NATISHA MALLICK

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In the parliamentary elections in India,
the Hindu nationalists want to expand their power. 
In Ayodhya, the religious focal point of the country,
a noticeable number of Muslims are missing from
the lists.They fight with all means for their right to vote.

THE WIRE

Stone Crushing Factories Take a Toll on Workers​
Workers in stone-crushing factories in Beawar,
Rajasthan face serious health hazards.

FOUNTAIN INK MAGAZINE

Framed and forgotten 
On the innocents caught in the terror net. 

THE QUINT

Away From Family, Daily Wage Labourers
Live a Hard & Lonely Life

Skipping meals to save money and send it
back home to their families, migrant workers
have a tough life in Delhi. 

THE QUINT

From Bodybuilder to Publisher –
Journey of a Former Mr. India ​
Once upon a time, he was Mr. India.
Now he’s content running a publishing

house in Vakil Lane. 

THE QUINT

Sickness, Shame and Death Haunt
These Invisible Manual Scavengers 
Manual scavenging was banned in 1993.
But is it really?

THE QUINT

Between Allah and I: Where Do Muslim
Women in India Go to Pray?

To answer the question, it is important to
first understand the praying regimens of
Muslims in India.

THE QUINT

When Power Empowers:
Struggle for Electricity in India’s Capital
How life changed for the residents of slum
clusters in Delhi. 

BLOOMBERG QUINT

It’s Just Another Day in the Capital,
Barring the Smog

PRIVATE PHOTO REVIEW

False Terrorism – Malegaon Edition
Muslims at large are becoming victims of
sweeping generalizations, wrongly perceived
as a threat to society and thus framed as
terrorist sympathizers.

CATCH NEWS

Give the 'dais' their due:
How India can fight its disastrous infant deaths

THE IRISH TIMES

The missing children of India
You expect parents to be heartbroken
if a daughter disappears, but in Delhi,
things are more complex.

 

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