awareness, education · cities · City · rape · safety · women

Rape culture of our cities!

–Nidhi Batra, Sehreeti How many times in our Delhi -Gurgaon newspapers have we read that the ‘rape’ was committed by a migrant. These migrants who have first time come into a city, from locations – wherever – young with a ticket to freedom. And then all the middle class and elite begin to look at… Continue reading Rape culture of our cities!

delhi · roads · satire · traffic · Uncategorized

The Roadways of Delhi both baffle and bewitch!

– Charumati Haran Years ago when I was learning to drive, my driver told me, “If you can drive in Delhi, you can drive anywhere”. According to the Delhi Traffic Police website, Driving in Delhi has the following stats: Population – 1,70,84,235 Vehicles – 96,34,976 Road length – 33,198 km Area- 1,483 I’m sure… Continue reading The Roadways of Delhi both baffle and bewitch!

cities · civil society · development · environment · skill development · Uncategorized

Battle of the voices

– Nidhi Batra, Sehreeti I have been on a little trip this weekend – a trip of ‘rights hoping’ . It began yesterday with hopping through three different perspectives claiming their rights – coincidently all at the same venue – oblivious of each other and how their truths were so different. Started with a close-knit… Continue reading Battle of the voices