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Indian baby's case opens doors into a dark worldupdated: Sat Feb 11 2012 09:51:00

In a New Delhi hospital, a two-year-old girl is fighting for her life after a teenager brought her there three weeks ago, unconscious with severe head injuries and bruises, fractured arms and human bite marks covering her tiny body.

Fatal fire at India transgender eventupdated: Mon Nov 21 2011 08:29:00

Officials say at least 13 people at a transgender gathering in New Delhi were killed Sunday in a massive fire.

13 killed in fire at transgender gathering in Indiaupdated: Mon Nov 21 2011 08:29:00

At least 13 people at a transgender gathering in New Delhi were killed Sunday in a massive fire, officials said.

Death toll climbs from Indian building collapse, owner arrestedupdated: Thu Nov 18 2010 01:51:00

The owner of a five-story residential building that collapsed in the Indian capital, New Delhi, killing dozens, has been arrested and charged with culpable homicide, police said Thursday.

Deadly building collapse in Indiaupdated: Thu Nov 18 2010 01:51:00

Dozens were killed after a building collapsed in New Delhi. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

Building collapse in India leaves at least 65 deadupdated: Tue Nov 16 2010 09:54:00

The toll in the collapse of a five-story residential building in the Indian capital, New Delhi, climbed to at least 65 dead on Tuesday, officials said.

Toll rises to 55 dead in Indian building collapseupdated: Tue Nov 16 2010 07:06:00

The toll in the collapse of a five-story residential building in the India capital, New Delhi, climbed to 55 killed and at least 70 injured on Tuesday, fire officials said.

Pushing out human 'eyesores' for games?updated: Mon Oct 04 2010 10:33:00

Is Delhi pushing out the poor to keep them out of sight of Commonwealth Games visitors? CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

Commonwealth Games chief: More needs to be done in Indiaupdated: Tue Sep 28 2010 08:23:00

A lot of work remains to be done at the venues and athletes' village at the Commonwealth Games in India, just a week before they are due to begin, the head of the games said Saturday.

Claims of child labor for Games buildingupdated: Mon Sep 27 2010 03:14:00

Human rights expert Siddharth Kara explains what jobs he saw children doing on Commonwealth Games construction sites.

Explainer: India's race to be ready for Commonwealth Gamesupdated: Mon Sep 27 2010 03:14:00

New Delhi is due to host the Commonwealth Games, one of the world's largest multi-sport events, from October 3, but the Indian city has been beset by problems amid a last-minute rush to be ready in time.

Indian minister says games' security, maintenance issues tackledupdated: Fri Sep 24 2010 13:37:00

India's home minister said Friday that security and maintenance issues have been squared away ahead of the staging of the Commonwealth Games, which are beset by a myriad of problems.

Inside the Commonwealth Games villageupdated: Fri Sep 24 2010 13:37:00

Eight countries have written a joint letter to the Indian organizers of the games regarding security and safety issues.

Commonwealth Games village center of concernsupdated: Thu Sep 23 2010 00:39:00

From afar the Commonwealth Games village, where the athletes are supposed to live during the 11-day event, looks clean, bright and fancy, especially compared to some of the other buildings in and around New Delhi.

New Delhi and Mumbai on red alertupdated: Thu Sep 23 2010 00:26:00

CNN's Sara Sidner reports a shooting in New Delhi, India, raises questions about security at the Commonwealth Games.

Commonwealth Games bridge collapses, raises concernsupdated: Wed Sep 22 2010 12:19:00

A pedestrian bridge under construction for next month's Commonwealth Games here collapsed Tuesday, officials said, adding to concerns raised about India's preparedness for the international sporting event.

Commonwealth Games building goes to wireupdated: Sun Sep 12 2010 19:24:00

India's capital is no stranger to cesspools of standing water, disease and punishing gridlock when rains happen.

Thousands evacuated in New Delhi as river risesupdated: Sat Sep 11 2010 13:41:00

More than 4,000 residents living in low-lying areas of the Indian capital of New Delhi were moved to higher ground on Saturday due to the rising Yamuna River, officials said.

Plan turns dirty drains into bike pathsupdated: Fri Apr 09 2010 06:15:00

A local project in India aims to clean Delhi's extensive network of drains and turn them into cycle routes and parks.

Sewage streams into scenic parks? One man's goalupdated: Fri Apr 09 2010 06:15:00

Walking is a perilous endeavor in New Delhi's traffic bedlam.

New Delhi's 'Miracle Metro'updated: Thu Apr 08 2010 06:02:00

Why is New Delhi's Metro considered an urban miracle? CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.

India targets illegal cell phone towersupdated: Fri Apr 02 2010 03:53:00

Authorities in the Indian capital have launched a crackdown on mobile-phone antenna towers illegally placed atop hospitals, schools and homes in residential neighborhoods.

New Delhi launches no peeing in public campaignupdated: Sun Dec 06 2009 20:10:00

The Indian capital has launched a campaign to discourage urinating in public places -- a common sight across the country.

New Delhi's 'eunuchs' forge lives in conservative nationupdated: Sun Nov 15 2009 07:46:00

Dotting a crammed neighborhood in the Indian capital are homes that can be easily located without addresses.

Schoolgirls die in stampedeupdated: Thu Sep 10 2009 06:28:00

A stampede broke out at a government school in New Delhi, killing at least five students.

Five schoolgirls die in India stampedeupdated: Thu Sep 10 2009 06:28:00

A stampede broke out Thursday at a government school in New Delhi, killing at least five students, police said.

U.S. airline irks India by frisking ex-presidentupdated: Tue Jul 21 2009 10:57:00

Indian authorities Tuesday filed a police complaint against Continental Airlines for frisking a former president of the country as he was to travel to New York in April.

Construction cranes toppleupdated: Tue Jul 14 2009 00:19:00

Construction cranes collapse at a metro rail work site, a day after a subway bridge collapsed at the same location.

Journalist throws shoe at Indian home ministerupdated: Tue Apr 07 2009 04:58:00

A journalist hurled a shoe at the Indian home minister, apparently in anger over his Congress party fielding a leader who had been accused of leading anti-Sikh riots in New Delhi in the aftermath of the assassination of Indira Gandhi in 1984.

India's disappearing slumsupdated: Wed Jan 14 2009 22:30:00

Are India's efforts to beautify before the commonwealth games leaving some out in the cold? CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

India razes slums, leaves poor homelessupdated: Wed Jan 14 2009 22:30:00

Hanso Devi moved to New Delhi from Rajasthan with just one hope -- to make a better life for herself and her family.

New Delhi airport scareupdated: Sat Dec 06 2008 16:04:00

CNN's Sara Sidner reports on a security scare at the New Delhi airport.

New Delhi airport gets security scareupdated: Thu Dec 04 2008 22:39:00

Indian police swiftly handled a "security scare" at New Delhi's major airport early Friday amid heightened concern in the wake of last week's terror attack in which gunmen killed 179 people in Mumbai.

Time.com: Recession? Not in New Delhi's Luxury Stores updated: Wed Oct 29 2008 14:00:00

The wealth of India's capital is built on a still booming traditional economy, not the diving stock market. And much of it based on cash not credit

Bridge collapses in Indiaupdated: Sun Oct 19 2008 10:03:00

One person was killed and several injured in New Delhi after a bridge, still under construction, collapsed.

New Delhi bridge collapse kills twoupdated: Sun Oct 19 2008 10:03:00

A partially built bridge collapsed in New Delhi on Sunday onto several vehicles below, killing two people and wounding 11 others, police said.

Inspector, bomb suspects die in Delhi gunbattleupdated: Fri Sep 19 2008 10:36:00

A police officer and two suspected Islamic terrorists believed involved in a series of bombings were killed in gunbattle Friday in New Delhi, a police official said.

Ragpickersupdated: Fri Sep 19 2008 08:24:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

New Delhi blasts death toll rises to 20updated: Sun Sep 14 2008 03:14:00

The death toll in a string of explosions that ripped through busy marketplaces in New Delhi has risen to 20, police said Sunday.

Time.com: New Delhi Explosions Kill 10, Injure 61updated: Sat Sep 13 2008 12:35:00

A series of explosions across New Delhi killed at least 10 people Saturday and injured 61

Water vs. Developmentupdated: Wed Aug 13 2008 07:35:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Jackals, lizards and birds ground flightsupdated: Tue Jun 17 2008 10:15:00

Dozens of flights were delayed at India's New Delhi airport Monday after lizards, birds and jackals strayed on to a runway to seek refuge from the monsoon rains.

Monsoon Woodingupdated: Thu May 29 2008 12:22:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Monsoon Woodingupdated: Thu May 29 2008 12:22:00

Vimlendu and a group of volunteers join a campaign to preserve New Delhi?s trees and to plant new saplings around the city.

Time.com: India's JonBenet Ramsey Case?updated: Thu May 29 2008 04:00:00

A double murder in an affluent New Delhi suburb has become a national obsession, raising questions about the conduct of both the police and the media

The tarnished Taj Mahalupdated: Fri Apr 25 2008 09:41:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Thai security greets Olympic torchupdated: Fri Apr 18 2008 04:24:00

The Olympic flame arrived in Bangkok early Friday from New Delhi, India, where extraordinary security measures kept thousands of anti-Chinese protesters mostly at bay during a shortened relay on Thursday.

At the river's sourceupdated: Wed Apr 16 2008 13:05:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Time.com: India Grapples with Its Gamesupdated: Sun Mar 23 2008 13:00:00

In the shadow of the Beijing Olympics, New Delhi's preparations to stage the 2010 Commonwealth Games are floundering

Looking for justiceupdated: Thu Mar 20 2008 12:41:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Looking for justiceupdated: Thu Mar 20 2008 12:41:00

Vimlendu is at a rally for the dead, dying and survivors of the Bhopal gas leak as they petition the Indian government.

Homecomingupdated: Wed Mar 12 2008 06:53:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Homecomingupdated: Wed Mar 12 2008 06:53:00

Vimlendu takes a day off to visit his home town of Bhagalpur and tours his old school.

Helping the homelessupdated: Thu Feb 21 2008 10:12:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Virtual volunteeringupdated: Mon Jan 28 2008 10:47:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Virtual volunteeringupdated: Mon Jan 28 2008 10:47:00

Swechha has teamed up with the University of Wisconsin to get t-shirt and poster designs to spread the message further.

The abandoned riverupdated: Wed Jan 16 2008 09:44:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

The abandoned riverupdated: Wed Jan 16 2008 09:44:00

Vimlendu attends a Shramdaan on the banks of the Yamuna where local children help clean the river's polluted water.

Time.com: India's Jobless to Sterilize Monkeysupdated: Fri Jan 04 2008 12:00:00

A northern Indian state said Thursday it planned to use unemployed youths to sterilize monkeys to try to combat aggressive primates who have been raiding farms

Small hands cleaning the riverupdated: Fri Dec 21 2007 10:58:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Send in the clownsupdated: Thu Dec 13 2007 12:43:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Awareness through performance updated: Fri Dec 07 2007 12:37:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Awareness through performanceupdated: Fri Dec 07 2007 12:37:00

Vimlendu partners with the people behind the Dreamtime Circus, who are putting on a series of shows called Circus For Change.

Yamuna -- a dumping groundupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 07:46:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Yamuna's toxic godsupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 07:45:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Yamuna's toxic godsupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 07:45:00

As a Hindu festival closes in New Delhi, idols are cast into the river Yamuna further polluting the water.

Indian village lifeupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 07:25:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

The International Day of Peaceupdated: Tue Oct 16 2007 05:14:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

International Day of Peaceupdated: Tue Oct 16 2007 05:14:00

September 21 is International Peace Day, and Vimlendu hosts a workshop where young people explore the meaning of peace.

The war on wasteupdated: Fri Oct 12 2007 07:38:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Showing Shimlaupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 10:59:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Be The Change: Vimlenduupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 11:41:00

Vimlendu, head of the We For Change Foundation is going to report on his efforts to clean the river Yamuna, New Delhi

Video profile: Vimlendu Jhaupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 11:41:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

The story of a city's wasteupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 11:35:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Vimlendu tours a landfillupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 11:35:00

To show New Delhi?s school children what happens to their waste, Vimlendu leads a tour of a city landfill

Vimlendu Jha in New Delhiupdated: Thu Sep 20 2007 07:49:00

Vimlendu Jha is a natural leader. Just watch him in action.

Fortune: India's rivers are drowning in pollutionupdated: Mon Jun 04 2007 08:40:00

At dawn, under the belly of a wrought-iron bridge, 12-year-old Somnath Dantoso drops a dumbbell-shaped magnet from his makeshift raft into New Delhi's Yamuna River. It is a routine he has followed ...

Eye on India: A deeper lookupdated: Tue Mar 06 2007 04:21:00

From March 18-24 CNN International will combine live broadcasts from New Delhi with a "Town Hall" discussion before a studio audience and reports on the people and the issues shaping India today.

Sketches of bomb suspects releasedupdated: Tue Feb 20 2007 02:39:00

Police in India on Tuesday released sketches of two men suspected in the deadly fire bombing of a Pakistani-bound train north of New Delhi, an attack called a "well-planned conspiracy" that may have involved as many as five people.

India, Pakistan vow to press for peaceupdated: Mon Feb 19 2007 04:26:00

India and Pakistan have vowed to press ahead with a peace process despite a bomb attack that sparked a fire and killed more than five dozen people aboard a train connecting the two countries.

Business 2.0: Tutors Get Outsourcedupdated: Mon Oct 02 2006 11:15:00

IDEA NO. 6 Services that once required face time can be profitably handled online.

New Delhi 'bomb mastermind' arrestedupdated: Sun Nov 13 2005 06:45:00

A pharmaceutical sales executive who is believed to be the "financier, conspirator and spokesperson" behind last month's New Delhi bombings is in police custody, authorities said Sunday.

Militants deny India bombing linksupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 07:11:00

The main militant group suspected of being behind the deadly weekend bomb attacks in New Delhi has denied any responsibility, according to news reports.

India: Foreign links to bombingsupdated: Mon Oct 31 2005 00:18:00

India's prime minister has told Pakistan's president there are indications of foreign links to the New Delhi bombings and reminded him of his country's pledge to fight terrorism.

Click a camera phone at your perilupdated: Thu Sep 01 2005 04:57:00

As cameras become a common feature on mobile phones, travelers are becoming increasingly aware of when they can or cannot use them.

India: Blast on train kills 10updated: Thu Jul 28 2005 19:01:00

At least 10 people were killed and dozens more were wounded in an explosion aboard a crowded passenger train Thursday in the central Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, according to the railways minister Lalu Prasad Yadavsaid.

Blasts rock 2 New Delhi cinemasupdated: Sun May 22 2005 12:55:00

Two movie theaters in New Delhi were struck by explosions Sunday evening, killing at least one person and leaving at least 45 people wounded, police and officials said.

U.S. shutters New Delhi embassy updated: Thu Aug 05 2004 03:56:00

Fearing possible attacks, the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi has closed its public offices, a statement on the embassy Web site said.

Money Magazine: Unwrapping the Package Tour No longer are group tours just for losers, spinsters and Chevy Chase. Here's how to let an expert plupdated: Fri May 01 1998 00:01:00

Okay, you'd like to travel overseas. And you're weighing the exotic appeal of exploring a foreign country against the daunting task of planning such a trip. You want to get the most out of your vac...

Fortune: WELCOME ABROAD!updated: Mon Nov 10 1997 00:01:00

One of our competitors (the biweekly owned by a perennial Republican presidential wannabe) has been making noise lately about its plans to launch a new foreign edition next year. We'd like to welco...

Fortune: THE NEWEST CASTE: YUPPIES updated: Mon Aug 10 1992 00:01:00

The men on FORTUNE's cover are typical of a swelling legion of bright, young college-educated professionals who in the past would have taken posts in government or with old-line businesses. Now the...

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