Delhi’s Public Works Department had got a comprehensive study conducted six months ago to find solutions to decongest the Ring Road which would bear the majority of the increased traffic due to the East Kidwai Nagar Redevelopment Project. read more
At the ongoing Teej celebrations in Dilli Haat, mehendiwalas and bangle sellers work non-stop to add merriment to the celebrations of Hindu women, and make their festive experience a fulfilling one. read more
At the 30th Mango Festival 2018, in Delhi, the participating mango-growers across India displayed newer varieties of the fruit besides the usual hits such as Langra, Chausa, Rataul, Hussainara, Ramkela, Kesar, Fazri, Mallika, and Amrapalihat. Being organised in the Capital since 1988, this year’s edition had over 500 varieties of mangoes displayed by participants from Bihar, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand and Uttar Pradesh.
At the upcoming Sharbat Mela (June 1-3), at Dilli Haat, Janakpuri, sip some flavoursome drinks and try the lip-smacking chuskis. For once, you might actually enjoy the scorching heat of the Delhi summer. read more
Lathika George’s new book Mother Earth, Sister Seed: Travels Through India’s Farmlands was launched in Delhi’s Dilli Haat with a unique food trail, which allowed participants to sample recipes from the book. read more
Nearly two weeks ago, acting on traffic police’s advice, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) banned parking on a nearly 200m stretch between the main road and the market where mostly two-wheelers were being parked. read more
The two-day annual Delhi Mango festival kicked off today at Dilli Haat. The 29th Mango Festival organized by the Delhi tourism department will showcase around 500 varieties of the ‘King of fruits’. Delhi’s Mango festival is a platform bringing together sellers, gourmands, horticulturists and growers from all parts of the country in celebration of this delicious fruit.