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  • Delhi's First Internet De-Addiction Centre Helps Treat Child Addicts

    Delhi's First Internet De-Addiction Centre Helps Treat Child Addicts

    The de-addiction centre is aimed at helping youngsters wean themselves off the Internet.

  • Blog: Open letter to Aam Aadmi's chief minister Arvind Kejriwal

    Blog: Open letter to Aam Aadmi's chief minister Arvind Kejriwal

    Rahul Verma is the founder of Uday Foundation, a small grassroots non-profit based in New Delhi.

  • Blanket Donation Drive

    Blanket Donation Drive

    Thank you for your overwhelming participation in our blanket donation initiative. New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV), in collaboration with the Uday Foundation in Delhi, had initiated a drive to provide blankets to Muzaffarnagar riot victims, people...

  • NDTV-Uday Foundation collect over 1000 blankets for UP riot refugees

    NDTV-Uday Foundation collect over 1000 blankets for UP riot refugees

    It was an appeal that had been sent through out through NDTV just two days back over the weekend. But due to an overwhelming response of the viewers, Uday Foundation managed to collect around a thousand blankets and 1500 warm clothes.

  • Donate blankets for Muzaffarnagar relief camps

    Donate blankets for Muzaffarnagar relief camps

    Expressing concern over reports that 50 children had died due to cold and poor facilities at relief camps in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh, the Supreme Court today directed Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav's government to take immediate steps ...

  • Uttarakhand devastated: how you can help

    Uttarakhand devastated: how you can help

    NDTV is partnering with the Uday Foundation to assist in relief efforts in Uttarkhand. Please scroll below for a list of items you can donate.

  • Raju and his two sons have cancer, they sleep on a pavement

    Raju and his two sons have cancer, they sleep on a pavement

    Virtually every night, for the last three years, Raju, a labourer from Uttar Pradesh, curls up on the pavement outside a public bathroom opposite the AIIMS hospital in Delhi. Huddled next to him are his two sons, aged six and three. All three have r...

  • Delhi's chilly winters: tales of despair, debt and hope on the streets

    Eight-year-old Govind is busy helping his father cook food on a makeshift hearth on the pavement, when he suddenly gets up and runs across the street. There are at least 20 others like him, who make a dash as a little van stops outside the hospital. ...

  • Goa to host first Indian TV festival

    Goa to host first Indian TV festival

    The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) Friday announced the launch of a two-day Indian TV Fest, to be held in Goa in November.

  • School kids move court against sale of junk food

    School kids move court against sale of junk food

    The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought the central government's response on a petition filed by students of a private school in south Delhi seeking a ban on the sale of junk food and carbonated drinks within 1,500 feet radius of their institution.

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