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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 photojournalism and videography & editing. 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 is also teaching himself various software including Adobe Premiere Pro.

Delhi’s wrestlers aspire for Paris Olympics

Delhi’s wrestlers aspire for Paris Olympics

January 5, 2022

Wrestling or Kushti as it is known in India is one of the oldest traditional sports in the country. Medal-winning performances by some Indian wrestlers in World Championships and the Olympic Games have spurred many others to set their sights high and are working towards replicati...

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India In 2021

India In 2021

January 3, 2022

A year that brought for many, more negativity than positivity. In 2021 India was hit hard by the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic and many other natural and human disasters. There were barely a handful of positives like performance of Indian team at the Tokyo Olympics. As we star...

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Farmers Protest: A year of struggles, losses and wins

Farmers Protest: A year of struggles, losses and wins

December 25, 2021

On a wintry Saturday afternoon, as the Sun begins its descent on the horizon, the tension that had been ever-present at the Singhu Border, the site of farmers’ protest in New Delhi for over a year, seems to have disappeared. Instead, there is an air of relaxed humour and banter...

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Devotees throng churches to celebrate Christmas

Devotees throng churches to celebrate Christmas

December 25, 2021

The entire world takes some time off this time of the year. On December 25, people with their family and friends meet and celebrate the joyous birth of Lord Jesus by sharing laughs, cakes and cookies. Christmas also commemorates the spirit of giving, affection and encourages harm...

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Tears and cheers as farmers bid farewell

Tears and cheers as farmers bid farewell

December 18, 2021

Mixed emotions dominate the mood at various sites on Delhi’s borders where thousands of farmers and their supporters have protested for almost 13 months. The happiness and cheer is clearly all around as farmers begin packing up to go back home at long last after their union...

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Farmers Protest: A saga of sorrow and delight

Farmers Protest: A saga of sorrow and delight

December 13, 2021

“Jo bole so Nihaal! Sat Sri Akal” shouts a young boy, sitting in the driver’s seat on a tractor at the Singhu Border on Saturday as his family finished packing their belongings on the journey back home as the year-long farmers’ protest at Singhu Border was suspended by fa...

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Poor poll prospects push Modi to repeal farm laws

Poor poll prospects push Modi to repeal farm laws

November 20, 2021

The repeal of the extremely contentious farm laws is one of the biggest political and ideological defeats for the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which had over the past 18 months invested a lot of air time as well political capital and its entire weight behind the fa...

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Thousands mark Chhath Puja 2021 in Delhi

Thousands mark Chhath Puja 2021 in Delhi

November 11, 2021

It is still dark, with the dense, toxic smog that has come to symbolise New Delhi each winter, enveloping in a tight embrace the entire city and the Yamuna River, already covered with a dense toxic foam. As the city lights struggle to penetrate the poisonous air and even before t...

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Potters Village in Delhi: Shaping a bright Diwali

Potters Village in Delhi: Shaping a bright Diwali

November 4, 2021

During the festive season, the narrow lanes of West Delhi’s “Kumhar Gaon” or Potter’s Village seem flooded with a wide range of artistic terracotta pottery creations. The artists, who have mastered this skill over several generations voice their concerns over the dominan...

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Ghazipur flower market blooms again

Ghazipur flower market blooms again

November 3, 2021

As one enters the Ghazipur flower market one can only see heaps of colourful flowers spread across the entire market, sprawled on over 15 acres of land and considered to be the biggest flower market in India. Rose, lily, mogra, marigold, orchid, chrysanthemum, rajnigandha — you...

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Delhi’s transgenders lend helping hand to Yamuna clean up

Delhi’s transgenders lend helping hand to Yamuna clean up

October 25, 2021

  On Saturday, Delhi-based NGO Aarohan came together with volunteers from AIIMS, Delhi Police and organisations like ISKCON and the Lahar Foundation to conduct a cleanup of the Yamuna River at ITO Chhat Ghat. The cleanup is an annual event and this year Aarohan, along with i...

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Diwali lights up Potters’ Village in Delhi

Diwali lights up Potters’ Village in Delhi

October 23, 2021

  With Diwali and several other festivals just coming up, West Delhi’s “Kumhar Gaon” or Potter’s Village seems flooded with a wide range of artistic terracotta pottery creations, all made by artisans who have been practicing this art for several generations. The bigg...

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