NCB trying to bring back couple from Qatar which “unintentionally” carried drugs in baggage

The couple, Mohammad Shareeq and Oniba Kauser Shakeel Ahmed, was arrested at the Hamad International Airport in Doha by the drug enforcement agencies with... Read more »

After finishing his duty this Delhi Police constable teaches poor children

"I started this school in 2016, with four children. Today, there are around 50 children. Some of them have gone back to their village... Read more »

COVID-19 is fueling hunger in an already hungry world

For while COVID has upended the entire food system, it has hit smallholders and their families hardest. They number some 2 billion people... Read more »

JFK vs. Nixon – the first televised presidential debate

On 26 September 1960 two of the most fascinating men in US politics, Senator John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) and Vice President Richard Nixon (1913-1994),... Read more »

Despite of many schemes for children in West Bengal parents sell baby because of poverty

"It is quite unethical on the part of the parents to take such a drastic call. By doing such things they are also committing... Read more »

Bengaluru’s iconic flower market hit hard by pandemic

"Unless schools, colleges and corporates start functioning to full capacity, the demand for flowers will continue to be sluggish." Read more »

Furious monkeys engaged in war cause two human lives in Taj city

The deceased Laxman Tulisiani, a gold valuer, and Veera, a beldaar, were on the second floor of the dilapidated house when the wall of... Read more »

A remarkable journey from an Kashmiri orphanage to clearing KAS

"I learned how to convert challenges into opportunities with full self-confidence and dedication. Finally it paid me off and I have made it to... Read more »

This hero continues to feed the hungry and help the needy still reeling under impact of lockdown

For the last 170 days, this MBA graduate has been distributing ration kits among the needy every day. Men and women can be seen... Read more »

Hunger, inequality, climate change, poverty – Can the world become a better place?

Large parts of the population… are still too poor to feed themselves: however much food there is available, unless you improve purchasing power... you... Read more »

Entire village had tears in their eyes as a stranded Spanish cyclist leaves

The 41-years-old Spanish national had intended to stay a week at Bokotial village in connection with a festival but ended up spending more than... Read more »

Silences of the abandoned

Capturing the migrants at different locations to framing Delhi's iconic landmarks in their deserted avatars, Sharma wanted to be closer to a frightening reality:... Read more »

New campaign spotlights stories of courage and hope amid Covid-19

This campaign will feature true stories of everyday Indians who have overcome challenges caused by the pandemic with resilience. Read more »

How Delhi Police reunites 16 year old girl with her family who went missing six years ago

The Anti-Human Trafficking unit of South East Delhi Police was told by the observation home that the girl was brought to the place six... Read more »

Former school teacher sells paintings for survival

Speaking to IANS, Ghotwal said he lost his job two months back as the management at a private school in which he was teaching... Read more »

Art workshops for women prisoners brings hope and smiles back on faces

Overall, the workshops salvaged the anxiety of these women inmates due to the trauma of imprisonment, separated from their families, their lives wasting in... Read more »

Story books bring joy to children in Himachal Pradesh amid pandemic

This comes at a time when little children were locked up in their respective homes amid the coronavirus scare or have now restrictions placed... Read more »

How ‘Dhaki’ became silent movement for women empowerment in West Bengal

These women, aged between 13 and 46 years had to brave social barriers to venture into the field of drumming. But people like Nipa... Read more »

Asian Art Week

This season presents twelve auctions featuring over 1,000 objects from 5,000 years of art spanning all epochs and categories of Asian art comprising... Read more »

Amid pandemic many do good to strangers, giving hope

To help the needy during the coronavirus pandemic, many have tured out to be Messiahs. Ankit Gupta is one such person who helped those... Read more »