Sunitha Natti

Notes ban: It’s all a stab in the dark

Critics trashed demonetisation from day one, while others refused to see its negatives. Here are some pointers to help you shape your own verdict

09 Nov 2017

Hitler and Castro walk into a bar

Hitler, Castro and Saddam Hussein walk into a bar. It may sound like the beginning of a joke, but in the Palestinian territories it is actually possible

09 Nov 2017

Sandhya Vasudev

This detox sounds like a winner

The pace of life has now become so fast that today becomes history within no time.

09 Nov 2017

Sharanya Manivannan

A compliment for every nasty text

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that not only do you never get the one apology you deserve while it still matters, but in the meanwhile, all manner of crooks and creeps you stopped caring about

09 Nov 2017

Ajit Ranade

What did we learn from notes ban?

Whichever side of the optimist/pessimist camp you belong to, last year’s demonetisation has been a watershed event in modern India

08 Nov 2017

Where cash is not king

Customers in a shop in the depths of the Colombian jungle place innocuous white pebbles on an electronic scale.

08 Nov 2017

M S Vaidyanathan

When a ‘first-timer’ left me bewildered

I am not an orator but only a writer, so I make it a point to write down whatever I have to convey.

08 Nov 2017

Archanaa Seker

Stereotypes take a back seat in Aval

The horror film Aval directed by Milind Rau and starring a brilliant Anisha Angelina Victor alongside Andrea Jeremiah and Siddharth released last week.

08 Nov 2017

Menaka Raman

Answer them even if it’s about underarm hair

So what if they ask you embarrassing questions? Be open about it all 

08 Nov 2017

Saumya Chawla

Do not dismiss the art of overpacking!

The world is ending, guys. Not to be a huge buzzkill or whatever, but it is. Look at the rains! And all these attacks.

08 Nov 2017

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