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Hazrat Shah Waliullah Public Library is home to about 20,000 books, including rare works in Urdu, Persian and Arabic. One morning in May, 1987, Mohammad Naeem lay in bed for almost an hour, well after everyone in his Old Delhi home had started their day. He hadn’t slept well. The night had been full of […]
The Delhi Youth Welfare Association in collaboration with AFMI (American Federation of Muslims of Indian origin) will hold the 28th edition of its annual awards function on January 13, 2018 (10AM-1PM) at Hindi Bhavan, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg, New Delhi, to felicitate the meritorious students of board examinations in class X and XII from 15 […]
Shah Waliullah Library: A Small But Powerful Effort To Promote Education In The Walled City Of Delhi
An outsider might find the bustling narrow roads behind old Delhi’s Jama Masjid charming, but Mr. Mohammed Naeem, President of the Delhi Youth Welfare Association (DYWA), breaks this illusion by shedding light on the grim reality of those residing here and the apathetic attitude of the administration. “Two trucks can pass on the same road, […]
Old Delhi, to the general mind, is a picture of chaos, rickshaws, pullers, pushers and a teeming crowd. But there is none of it in this part of the Walled City that I venture into — Pahari Imli beyond Bulbule Khana. Perched on a mound, its lanes are mostly steps and slopes, meant only for […]
What people say about Delhi Youth Welfare Association
I am pursuing Textile Designing (2016-2020) which is a four-year course including 8 semester in National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT Jodhpur) would like to acknowledge Delhi Youth Welfare Association for supporting me financially in terms of stationary from August 2016.
Delhi Youth Welfare Association provided me with Rs 3,500 every month for the first year as per the requirement for the year.
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