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Aaquib Khan

Aaquib is an enthusiastic young man working on himself to stand with humanity by assigning himself projects and campaigns that highlight human right issues. He graduated a Political Science and History degree and moved to Delhi to pursue a Journalism degree. He worked for two years as news packager at a national news channel. His eagerness and zeal to succeed in media world made him a media mentor and he began to give training in making short documentary, photo essays and stop-motion animations to underprivileged students in various schools in different parts of country for four years with an NGO. He worked with a land rights organization and filmed the long foot march, a Gandhian-styled walk, which started with forty thousand people. His interest in journalism, especially conflict photography, carried him to Afghanistan.

Aaquib Khan currently lives in New Delhi, India.

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3 March 2015

Thirty-Two Photos of the New Afghanistan

The Bridge

Indian photo-journalist Aaquib Khan flew to the rapidly changing Afghan capital of Kabul in 2014. He shared his insights into the city with Global Voices.

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