Anjani Chadha

Eclectic mix of homegrown brands and vintage businesses all under one roof for Delhiites

The event took place at LetsBunk Poshtel situated in Hauz Khas Village over the weekend.

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Your travel BFF

Rashmi Chadha’s tryst with the travel bug took place at an early age when she had to travel to various places for sports tournaments.

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Macbeth, the timeless tragedy returns

Theatre practitioners in the city are staging a new adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, Macbeth.

28 Nov 2021

An evening with Delhi's cine squad

It was also the first major screening organised by Kriti Film Club—a film screening group in Delhi, which has been showcasing documentaries since 2000—this year. 

27 Nov 2021

Artisanal indulgence in Delhi

Extending a platform to such homegrown brands, Select Citywalk, Saket unveiled ‘The Artisanal Project’

27 Nov 2021

The Anirudh Varma Collective: Raga rendition

An exposure to a multitude of influences played a vital role in building Anirudh Varma’s—a pianist, composer and producer from Delhi—unique style of music.

26 Nov 2021

Going back with the future

A few organisations are using digital means to help children revisit our heritage 

25 Nov 2021

Walk the line with Delhi's Slackline Community

A bunch of slacklining enthusiasts are now bringing this gravity-defying sport to the citizens of Delhi-NCR who are keen on trying out this challenging feat

24 Nov 2021

Women Walk at Midnight: Stroll for liberation in streets of Delhi

This walk was among the many that they organise regularly so as to (leisurely) deconstruct the unsaid patriarchal rule stating women must avoid walking the streets alone at night.  

23 Nov 2021

Bittersweet beginnings for first-year Delhi University students

Just as a new year unfolds, virtually, at Delhi University, a fresh batch - that bid goodbye to their school days digitally - is all set to catch up with their collegiate goals.

22 Nov 2021

Delhi brothers forge a environmental future with 'One Step Greener' project

One Step Greener, a project that started out in Delhi as a personal attempt to segregate recyclables, has now also expanded to Gurugram.

21 Nov 2021

Delhi NGO Protsahan India Foundation fights child abuse with the power of dialogue

Among the many ways that can help children identify abuse, it is importance for adults (related to or familiar with these kids) to approach them for healthy conversations.

20 Nov 2021

Kiara Chettri: Strumming her way to success

After becoming the youngest Indian solo artist to make a mark on the global World Indie Music Charts, Chettri has now submitted her single 'Why' at the Grammy ballots.

19 Nov 2021

Aiming for Delhi's toxin-free future

Working since 1997—the organisation was registered in 1998—Toxics Link seeks to address issues pertaining to waste management and chemical use.

18 Nov 2021

‘You cannot reach people effectively if you are not understood’: Shashi Tharoor 

With a career sprawling over four decades, politician and writer Shashi Tharoor has penned a number of books on diverse themes. His latest, "Pride, Prejudice and Punditry" released on Wednesday.

18 Nov 2021