Inside Gaza: Reporter's Diary Updated: August 26, 2014 18:30 IST
Inside Gaza: Reporter's Diary
NDTV's Sreenivasan Jain filling out a declaration, waiving Israel Defence Forces of any indemnity.
An Israeli army camp near the Gaza border.
Boats come out and children play on the Gaza beach after the ceasefire.
Aftermath of the Hamas rocket fired, from the vicinity of the NDTV crew. Hamas fired 30 rockets, eight minutes before the ceasefire.
NDTV's Sreenivasan Jain visited the European hospital mortuary in Rafah on August 7, 2014. Four bodies came in that day from Rafah and two from Khuza (which was attacked earlier in the week).
WARNING: The information being sent by our reporters from Gaza includes graphic photos from the war.
People waiting outside the Khan Younis hospital, the nearest safe zone, where the injured and many of the dead were brought in. At the hospital incoming ambulances, carrying the wounded, were being turned back as the facility could not keep up with the influx.
Al Zafer office complex in Gaza City has been targeted since the beginning of the war. The area bore a ghostly, completely deserted look, as if under curfew.
The remains of Gaza's largest mosque, which was reduced to a rubble after repeated F-16 strikes.
Smoke billows from a building in the east of Gaza.
Sight of The Islamic University of Gaza, which was hit by air strikes. Established in 1978, it was also attacked by the Israelis in 2008. NDTV's reporter Sreenivasan Jain's translator did her diploma at Islamic University. She said this university is the best in Gaza, academically.
A field of wilted sunflowers.
A house in Gaza city's Karama neighbourhood after it was attacked.
The town of Sderot, closest Israeli settlement in Gaza, is almost a ghost town now.
Sofas on a hill in Sderot, from where locals watch Gaza shelling. Town lives in the shadow of Hamas rockets.