A poem which reflects on how many mothers, bound by societal norms, choose to ignore their child's struggle.
To separate caste from something so crucial as food and present it as if it were a life-choice is to ignore a wider social context in which the food …
Juxtaposing the Hathras, Khairlanji and Bilkis Bano cases against the 2012 Nirbhaya case shows that the thinking of the judiciary often depends on the social status of the victim.
An uncompromising writer who wrote about the dark and light of post-war Japan.
A personal reflection on how food and love are dialects of the same tongue.
Their popularity can’t be explained by the nostalgia of baby boomers or superior sound quality. So what’s going on?
It isn't a movie about ‘hidden’ realities as much as realities so ubiquitous that we pretend they don’t exist.
A pome on the moment when the looming effects of splitting up are finally fading away and you know your time in spiralling is over.
Thousands of Indian medical students left Ukraine after Russia's full-scale invasion last year. Some have since opted to complete their studies elsewhere. Others had no choice but to go …
'Everything, Everywhere, All at Once' invokes Daoism, the Chinese school of thought that pursues balance and harmony.