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Shivaraju hasn't quit his day job of a policeman. In fact, his beats as a cop and a photographer overlap a great deal

Known these days as "Cop Shiva", Shivaraju still works as a police constable in Bengaluru, even as his photography garners attention from the art world in India and abroad. His 'Street as Studio' exhibition featured in this year's India

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