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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.

Kisan Mahapanchayat: Farmers step up heat in poll-bound states

Kisan Mahapanchayat: Farmers step up heat in poll-bound states

September 10, 2021

The massive gathering of farmers organised in Muzaffarnagar on Sunday, that drew over 500,000 persons as well as leaders of 300 farmer unions from 15 states across India not only sent a clear message to the Uttar Pradesh government but the entire leadership of the Bharatiya Janat...

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Kisan Mahapanchayat: Farmers step up heat in poll-bound states

Kisan Mahapanchayat: Farmers step up heat in poll-bound states

September 7, 2021

The massive gathering of farmers organised in Muzaffarnagar on Sunday, that drew over 500,000 persons as well as leaders of 300 farmer unions from 15 states across India not only sent a clear message to the Uttar Pradesh government but the entire leadership of the Bharatiya Janat...

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‘Kisan Sansad’ at Jantar Mantar, aims to create farmers’ parliament

‘Kisan Sansad’ at Jantar Mantar, aims to create farmers’ parliament

July 22, 2021

As the farmers’ protest against three farm laws rammed through the Parliament last year by the government without any debate enters its eighth month, the farmers have upped the ante on their by and large peaceful protest to pressure ruling party as well as opposition parliament...

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International Day of Forests 2021

International Day of Forests 2021

March 22, 2021

Forests all over the world face existential threat as logging and forest fires regularly claim millions of hectares of forests Though large parts of India have so far remained free of any major forest fires, except in the Himalayan states of Uttarakhand and Himachal, the threat t...

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International Women’s Day 2021in India

International Women’s Day 2021in India

March 8, 2021

March 8 marks International Women’s Day to celebrate women and their achievements. However, in India, despite many promises and a little progress, women continue to face serious gender discrimination and challenges, often even for survival even before they are born. For a count...

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A Sufi Basant at Nizamuddin Dargah

A Sufi Basant at Nizamuddin Dargah

February 17, 2021

    After a rather cold and often bleak winter, the very idea of a festival marking the onset of spring is uplifting, but when it also brings with it the fragrance of a syncretic culture, it becomes incomparable. Such is the annual celebration of Basant Panchami at the ...

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“Is police here to protect us or forcibly evict us?” ask farmers at Ghazipur border

“Is police here to protect us or forcibly evict us?” ask farmers at Ghazipur border

January 29, 2021

A day after the chaos at Red Fort and ITO when protesting farmers clashed with police, the mood was tense at various protest sites on the borders of Delhi. There was confusion as two minor groups of farmers had decided to withdraw from the protest and the Uttar Pradesh government...

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Tales of tractor rally on Republic Day through the lens

Tales of tractor rally on Republic Day through the lens

January 27, 2021

Violence was the norm of the day, it seems, during the Republic Day tractor rally organised by farmers protesting against the three farm laws passed last year. As the tractor rallies moved from various borders of Delhi, notably Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur, the farmers were welcome...

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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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