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Finding substance in life away from abuse

NEW DELHI: All of 16, Neha is almost like a parent to the children at a government shelter in Sarai Kale Khan. She gets the children to sit around her in a circle in the afternoons, helping them with their homework, sometimes breaking fights between ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago

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Barapullah corridor to reduce traffic congestion between Noida and Central Delhi

This will save commuters from Noida the hassle of a long U-turn at Sarai Kale Khan to reach their destination. The flyover will save commuters travelling from Noida a drive of nearly 3 km Highlights much-delayed Barapulla flyway will be ...
 India Today1 month ago

After NGT order, DDA razes farmlands to free floodplains

New Delhi: Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Wednesday freed the adjacent to Sarai Kale Khan of encroachments by farmers, who were growing vegetables and flowers, as part of a demolition drive being conducted for the past three days. DDA ...
 Times of India1 month ago

8/20/2016: South Delhi: Leaking pipelines, delayed action make for a tedious trip on busy Ring Road SARAI KALE KHAN

NEW DELHI: Incessant rainfall in the past few weeks has damaged the city's crucial Ring Road. Craters have developed at various stretches and surfaces have eroded away, causing long traffic snarls. Stretches near Nehru Nagar bus stop, Maharani
 Hindustan Times2 months ago Leaking pipelines, delayed action make for tedious driving on packed Ring Road  HT Syndication2 months ago

7-day working of RTO has not become a reality

At 4:45 pm on Sunday, the RTO office at Sarai Kale Khan wears a deserted look. The gate is locked from inside. There is neither any staff nor anyone from general public to apply for driving license. The Delhi government had last month directed that the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Scooty rider crushed to death by truck

A truck crushed a youth to death and severely injured two others in a road incident that took place early Saturday near Delhi's ITO area. The deceased has been identified as 20-year-old Adil whereas his friends, Tanveer and Than Singh alias Pappu, were ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

148 bodies found on roads this month

As many as 148 unidentified bodies have been found across the city in October so far. Of these, 29 bodies belong to the homeless, claims an NGO. According to the figures complied by the NGO Centre for Holistic Development, bodies of four destitute people were ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Mohalla clinics to help city homeless

As part of its winter action plan, the Delhi government on Tuesday announced to open mohalla clinics at four major night shelters in the national capital before November 25. The mohalla clinics will be opened at night shelters located at Yamuna Pushta in East ...
 Asian Age1 week ago AAP government to open mohalla clinics at night shelters  Prokerala1 week ago Mohalla clinics for homeless now  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago More mohalla clinics to help homeless in winter  Times of India3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Vacuum cleaning of PWD roads to get another push

cleaning of roads that come under Delhi Government's Public Works Department (PWD) is set to receive another push, over six months after its launch and gradual tapering off. Government sources said, The project that was inaugurated by Chief ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Govt's ambitious vacuum cleaning road project set to receive another push  Millennium Post2 weeks ago Delhi government's PWD is set to receive push for vacuum cleaning of roads  Indian Express2 weeks ago Another shot at vacuum cleaning of Delhi's roads  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago

Teenage reporter role model for street kids

With a bag slung over her shoulders, Jyoti (16) sets out every morning for her job as reporter and assistant editor for a newspaper run by street children called Balaknama. Jyoti, a street child, was earlier a rag-picker and like other street ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago
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