Lying abandoned for four days in a field, a two-year-old fought stab wounds, heat, rain, hunger, thirst and maggots. While her survival was a miracle, could the rest of her story in a child care home in west UP also turn out the same? The Indian Express on the next chapter for Gudiya
On April 17, Jet Airways flew its last flight, grounding what was once India’s premier private airlines and leaving thousands of employees and their families facing an uncertain future. While some of them have moved on to other jobs, many others have little option but to wait and hope.
Over 14,460 bunkers are being built across border villages of Jammu and Kashmir that are often at the mercy of firing and mortar shelling from across the border. The Indian Express travels to villages along the border where these grey, concrete structures evoke hope and a few questions: “I can't take my cattle there, can I?”
Cleaning Kumbh: When the largest-ever human gathering collects at one place in Prayagraj, what does it take to get it ready for a new day? Indian Express finds out, through the Mela officials and their toilet and dustbin maths, the 20,000 sanitation workers and their stories — and a newborn
Six months after they entered the Uttar Pradesh Sainik School, in Class 9, it’s the girl ‘cadets’ who are more “settled”. They are the first ever girls to be admitted to the school, 58 years after it came up.
Half a century after they were set up in 1961, Sainik Schools have opened doors to girls. The Sunday Express meets the six 12-year-olds making history in a Mizoram village, dreaming to be soldiers, sailors and pilots, and barely sweating about it. The boys, they are catching up.
Assistant Editor Arun Janardhanan goes looking for the stories he has grown up with in Vazhathope, his village in Idukki district that has borne the brunt of the floods, and finds a river at peace amidst the wreckage all around
Since her father died in 2009, she has been Ajmer’s topchi, the only woman known to undertake the task. This year, for the first time since she can remember, a Ramzan will pass without her lighting the cannon at the 12th Century shrine