gitanjali chandrasekharan

gitanjali chandrasekharan

She is the editor of Sunday mid-day and writes on health. She has interests in Mumbai's architectural heritage and her favourite escape is a good, deep sea dive or a piece of fantasy fiction

Twitter: @cgitanjali

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  • Michelle Obama is right

    Everyone should journal. A hospital chain's COO, a human resource head, the founder of a charity and a successful contemporary artist discuss how putting pen to paper (or finger to keyboard) guides you to the sweet spot

    Jan 19, 2020, 08:08 IST
  • Of hot chocolate, alcohol and the Bard

    As a Khar eatery comes up with a five-drink Shakespearean-themed menu, we tell you which one to try.

    Dec 29, 2019, 08:53 IST
  • How India deals with trolls

    Media studies professor Rohit Chopra, better known as @IndiaExplained, discusses how the Hindu Right is negotiating the Internet through his new book.

    Dec 29, 2019, 08:15 IST
  • 2019: The year of protest

    Why is everyone on the streets, privileged, middle-class and poor? Ten young Indians, from rapper and techie to adman and adivasi collegian, tell you in their own words why 2019 compelled them to dissent.

    Dec 29, 2019, 07:04 IST
  • Who needs Walmart?

    In the age of order-in-everything, we spent time with individuals who make it all in-house, from floor cleaners and toothpaste to skin serums and shampoos

    Dec 08, 2019, 08:06 IST
  • I take your leave, Mumbai

    Rising pollution levels in the political and financial capitals of the country are making people, especially young parents quit jobs and leave home. But where do you go when you've lived in the metro all your life?

    Dec 01, 2019, 07:19 IST
  • Of, by and for women

    War and Responsibility (WAR) offers workshops, videos and ready-reckoners

    Nov 24, 2019, 07:50 IST
  • Tell us on Twitter how you are choking

    A young Delhi couple is documenting stories of the effects of pollution, hoping the debate shifts from deferring action to finding a solution

    Nov 03, 2019, 08:40 IST
  • Hang up this six-yard kandeel

    A kandeel shop in Dadar is using Maharashtrian sarees to fashion into Diwali lanterns that are brighter, more attractive and sturdier than kite paper originals

    Oct 20, 2019, 08:30 IST
  • Table salt faces severe competition from Himalayan pink, sea and rock salt

    Pristine white, flowing table salt is getting dropped in favour of coarse variants. Here's why.

    Oct 20, 2019, 07:41 IST
  • The voice inside your head

    Until recently, reading was a singularly solitudinous experience. But curiosity around audiobook apps means that a voiceover artiste like Sidhanta Pinto is reading out everything from Chetan Bhagat to Fali Nariman in a dark room

    Oct 20, 2019, 07:36 IST
  • Cut to the chase

    Formidable cop, retired IPS officer Meeran Chadha Borwankar's by-the-book character meets a disruptor in Inspector Chougle. What happens next is a series of cases from her own career

    Sep 29, 2019, 07:38 IST
  •  Tuck the tampon behind your ear and head forth

    A Brit journalist Emma Barnett, who outed her period on national TV, says it's about bloody time women talk about 'those days'.

    Sep 22, 2019, 07:35 IST
  • String theory

    A guitarist and a violinist met at a Navratri concert. Here's what happened

    Sep 08, 2019, 08:01 IST
  • The self-improvement junkies

    What does working on yourself mean in a world that constantly tells you the many ways in which you can be better still?

    Jul 28, 2019, 07:45 IST
  • What do flamingoes sound like?

    That and other birds, decoded in a new poem to practice with your kid

    May 26, 2019, 07:44 IST
  • Have you had enough?

    A new research finds a gene controls our hunger for more. So, where does the fight for the perfect weight stand? In the body or the mind?

    May 19, 2019, 07:54 IST
  • The man Chanakya kept for himself

    He may have died in 283 BC in Pataliputra, but this king-maker's legacy lives on in author-bizman-academician Radhakrishnan Pillai, who has already dedicated 20 years and 15 books to him

    May 19, 2019, 07:54 IST
  • Not bending gender norms, just making them more rigid

    Zainab Patel, a post operative transgender woman who impleaded in the NALSA judgment, talks of why Snapchat's new gender swap filter, does more harm than good

    May 19, 2019, 07:51 IST
  • Stay healthy with this breast self-examination kit

    A breast self-examination kit is what you need to stay ahead of the stats

    May 12, 2019, 08:27 IST
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