Missing: Nanak Singh | 101 Heartland | 101India

They say no parent should ever have to bury their child. But Nanak’s parents don’t even have a hope for closure. The misery of having a missing child is tripled, when you get so close to getting him back, but don’t, because of something as simple as a typo in the name!

Nanak Singh went missing when playing in his father’s fields. Was he kidnapped and taken across the border, or did he just accidentally stray across? The real tragedy is the fact that a bureaucratic error prevented him from being reunited with his loved ones.

Missing chronicles the stories of people who strayed across the Indo-Pak border and have since been missing. People who were lost but never found, have been given up for dead by many but their families still cling on to the hope that they might return back home some day. Although traditionally borders separate countries,for some unfortunate families these borders have separated them from their loved ones.

Outside the metros and beyond the urban jungle live the sons and daughters of India’s heartland. This series tells their stories. 101 Heartland celebrates both unique communities and individual tales of hope, struggle, and reform. From the village of bouncers just outside Delhi to the fascinating story of Ram Kumar Tyagi, once a wanted man but now a coach for aspiring female wrestlers, 101 Heartland tells stories for the heart, from the heartland.

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