“I have secured admission in Delhi University but I am a very passionate human being. I love to explore, roam around, and do everything. I would probably take up paying guest accommodation”
“The walls of Champa Gali are full of paintings and one can find an altogether different scenic beauty in it. I love photography and this place fulfills all my demands.”
Amidst all that is happening in the educational institutions across the country, the most unheard voices is that of the concerned parents. We spoke to several parents with children who aspire to move out of their hometowns for higher education. Here’s what they say:
After they tied the knot in May, the man lied that he needs to visit the US since he is to join the American Space Agency NASA in order to be trained as an astronaut.
According to the supplementary demands for grants tabled by Sisodia on Monday, Rs 140 crore have been set aside by the Delhi government in order to provide free rides to women in the DTC buses and the cluster buses. Another 150 crores have been set aside for free metro rides.
“Everything I learnt in the classroom put me in a moral quandary over the last few weeks on whether I should receive the award from CJI Gogoi,” said National Law University topper Surbhi Karwa.
Rural SP Ranvijay Singh said that they have gone through the records of the female constables. “We are verifying where this woman is posted. Action is likely to be taken against her.” he said.
The bench consisting of justices G S Sistani and Jyoti Singh ordered all the stakeholders to prepare an action plan on how Delhi can be made crime-free.
Don’t get me wrong, our excesses have soared to a point where such an intervention is essential, no doubt about that. But in the long run, like Swacch Bharat, we need a campaign to sensitised citizens, to drill some ecological awareness in everyone.
Those who argue against the decision by equating subsidy as necessarily ‘bad’, also miss the point that Delhi Metro and DTC are public run institutions. They shouldn’t be run by the government to solicit profit rather to provide facility to all.
As a woman, I am very offended by such offers and I’ll tell you why. First of all, we have to reconfirm the basic funda that there’s nothing like a “free lunch”. Go back to your economics books guys. Free is one of the biggest myths of the commercial era, writes Gunjan.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that his government has proposed to make public transport free for women. he move is being implemented as a safety measure. But is gender a fair parameter to decide who deserves such an exemption?