Maria Kuruvilla

Whip up a dish with recipes perfected for decades

In the 1940s, while India was still under the British Raj and women’s freedom was seldom acknowledged, a young girl made her way to four different States breaking stereotypes and whipping magic in her

21 Dec 2017

India, I’m tired of remaining silent

Molestations recorded in a camera without fear, rapes happening in broad daylight and so many more brutalities unreported. So many voices silenced, but others rise.

11 Nov 2017

Teach women to fight right back

At a time when the topic of gender roles or women empowerment guarantees interesting conversations, one seldom thinks of the age-old stigma attached to the word ‘victim’.

19 Jul 2017

Employees demand answers from indebted flight carrier Air Costa

Andhra Pradesh-based regional airline Air Costa suspended its flight operations, citing financial difficulties.

01 Mar 2017

Warped sense of city beauty killed natives

It came, it shook, it destroyed. In the aftermath of Cyclone Vardah that disrupted normal life and rendered thousands homeless, the ones that have borne the brunt are the city’s oldest inhabitants, th

16 Dec 2016