On the fringes of one of the world’s most climate-threatened states, thousands of poor farmers and laborers have shown what can happen when governments and donor states make local people the agents of their own renewal.
POLITICO Magazine / April 2014
Nothing seizes attention like a senior government offical with a bullet wound.
The New York Times / January 2014
When he thinks about polio, Dr. B.N. Singh recalls the surgeries. “It was ghastly,” Singh said of his early days as a surgical resident in Bihar. “Every week I was doing five to six operations for polio deformities."
National Geographic News Watch / January 2014
At night, readings from the Ramayana, public-service announcements, and Hindi devotional disco numbers—all amplified to wedding-strength volume—dominate the night air, their cacophony infiltrated at times by the pious music of a single harmonium or acoust
Artforum International / February 2013
Nitish Kumar is surrounded by gangsters.
Al Jazeera / August 2012
He seemed nice enough, for a mass murderer.
The New York Times / June 2012
"He will not go to prison, but he has to keep the secrets."
Slate / March 2011