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Summer Break

Copper-pods fallen off Yellow Flame trees line a street outside the Mumbai Police Headquarters, a sight that

Hail the Healer

It was in 2008 that Omkar Nath Sharma, a retired blood bank technician, witnessed the collapse of a bridge

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Lady Hulk

Navreet Josan, a make-up artist based in Delhi, is not just about lipsticks and rouge. Originally from

Mountain Therapy

Daily wage workers on a break in Kasauni, Uttarakhand, enjoy a spot of sunshine and take in the grandeur of

Life is Beautiful

One-year-old Paul from Kenya relaxes in his mother’s arms at Apollo Hospital, Delhi, after a liver transplant

Market Savvy

Chawri Bazaar in Old Delhi, one of India’s busiest markets, does business worth several hundred crores on a

Bling and Belong

C Mahendran, an AIADMK Member of Parliament, is spotted wearing a gold bracelet with a photograph of party

The Grave Side

Lehlu Savino of the Angami Naga tribe stands next to the grave of his grandparents at Khonoma village, about

On Your Marks

Greyhounds chase a dummy rabbit at the Kila Raipur Sports Festival, Punjab. Popularly known as India’s Rural

So There You Are

BJP leader and Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti in conversation with Congress President Sonia Gandhi

Light on the Hill

The North and South Blocks at Raisina Hill in New Delhi are lit up in the days leading up to India’s 67th

Call of the Cranes

Keechan, a world heritage site, is a small town in Jodhpur district, Rajasthan, which sees many visitors

Indira Gandhi, 1969

It was said of Indira Gandhi that she was ‘the only man in her cabinet’. Here she is in a meeting, surrounded

Seeking Ambedkar

Villagers with a statue of BR Ambedkar at a sporting event in Anandpur Sahib, Punjab. India celebrates

Chennai Underwater

The worst rainfall in Chennai for 100 years has left the city battered. Over 190 lives have been claimed by

Riding High

Tourists enjoy a camel ride at the Pushkar Fair in Rajasthan. Drawing nearly 100,000 people and 40,000 camels

Ethereal Light

The 260-year-old Safdarjung’s Tomb, New Delhi, in evening sunlight. The last such monument built by the

The Pink .303 Revolution

Women certainly made their presence felt in the Bihar elections. Armed women security personnel were seen

Fine Loss, Finer Verse

Mappings, Vikram Seth’s first book of verse, bears translations of poets Heine, Nirala and Faiz Ahmed Faiz;