Across Chandni Chowk, the one-stop shop for all things matrimonial, The Sunday Express joins a 22-year-old as he sets off with a little band, a little baaja and a little baraat. Photographs: Tashi Tobgyal
“Pollution” got Sunny and Rani a day off from school last week, they are not sure what that means, for their mother juggling multiple things at once, the bad air is just an added concern, without answers.
Over two nights, separated by two months, an officer accused of corruption, his wife and two children committed suicide in Delhi. As CBI is accused of “harassing” the family to death, Ankita Dwivedi Johri traces the lives of the Bansals.
Ahead of Independence Day, thousands of miniature Tricolours are making their way to traffic lights across Delhi, some from as far as China. Two sisters at the South Extension-Kotla traffic signal are trying everything — nagging, crying, smiling, and going for the cars with kids — to sell their stock of 200
A generation of youngsters born in 1991 grew up in a world very different from that of their parents. Four 25-year olds talk about negotiating economic freedom, social pressures and the loneliness and anxiety of being the children of liberalisation.
What does it take to transform the world’s second-largest private residence to ‘the best hotel in the world’? A look beyond the tranquil environs and lavender-diffused air at Jodhpur’s Umaid Bhawan Palace.
2015 was the year of migrants. To mark 2016, The Sunday Express tracks 16 people who moved home in 2015, some of them in public glare, some just a footnote in India’s internal migrants story, to begin new lives.