Shampa Dhar-Kamath

Unfaithfully Yours

Shampa Dhar-Kamath

Girls can’t wanna have fun

We didn’t really need science to enlighten us.

26 Feb 2017

When in doubt, edit out

The best thing my parents did for me was something they actually did for themselves: buy and read books non-stop, and leave them all around the house.

12 Feb 2017

Are we the tools of our tools?

Technology was supposed to help man, but it’s taken on a Mr Hyde role of hindrance instead

05 Feb 2017

Rich beyond the dreams of avarice

A friend said something very interesting the other day. She said she wouldn’t know how to spend a billion dollars even if the money was handed to her.

29 Jan 2017

Stereotypes, of a fiscal kind

Stereotyping people, though ill-advised, is entertaining.

15 Jan 2017

Fair of face, unfair of heart

With a sky that’s greyer than Mulayam’s mood and pollutants dancing in the air, the doctors’ chambers in Delhi are overflowing.

08 Jan 2017

Thank you for the birds that sing

Happy New Year, people. For some, today is just the morning after the night before; for others, it’s a curtain raiser for Hope.

31 Dec 2016

Fighting flames at daybreak

There was a fire in our building last morning. I woke up to frantic shouting by the neighbours, asking for cars to be moved and everyone to get out of the way.

25 Dec 2016

Unfair treatment of the fairer sex

Irrespective of their height, women find themselves bumping their heads quite often—on the glass ceiling. The transparent, but super-strong barrier, pops up mostly at work, preventing women from movin

18 Dec 2016

Blood on the dance floor

The perfect marriage, they say, is between a blind wife and a deaf husband.

11 Dec 2016

An unlikely Indian story, narrated in jute and steel

A nondescript building in Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar market holds a studio that makes and sells architectural jewellery that pays homage to the old art form of patwa

17 Sep 2016

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