The Union Minister for Women and Child Development, Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi visiting a Stall, after inaugurating the Women of India Organic Festival, in New Delhi on October 01, 2017. The Minister of State for Women and Child Development and Minority Affairs, Dr. Virendra Kumar is also seen.
Kalpvraksha NGO invites all interested to a Fashion Concert for raising awareness for Diabetes Prevention at Dilli Haat, Pitampura! The Fashion Concert will be a blend mix of entertainment and information based on the theme of diabetes prevention awareness. Date: 26 February 2017 (Sunday) Time: 11.00 am to 7.00 pm Venue: Dilli Haat, Janakpuri, Delhi The Event will include Inter-college competitions where students from 10 colleges and institutes of Delhi will be participating to perform on the Theme of Diabetes Awareness. This will be followed by a Fashion Show, a singing performance by a VIP guest, dance performance and Live Band performances. Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body cannot effectivel...
The otherwise sleepy Dilli Haat, Janakpuri came alive on June 5th, World Environment Day with ECORUN, a movement to create awareness about air pollution. Organized by Greenlco Eco Foundation, the ECORUN campaign was flagged off from Dilli Haat Janakpuri by Mr. Rajesh Rishi (MLA from Janapuri, New Delhi). Around 300 people participated in the. 3.5 km run. The ECORUN was followed by painting/ poster competitions for children of all ages on the topic of environment and air pollution. Approximately 250 children participated and expressed themselves, making use of flamboyant colours. Other events included Snakes and Ladders, a campaign to save the Yamuna called Hamaari Yamuna - (Lifeline Delhi Ki), launching of a Made in India LED Bulb and a similar campaign to promote the use of LEDs in
An installation modeling water scarcity on World Water Day at Dilli Haat.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 3 (starting January 14, 2013) 2013. 1. East corp goes beyond its brief for clean city The East Delhi Municipal Corporation, in a bid to have a cleaner city, will literally go beyond its jurisdiction and remove garbage as the municipal commissioner has given a direction to his deputies to make sure that no land or open sites remain dirty. 2. Connaught Place mess to stay till May, deadline extended once again An uninterrupted and smooth walking and shopping experience in Connaught Place is still a few months away — at least till May. “Connaught Place will continue to remain dug up till April-May,” said Archana Arora, chairperson of New Delhi Municipal Council, on Monday. 3. Metro expansion hit
The Department of Environment (DoE), Govt. of NCT of Delhi has been carrying out an effective plantation driver in Delhi during every monsoon. Saplings are distributed free of cost at various centers across the capital for being adopted and planted by citizens who are invited to enrich Delhi's green legacy. The first week of July is also celebrated as the Van Mahostav across India. However, the delayed monsoon this year makes the first week of September an excellent time for this plantation work, giving you time to go adopt a sapling and plant it somewhere close to you! Happy Greening! For more info on finding a nearest free sapling pick up point near your house, write to email@example.com with your locality in the subject line.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 10 (starting March 5, 2012) 2012. 1. Exhibition on forest products on at Dilli Haat Kesraj Jogi sits cross-legged in front of a makeshift kitchen at Dilli Haat - there's a small brick stove, some basic utensils and a pot of brewing tea. It's exactly like his home in Kotputli, Rajasthan, he says. He's here at Green Haat 2012 - the ongoing exhibition of forest-based products - and is contributing by preparing nomadic food. 2. Play it safe this Holi, use natural colours No matter how tempting those shining reds, blues, greens, yellows and purples may seem, you should double check the quality of colours that you use this Holi to avoid skin allergies, eye irritation and a host of other health problems th...
File photo of protest against Bt-Brinjal in: The Anti-GM wave has touched all parts of the country. The controversial Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India (BRAI) bill which has been tabled in the Monsoon session of the Parliament is facing much resistance from civil society across India. According to Greenpeace India, the Bill will end the right to safe food by promoting (rather than regulating) the introduction of Genetically Engineered (GE) crops in the country. The debate in India on GE crops had started with Bt cotton, the only commercially approved (non-edible at least by humans) GE crop in the country (since March, 2002) and now revolves around the approval of Bt Brinjal, which could be the first GE food crop in India. According to analysis by the Greenpeace India, t
National Coordinator of UNDP's Small Grants Programme P.S. Sodhi (r) at Green Haat. The festival highlights the real green economy which sustains a major part of India. India is the global host of the 2011 World Environment Day (WED), the principal vehicle through which the Unites Nations stimulates worldwide awareness about the environment every year. The WED theme for 2011 is Forests: Nature at Your Service. As part of the celebrations of the WED 2011, the Dilli Haat at INA has become the organizing venue for Green Haat: a portrait of the real green economy that sustains a major population of India. The Green Haat is being organized by the Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF), Government of India in association with various organisations like CEE (Centre for Environment Ed
February 28 is celebrated as the National Science Day in India and is an opportunity for various agencies for promoting science, education and its communication in the country. The day is chosen to mark the discovery of Raman Effect by Sir C.V. Raman on February 28, 1928, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930. Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, FRS, (November 1888 – 21 November 1970) was an Indian physicist and Nobel laureate in physics recognized for his work on the molecular scattering of light and for the discovery of the Raman Effect, which is named after him. The National Science Center in Delhi will be concluding its week long celebrations tomorrow with a public lecture and a painting competition. 2011 is the International Year of Chemistry and Karnataka State Cou