Title: "A Fundraiser Evening of Naatya Katha by Dr. Sonal Mansingh" Date: 2019 Synopsis: Salaam Baalak Trust presents a fundraiser evening of Naatya Katha by Dr. Sonal Mansingh, one of India's finest exponents of Bharatanatyam and Odissi dance. Source & Links:delhievents.com.
Title: "Young ears are seasoned by what they hear" Date: 2018 Synopsis: What you listen to actually becomes the guide of our soul' says Shekhar Ravijiani. Read out what this renowned music composer has to say about the singers of today. Source & Links:Linkedin.
Title: Book tickets here "Hazaaron Khwahishein Aisi" Date: 2018 Synopsis: There is nothing like soulful renditions of the phenomenal Jagjit Singh. To revive his melodies, Shekhar Ravjiani is bringing in a beautiful evening for everybody. Check out the coverage here. Be a part of the evening on 13th of December 2018 Source & Links:insider.in.
Title: 30th anniversary with "Hazaaron Khwahishein Aisi" Date: 2018 Synopsis: Salaam Baalak Trust, an NGO working with street children, is commemorating its 30th anniversary with "Hazaaron Khwahishein Aisi", a tribute to late 'ghazal king' Jagjit Singh performed by singer-composer Shekhar Ravjiani featuring renowned instrumentalist Deepak Pandit. Source & Links:Business Standard.
Title: Qutbi brothers to raise funds for underprivileged children Date: 2018 Synopsis: The mesmerizing event will feature an eventful evening of qawwali with Qutbi brothers qawwals. Source & Links:Millennium Post
Title: City walk with SBT at Paharganj Date: 2018 Synopsis: Let's look at Salaam Baalak Trust's city walk through Ambica Gulati's lens. She has an amazing story to share with us. Source & Links:Patriot Weekly Newspaper
Title: SBT mental health programme Date: 2017 Synopsis: Fear, depression and abuse: A look at the ignored mental health of adolescents in forced labour Source & Links:The News Minute
Title: Meet family that's ray of hope for street kids Date: 2017 Synopsis: Street kids are the most neglected children in India.. Source & Links:Times of India
Title: Experience Delhi Like an Insider Date: 2017 Synopsis: Fall in love with Delhi's past and present through a curated visit to its historic sites, pristine organic farm villas on the outskirts. Source & Links:Vanilla Luxury
Title: Don't give money to the children on the streets of India. Here's what you can do instead. Date: 2017 Synopsis: WHEN YOU TRAVEL TO INDIA, it is inevitable that you be approached by begging children on the streets. Source & Links:Lola Mendez
Title: Social Innovator from India Awarded Honorary Doctorate Date: 2017 Synopsis: CQUniversity Vice-Chancellor Professor Scott Bowman has awarded Salaam Baalak Trust founder Ms Praveen Nair with an Honorary Doctor in Social Innovation during his recent visit to India. Source & Links:CQUniversity Australia
Title: An Ismat Chughtai Double Bill - Gharwali & Mughal Baccha Date: 2017 Synopsis: Come join us under the Banyan Tree at Gallery 1AQ for an evening of Dastangoi by Sunil Mehra & Askari Naqvi presenting An Ismat Chugtai Double Bill, in aid of Salaam Balaak Trust! Source & Links:Times of India (What's Hot)
Title: Papa CJ Comedy Show' fundraiser for Salaam Baalak Trust Date: 2016 Synopsis: Renowned comedian and master improviser Papa CJ performed in front of a packed crowd at Ojas Art Gallery on 4th December for Salaam Baalak Trust, to raise funds for a cause. Source & Links:The Sunday Standard,
Title: Mira Nairs Film - QUEEN OF KATWE Date: 2016 Synopsis: The 2016 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) featured a bumper crop of Indian films, giving them a potent platform, but mainstream Bollywood couldn't get any screen time. Hurry !!! book your Donor passes Link: http://www.salaambaalaktrust.com
Title: Give them wings and watch them fly Source: Vistara Magazines Date: 2016 Synopsis: 12 children who had never seen the inside of an aircraft experienced their first ever air journey on Vistara's maiden flight from Delhi to Mumbai. The residents of the shelters run by the Salaam Baalak Trust across NCR. Link: https://airvistara.com/trip/inflight-magazine/monthly#jan16
Title: One-way street for children Source: Deccan Herald Date: 2016 Synopsis: Bindiya, 13, along with four other children, leaves her home in slum cluster in Narela at 7 am sharp every day. They return home by around 5 pm. Their routine may be mistaken for school timings. But these children head to Connaught Place to sell pens to make a living. Link: http://www.deccanherald.com/content/555728/one-way-street-children.html
Title: Soulful Sufi evening Source: The Asian Age and Hindustan Times (Delhi) Date: 2015 Synopsis: Salaam Balak Trust recently organised a Sufi night at Indigo Restaurant One Style Mile Link:The Asian Age and Hindustan Times (Delhi)
Title: International award for Salaam Baalak Trust Source: DNA India Date: 2014 Synopsis: Salaam Baalak Trust (SBT), which works with children in Delhi has been got an international award, the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards for 2014 given out by the US government. The award carries a $10,000 grant and support in communications and capacity building for a year. Link:http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-international-award-for-salaam-baalak-trust-2034284
Title: Australian Foreign Minister visits Salaam Baalak Trust Source: Australian High Commission - India Date: 2009 Synopsis: Australia is supporting the work of Salaam Baalak through the Australian High Commission New Delhi's Direct Aid program, with a grant of up to 10 lakh rupees ($30,000). Link:http://www.india.embassy.gov.au/ndli/pafmvisit15oct.html
Title: Salaam Baalak Trust, NGO Source: Wikipedia Date: Page registered since 2008 Synopsis: Salaam Baalak Trust (SBT) is an Indian non-profit and non-governmental organization which provides support for street and working children in the inner cities of New Delhi, and Mumbai. Link:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salaam_Baalak_Trust
Title: Discover a Delhi underbelly you never knew, through the eyes of child guides Source: The Telegraph, Calcutta Date: 2007 Synopsis: Dark, dank alleys wind round the New Delhi railway station. Chaos everywhere as cars, cycle rickshaws, handcarts and buses aim for the same lane all at once. Link:http://www.thehindu.com/2004/12/05/stories/2004120510160400.htm