Shubha Mudgal, one of the most versatile and prominent performers of the new generation of Hindustani musicians, sings for the Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) which completes twenty years of its activities this year. Shubha sang for SAHMAT for the first time in 1991 during a 17-hour non-stop performance […]
Travel Writer and Photographer Ajay Jain invites you to Julley (pronounced Ju-l-ay), a photographic perspective from Ladakh and other Himalayan regions. Julley is a cheerful expression of greeting in Ladakh, and the collection of pictures try to capture just this spirit of the region’s people, culture and landscapes. On display for […]
The Indian chapter of The Climate Project – an international organization of 2500 people who were personally trained by Nobel Laureate Al Gore to spread the message of climate change through in-depth, clear and factual messaging invites the Delhi Press/Journalist community to a special presentation for media about India’s climate change situation. During this global […]
A senior journalist from a European TV channel leans forward to hear Rajendra Singh loud, at the Commonwealth Games village site (November 2007) Even as environmentalists across the city raised massive hue and cry for saving the Yamuna river and its floodplain, and even as their concern was picked by several national and […]
India Habitat Center and the National Geographic Channel present an interesting platform for motivated agents of change. Taglined ‘U can either WAIT for the Change or Be The Change’, IHC calls for enteries for an essay competition on the topic: India’s Youth Energy – Power and Potential – Your Vision Grand […]
A ‘reflection’ on the Yamuna river in Delhi
A street play by Antral, performed under the Canvass for Climate Change, Oxfam forced us to look at these specific linkages.
Khoj Foundation cordially invites all for a play performance – Humein Naaz Hai (Khoj Foundation and Jamghat Production). Started as a project to teach non-formal education to street kids roaming around in the South Delhi locations around R.K. Puram Area, the event is being celebrated as an “Annual Day” function, with […]
Oxfam India calls for Canvas for Climate Change – an event aimed at spreading awareness about the impact of climate change on the average person, especially on poor people in the rural and urban areas. You Music and Art for Climate Change, will see painters and sculptors spread the message through […]
As has been the trend, the ambient air and noise pollution levels for Deepawali 2008 were monitored by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). The results after data analysis for Deepawali 2008 were finally what we have been trying to achieve since a long time. Findings reveal that noise levels as well as air pollution levels […]
In keeping with its DSDS tradition, The Energy & Resources Institute (TERI) will be hosting the next Delhi Sustainable Development Summit from 5th to 7th February, 2009 in New Delhi. The summit in 2009 would seek to reinforce the climate change agenda of the previous year. Based on the theme ‘Towards Copenhagen: […]
Neela Hauz was once a beautiful stretch of nature’s creation with a recorded history of over 500 years. It was frequently visited by migratory birds is known for the occurrence of natural ground water. But all the deeds of PWD added to disturbance in the water table and it is no more a lake anymore, as reported by a resident of Vasant Kunj.