Nourish your body and soul and rejuvenate the party animal within you. Raisa Daimary finds out.
Very soon, Delhi will have its first and the country’s second heliport.
Less than fifteen days to go for the Commonwealth Game and soon Delhi will see tourists come into the city. While there are hotels all around, Bed and Breakfast (B&B) facilities are what many will check into as a much economical option.
The countdown for the Commonwealth Games, to be held from October 3, has begun. And the city's sports lovers are now rooting for the Indian contingent to wing the gold, nothing less.
Finally there is some positivity to The Commonwealth Games (CWG). The 10th Family fun car rally organized by Hindustan Times and the Organizing Committee (OC) of Commonwealth Games to mark 30 days to the games, saw a huge turn out.
Commonwealth Games will not just be restricted to sporting events. It is going to be one of the biggest shows Delhi has every hosted showcasing country's rich and diverse culture of dance, art, music, theatre and culinary expertise.
Sixty-three roads, flyovers, bus shelters and the airport will soon have a unique Commonwealth Games look. The organisers have finally started the job of painting the city in CWG hues at a cost of Rs. 22 crore.
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Visit the place that has added colour and beauty to the lives women through the years. Learn more about the bangle market with Raisa Daimary.
A controversy-ridden build-up might have taken the sheen off the Commonwealth Games, but scores of unfazed volunteers are trying to lift the gloom by doing their bit to make the event a success.
Decorated and illuminated markets will greet visitors as the Commonwealth Games Shopping Festival at mjor markets in the capital will be inaugurated in New Delhi on Saturday evening, an official said.
Delhi-based designer duo Ashima-Leena have crafted some 4,000 outfits for the performers at the elaborate and extravagant opening and closing ceremonies of the Oct 3-14 Commonwealth Games.
In what would come as music to the ears of the Commonwealth Organising Committee, the Kenyan delegation is having a ball at the much-criticised Athletes' Village and are happy with the facilities here especially the dining hall.
If athletes, tourists and visitors at the Commonwealth Games (CWG) find themselves lost in exploring life in Delhi or the event itself, help is at hand in the form of a free software application for those who use Apple's iPhone.
The Capital City, Delhi, has always been perceived as a frontrunner of growth and infrastructure to the rest of the nation. With the onset of the Commonwealth Games, the same has achieved speed and impetus like never before. Mithun Mukherjee writes.