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Delhiites-Welcome-Lord-Ganesha----

Delhiites Welcome Lord Ganesha....

Environment friendliness is the popular theme in the capital this year. Ganesh Utsav is becoming popular among non-Marathi Delhiites too.
Dilli-puts-its-best-foot-forward--ready-to-host-Sahitya-Sammelan

Dilli puts its best foot forward- ready to host Sahitya Sammelan

The Mahamandal''s "Sthal Nivad Samiti" (committee to finalise host city) visited Dilli on August 19 and was taken round the city''s historic Chouguley High School and Nutan Bharat Marathi School as also the IGNCA to show the places where the Sammelan could be held.
Babasaheb-Purandare-charms-Delhi--meets-sculptor-Ram-Sutar

Babasaheb Purandare charms Delhi, meets sculptor Ram Sutar

Purandare was in Delhi to inspect art gallery of the sprawling Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) where an exhibition of 120-odd paintings based on the life and times of Shivaji Maharaj is planned to be held in October this year.
Maha-Food-Fest---Dilli-Wants-More

Maha Food Fest - Dilli Wants More

There were suggestions galore. Why only one day? Make it an annual event.
And-the-winner-is-Master-Chef-Sahyadri-

And the winner is…Master Chef Sahyadri!

The judges panel included celebrated judge, Machindra Kasture who worked with former President Pratibha Patil as also with the incumbent Pranab Muherjee and was recently awarded top chef of the country award by Govt. of India and food enthusiast Sushama Satokar who runs eatery Tripti Foods and is c
Tilak-death-anniversary-at-Chougule-School-in-Dilli

Tilak death anniversary at Chougule School in Dilli

Overcast sky did not dampen the enthusiasm of the school children and the staff to go ahead with the progrmme. Weather gods obliged and the programme proceeded without any problem.Overcast sky did not dampen the enthusiasm of the school children and the staff to go ahead with the progrmme. Weather
Dilli-remembers-Lokmanya-Tilak

Dilli remembers Lokmanya Tilak

Did Lokmanya Tilak ever visit Delhi? Delhi was not what it became when the British made it the capital in 1922. Tilak died in 1920. Delhi had no High Court those days- the only high courts in the country being Bombay, Calcutta and Madras.
Raksha-Khadse--youngest-Lok-Sabha-MP-from-Maharashtra

Raksha Khadse, youngest Lok Sabha MP from Maharashtra

It was, therefore, heartening to see aamchidilli receiving an e-mail from New Delhi’s newest Hindi newspaper New Observer Post carrying an interview with Raksha Khadse, Lok Sabha MP from Maharashtra. The Observer interviewed Raksha- the youngest member of parliament- on various issues: links to the
Vada-Pav-catches-fancy-of-Dilli-s-foodies

Vada Pav catches fancy of Dilli's foodies

One item on display board of the swanky restaurent in the fancy sector 18 of Noida catches the eye. Baked Vada Pav.
Proud-Papa-Javdekar-watches-a-rising-son-

Proud Papa Javdekar watches a rising son!

Pround Papa Prakash Javdekar sat in the first row of the Mavlankar auditorium of Constitution Club as his son, Dr. Prakash treated the packed audience with beautifully woven story of western music that, to many who are not familiar with it, means only defeaning noise.