Monthly Archives: February 2014

Drifting young soul in Libya

A several days ago, I saw a modified car speeding and skidding on the road in Delhi at night. It reminded me of a scene I photographed in Libya. It was more than two years ago, while covering the anti-Qaddafi revolution. I was at a ‘drifting’ site in the eastern city of Benghazi. White smoke […]

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India’s Communal Violence

Last month, I visited Muzaffarnagar, a district about 130km north of Delhi, to photograph people who were displaced from their homes due to communal violence between Hindu Jats and Muslims.  Although four months have passed since the clash, more than 15,000 Muslims were still living in tents at several camps throughout the district. As the […]

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