HindustanTimes Thu,21 Aug 2014


Campus Ka Mahayuddh: Hum saaf saaf hain

Which Delhi college wins the top spot for being the cleanest and greenest?  Students wage war for the big title.

Don’t fret over losing your belongings in the Metro

From pressure ­cookers to pillow covers, here are some bizarre things lost and found on the Metro.

Campus Ka Mahayuddh: Chalti ka naam gaadi

In this heated argument of the fast and furious kind, students took sharp turns to prove that their college has the meanest machines in town.

Storytelling sweeps Facebook in 140 characters

Hooked onto the short stories that are doing the rounds on Facebook? Yes, they’re addictive and yes they’re extremely creative. Meet the man behind the page titled Terribly Tiny Tales.

Enough with the cribbing!

Aridiculous video of ignorant Indians commenting on “India’s chances of winning the Football World Cup” is ­creating waves on social media, but the country’s ­relationship with the game is a serious matter, feels India football captain Sunil Chhetri.

When social is more than virtual

A new place for bloggers, illustrators, filmmakers and the rest of the creative clan hopes to make the word ‘social’ get a more real meaning in the city.

Campus Ka Mahayuddh: Aaja Meri Audi Mein Baithja

It is the aan, baan, shaan of any college. In the quest to find the coolest college on campus, today we throw the spotlight on the Best Auditorium.

Jokes on Indian football don’t perturb me: Baichung Bhutia

We chatted up with the face of desi soccer in modern times, Baichung Bhutia, on sport and entertainment.

Where does Delhi click its selfies?

Our tips on where to click selfies in the Capital, though not an ­exhaustive one. Feel free to add a plethora more!

Bawaal Sawaal

With a fresh announcement by civic agencies to revamp Chandni Chowk and other major areas in the Capital, do you feel such plans do not take convenience of the locals into account?

The guy who wanted to kill abandoned dogs

Abhinav Srihan is not your average Delhiite. Last week, online sites reported, he went around Delhi’s posh Khan Market asking people to sign a petition seeking their opinion on killing dogs.

‘We won't let Ganga go'

Students are unhappy about the news of JNU’s Ganga Dhaba shutting down.

Gurgaon’s fun Fridays come to a grand finale

A battle of Delhi-NCR’s top 30 corporate bands — HT Friday Jam — saw a gala culmination as Sufi band Faridkot brought Gurgaon to a standstill.

Facing the heat

The unforgiving Delhi heat is taking a toll on all of us, but the most silent and constant victims are the street animals. While we can hide ourselves at home, dogs have no respite.

Experiencing the art of wine and dine

There is nothing better than a combination of sumptuous food with some delicious wine. The Wine Company, primarily a wine bistro, offers a ­collection of over 150 wines from across 35 countries, at store prices.
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