Three generations of a family
condemned to life on a street corner.
by Shuchi KapoorJan 05, 2013
The term megacity conjures up a vision of gleaming lights, luxury high
rises and wide roads with cars zipping through them in a frenetic, endless dance
that represents the urban dream at its most fancy. For the family of Mohammad
Manto the reality is as different as it could be.
Home for them is a Kolkata pavement, for all 12 adults and 17 children.
I met them near the New Market bang opposite the Kolkata Municipal Corporation
as I was taking a stroll one morning. It is hard to believe th
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photographer based in Chennai
The government’s canine force and their
handlers at the National Training Centre for Dogs.
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A billion people and almost as many shades of faith makes India a unique society, even though tolerance and sectarian violence rub shoulders every day.
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The Maaldharis take part in their annual games in the Banni grasslands.
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