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Selfies Can’t Capture Indian Streets

Selfies Can’t Capture Indian Streets

There are differences of opinion as to whether a photographer ought to click a picture of someone lying on the pavement. The question of whether they are being objectified solely on the basis of a few photographs is a raging debate. Ajeeb Komachi’s collection of photographs of the poor and the downtrodden have over the years […]

November 16, 2015
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An iftar at Delhi Juma Masjid

An iftar at Delhi Juma Masjid

This Ramadan is drawing to a close. Interactive Assistant editor Navas Machingal captures some rare moments of the month in the capital city of India, while he was wandering there with nothing but a camera and notepad. interactive editorhttp://islaminteractive.info

July 13, 2015 Navas Machingal
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Ramadan in Gaza

Ramadan in Gaza

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June 22, 2015
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Streets of Istanbul

Streets of Istanbul

Afsal Laila Abdulla,young photographer from Nadapuram, Kerala, loves travel and conversations. He has passion for street photography, inspired from Raghu Rai and Daniel Berehulak. For Afsal, Photography is about capturing a moment from the flow of life. Thus, most his pictures foray into frozen movements. He is working as an HR Officer at a Western […]

March 26, 2015 Afsal Laila Abdulla
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Kochi-Muziris Biennale

Kochi-Muziris Biennale

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March 7, 2015 Navas Machingal
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Carpet Carnival in the Palm Land

Carpet Carnival in the Palm Land

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January 8, 2015 Navas Machingal
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Gaza 2014: In Pictures

Gaza 2014: In Pictures

A man uses binoculars while waiting to watch Israeli attacks inside Gaza from  the top of a hill on the sixth day of Israel’s operation “Protective Edge” on July 13, 2014 in Sderot, Israel. on July 13, 2014 in Sderot, Israel. Infoeditor

July 15, 2014
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French Fiction Written in Urdu

French Fiction Written in Urdu

  Frenchman Julien Columeau came to Pakistan at the age of 30 as a humanitarian worker, but a knack for languages and love of books have made him one of the country’s most innovative Urdu novelists. Writing mainly historical fiction with a prose described as vivid and forceful, critics say that Columeau, now 41, has […]

May 27, 2014
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Historic Meet

Historic Meet

  Mr Narendra Modi took the oath as the Prime Minister of India before thousands of guests, including his Pakistan counterpart, Nawaz Sharif. It is the first time since the two countries won independence in 1947 that a prime minister from one state has attended such a ceremony in the other.  The Pakistani prime minister said […]

May 27, 2014
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Soccer Fortunes of the Cricketing Nation

Soccer Fortunes of the Cricketing Nation

Pakistan would be of immense significance for the forthcoming FIFA World Cup football for the country popularly known as the “cricketing nation”, would be exporting soccer balls for the world’s most watched sport this year. Despite ranked 159 by the ruling body FIFA, Pakistan’s presence would be huge this time. The country won’t be among […]

May 23, 2014
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