As the 25th anniversary of the deadly anti-Sikh riots draws near in India, many are still waiting for justice to be served
On the surface, the line of two-room dwellings on a dusty street in west Delhi appears little different from thousands of other roads in India’s crowded capital. The paint flakes off buildings’ walls and the grass grows in parks that haven’t been mowed in months. Kids play cricket in the street, fruit and vegetable sellers push their wooden carts through narrow lanes and women busy themselves with housework and cooking. What sets this impoverished community apart is one remarkable absence: men.