A Gas Chamber; Pollution Levels Surged Into Heights

The CM of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal called the city as Gas Chamber in twitter. ‘Every year this happens during this part of the year.We have to find out a solution to crop burning in adjoining areas’ he said referring to smoke caused by the burning of crops in the northern states like Haryana and Uttar Pradesh which borders with Delhi.

Does Modi have anything to say about Najeeb? Fathima Nafees asks

Hundreds of students on Friday staged a protest outside the Central Bureau of Investigation headquarters in New Delhi, demanding the justice for najeeb , Jawaharlal Nehru University student. The protestors included students from JNU, Delhi University and Jamia Millia Islamia University. Ahmad’s mother, Fatima Nafees, and his sister Sadaf also participated in the agitation.

Break The Fast With The ‘People of Nowhere.’ Ramadan of Rohingyan Muslims in Delhi

Now that the holy month is coming to an end and the world is looking forward to the celebration of Muslims all over it is just another day of anguish for many like Abdul Khan, who has to drag on, hopeless! "Eid isn't special. Every Eid I remember my family in Burma and would feel that intolerable desire to go back to them. And I cry aloud...", he says.