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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So many samaritans on an afternoon doling out food and water, that this could rewrite the book. People on the move were refusing food offered from vans that pulled up frequently and from carts lined up along the highway, because there was so much of it.