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Children race in Delhi despite polluted air
Children as young as nine years old run in smoggy Delhi, as part of an event, organised by a non-profit, ignoring health warnings issued after pollution reached dangerous levels forcing the government to shut schools for two days.
India: Free Transport for Delhi women
Delhi plans to make all publicly funded transport means free for women as a safety measure. The argument is that affordable transport will encourage more women to join the work force and allow more women access to public spaces dominated by men.
Bollywood actress promotes her upcoming film in New Delhi
Bollywood filmmaker Vishal Pandya and actress Urvashi Rautela promoted their upcoming erotic drama "Hate Story 4" in Indian capital New Delhi on Monday.
Deaths of sewage cleaners in Delhi spark outcry
Reports of the deaths of more than 10 sanitation workers India's capital, New Delhi, in recent months have thrown the spotlight on "manual scavenging," the illegal but rampant practice of cleaning untreated human waste by low caste communities.
New Delhi pollution hits dangerous levels
India’s federal government is urging Delhi to immediately tackle dangerous levels of pollution in the national capital that forced schools to close and sparked criticism of authorities.
Increasing literacy rates in India still a challenge
In a digital age, literacy takes on added importance. One country still working to raise literacy levels is India. DW's Ashish Malhotra went to a village just outside Delhi where one girl is aiming to change her family's fortunes.
India's last water men fight tide of history
Shakeel Ahmad wanders the cramped alleyways of Old Delhi offering water from a goat hide canteen slung over his shoulder, a centuries-old service welcomed by thirsty vendors toiling under the baking Indian sun which is fading into history.