under Shubhangi Swarup

Turtuk was a border region in Pakistan until 1971. One fine day, it became a part of India. The unsettling effects of this switch are still visible

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17 Jan 2014 | BY Shubhangi Swarup

Field geologist and Earth Sciences Professor Mike Searle shares his expertise on the shifting plates beneath our feet

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12 Oct 2013 | BY Shubhangi Swarup

In the rains, young fishermen who live around this Mumbai beach go out to sea in search of lost jewellery and coins

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23 Aug 2013 | BY Shubhangi Swarup

The romance of romance in Istanbul

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19 Nov 2012 | BY Shubhangi Swarup

The story of Burmese insurgents who India threw into prison as ‘terrorists’

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17 May 2012 | BY Shubhangi Swarup

And a government that thinks it can discipline it by cracking a whip

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2 Feb 2012

Muslim women of Mumbai’s Bohra community are secretly joining hands to slough off an age-old tradition of female genital mutilation

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27 Jan 2012 | BY Shubhangi Swarup

It takes a few days for first impressions to peel off in Zanzibar, and then you discover its charming eccentricities 

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25 Nov 2011 | BY Shubhangi Swarup

Why the world loves the Gulabi Gang

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2 Oct 2011 | BY Shubhangi Swarup

Nobody knows of their real origin, but Brokpas attract curious visitors, some of who try to satisfy their fantasy of having pure Aryan babies

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4 Aug 2011 | BY Shubhangi Swarup
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