Crematoriums, busy hospitals, shelter homes, and empty roads—Parul Sharma's works capture the soul of a capital city on pause.
Sunny alias Nandi, a notorious gangster accused in a double murder case, was out on interim bail to seek medical treatment.
The cops were tipped off after cars outside the club caused a traffic snarl.
A Muslim family not only found out they were burying the wrong body, they also discovered that their loved one, who died of COVID-19, had been cremated by a Hindu family due to the hospital's oversight.
Bodies are accumulating in hospitals as the nation's morgues and crematoriums are flooded.
Why Delhi Government’s Decision to Allow Only City Residents to Get Treatment in Most Hospitals Is Worrying
This move comes amid concerns over “black-marketing” of hospital beds, even as some doctors feel it's unfair.
With over 10 tremors in the past two months, we asked a seismologist if we need to add worrying about a big earthquake to the long list of things we’re currently worrying about.
After releasing prisoners to avoid overcrowding of jails during the pandemic, authorities now are looking for newer ways to track those out on bail.
The first phase of lockdown relaxation was preceded by the biggest one-day spike in COVID-19 cases.
A refuge for victims of the recent pogroms in Delhi was just shut down because of coronavirus. Now, many are essentially homeless.
Reporting from riot-hit areas can take a toll on mental health, and I’m not ashamed to admit it.
“People with bullet injuries had shrapnel all over their bodies. A man’s scrotum area had been split in half. The visuals were devastating.”