Crematoriums and gravediggers in India work around the clock as cases surge | The World

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    India’s crematoriums are running out of space, so families are resorting to building makeshift pyres to see off their loved ones. Meanwhile, graveyard diggers are working around the clock and have been for some months now. Yvonne Yong reports – and a warning, this report contains confronting images.

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