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Is (only) Jamia Nagar ‘bad’ for Women?

Having lived in Jamia Nagar for almost half of my life (nearly 14 years), last week, I was startled to read the heading of an anecdotal piece of writing in Okhlatimes.com, … 1,428 more words

Student's suicide in Jamia Nagar sparks controversy

Sanat Sinha & Tahir Ahmed

When Gulnaaz, a student in a school near Jamia Nagar, jumped from her school building, the students took to the main street of Jamia Nagar to protest. 73 more words


Where I Come From

I am over the moon. I know what they mean now. You’re over the moon when you can’t stay still, you’re that excited. I’ve returned home after almost 5 years of being away. 493 more words

The Coloured Story of Water

On the banks of river Yamuna sits a thirsty land. Jamia Nagar, a clustered colony in the South-East part of Delhi and built majorly on the land reclaimed from the river, faces an acute water crisis. 895 more words

Jamia Nagar Police Station: Junction of readers

New Delhi: August 16, 2013

Mehrin Aslam is a young, 25 year old mother from Neb Sarai, Delhi. She got separated from her husband after two years of her marriage and now lives with her 7 years old daughter. 661 more words

Public Interest

"When Begging Becomes Demand"

New Delhi

What if you are walking on a footpath and a child clings to your legs? You will panic and be surprised. Won’t you? 331 more words

New Delhi

Ramzan in Jamia Nagar

It is Ramzan time in Jamia Nagar – municipal workers clean the streets and line it with chuna lime, bakeries are piled high with sewain, and halwais have begun preparing the special iftar food. 669 more words

Everyday Life