Life and death in Delhi’s underbelly
The recent deaths of three minor girls in the heart of India's capital brings to the surface troubling questions that remain unanswered
New Delhi: A narrow, shadowy corridor with cream-colored bare walls leads to room number nine. The door is locked, but one of the flaps of the tiny wooden window has opened out, offering a view into the 10 feet-by-10 feet room in east Delhi’s Mandawali locality where, last month, three children were found dead.
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