Bandeep Singh
English   |   Bangla

The writer is one of India's best-known editorial photographers. Known for his dramatic portraits, he is also a name to reckon with in the fine art photography space. He has been a recipient of the Charles Walace fellowship in photography and his works are part of the permanent collection of Essl Museum of Contemporary Art in Vienna. He is currently Group Photo Editor of the India Today Group.


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The extraordinary sewa of Jatinder Singh Shunty

Like a lone figure that completes the depiction of a dystopian landscape, Jatinder Singh Shunty is heading to light another pyre.


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Remembering Rahat Indori: A fiery solace

Despite often being scoffed at by the purists, Rahat Indori’s evocative and easily graspable poetry, richly expressive of life and our common social concerns, makes him the poet of the masses. The fiery poet passed away on August 11, 2020.


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5+1 photographers who bring me joy

Bringing some Diwali cheer from the newsroom.


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Why I shot Baba Ramdev the way I did for India Today cover

Babaji's statement about making MNC executives do shirshasana flashed in my mind.