Issue Date: Jul 15, 2009
Villagers suffer the city's garbage. Relatives don't visit them, diseases do
Hanumant Bhandari is getting used to his speckled face. The 10-year-old student of a school on the outskirts of Pune was intrigued by the white
spots on his face and thighs when they first appeared a year ago. The spots disappear whenever he takes medicine, but reappear in no time.