Reporting from conflict and post-conflict areas, Internal-Displacement, developmental reportage, Photojournalism, Documentary Photography
The decision to further split the districts of Manipur, India has alienated an already divided people and intensified tension in a State crippled by economic blockade
The observance of “Tribal Unity Day” in Churachandpur, Manipur, India.
In Manipur, a protest enters its second year.
Spasmodic Bloodshed on India's North-Eastern Periphery
On the boil for over a month, Churachandpur finds its women leading from the front as it challenges the Manipur government’s ‘anti-tribal’ land bills...
Parched Land. Farmer Suicides. Forced Migration: Dr...
The people who have kept the Churachandpur movement alive for a year
It’s an uneasy peace in Manipur’s Churachandpur as the deeply divided Kuki-Chin-Zomi clans join forces against the State to protect tribal land ownership rights...
The monsoons have brought more violence to Bodoland. As the rains wash the blood off the street in Kokrajhar after the recent attack at a weekly market, claims and counter-claims suggest something is amiss...
Statehood Agitations cripples life in India's north-east
Some 50,000 people were displaced in 2013 from their homes in northern India by the worst Hindu-Muslim violence in a decade.
Drug Resistant Tuberculosis in India
Reverse Migration in India
An allegation of sexual assault by a lower-caste mother of four suggests change is coming slowly for women in India's vast rural hinterland.