Articles by Manvi Singh
This year, Kanwars returning from their water heist of sorts were spotted flaunting masks inspired from Spanish artist Salvador Dali. These masks had earlier gained popularity due to the success of the OTT web series, Money Heist.
On World Nature Conservation Day, July 28, meet some eco-warriors who continue to fight against all odds to conserve Nature for a better future in Delhi. These Good Samaritans share their journeys of building nests, planting trees, and picking up plastic from rubbish.
Dancing in the middle of the Delhi’s Sarojini Nagar market, Pankaj Rawat, a social media influencer, has gone viral for his unique freestyle dance moves and sing along act that has received more than 1.7 million views. But, does Rawat find it to be cringe or is it an expression of his fearlessness?
After 13 years, the game is all set to make a comeback to the Asian Games, which will be held from September 23 to October 8, 2023, in China. On International Chess Day (July 20), meet the 10-member Indian contingent raring to boost the country’s tally.
A Chandigarh-based content creator tweeted her bill of Maggi priced at ₹193, bought from the airport, which sparked a debate on social media. After the debate went viral, we speak to Delhiites about their choice between ordering Maggi and home-cooked food when travelling via flight.
A college-goer’s viral Insta reel pins her daily expense at ₹242, and the amount is receiving mixed reactions from her peers. How close is this to reality?
Stuck for hours on roads or struggling in the Delhi Metro, ‘Yamuna paar’ residents face the wrath of floods as the river’s water level rose, following heavy rainfall and the release of water from Hathnikund Barrage in Haryana.
As raindrops keep falling on our heads, Delhi’s residents pour out complaints and coping strategies of how they are sailing through the waterlogged city while cancelling plans and skipping college and office.
With unwavering devotion, kanwariyas from different parts of India are headed to Haridwar via Delhi. As the month of saawan begins, five groups of kanwariyas share how they plan to collect the water of Ganga river, which will later be offered to Lord Shiva when these pilgrims return to their cities.
Pulkit Sharma, a Delhi-based content creator, was trolled for his video showcasing him dancing on bhangra beats. In reply to this, he tweeted another video of him dancing, which went viral and has received more than 300k views. He strongly believes that his cerebral palsy can’t stop him from living a life of dignity.
Amateur astronomers in Delhi-NCR mark Asteroid Day (June 30) with online interactions and live streaming sessions. Many city-based astronomy clubs share how they have shifted gears to stay relevant in the virtual space and fulfil the demand of their followers.
The mysterious Serbian Dancing Lady, who went viral on TikTok in 2019, has resurfaced at Delhi University’s Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College! A student’s recreation of the video, with a Punjabi twist, along with his friends has caught the attention of social media users.
Five flyovers in Delhi have been spruced up in vibrant shades as part of the preparations for the G20 Summit in the Capital by the PWD. These include the flyovers at Raj Nagar, South Extension, Greater Kailash I, Nehru Place and Lajpat Nagar, and three more are in the works.
A recent tweet showing a notice by a residential society in Bengaluru which has made designated waiting area for house helps, has piqued reactions from several social media users. Delhiites are divided on the issue since some cite security concerns whereas others feel it reeks of discriminatory behaviour.
On Olympic Day (June 23), five Indian sportspersons who have been in the news lately for their achievements share how they are prepping for Paris 2024 Summer Olympics. Read on to know how HS Prannoy, Chirag Shetty, Avani Prashanth, Tejaswin Shankar and Harmilan Bains are embracing #LetsMove, which is the theme of Olympic Day 2023.
Those celebrating the occasion by practising yoga needn’t leave their pets behind. A number of doga sessions are taking place across NCR. Here’s a low-down of where all you can be part of yoga sessions with your pets as well as rescued doggos.
On World Music Day, June 21, some Delhi Police personnel share how they find solace in music as they stay in sync with the rhythm of law. From writing lyrics to singing, they keep themselves connected with the mellifluous notes to fuel their passion.
Delhi-NCR based home bakers notice a rise in demand for rainbow-themed cakes during the Pride Month. They share how some customers are celebrating their birthdays in rainbow hues while some others are marking the coming out of the young ones with this colourful, sweet delight.
Creating a symphony of love and tradition, these father-son duos are swirling their way to Delhiites’ hearts through frozen delights. Crafting the creamy magic of kulfi to tickle taste buds, they share how they are taking the legacy forward.
Drama lovers in the city are in for a treat as Sheila Bharat Ram Theatre Festival returns. This year it has five stage plays. From the old-age sagas to the new age romance, the performances aim to take the audiences on a roller coaster of emotions.
After filling out a six-page long CUET form, Delhi University aspirants are now filling up a seven-pager to know if they can make it through the course and college of their choice. But, this isn’t all. Read on to know the woes that many youngsters are facing in this whole process.
On World Juggling Day (June 17), NCR-based jugglers share the struggles they undergo to make ends meet while staying true to their art form. They strive day in and out to preserve their skills, but don’t wish their children to face similar hardships by choosing this profession as the sole means of earning livelihood.
Before the birds and animals of G20 nations settle at a park in Chanakyapuri, they’ve become a favourite among residents of NCR. These 19 sculptures by 25 artists from Lalit Kala Academy are compelling the onlookers to visit the lawn next to Bihar Bhawan (in Chanakyapuri) and click selfies.
The unbearable heat in Delhi-NCR has compelled many to hit the highway in the direction of hill stations. But, some Delhiites share that they were sent back by authorities due to the overcrowding at most of the hill towns, and others share that hotels have cancelled their advance bookings.
Random calls from imposters claiming to be cops are on the rise of late. Beware, as these conmen can clean swipe your bank account. Residents from not just Delhi-NCR but even other cities such as Bengaluru have received such scam calls.
From Asiatic elephants to an innumerable variety of deers, Delhi Zoo has innumerable animals that would make your summer trip to these majestic wonders to be successfully spent day.
With the will to be extraordinary in her endeavours, Sanskriti Sharma, a fashion design graduate has set new bars stand out from the crowd with the aid of a big doll head. Seen around Lodhi Gardens, Janpath and Khan Market, among other popular spots in the city, this World Doll Day (June 10), she talks about her inspiration.
Bound by the common thread of hope, these cuddly toys are here to spread smiles and make the world a better place. Now, these cuddly toys not only bring joy but also facilitate women empowerment and pave a path for environmental awareness.
When we open our school magazines, we often wonder about our friends from childhood. But a DU student, Neha went all out and initiated a vigorous Instagram search to find her LKG friend, Lakshita Jetawat. Read on to know what happened next.
Cricket lovers are flocking Delhi markets for first copies of expensive jerseys as they #bleedblue in high spirits of the ICC World Test Championship 2023 final. City-based seller are pitching in with attractive rates.