Sunday, September 14, 2008

9/13 Photo Essay – Delhi in Grief

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The bomb site at Barakhama Road, outside Gopaldas Building

Let the Capital cry.

[Text and pictures by Mayank Austen Soofi]

Ram Manohar Lohiya Aspatal. List out. Chandarbhan - 50/m. Anu Rani - 25/f. Neha Sharma - 22/f. Male injured - 36. Male expired - 3. Total injured. Total expired...

...Grandfather missing. 5-year-child in bandages. An 8-month pregnant woman moaning with pain...

Please do not salute the spirit (whatever it is) of Delhi. Let us not carry on with the daily business of our life – at least for one day. Let the city cry.

Life can change in an evening

9/13 Photo Essay – Delhi in Grief

Have you seen him? (at Ram Manohar Lohiya Hospital)

9/13 Photo Essay – Delhi in Grief

Do you know any of them?

9/13 Photo Essay – Delhi in Grief

Do you know any of them?

9/13 Photo Essay – Delhi in Grief

Do you know any of them?

9/13 Photo Essay – Delhi in Grief

Never imagined I would be on TV this way, Ram Manohar Lohiya Hospital

9/13 Photo Essay – Delhi in Grief

Me too, at a hospital in Karol Bagh (his mother is injured and grandfather is missing)

9/13 Photo Essay – Delhi in Grief

Remember the dead, blast site in Barakhama Road

9/13 Photo Essay – Delhi in Grief

2 comments:

ramesh_lalwani said...

Sad story of Delhi once more.Last time it was before Diwali.This time it isduring Holy month of Ramzan.I only wish good sense will prevail on these misguided elements and innocent lives lives will not be wasted like this.

shobhit said...

sad..very sad...
yeah right..as ammu cites-"a lot can change in one day"...
no more bombs, please!
peace.