No matter how much one feels one is doing to contribute to a democratic movement, there is always more that can be done.
Hinduism: A Way of Life or the Only Way of Life?
In 2015, a German man asked me if I was a Hindu. In 2022, we are obsessed with who isn't a Hindu.
Chinese Scammers Enslave Jobless Teachers and Tourists in Cambodia
Cambodia shut its borders when COVID-19 struck, giving rise to new wave of trafficking, with stranded foreign workers and tourists lured into working for fraudulent investment schemes.
It’s Rather Splendid To Be a High-Functioning F***-Up
'Life and times run horizontally'.
Two Tales on the Labyrinthine Illogic of Bigotry and Islamophobia in India
People all over the world are homeschooling right now. It’s time to do our bit.
WhatsApp and That Millennial ‘Thing’: When Friendships Turn Sour
The final chapter of a friendship spanning three decades.
JNU Violence: My Home Is Getting Destroyed
A teenage campus resident's personal account of how the violence unfolded in the university, which has been home for a decade for her family, on Sunday night.
Why Social Media Design Makes it Hard to Have Constructive Disagreements Online
How social media services work – the nuts and bolts of interacting with others online – has the power to shape and improve online arguments. Here's how.