Why McDonald’s Is a Status Symbol in Smaller Cities of India
Having grown up in a city devoid of 'Mac-D', where only the rich kids could bring back Happy Meal toys and day-old burgers from another city, the recent opening of a McDonald's seems to say we're finally cool.
How Hip Hop and Breakdancing Changed the Lives of Two Deaf Boys From India
The journey of b-boys Jatin Tiwari and Ubaidurrehman Sayyed, from being societal “outcasts” to earning self-esteem, respect and a platform to express themselves.
This Activist Group Dresses Up in Saris and Bindis to Highlight the Climate Crisis
In a country where floods and droughts are occurring at the same time, The Red Saree Brigade wants to draw attention to a problem that most Indians still don’t see as part of the global crisis.
A Look at the Lives of People Separating Waste at One of Asia's Biggest Garbage Dumps
Between battling authorities who have closed off access to their only source of livelihood, harassment by the local mafia and a drug problem, this is the harsh reality of being a ragpicker at India’s Deonar dump.
We Visited the Mumbai Neighbourhood so Polluted It's Been Declared Unfit for Human Habitation
Mahul poses a dystopian and disturbing picture of what happens when you’re forced to live amidst extreme pollution. It’s a story that can only end in death, unless residents somehow scrape together the resources to leave.