The enduring images of a city that drowned in three days of rain.
by Saurav KumarJan 06, 2016
The MTC bus
driver, one hand clutching his jaw and the other sitting dead on the steering
wheel, was blinking hard and fast like bursts from a machine gun as the vehicle
barrelled down MTH Road in north Chennai. The road was empty and intact, the
sky blue, and the rain faint. There were a dozen or so passengers, mostly old
men and women, and a young woman carrying two large cans of idlis and pongal to
distribute to those whose houses had flooded. Her house had survived, and she
had heard t
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