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26 April, 2006
The mirror has two faces
The mirror has two faces In The Flesh, a 52-minute documentary film directed by Bishakha Datta, strives to go beyond stereotypes. The film provides an insight into the lives of three adults who are professionally known as sex workers (Mid-day)
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15 February, 2003
Shutterbugs freeze-frame Dharavi without prejudice
Shutterbugs freeze-frame Dharavi without prejudice 'The secret behind the immortal photographs,' says Ms. Kapadia, 'is the children's instinctive wisdom and flair for photography. The little geniuses, in fact, took the lead and we were silent' (Times News Network)
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13 February, 2003
Seeing through their eyes
Seeing  through their eyes Young photographers from Dharavi put together an exhibition that showcases their life (Afternoon Despatch and Courier)
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11 February, 2003
Street Smart Snaps
Street Smart Snaps The photographers are a novelty. For one, none of them are old enough to drive, or even close to the legal drinking age. They are 12 children from Dharavi, all in the age group of 10 to 15 years (The Asian Age)
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06 February, 2003
See the big picture through their cameras
See the big picture through their cameras Give children a camera and you will see a different view of the world. Give slum children a camera and you'll get an even more radical view. But how many slum children have cameras? (The Indian Express)
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01 October, 2002
Mind Games
Mind Games Says Khemka, 'For me, it was important to give a face to the term 'mentally challenged' and to have people look directly into the face of another human being, who for some unknown reason is the way he is' (Asian Age)
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