When I met Arjun in a dilapidated section of Police Bazaar, Shillong’s city centre, he was rummaging through a dustbin. His prize was a tin container. He opened it, took a quick and deep sniff, and hid it in his pocket from onlookers. Like many street children living in Shillong city, he earns his bare necessities by rag picking. His clothes were filthy and his small and wrinkled hands, and wasted frame told a sad tale of his tiny body …
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