He is a journalist who loves reading, number-crunching and driving for miles and miles in his free time. A big fan of psychedelic rock. Loves to eat and is open to experimenting with cuisines. Aspires to be like one of his short-story heroes: Anton Chekhov, O. Henry and Mark Twain.
Saving a man from the brink of suicide. It started...
WhatsApp groups and their daily dose of ‘good morning’
Fate, the unfortunate scapegoat
Don’t fast during Ramadan for the sake of it
Have we become too busy to live?
99% marks for the Newsfeed
Delhi, you amaze me, and you disappoint me
My Pakistani colleagues kept brotherhood alive as Indian media called...
My reward for being a loyal employee for 20 years...
When is the right time to pull the plug?
A lesson in sacrifice when you least expect it
When a 50-year-old watchman inspired me to learn to play...
My 5-year-old is a consumer first, a child later
Fitness is not a New Year resolution, it’s a life...
Choose one: A pair of headphones or public courtesy?
Turn off mobile data, turn life back on
We are so bloody selfish that pollution deserves us
Everything is Knowledge
#MeToo: Don’t dilute the cause
I would love to move to Canada, but I won’t
Discrimination in office: An employer’s perspective
“I Gave Up My Indian Passport To Become A Pakistani”
Delhi’s Air Pollution Solution Is Too Little, Too Late
Don’t Protest Against Juvenile’s Release. Question The Law
In Talks With Steven Bernard: A Movie Can Be Rewritten...
Filling Up Emotional Vacuum With Likes And Upvotes
Why Can’t India Produce Fast Bowlers Like Pakistan?
I Am An Indian And I Am Not A Rapist
How I Escaped From Daesh Militants In Syria
Narendra Modi’s UAE Visit: How Pakistan Lost Its Cool
Pay If You Waste: This Dubai Restaurant Thrives On Unique...
I Am Keeping A Fast This Ramadan. I Am Hindu
Dear London, I’ll Be Back
Dubai Residents, Don’t Forget Your Etiquettes In The Daily Hustle-Bustle
He’s Dead, A Part Of Me Died With Him
Losing a job in India: Struggles of a middle-class family
Putting the Ghost of Competition to Rest
Living with Pakistanis: An Indian’s first-hand account
I was an overachieving geek. It ruined me
Between love and the “love story”
There really is no going back. Self-doubt is a constant
Of the brow sweat and the runner’s mind
The greatest loss among them all
What I wish I could have told that girl on...