How a Delhi cafe is trying to change how the city views minority ghettos

Published in Business Standard

Even for those well past their college days, the Delhi University campus still holds a unique charm. One can stroll along tree-lined roads, walk into one of the countless cafes for some inexpensive grub and soak in the general air of youthfulness.

At another corner of the city, Jamia Nagar doesn’t feature prominently on the radar of university nostalgists, despite the prestigious Jamia Millia Islamia attracting a large number of students. It isn’t as though it lacks restaurants. Rather it is a marker of how Delhiites view “other” parts of Delhi and, in fact, are …


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