A Pulitzer for resilience and PDF tales

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A Pulitzer for resilience

All you can see in the photo is a deserted street through a barbed wire set up as a blockade. The shops are closed and there is no traffic. A solitary man can be seen leaning against what looks like an electric pole. The street beyond the barbed wire is like a limb that is cut from the body cold.

It is the morning of 6 August 2019, one day after the Narendra Modi-led government revoked Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, which gave the state of Jammu …


Pradip K. Saha

Pradip is a co-founder at The Morning Context and leads our newsletters vertical. He has previously worked at The Ken as a staff writer, at Mint as an assistant features editor and the Deccan Chronicle as a copy editor. He works with a slew of expert newsletter writers across subjects and domains. His own writing spans the gig economy, farmers caught in the crossfire of technology, global warming and parents trapped in the edtech wave. Some of his best stories have come at the intersection of technology and human endeavour.

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