Three good things: Tourist tours from eye-opening perspectives
Synopsis: Led by women from Albania, Ethiopia and Morocco, the tours discuss customs and traditions from the women's home countries and how these influence immigrant communities in London...
Title: Uncovering the beauty of India
Source: Travel Courier
Synopsis: Every G Adventures tour in Delhi takes part in Salaam Baalak Trust's "City Walk" program, a youth-led walking tour that lets travellers uncover another side of the city, led by former street kids...
Title: Salaam Baalak Trust - Delhi
Source: HELP YOUR NGO
Synopsis: Salaam Baalak Trust gets donations from a large number of domestic and foreign institutions and individuals...
Title: Citywalk with the Salaam Balaak Trust
Source: Tilak Chowdhury, DGM - Corporate Communications at Egis India
Synopsis: I am writing this column in my personal capacity. I am just sharing my experience of the City walk...
Title: Destination guide to Delhi
Source: Virgin Atlantic, UK
Synopsis: Delve into the colourful sights of Delhi, a capital of hidden gems, ancient monuments and wonderful cuisine. Virgin Atlantic's guide to Delhi gives you the very best on offer.
Title: Top 10 things to do in Delhi, India
Source: The Guardian, UK
Synopsis: Try a walking tour of Delhi organised by the Salaam Baalak Trust, a charity caring for the poor and homeless. Former street children give guided tours showing the life of the city's kids and orphans.
Title: What India's space scientists and street children have in common
Source: BBC News, India
Synopsis: As India launched a mission to Mars this week, I could not help noting some surprising similarities between the ingenuity of the country's space scientists and its street children - many of whom are creative small-scale entrepreneurs.
Title: Among street children in New Delhi, to save them from addiction, theft and violence
Synopsis: A two-hour walk through the narrow streets of Paharganj, lively district of New Delhi, under the leadership of a former street kid. With this proposal the organization Salaam Baalak Trust allows every day to dozens of visitors from around the world to immerse themselves in the reality of street life, with the eyes of those who have actually experienced having to face hardships of all kinds.
Title: Streets of dreams
Source: Hindustan Times
Synopsis: Tabrez, wearing blue jeans and a dark blue T-shirt, is ready to take a group of foreigners on a walk through the dark, narrow alleys around the New Delhi railway station and in the Paharganj area.
Title: A walk on the bright side
Source: The Hindu
Synopsis: Satyender escaped to a railway station in Delhi bearing the vagaries of street life before he was rehabilitated by the Salaam Baalak Trust.
Title: One Day On Earth_Iqbal
Source: Ravi Bajpai, Special Correspondent, Indian Express
Synopsis: With help from a NGO, a street child in Indian capital Delhi learns to survive, work and dream. Story of his life and ambitions captured.
Title: A different kind of sightseeing (Reich an Sehenswürdigkeiten, in German)
Source: Sueddeutsche Zeitung
Synopsis: In Delhi, a charity formed street children to tourist guides - its theme is poverty and everyday life in the...
Title: A new hope for Street Kids (in Hindi)
Source: BBC World
Synopsis: India nearly a million children live on the streets. In most of these exploitation of poverty, malnutrition, and are victims of substance abuse.
Title: Taking a Walk into the lives of India's street kids
Source: NPR clip
Synopsis: It's noisy, smoky, smelly, crowded and chaotic - not a part of New Delhi that you'd consider a tourist destination. But every morning, a young Indian guide shepherds a dozen or so visitors into the maze of alleys that surrounds the New Delhi railway station.
Title: Walk with Me
Source: Business Standard
Synopsis: If you're walking past the Railway Reservation Centre on Chelmsford Road just down the street from the Paharganj exit of New Delhi Railway Station, sometime around 10 in the morning, you'll see a young man by the roadside speaking animatedly to a group of 15 or so, mostly foreigners, standing around him. That's the guide of Salaam Baalak Trust City Walk, delivering his opening spiel.
Title: Delhi as the street kids see it
Source: Telegraph, UK
Synopsis: Salaam Baalak (literally, Greetings Street Child) offers daily tours of the area of New Delhi station, where hundreds of homeless children eke a living just as Brijesh once did.
Title: Song of The Street
Source: Outlook India
Synopsis: Before 'Slumdog' Azharuddin Ismail, there was Shafique of Salaam Bombay. And at the New Delhi station, at any given point, there are some 2,500 runaway children seeking shelt
Title: Greeting Children with Trust/Faith...
Source: Personal Blog
Synopsis: Salaam Baalak Trust's City Walk has got unexpected support from "Slumdog Millionaire"
Title: Runaway guides
Source: The Hindu Business Line
Synopsis: This is a city walk unlike any other... street children of Delhi offer glimpses into their way of living and surviving.
Title: City walk with SBT
Source: Tehelka Foundation
Synopsis: Imagining the life of homeless children and actually knowing it, are entirely different things and to make us understand this difference we, a group of nine students, were invited to New Delhi Railway Station.
Title: Discover a Delhi underbelly you never knew, through the eyes of child guides
Source: The Telegraph, India
Synopsis: Discover a Delhi underbelly you never knew, through the eyes of child guides
Title: Street Kids Give Guided Tours of New Delhi
Source: NPR clip
Synopsis: In the capital, New Delhi, some street kids have discovered they can earn income by putting their world on display. Mandy Cunningham sent us this report.