Watch: A Bengaluru Woman Assaulted And Groped By Two Men

Various Ministers in the country are coming out with their remarks about the New Year’s mass molestation in Bangaluru. While some consider it to be mere things that happen in mass gatherings, others are calling it out to be the…

Dense Fog Envelops Delhi, Poor Air Quality Recorded

Delhi, the National capital was covered with dense fog on Wednesday morning, officially welcoming the winter season. After a clear weather for the past few days, the temperature has taken a sharp dip, bringing a cool breeze to chill Delhiites.…

Massive Fire Breaks Out in Slums Near Delhi’s Sadar Bazar Area Leaving 700 People Homeless.

A massive fire broke out in the slums near Old Delhi’s Sadar Bazar area on Monday night. The fire was suspected to have triggered due to a short circuit which was followed by a cylinder blast. Around 300 shanties (slums)…

Delhi Pollution Worsens: Schools To Remain Shut For 3 Days

Delhi’s Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal announced a number of emergency measures to tackle the frightening pollution level and thick smog in the National Capital. The measures include a 3 days closure of schools and a 5 days ban on construction…

Pollution levels Increased By 17 Times In Delhi.

There was thick smog hanging over Delhi on Monday morning and pollution levels increased with an alarming rate after the Diwali celebrations. People woke up to a visibility of only 200 metre in the morning and many office commuters reported…

20 Indian Cities And States Which Went Through Name Changes

Over the time everything is changing and we have to keep everything updated. Earlier it was said that there is nothing in the name but in today’s era it’s all about the name. People who believe that name does not…

Phase 2 Of Odd-Even Starts In Delhi And The Roads Already Have Less Congestion

The second phase of Delhi’s pollution control scheme Odd-Even starts in the national capital from today and you can see less traffic and more space on roads already. The scheme aims at battling pollution but it also benefits the traffic…

This Restaurant Owner In Kochi Installed A “Public Fridge” To Feed The Homeless

Food, Cloths and Shelter are the basic necessities of life. But everyone is not fortunate enough to have access to all these things at once.  As per a 2011 consensus, there were 1.77 million homeless people in India alone and…

Secularism At Best: Sikhs And Hindus Renovate 59-Year-Old Mosque For Single Muslim Family In Punjab Village

Amid the sparking debates over intolerance in India, an unbelievable example of communal harmony and fraternity has emerged from a small village of Punjab. The villagers hailing from Sikh and Hindu community have helped renovate the mosque for lone Muslim family…

Delhi Metro: Now, Travelers Can Quench Thirst In Just Rs 2 With Water ATMs

New Delhi: Ever since PM Narendra Modi launched the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on October 2, 2014, several efforts have been made at various levels to ensure the success of the government’s pet project. In a bid to add feather to…

Unique Initiative: India To Get Its 1st LGBT-Run Radio Cab Service

In one of its kind initiative in India, Mumbai roads will be soon hit by members of LGBT community driving radio cabs to earn livelihood. The city-based community organization Humsafar trust in collaboration with Wings Travels rolled out the ‘Wings…

Odd-Even Ends: 3 Big Lessons From Kejriwal Govt’s Ambitious Project

New Delhi: With the end of the first fortnight of 2016, here fall curtains to the 15 day trial period of the Odd-Even scheme implemented by the Delhi Government. The ambitious project was started with the aim of controlling dangerous…

‘Gandhigiri’ Of Arvind Kejriwal For ODD-EVEN

Arvind Kejriwal’s new advertisement is all about the ‘Gandhigiri’ concept; he has used ‘gandhigiri’ as a tool to revive the spirit of ODD-EVEN again in the hearts of Delhiites and Volunteers. Where he says that ODD-EVEN is getting support from…

Shocking Reality Of Navratri-Garba In Gujarat

Navratri is one of the most important festivals in the Hindu religion. The devotees worship the nine avatars of Godess Durga and keep fast during the nine days of festivity. It concludes on the tenth day with Dussehra or Vijayadashami,…

Whose fault is it ? Mumbai women cops or the girl who was beaten up badly!!!

A girl, identified as Nandita Goswami was beaten up by some women constables at the famous Lalbaugcha Raja Ganesh pandal in Mumbai, whose video went viral on social media. The reported incident took place on Friday when Nandini Goswami, had…