'To plan for later tomorrows and to accept that normalcy is a myth.'
Two accounts on the role the nationwide lockdown has played in their love lives.
'They exist in our midst, keep our cities going, yet are invisible.'
This lockdown would have been so much more difficult if we did not have a safety net in the people around us.
Brutality, aside from being illegal, is simply counterproductive. It will alienate people from being part of joint effort between the state and citizens to halt the spread of this …
'Hunger, fatigue, thirst. Which one will get me first?'
Here's what anarchist thinker Peter Kroptokin has to say.
'The New Normal' each week hopes to bring you the raw voices of people from across India as they live through these unparalleled times.
A poem about the various kinds of lives in a city that can be affected by the coronavirus.