By Avantika Bhuyan
It’s a grey Saturday morning, with a threat of rain in the air, but people are out in full force at the Nature Bazaar in Adchini, Delhi. Aroma of food being cooked wafts from the food court, and a small queue is forming outside a particular stall.
There, ladies in head scarves are busy frying, steaming and cutting veggies. They communicate with the guests in broken Hindi, trying to explain the dishes that they have spent hours preppin ..
Oct 18, 2018As the widely acknowledged site of a massacre, the village of Inn Din in northern Rakhine seemed a peculiar place for Myanmar government officials to kick off a foreign press tour. Walking into the rain-soaked village more than a year later, there were no specific signs of the outburst of sudden, gruesome violence that killed […]
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