A usual scene from Chandni Chowk: Delhi’s oldest and busiest market Chandni Chowk – a major street in the walled city of Old Delhi, established by the Mughals over three centuries ago, is one of the oldest and busiest markets in all of North India. The region has retained its historical character amidst considerable urban challenges, and the […]
Here’s the deal: The United States has historically contributed the most to global warming, and over the past eight years it’s done the least to stop it. In fact, the U.S. has actively tried to block progress on a global climate deal. Whoever takes office as U.S. President next year […]
Delhi Greens wishes a very Happy, Safe and Cracker free Diwali to everybody!!
The YP Foundation presents: The Butterfly Project Film Series 2008 – ‘Breaking Stereotypes’ – A festival that showcases amateur and professional filmmakers. A two day national film festival that questions boundaries. The ones we need versus the ones we create for ourselves. Featuring films, photography, art and discussions on gender, […]
Baoli – A centuries old step-well in the heart of Delhi city. The urbanization process in India in the 20th century led to the formation of large city-centers with very high density of population. The urban sprawl also meant an immense pressure on the natural resources of these city-centers thus […]