A pastor loved by his parishoners and exonerated for being ‘drenched-in-the-milk-of-human-kindness’,
Pius Philipose has many shades of grey and black as revealed by his wife.
07 Dec 2019
Formerly taboo topics pertaining to sex, sexuality, consent, appropriate behaviour, hostile work environment, abuse of power are being openly discussed.
07 Dec 2019
There are too many painful examples of journalists, activists, writers, artists and outspoken people being muzzled, sued, harassed or killed outright.
16 Nov 2019
Avni Doshi’s Girl in White Cotton is a delicate, yet powerfully rendered sketch of a dysfunctional mother-daughter relationship and an evocative read.
02 Nov 2019
Three authors interpret feminism—from how different a life would Sita had led to a non-fiction and Calcutta during World War II.
27 Oct 2019
Since ancient times, Diwali has been celebrated with ritual oil baths, the consumption of delicious sweets and savouries.
26 Oct 2019
None of us can possibly know what tomorrow holds. What we do know is that we are living in a golden age of prosperity and scientific advances.
05 Oct 2019
Advances in science and technology have made so much possible; but just because we can do something, doesn’t mean we should.
15 Sep 2019
It’s a long, hard look at naked desire by inhabiting the bodies and souls of three white, mostly straight and relatively privileged American women.
14 Sep 2019
The Head of the Nation also talked about the Triple Talaq Bill, insisting that his Muslim sisters were also deserving of justice and this evil had to be eradicated.
24 Aug 2019
We don’t bother with paying decent wages to the maid, tipping the waiter, waiting for our turn or even doing the barest minimum for those condemned to manually clean out sewage with no protection.
03 Aug 2019
There is so much by way of choice today, it is hard to make a choice.
06 Jul 2019
The extraordinary life of Begum Ra’ana Liaquat Ali Khan and how she selflessly worked towards the cause of Pakistan
21 Apr 2019