A flower show held near Purana Quilla recently in the Capital.
— Tribune Photo
Road to hell paved with good intentions
New Delhi, December 7
Bhagidari was a genuine effort on the part of the government of the National Capital Territory (NCT) to involve Residents’ Welfare Associations (RWA) in the challenging task of removing grievances of the citizens and creating harmonious equations between the rulers and the ruled. But, residents say the scheme has run aground and is hardly ever talked about now.
mela takes up cudgels for women
New Delhi, December 7
This mela promised mouth-watering delicacies from the Makki Ki Roti and Sarson ka Saag to tender fish cutlets. The mela, a one-day event was organised by the National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW) to raise funds for their legal aid cell.
Gul cheers up cancer patients
The day was far from the usual for hundreds of patients
afflicted with cancer. It gave them moments, which they can cherish in
their moments of pain and loneliness. Cancer patients from AIIMS,
Safdarjung and LNJP hospital today became the first visitors at the
Oysters Ice Park at Appu Ghar, which has re-opened for the season.
‘Install Ambedkar statue in 15 days’
The Dr Ambedkar Park Bachao Sangharsh Samiti on Friday gave a 15-day ultimatum to the district administration asking it to either install the statue of Dr B. R. Ambedkar at the bus stand chowk or face a state-level agitation on the issue.
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A place for everything & everything in its place, please
I would like to point out a glaring lack of proper placement with regard to a traffic signboard, which has been put up next to Dr Dang’s Pathological
Laboratory in the Hauz Khas market. The board, which has been put by the traffic police, is about two feet in height and rests against a residential wall. It has not been put on the pavement on an iron frame, as should be the practice for all to notice and abide by.