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How the Modi government fuels a dangerous vigilantism
Shahidul Alam’s exploration of Bangladeshi photography and activism
Nepal–India tensions have advanced from the diplomatic level to the public sphere
ON 23 SEPTEMBER 1950, the diplomat Ralph Bunche, seen here addressing the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. The first black Nobel laureate, Bunche was awarded the prize for his efforts in ending the 1948 Arab–Israeli War.
Shades of The Grey
A Pune bakery rejects the rigid binaries of everyday life / Gender
A photographer-nurse recalls the Delhi violence
Licence to Kill
A photojournalist’s account of documenting the Delhi violence
CRIME AND PREJUDICE
The BJP and Delhi Police’s hand in the Delhi violence
How India exploits health workers
India’s telling silence on the Hagia Sophia controversy
This traditional birthing option has evolved to meet the needs of today’s pregnant moms
HELPING FIGHT THE PANDEMIC WITH A SONG
A worker sings ‘parodies’ to make tribals aware of Covid norms and the need for vaccination, by Mukesh Ranjan
Palawan gov't eyes island brgy as tourist destination
PUERTO PRINCESA CITY — The town of Dumaran, located in the northern part of Palawan, is being eyed as a prime tourist destination after the provincial government announced plans to develop a 1.5-hectare salt farm in the island barangay of Bohol.
Justine Picardie explora la fascinación en el mundo de la moda por las inspiraciones siniestras, desde Coco Chanel hasta Alexander McQueen.