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Aman Kanojiya

A graduate in arts, Aman is a photography enthusiast. A travel and street photographer, he is also getting a grip on food and fashion photography. A web executive at Media India Group, he designs web pages and takes care of web maintenance. At MIG, Aman is also responsible for designing newsletters. To improve his skills he also teaching himself various software including Adobe photoshop and Lightroom.

The school bells finally ring for students in Delhi

The school bells finally ring for students in Delhi

January 18, 2021

It was perhaps a rhythm that most ought to have already forgotten. But on Monday morning, after a long gap of over 10 months, students of Govt. CO ED. Sec. School Jangpura, were all back to their pre pandemic routine of waking up early in the morning, putting on their school unif...

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Chhath Puja 2020: Celebrating Chhath amid Covid-19

Chhath Puja 2020: Celebrating Chhath amid Covid-19

November 21, 2020

Chhath is considered to be the last leg of festivities in the Hindu tradition. Dedicated to the Sun God, Chhath Puja is celebrated on the sixth day after Deepawali, one of the most popular Hindu festivals, giving it the name Suryasasthi.

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New Delhi police try to suppress alleged rape & murder of dalit minor

New Delhi police try to suppress alleged rape & murder of dalit minor

November 3, 2020

Human rights activists joined in a protest by the family of a young dalit girl that had allegedly been raped and killed in New Delhi on October 4. Weeks after the gruesome rape and murder of a dalit girl in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh, another similar incident has emerged in the natio...

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100 years of Jamia Millia Islamia University

100 years of Jamia Millia Islamia University

October 29, 2020

Right from the moment when it was founded in 1920, Jamia Millia Islamia University has been moving through uncharted waters. As it turns 100, it needs that quality more than ever.

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New Delhi police try to suppress alleged rape & murder of dalit minor

New Delhi police try to suppress alleged rape & murder of dalit minor

October 27, 2020

murder of dalit, Human rights activists joined in a protest by the family of a young Dalit girl that had allegedly been raped and killed in New Delhi on October 4.

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UP Government pressure on Ghaziabad dalit converts

UP Government pressure on Ghaziabad dalit converts

October 24, 2020

“Just within a week of our conversion to Buddhism, suddenly the local MLA, police and even municipal bodies have rushed to listen to our problems. We have seen authorities suddenly providing us with electricity connections, ration cards and other amenities. We have also been pr...

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236 dalits adopt Buddhism in protest against Hathras Case

236 dalits adopt Buddhism in protest against Hathras Case

October 16, 2020

dalit conversion in india, The Hathras rape and murder case has again brought focus on the precarious situation of the Dalits in the country in the past few years.

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Delhi’s drum makers abandon art for rag picking during pandemic

Delhi’s drum makers abandon art for rag picking during pandemic

September 29, 2020

“How are we going to sell anything if they don’t even allow public celebrations of any festivals. Navratri is here but they are not allowing any one to celebrate it. If people don’t participate in festivities how are people like us going to survive? This has traditionally b...

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Farmers across India on streets in Bharat Bandh against Farm Bills

Farmers across India on streets in Bharat Bandh against Farm Bills

September 25, 2020

A whole host of farmers’ organisations, political parties and civil rights activists joined in protests on Friday as part of the Bharat Bandh general strike called in protest against the three controversial farm reform bills passed in Parliament earlier this week. In Punjab, ra...

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Pandemic deprives 40 pc children in Delhi of right to education

Pandemic deprives 40 pc children in Delhi of right to education

August 28, 2020

Despite lockdown being eased in many states, educational institutes have remained shut and are continuing with online lessons. However, the most vulnerable parts of the society have been paying a heavy price due to a huge digital divide. Children in Yamuna Khadar village in easte...

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World Photography Day 2020: Picturing the pandemic

World Photography Day 2020: Picturing the pandemic

August 19, 2020

On World Photography Day 2020, Media India Group tells the story of struggles of ordinary persons in dealing with Covid-19 through the photographs captured during the pandemic.

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Janmashtami 2020: Delhi welcomes Lord Krishna amidst pandemic

Janmashtami 2020: Delhi welcomes Lord Krishna amidst pandemic

August 13, 2020

Even through the ongoing pandemic and fear of infections, the annual celebration of Janmashtami, witnessed enthusiasm among devotees in the national capital New Delhi. Janmashtami is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Krishna, believed to be the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishn...

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