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Tuesday, Jul 07, 2020
Neha Pushkarna

Neha Pushkarna


Neha Pushkarna deputises at Hindustan Times’ Delhi bureau, setting up the morning news cycle digitally before shifting gears later in the day to plan and rewrite stories for the newspaper. She writes on education.

articles by Neha Pushkarna (69 results)
Jun 01, 2018 07:03
Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar shares his government’s plans for one of India’s fastest-growing urban sprawls that has its share of problems but the promise of an even brighter tomorrow. read more
Jan 20, 2018 09:19
In her memoir Citizen Delhi: My Times, My Life, Sheila Dikshit traces her life in the capital, her plans to develop it into a modern city, CWG and life after losing Delhi. read more
Jan 20, 2018 08:34
Sheila Dikshit in her new autobiography reveals how Delhiites support to Aam Aadmi Party was one of the key factors that led to the Congress being voted out in Delhi elections read more
Feb 23, 2017 07:38
With school admission norms changing almost every year, parents are finding it hard to crack the process read more
Oct 01, 2016 18:26
October 2 is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti all over India, and is a national holiday. Ahead of this year’s celebrations,w e bring you a trail of the Gandhi statues across Delhi and NCR. read more
Sep 05, 2016 15:35
In July, when the Delhi government organised a Mega Parents-Teacher meeting in its 1,011 schools, it was a giant stride for a large number of parents. On a wet Saturday, they walked into these schools – many for the first time – to see Delhi’s school... read more
Feb 05, 2016 18:54
If Delhi can have world-class state-sponsored colleges, why not schools? And with a budget that saw 106% jump last year, and a government that claims education is a priority, it looks all the more possible writes Neha Pushkarna read more
Feb 04, 2016 17:30
On January 6 this year, Delhi government identified and scrapped 62 such parameters based on which schools were selecting students for admission. read more
Aug 28, 2015 23:42
Born in Daryaganj in 1951, Najeeb Jung still remembers his days in Old Delhi’s winding lanes. In conversation with Shivani Singh and Neha Pushkarna, he says Dilli-6 has to be revived in the next two years read more
Jul 05, 2015 10:58
Under a net of silver confetti, 33-year-old Wasim lays out a platter of five different kinds of pakora around five every evening. As he waits for customers, often waving his red keffiyeh over the snacks, he is sure of one thing. read more
Jul 04, 2015 16:20
Aromas of the Mughal era wafted through this second-floor kitchen near Fountain Chowk in Chandni Chowk for over two hundred years. read more
Jun 30, 2015 11:49
The second cutoff list of Delhi University are out. A few of you may have got a seat in a DU college while many of you are still waiting to find a course and a college that suits you. Here are a few choices. read more
Jun 05, 2015 08:56
Do you know that the little cartons of juice that you drink from can be recycled into notebooks, bags or even furniture? Sapna Sukul, a teacher from Vasant Kunj, found this out three years ago. read more
May 25, 2015 15:28
The CBSE results may have brought cheer to some and disappointment to others but there are options for everyone. You can easily find a course and a college that suits you. Here are a few choices. read more