Rahul Bhatia
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Danish Siddiqui’s Singular Images Captured Our Uncomfortable Truths
The photographer, who was killed in Afghanistan this month, was a prolific chronicler of political violence and societal disquiet.
By Rahul BhatiaJuly 23, 2021
India’s Epidemic of False COVID-19 Information
As patients and families frantically seek treatment, elected officials—and some physicians—have fuelled denialism and specious talk of miracle cures.
By Rahul BhatiaMay 10, 2021
How India’s Welfare Revolution Is Starving Citizens
For the past two years, food campaigners have watched in alarm as the Aadhaar I.D. system has taken hold in India’s bureaucracy.
By Rahul BhatiaMay 16, 2018
2017 In Review
The Year of Love Jihad in India
The parents of a young Hindu woman who converted to Islam have waged a court battle to prevent their daughter’s marriage to a man suspected of ties to ISIS.
By Rahul BhatiaDecember 31, 2017
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