A world is possible in which both Rowling and Manning can be women. It is the one we live in.
Watching Achal Mishra's film was an attempt of reconciliation with abandoned origins, an uprooted childhood and the un-dispersed family that used to be.
Violence must not be made the apparatus of justice if we do not intend it to be the law in the new world born in the aftermath.
A personal essay on the writer's relationship with Kolkata's College Street, which was battered by Cyclone Amphan.
The scrapping of Section 377 will hopefully enable Indians in smaller cities to shed the burden of societal stigma a little faster.
A Fantastic Woman feels like a lump in your throat. Like the misery of an early winter sunset even as you secretly anticipate snowfall.
An overview of women film directors who have flown under history's radar for far too long.