The World’s Children

A street child searches for recyclable material in a garbage dump on the outskirts of Gauhati, India, Thursday, Nov. 19, a day ahead of Universal Children’s Day. Twenty years after the U.N. adopted a treaty guaranteeing children’s rights, fewer youngsters are dying and more are going to school, but an estimated 1 billion still lack […]

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Divya Agrawal

To photograph for me is to connect. To get a glimpse into another’s life, a moment, or a feeling- in the time space continuum- and more importantly, a means to share that bond. Bred on episodes of Travel in the 90s, and ever since I laid my hands on my Father’s old Yashica as a […]

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Abidmian Lalmian Syed

In a career spanning 70 years, A.L. Syed became one of the important figures of 20th-century Indian photography. Working in black and white, his apparently neutral stance conceals a deeply compassionate vision of human existence

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Raju Alexis

Raju Alexis likes to capture very intense and moodful images and is passionate about cityscapes and landscapes and has successfully participated in various photography events and exhibitions in the United Arab Emirates. He is currently based in Kochi in India and would like to be a story teller with his images.

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Kevin Frayer

Kevin Frayer is an award -winning photojournalist based in Asia. Frayer is formerly a National photographer at the Canadian Press and a Chief Photographer for the Associated Press based in the Gaza Strip, Jerusalem, and New Delhi, India and is currently working with Getty Images. His photographs have been widely published in leading newspapers, magazines […]

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