Articles by Kriti Kambiri
Students of Hindu College at Delhi University's North Campus have been complaining against the quality and hygiene standards of food served at the canteen.
Updated on Sep 29, 2023 09:40 PM IST
Delhi-based designer Aaquib Wani, the creative brain behind the official jerseys, track suits and other sportswear for the Asian Games 2022, shares his journey.
Updated on Sep 27, 2023 12:42 PM IST
A viral video shows two Delhi University girls fighting over their preferred presidential candidate. The incident reportedly occurred in Moti Lal Nehru College.
Published on Sep 25, 2023 05:34 PM IST
Almost four years of wait and 42% voter turnout later, Delhi University Students’ Union was formed on September 23 amid much pomp and cheer in North Campus.
Published on Sep 25, 2023 04:47 PM IST
Sanindhya Malik is part of the 15-member esports squad at Asian Games 2022. Malik alias Deadcorp is the highest-ranked South Asian player in League of Legends.
Updated on Sep 25, 2023 04:22 PM IST
DUSU Elections were held today (September 22) on Delhi University campus. Here's what the candidates, for the post of president, have been rooting for.
Updated on Sep 22, 2023 07:37 PM IST
Padma Bhushan Saroja Vaidyanathan had been battling lymphoma for some time. She passed away on September 21, in Delhi, at the age of 86.
Updated on Sep 21, 2023 03:22 PM IST
The teacher-turned-author's first book, English Hinglish shares lessons in a filmi way. She uses Bollywood to build stories as learning tools.
Updated on Sep 20, 2023 11:13 AM IST
ByKriti Kambiri, Delhi
Delhi-based Tavpritesh Sethi and Jaime Kersnason opened their hearts and home, at IIIT-Delhi, to Ashley aka Sumi after reading her adoption appeal in HT City.
Updated on Sep 10, 2023 09:49 PM IST
Neeti Mohan's love for Delhi and its food encompasses tales of her gorging on chaat at Bengali Market and bhel puri outside Miranda House, DU.
Students of Delhi University’s Jesus and Mary College have built a public toilet, using sustainable approach, at Kamla Nagar Police Station in Ajmeri Gate.
Since the announcement of public holiday for September 8 to 10, many Delhiites have been rushing to the liquor shops in NCR, to stock up their bars. An official notification, dated August 22, states that liquor stores in the New Delhi Police District will be closed. But this isn’t true for the rest of the NCR.
Delhi University’s Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur (SGTB) Khalsa College is the alma mater of athlete Amoj Jacob. He was part of the team comprising Muhammed Anas Yahiya, Muhammad Ajmal Variyathodi and Rajesh Ramesh, who broke the Asian record at the recent World Athletics Championships held in Budapest (Hungary).
With swings, a selfie-worthy mural, pools and water bowls galore, Dog Park in Noida’s Sector 137 is the perfect place for canines to stretch their limbs, socialise or simply mingle.
Actor Siddharth Shaw recently visited Delhi University’s Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, his alma mater, and was hit by nostalgia while sharing his #CampusKeDin. Besides, he indulged in his old time fave street foods at the community centre in Saket like a true blue Delhiite!
The actor, who visited Delhi recently, met HT City at Connaught Place and talked about his undying love for the city, its people and its food, while recalling his #CampusKeDin as a Delhi University student.
From literary marvels to quirky stationery, there’s lots in store as the beloved Delhi Books Fair and Stationery Fair return to the Capital. Here’s all that the fairs have to offer!
K-Pop fans and enthusiasts united in the Capital recently, for the semi-final of All-India K-Pop Contest 2023. 67 participants competed in the dance and music categories as members of boy band Mbitious, enthralled the audience.
Filmmaker Shonali Bose is shooting her next OTT show at Delhi University’s Miranda House. The project stars actors Simran and Nandita Das — also an alumna of Miranda. The script is women-centric and based on friendship among youngsters.
Five Delhi University students take up the challenge to find the perfect accessory — a pair of footwear — for ₹100. Their quest takes them to the markets of Lajpat Nagar, Palika Bazar, Kamla Nagar, Karol Bagh and Sarojini Nagar. Despite the budget, these youngsters find chic and cool options to match their personal style.
Volunteers across NCR joined hands with NGOs and NDRF, to help the animals stranded in the Delhi floods. Know how the good Samaritans have been rescuing stray dogs and cattle, and providing them food and shelter.
NCR-based Delhi University aspirants are eagerly waiting for the cut-off list that is expected to be announced anytime soon. Some share their scores, expectations and the name of their dream college.
With two new parks in Noida — Ved Van Park and Waste to Wealth Wetland Park — the residents are in for a healthy and holistic treat. While one park offers laser show and wall art, the other has scenic viewpoints and art installations made out of scrap.
India’s Golden Boy, Neeraj Chopra once again stole the show at Lausanne Diamond League 2023, but his aim is to win the gold for the World Athletics Championships. While prepping for it in full force, he wishes to some day write his story, in his own words.
Walls of some of the schools — in INA, Mandir Marg, Lodhi Road, Kapashera, and Gurugram — have turned into canvases for social messages and cultural nuggets as witnessed by youngsters who have returned post their summer break. Conceptualised by the Delhi Street Art group, the new murals are quite vibrant and themes according to their surroundings.
Kolkata-based Sahil Jha — who is cycling to promote the Save Soil movement — plans to ride for 25,000kms across India. He recently reached Delhi, for the final leg of his journey, and shares how the residents of the Capital are treating him with love and food such as momos at Satya Niketan and chhole bhature in Paharganj.
A Haryana-based couple left their pet dog locked inside their vehicle while they went on to tour the Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. The animal’s subsequent death has cause social media users to demand strict action against the dog’s owners. Doctors, lawyers and animal welfare organisations share how to step up and take action in such cases of negligence.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Metro ride on the Yellow Lines and address at the closing ceremony of Delhi University’s centenary celebrations, had it all, from convos on OTT series to viral reels. The students gush: “The PM is so cool!”
Five male Delhi University students take up the challenge to find the perfect summer shirt for just ₹100. Their quest takes them to Lajpat Nagar, Palika Bazar, Kamla Nagar, Gaffar Market and Ajmal Khan Road. Despite the apparent lack of variety for menswear, these youngsters find chic and cool options to match their personal style.
The latest addition to the plethora of eateries around Delhi University’s North Campus include the food stalls set up by some alumnae of the varsity. These women have brought together their businesses with their love, to relive their #CampusKeDin while serving pocket-friendly food to students.