A talk by noted development economist Dr. A.K. Shivakumar on ‘Child Rights and India’s Future’ was held on 30 January at Magnolia - India Habitat Centre, as part of the Ritinjali Annual Lecture. The Ritinjali Annual Lecture, commenced with Mr.

The second edition of “Canvas for Life”, a fundraising event in support of Ritinjali’s Cancer Initiative was held at the Luxury Retail Arcade, Oberoi Hotel, Gurgaon on 20 December, 2014.

The ninth edition of Ritinjali ’s Second Chance Golf tournament. presented by Hughes was held on 17th October, 2014 at the Delhi Golf Club.

Ritinjali, in collaboration with Pioneer Urban & Land Infrastructure Ltd. opened a new Learning Centre at Pioneer’s construction site in Sector -62 Gurgaon to cater to the migrant labour population living adjacent to the buildings.

Ritinjali has been collecting relief material and donations to support the relief work being carried out in J&K for the past one month.

The Oberoi Lecture Series, in association with Ritinjali is designed to inspire conversations and dialogue between leaders, where they engage with each other and translate thought and ideas into practice.

Jammu and Kashmir is battling one of the worst floods in decades, with rivers in the region in spate due to days of incessant rain. Over 400 people have died and thousands are stranded across the state, including Srinagar.

The boys from the Second Chance School and the Night School at INA Market came together to celebrate Independence Day at Vasant Valley on 15 August. The youngest member of the group hoisted the flag and this was followed by singing of the National Anthem.

It’s been an exciting first few days for 18 students from the International Summer School, (ISS) New Delhi! Two taxi rides and two trains later, students arrived in Jhalawar, Rajasthan on 15 July; having cheerfully battled humidity, as well as the legendary crowds at the railway stations.

Teachers at Ritinjali’s Learning Centres were introduced to the wondrous and magical world of simple toy designs at the “One to Many” workshop, conducted by Ms. Surabhi Khanna, a Designer from the National Institute of Design (NID), on 29 June.