The Times of India Empowers its Readers
Rally for rivers: Take a pledge today to save our rivers from dying
If you are concerned about India rivers, the simplest way you can participate in reviving them is by taking a pledge today and asking your friends and family to participate as well. On 2nd Oct 2017,
Get high on life: Join Times campaign against drug abuse
With nearly 18% of the world’s population in the 15 64 age group, India is a prime market for illicit opiates originating in Asia. Government estimates say India has witnessed a 455% increase in drug
Fast Track The Talwar Trial: Join Times Campaign
There is little doubt that the manner in which the Aarushi murder case was handled was slipshod. There were so many loose ends and unanswered questions. Join Times campaign if you feel the case needsReNew Power and The Times of India have partnered together on Warmth a campaign to enwrap the less privileged fellow citizens of Delhi in the warmth of kindness and giving.
Ban The Bans: Is India Becoming An Intolerant Nation?
First they stopped you from watching a documentary on Delhi rape hermes jige replica
case on TV, then they barred you from eating beef in Maharashtra. India’s list of banned items keeps getting longer and some are so
Delhi lets get moving
I just joined the Times Campaign: Delhi Let Get Moving. You should join too!
TOI Green Drive: Join the drive to help Delhi breathe
In October 2014, The Times of India embarked on a mission and helped the city finally see the smog in the air through the Delhi Breathe campaign. It urged key stakeholders and government reps to
The battle for neutral internet: Join Times Campaign
Free speech, equal access, innovation and opportunity everything that the Internet stands for is in danger. By giving a platform to both the old and the new, the well funded and the upcoming, the established and the struggler, the internet gave wings to every business dream and power in the hands of the individual to choose. All this is in danger.
Let Delhi Breathe: Sign up to save Delhi from choking
The greatest threat to us in Delhi today is the air that we are breathing. The city has been ranked as the most polluted city in the world by WHO. Dangerous Particulate Matter PM 2.5 in Delhi’s air averages up to 15 times higher than the annual permissible limit! The air is very hazardous and has serious consequences for those living in the city.
It is fast developing a reputation as an unliveable city, one in which people would rather not see their children grow up breathing the poisonous air. Many with options are understandably voting with their feet and leaving the city for a more conducive atmosphere literally. At this rate, far from being viewed as a place of opportunity, Delhi could soon be viewed as one in which people live out of sheer economic necessity. That’s not a happy position to occupy. It is high time that our administration and politicians take note of this and share an immediate action plan to combat the situation. We invite our readers to show their support towards this campaign by taking the pledge.