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Atish Patel

Book Talk: Ordinary lives in the extraordinary world of Delhi brothels

Jan 17 2013

NEW DELHI Sushma looks as if she's in her late forties but she's not sure about her real age. Her name isn't real either, just the one she goes by in New Delhi's red light district.

Ordinary lives in the extraordinary world of Delhi brothels

Jan 17 2013

NEW DELHI Sushma looks as if she's in her late forties but she's not sure about her real age. Her name isn't real either, just the one she goes by in New Delhi's red light district.

Book Talk: Ordinary lives in the extraordinary world of Delhi brothels

Jan 17 2013

NEW DELHI, Jan 17 Sushma looks as if she's in her late forties but she's not sure about her real age. Her name isn't real either, just the one she goes by in New Delhi's red light district.

Book Talk: Ordinary lives in the extraordinary world of Delhi's brothels

Dec 19 2012

NEW DELHI Sushma looks like she's in her late forties; she's not sure about her age. It's not her real name but the one she goes by in New Delhi's red light district.

Rare Cartier-Bresson photos of Sri Aurobindo on display

Sep 20 2012

NEW DELHI Artist Henri Cartier-Bresson's photographs of Sri Aurobindo, the guru nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, and his French-born spiritual companion are on exhibit in New Delhi, offering a rare glimpse of life at the Aurobindo ashram in Pondicherry.

Rare Cartier-Bresson photos of Indian guru on display

Sep 20 2012

NEW DELHI Artist Henri Cartier-Bresson's photographs of an Indian guru nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and his French-born spiritual companion are on exhibit in New Delhi, offering a rare glimpse of life at the Aurobindo ashram in southern India.

Rare Cartier-Bresson photos of Indian guru on display

Sep 20 2012

NEW DELHI, Sept 20 Artist Henri Cartier-Bresson's photographs of an Indian guru nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and his French-born spiritual companion are on exhibit in New Delhi, offering a rare glimpse of life at the Aurobindo ashram in southern India.

India's shunned transgenders struggle to survive

May 17 2012

NEW DELHI Seema, a husband and father of two, gets ready for another night of work on the streets of the Indian capital, placing two halves of a yellow sponge ball into empty bra cups.

India's shunned transgenders struggle to survive

May 17 2012

NEW DELHI Seema, a husband and father of two, gets ready for another night of work on the streets of New Delhi, placing two halves of a yellow sponge ball into empty bra cups.

Indian society struggling with gay rights: activist

May 10 2012

NEW DELHI Legalizing homosexuality has had little impact on the deeply entrenched homophobia in India, where thousands of gays still face discrimination and a lack of basic rights, the country's most prominent gay rights activist told Reuters.

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