Journalist Aamir Ghauri and photographer Sohail Anjum tell the unfinished story of the Kashmir earthquake, from the time the news broke to the snows of winter. They show the reality of life for survivors as they searched for their families, for the thousands of children undergoing surgery, for those who mourned loved ones and tried to get back to some sort of normality.
They document the response of the aid agencies, the military and politicians and tell the story of the Pakistani government's inadequate reaction. Ghauri and Anjum question how the country's rulers can be held to account for their failings. But most of all, they show that life does go on, despite everything.
Hardcover: 240 pages
Publisher: Xenos UK Ltd (17 July 2006)