Walking, Dodging, Hiding, Waiting: Delhi in the time of the Virus

It isn't as if people aren't bothered about the deathly coronavirus. We are more bothered about a question that has been thrown at us in the throes of the lockdown: Where do we belong? And to whom? A visual report
By: Madhu Kapparath
Published: Apr 2, 2020
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A crow, considered a vehicle of the God of Death in mythology, at dusk overlooking the Raisina Hill. The authorities are tackling a logistical nightmare as the virus rides on many, to states across the length and breadth of India. And it’s merely Day 8 of the lockdown.