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A City and the Liquid Luck
Crip Time: Defying normative linear time and accepting what my bodymind needs
House of Memories
Are we ready to wake up from this nightmare?
Mare of Easttown and the Perils of Idealising Motherhood
As they grow
Work from Home and the Pitfalls of Class
Covid tied me up in shackles, and a bicycle broke me free
Covid-19 and the Celebration of the Ordinary
What if this mad, forced, pilot of work from home works?
Work is Changing
The pandemic is revealing the story of our gendered homes
A virus is changing the face of mobility
What ails the lonely multiplex
Love in the times of Corona
Online learning has a problem with “inclusivity”
Surviving ‘negativity bias’ during the pandemic
Is tracking tech the new security theatre in the post-COVID world?
Crip Time: Defying normative linear time and accepting what my...
Covid tied me up in shackles, and a bicycle broke...
Pandemic had not come alone. Infodemic came with it
Flying to Delhi in pandemic, I return home a rich...
Are you ready for the marriage?
‘Doing nothing’ is all the rage
Separation is never a Surprise
The long but slow walk of cinema to Indian villages
The pandemic has made me hate working from home
Nothing else could matter
How our identities shape our lived experiences
Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear
The Fascinating Lives of Hungry Onlookers
A teacup and a plate of cookies
Writing’s Power to Deceive
On the other side of the work-from-home culture
The business of taking sides
Whom do we owe the sudden rise of Malayalam Movies’...
How COVID-19 is changing the English language
Of Love and the Other Love Story
Living in a village unheard of
Are we practising virtual mobocracy in the name of cancel...
The Demise of a Screen Idol
The battle against disinformation is global
The Addiction of Speculation
The Social Status Crisis
The prepping doesn’t work same anymore
Living with Big Brother
The romance of old TV days
How Hemingway felt about fatherhood
My Parents’ Daughter
The Art of Not Fretting about Boredom
How smartphone has shaped transportation
A tale of chases
The Death of Centrism
How tech billionaires’ visions of human nature shape our world
No country for feisty women
An Age of Agenda
There are no bad stories, only bad writers
Emily Dickinson is the unlikely hero of our time
Haven’t met you yet…
Travelling inside the four walls of home
OTT, Massification and the Lack of Variety
My ‘Bloody’ Right
In the work-from-home battle for space, women are the reluctant...
Marriage Anxiety in the Times of Corona
The Mad Writer’s Tea Party
The impact of ‘silent’ farewells on our psyche
The clash between “house” and “home”
The next chapter for auto comes from the software industry...
Can the idea of death help us accept life?
The joy and agony of having a baby amid COVID-19...
Not a “new normal”
In a post-truth world, what is real anymore?
When you cannot make love
Throw away your ‘colour’ tinted glasses
I have worked from home all this time. It means...
Connectivity is God. We are all devotees
Power of Imperfection
The Other Side of Art
When our childhood heroes break our hearts
The Saga of Loss
Pay cuts, abandoned cars, job losses: Indian expats struggle to...
The Art of Dying
The importance of reimagining during the pandemic
An interaction with Sushant Singh Rajput that’s making me ask...
Indian philosophy helps us see clearly, act wisely in an...
The concept of soulmates is, well, flawed
The first death
Of lockdown and the hope of reaching home
How do Buddhists handle coronavirus? The answer is not just...
Is tracking tech the new security theatre in the post-COVID...
A Woman’s Claim to Public Spaces in a Post-COVID World
Vande Bharat mission and the no-show passengers
When a person starts life again after a traumatic incident
The pain of truly knowing someone
Do people become more selfless as they age?
A rush to write a lazy ‘R.I.P’
What’s lost when we’re too afraid to touch the world...
Socializing and social distancing
The Choice isn’t just Privacy vs Health
Ageism in the time of Corona
The fashionable history of social distancing
Of pandemic and entitlement
A brave new world, post-Corona
We never change
A few days…to live
COVID-19, the challenges and perils ahead for the country
What is a writer’s happily ever after?
Why so many epidemics originate in Asia and Africa –...
What if this mad, forced, pilot of work from home...
Why a Roman philosopher’s views on the fear of death...
Is queer love not ‘love’ enough?
How Chinese people came together when separated by quarantine, creating...
What it means to be a superhero
Boys played well
We are failing our animals
Love in the time of the Coronavirus: Do you turn...
Autobot and the perplexing future
Picnics and the art of littering
Why politics today can’t give us the heroes we need
The barriers fell apart when I fell in love
Can sportsmen be moral icons?
What lies beneath the secret my parents kept from me
Hate cancel culture? Blame algorithms
As a non-runner, I now run 14 KM. My mind...
Do we need to recharge our compassion batteries?
When we call survivors ‘heroes,’ we’re missing the full picture
Are psychopaths the modern-day superheroes?
We need cinema now more than ever that the fringe...
Mass adoption of electric vehicles is a hot mess we...
Daddy, should I fear my God?
The next chapter for auto comes from the software industry playbook
I have worked from home all this time. It means different to different people
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