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The school bells finally ring for students in Delhi

The school bells finally ring for students in Delh...

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

Delhi’s drum makers abandon art for rag picking ...

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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Pandemic deprives 40 pc children in Delhi of right to education

Pandemic deprives 40 pc children in Delhi of right...

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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Janmashtami 2020: Delhi welcomes Lord Krishna amidst pandemic

Janmashtami 2020: Delhi welcomes Lord Krishna amid...

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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As ASI monuments reopen across India after coronavirus pandemic, tourists stay away

As ASI monuments reopen across India after coronav...

July 7, 2020

Delhi Tourism monuments, under the control of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) reopened across the country on Monday, after having remained closed for over three months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Media India Group observed the response of tourists at some key monuments ...

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Saviours of the society

Saviours of the society

April 15, 2020

Even as the entire nation stays indoors, trying to save itself from Covid19 pandemic, medical professionals, police, paramedics, firemen and pharmacists are keeping the society safe by leading the battle against the pandemic from the front.

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The city that never sleeps has fallen asleep

The city that never sleeps has fallen asleep

April 1, 2020

The Maximum City that has survived terror attacks, floods, riots and everything else that mankind or nature could throw at it has been shut in due to the nationwide lockdown. Stark empty streets, vacant beaches, deserted railway stations and abandoned tourism monuments have been ...

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Delhi’s Christmas celebrations

Delhi’s Christmas celebrations

December 26, 2019

Plum cakes, candles, bells, stars, gifts, and delightfully dressed up Christmas trees and Santa Clauses merrily commanded the streets of Delhi, as the city irresistibly drenched itself in the Christmas vibe. Media India Group captured the cheering festive warmth across Delhi &...

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Chhath Puja: an age-old ritual for the Sun god

Chhath Puja: an age-old ritual for the Sun god

November 8, 2019

Chhath Puja, also known as Dala Puja is a Hindu festival which is celebrated with gaiety and religious fervor mainly in northern and eastern states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, and West Bengal.  The word Chhath means sixth in Maithili, Nepali, and Bhojpuri languages. De...

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Durga Puja celebrations across India

Durga Puja celebrations across India

October 13, 2019

A ten-day-long celebration, Durga Puja celebrates the victory of goddess Durga, over the ancient demon Mahishasura. From grand prayer ceremonies, fairs and traditional dance forms to delectable cuisines, this festival offers it all.

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