Sohrab Hura blends fact and fiction to explore contemporary Indian society, never giving away whether an image is real or staged.
For six-year-old Kamali, skateboarding has become a way of creating major positive change – breaking down barriers that have held women back for generations.
The World Press Photo Award winner’s first solo exhibition is a meditation on the country’s kaleidoscopic street life.
With Kashmir under a curfew and a communications blackout, rapper Ahmer's debut album is providing a voice for a people being kept in the dark.
As in Trump’s America and Bolsonaro’s Brazil, the country is now under strict conservative rule – which puts the LGBTQ community in particular danger.
Federico Borella’s Five Degrees explores the link between climate change and mental health in the drought-hit region of Tamil Nadu, India.
At 76 years old, Meenakshi Raghavan is an unlikely national hero, challenging gender roles and teaching young women to fight sexual violence.
All across India, young men are willing to turn their backs on tradition and compete for a better life – even if it means sacrificing everything.
This issue is all about determination – to reject the status quo, to rise above the noise or just to forge your own path in life.
Photographer Kapil Das turns his lens on India for his new book Something So Clear – serving up a fun, surreal and multifaceted portrait of his home country.
From Rajasthan and Delhi to Jodhpur and Pushkar: In the latest Travel Diary, photographer Olga de la Iglesia shares her colourful Indian portrait series.
Photographer Madison Beach travels to the edges of Bangladesh in an effort to draw attention to the country’s ongoing unemployment crisis.