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Aman Kanojiya

I'm a graduate in arts, I am a photography and videography enthusiast. I also have a good grasp on photojournalism, Videography & editing. I am a Multimedia Journalist at Media India Group, I also some working web, I design web pages and takes care of web maintenance. At MIG, I improve my skills I also learning various software including Adobe After Effects. and also Student of Photography Promotion Trust.

Portraits of pride from Delhi Queer Pride Parade 2023

Portraits of pride from Delhi Queer Pride Parade 2023

January 11, 2023

Beating the severe cold and layers of fog in the national capital on Sunday, Barakhamba road wore a vibrant and cheerful colours, where thousands of persons dressed in bright and attractive colours took part in Delhi’s Pride Parade after a gap of three years.  

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Bharat Jodo Yatra resumes after week-long break

Bharat Jodo Yatra resumes after week-long break

January 3, 2023

After a week-long break for Christmas and New Year, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was joined by thousands of supporters at the resumption of Bharat Jodo Yatra this morning in New Delhi. Gandhi prayed at a Hanuman temple at Kashmere Gate before leading the march towards the Uttar P...

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Christmas to make a difference at Le Meridien, New Delhi

Christmas to make a difference at Le Meridien, New Delhi

December 24, 2022

As Christmas is a festival to spread cheer and happiness all around, Le Meridien hotel in New Delhi is celebrating Christmas with a difference, in spirit and letter. The hotel has collaborated with a young artist, Nehmat Mongia to create a sustainable Christmas installation, comp...

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Interview with Kristín Anna Tryggvadóttir, Deputy Head, Mission of Iceland to India

Interview with Kristín Anna Tryggvadóttir, Deputy Head, Mission of Iceland to India

October 31, 2022

Iceland is keen to strengthen business ties with India and is looking forward to an early conclusion of the ongoing negotiations for a free trade agreement between India and EFTA, of which it is a part. Kristín Anna Tryggvadóttir deputy head of mission of Iceland to India tells...

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Delhi bids adieu to Durga on Vijayadashami

Delhi bids adieu to Durga on Vijayadashami

October 5, 2022

  Women, dressed in traditional Bengali sarees, men sporting the dhoti-kurtas and children turned up in strength on the day that brings curtains down on the biggest festival of the Bengali community worldwide. One of the largest gatherings was at the Kali Mandir, the main te...

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Interview with Anmol Gagan Maan, Minister of Tourism & Culture, Punjab

Interview with Anmol Gagan Maan, Minister of Tourism & Culture, Punjab

September 28, 2022

With a variety of attractions for tourism, notably its ancient and royal heritage as well as a very vibrant culture, Punjab can be a major destination for tourists from India and abroad. Punjab Tourism Minister Anmol Gagan Mann tells MIGTV in an interview that her ministry is pre...

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Handcrafting the idols of Lord Ganesha during Ganesh Chaturthi

Handcrafting the idols of Lord Ganesha during Ganesh Chaturthi

August 29, 2022

  India is a country where every other day is a celebration and people love to dwell in the joy of festivities. With Ganesh Chaturthi, also called Vinayak Chaturthi fast approaching, the attention has turned to western India where the festival is widely celebrated, especiall...

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Demands of justice for Bilkis Bano ring loud in Jantar Mantar in New Delhi

Demands of justice for Bilkis Bano ring loud in Jantar Mantar in New Delhi

August 27, 2022

Over 300 persons, mainly women belonging to various human rights groups, staged a protest at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on Saturday as part of the ongoing, nationwide protests against the remission granted by Gujarat government to 11 persons convicted of gang-rape and murder in t...

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Tribals’ Struggle for Independence Continues

Tribals’ Struggle for Independence Continues

August 14, 2022

Though India has completed 75 years of independence, the situation of the tribal community in the country has hardly changed, instead in many ways, it has become worse. Numbering over 104 million or 8.6 pc of the total population of India, the tribals have been oppressed, their l...

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Board is set as 44th International Chess Olympiad begins in Chennai

Board is set as 44th International Chess Olympiad begins in Chennai

July 28, 2022

India is hosting the first-ever International Chess Olympiad, world’s biggest chess event, the 44th International Olympiad, organised by Fédération Internationale des Échecs (FIDE). The largest global chess championship is set to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Mod...

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Interview with Rajneesh Kumar, General Manager, Courtyard by Marriott Aravali Resort

Interview with Rajneesh Kumar, General Manager, Courtyard by Marriott Aravali Resort

July 23, 2022

Positioning itself as a unique leisure hotel, set in lush-green surroundings of the Aravalli hills, about 30 km from New Delhi, Courtyard by Marriott is the latest property of the global group in north India. General Manager Rajneesh Kumar tells MIG TV that he is counting on the ...

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Siege of Silger: Determined tribals take on Big Business

Siege of Silger: Determined tribals take on Big Business

July 19, 2022

A fact finding committee of journalists and activists has released a report on the ongoing Siege of Silger in Chhattisgarh and the vocal year-long protest by tribals living in the tiny village against the presence of CRPF forces that have set up numerous camps on the tribals’ l...

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