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A judoka takes ‘ice bath’ in a drum filled with ice and water as others wait for their turn at the end of their day’s practice at the Judo Training Center in Gurdaspur, Punjab, India. August 04, 2016.

Indian Olympic athlete Avtar Singh has blazed a trail that 15-year-old Rohit hopes to follow—to sporting glory and, perhaps more important, to a secure government job.

The first Indian man to qualify for the Olympics in judo in more than a decade, Singh, 24 years old, grew up here, in the same small town where Rohit lives, and trained for more than seven years in the same high-school gym.

My photos of the drought and agrarian crisis in Marathwada were featured on CNN Photos, along with a short interview by John Sutter.

Work on my website.

June 07, 2016. A training session on Root Cause and Corrective Action in progress at the Advanced Craftsmanship Center on the Tata Advanced Systems Limited campus at Adibatla in the south Indian city of Hyderabad. CREDIT: Harsha Vadlamani for The Wall Street Journal.

Having signed a string of multibillion-dollar orders from foreign firms to make parts for helicopters, jet fighters and trains, India is struggling to find people with the skills to build them.

Harsha Vadlamani_World Vision_Exhibition

Earlier this month, World Vision India sent me to Guntur in Andhra Pradesh, India to document problems being faced by HIV positive people in the wake of a severe shortage of Antiretroviral drugs. This work will be part of Ek Nazar, a group exhibition where I share space with with Srinivas Kuruganti and Mark Antony, on the occasion of World AIDS Day in Delhi. The exhibition will later travel to many cities across India.

Photographs made on assignment for Greenpeace India earlier this month.

Aftermath of Cyclone Hudhud in Visakhapatnam, India

Twisted blades of a fan inside Qasim Sher Basha’s house in Savitri Nagar, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. The asbestos roof that covered their house had been blown away by the winds that accompanied Cyclone Hudud as it made landfall. Continue reading ›