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Delhi: In disrepair, Begumpur mosque awaits some help

Indian Express 15 Sep 2021
A team from the Delhi circle office visited the site Tuesday and confirmed that there had been no such collapse this season ... According to Rana Safvi, author and Delhi chronicler, the mosque measures 307 ft by 295 ft in size ... Delhi Police Special CellClick here for more ... For all the latest Delhi News, download Indian Express App ... Delhi News Live Today.
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Room in Delhi Assembly building housing ‘gallows’ could open up to public: Speaker

Indian Express 03 Sep 2021
The Delhi Legislative Assembly building could open up to the public more often once a room that houses the “gallows” found on the premises is renovated, said Speaker Ram Niwas Goel ... The distance between the Red Fort and the Delhi Legislative Assembly is now a little over 6 km ... For all the latest Delhi News, download Indian Express App ... Delhi Assembly.
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A tribute to Saleem Kidwai, a man who made a real contribution to India’s LGBTQ community

Hindustan Times 02 Sep 2021
A respected professor at the University of Delhi, Saleem Kidwai, who enjoyed engaging with people and chronicling lives and times, was especially intent on defeating homophobia ... It was on August 28, 1999, a little over 22 years ago, when I first met Saleem at a gay group meeting called Humrahi held at Anjali Gopalan’s Naz Foundation office in Delhi.
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Name change shadow looms over Mohammadpur, locals have other concerns

Indian Express 02 Sep 2021
The Mayor of the South Delhi Municipal Corporation had last week given anticipatory approval to change the name of Mohammadpur village to Madhavpuram ... Rana Safvi, city chronicler and writer, mentions the Teen Burji in her book, The Forgotten Cities of Delhi ... Court in Delhi riots caseLeaked CBI report ... delhi.
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Air India One 777 Gets Approved To Land At A New Indian Airport

Simple Flying 02 Sep 2021
India’s Vijayawada International Airport recently conducted a successful test flight, allowing it to handle large aircraft carrying VVIPs and passengers ... As reported by the Deccan Chronicle, the aircraft flew in from Delhi and conducted an “overshoot flight” in which it flew very low over the runway before continuing on its flight further ahead ... ....
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8 of the Best Venice Film Festival Winners to Watch Now

Vogue 29 Aug 2021
Akira Kurosawa’s astonishing thriller single-handedly raised the profile of Japanese cinema in the west following its triumph at Venice ... How to Watch ... It sees an extended family return to Delhi for the arranged marriage of a young relative (Vasundhara Das), chronicling their arguments, reconciliations, and romances as they look to the future ... .
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‘I am Losing Hope’ Says Afghan Journalist Trying to Flee to Safety

The Wire 20 Aug 2021
“I am very disappointed,” a journalist who worked with an international media outlet told VOA ... But that too has fallen ... Journalists light candles and pay tribute to Reuters photographer Danish Siddiqui in New Delhi, India, July 17, 2021. The Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer was killed as he chronicled fighting between Afghan forces and the Taliban.
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Inside Janhvi Kapoor's '22 hours in the capital' with dad Boney Kapoor and sister Khushi, late-night swimming. See pics

Hindustan Times 14 Aug 2021
PUBLISHED ON AUG 14, 2021 02.59 PM IST. Actor Janhvi Kapoor on Saturday gave her fans a glimpse of her '22 hours' in New Delhi. Taking to Instagram, Janhvi shared a video that chronicled her trip, which included driving around New Delhi, performing at Punjabi singer Shrey Singhal's pre-wedding party, indulging in desserts, and swimming with friends.
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8 Life-Affirming Venice Film Festival Winners You Need To Watch Now

Vogue 11 Aug 2021
Akira Kurosawa’s astonishing thriller single-handedly raised the profile of Japanese cinema in the west following its triumph at Venice ... It sees an extended family return to Delhi for the arranged marriage of a young relative (Vasundhara Das), chronicling their arguments, reconciliations, and romances as they look to the future.Somewhere (2010) ... .
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Pkg Lifestyle News A striking success party by Aditya Aggarwal and Shipra Aggarwal

Deccan Chronicle 01 Aug 2021
The envouge night was an exciting affair with scrumptious snacks and drinks. The party was organised in collaboration with Deepak Gupta ( Chairman of Junior Delhi Public School). Disclaimer. No Deccan Chronicle journalist was involved in creating this content ... ....
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US to evacuate 2,500 Afghans to US military base in Virginia

Al Jazeera 19 Jul 2021
The US pullout has proceeded rapidly and will be completed by the end of August ... People carry the coffin of Reuters photographer Danish Siddiqui in New Delhi, India, on July 18. The Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer was killed Friday as he chronicled fighting between Afghan forces and the Taliban. [Altaf Qadri/AP Photo] ... .
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Danish Siddiqui: Remembering India's Pulitzer prize-winning photographer

BBC News 16 Jul 2021
In this picture published on 15 April, Covid-19 patients are treated at Delhi's largest Covid hospital. Siddiqui's pictures of mass cremations of Covid-19 victims at funeral grounds in Delhi next door to populated neighbourhoods went viral ... A woman is consoled by her children after her husband died from Covid-19 outside a mortuary in Delhi.
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First love, last rites

The Telegraph India 01 Jul 2021
But many others remain elusive for me — the face of an aunt who passed away in Calcutta last October, taking with her my childhood home; that of our former landlord across the road in Delhi, chronicled merely in calls and messages, that of my neighbourhood optician in Calcutta, ...
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Triumphant in their time, yet largely erased later: a Met exhibition explores ‘The New Woman ...

The Art Newspaper 28 Jun 2021
In a section called “The City”, the Met presents examples such as Vyarawalla, who moved with her husband to New Delhi in 1942 to join the British Information Services. She chronicled the final days of the British Empire and the arrival of Indian independence, photographing figures such as Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi.
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