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  • Lindsay Pereira: Making room for love in Mumbai

    Lindsay Pereira: Making room for love in Mumbai

    Too long have this city’s couples been forced to sneak around to find a little love and privacy, but perhaps now, it’s finally time to get a room

  • Rosalyn D'Mello: When you're out of your mind (space)

    Rosalyn D'Mello: When you're out of your mind (space)

    The world can get so overwhelming that, at times, the need for peace of mind wins over the desire to give wrongdoers a piece of your mind

  • Ramananda Sengupta: Handwara: Wrong message to all sides

    The demolition of bunkers, besides demoralising military forces, tells separatists that violent protests can force the government to give in to their demands

  • Deepa Gahlot: Game of Thrones

    Deepa Gahlot: Game of Thrones

    The play, Eight Kings, shines a light on the violence, sex and dangerous liaisons that Delhi’s history was built upon

  • Fiona Fernandez: Of heritage, and columns

    On World Heritage Day, Mumbai’s historic landmarks remain silent, forgotten bystanders that need more than the occasional cosmetic relook

  • Aditya Sinha: 'Gurugram' has missed the mark

    Aditya Sinha: 'Gurugram' has missed the mark

    Gurgaon was renamed in his honour, but Dronacharya would’ve said that it’s easier to find your mark if you’re looking forward, not back

  • Lindsay Pereira: That stinky social media alley

    Lindsay Pereira: That stinky social media alley

    When social media opened the channels of hate, the people, who had been nurturing theirs, misjudged how and where to let it out

  • Rosalyn D'Mello: The pains of being a woman

    Rosalyn D'Mello: The pains of being a woman

    It’s hard not to see the monthly cycle as a pain, especially since it is used to make women feel impure or mark their bodies as baby factories

  • Manoj Joshi: Who will give justice to Kausar Bi?

    Manoj Joshi: Who will give justice to Kausar Bi?

    The rationale given to justify the death of Sohrabuddin Sheikh is that he was a terror suspect, but what was his wife Kausar Bi’s crime?

  • Dharmendra Jore: Emotional atyachar

    The real issues lay unattended while the BJP and opposition talked about others

  • Fiona Fernandez: The real Mumbai, please?

    Planners could have added more iconic landmarks for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to visit

  • Aditya Sinha: The era of unfriending in India

    Aditya Sinha: The era of unfriending in India

    When old friends send vicious mails, or people threaten to behead you for not chanting slogans, you know the politics of hate is here to stay

  • Lindsay Pereira: The only woman who counts in India

    Lindsay Pereira: The only woman who counts in India

    So what if our women still have to battle rape, abuse or inequality at work, as long as we all make sure to scream Bharat Mata ki Jai

  • Rosalyn D'Mello: A table for one

    Rosalyn D'Mello: A table for one

    Exploring the joy and thrill of dining alone, when the spotlight is solely on the food and its power to restore and nurture you

  • Deepa Gahlot: Mumbai theatre in global spotlight

    Deepa Gahlot: Mumbai theatre in global spotlight

    Mumbai may not have a Broadway or West End, but the city is finally on its way to becoming part of the international theatre circuit

  • Fiona Fernandez: It's a woman's game too

    Fiona Fernandez: It's a woman's game too

    Slowly, women cricketers are getting their due but need sustained support across media to stay in the spotlight like their male counterparts

  • Dharmendra Jore: Is this rot too difficult to stem?

    The strong nexus between politicians and babus holds our government to ransom, but even this self-serving bond can turn sour

  • Aditya Sinha: Hey Pakistan, size doesn't matter

    Aditya Sinha: Hey Pakistan, size doesn't matter

    Even coming from Pakistan, a land known for its fiction, the arrest of Kulbhushan Jadhav seems indicative of ‘larger’ insecurities at play

  • Meenakshi Shedde: National Awards: baap ka maal

    Meenakshi Shedde: National Awards: baap ka maal

    Bollywood assumes the National Film Awards are like the Oscars. The Oscars are primarily awards for American films, with just the Best Foreign Language Film award going to a non-American film; 

  • Lindsay Pereira: A Mumbai varsity campus in UAE? Ha ha!

    Lindsay Pereira: A Mumbai varsity campus in UAE? Ha ha!

    The University should ask itself if it makes sense to open a new campus when it can’t get its act together on a campus it has managed for years