Thousands of men, women and children were holed up in the airport, or rushing towards it, hoping for a way out.
20 Aug 2021
Last March, when the week-long mid-semester break turned into a global pandemic, one of my sassy senior students sent me a meme.
31 Jul 2021
In conversation with Medha Dutta Yadav, Shivani Sibal talks about the layers that form the theme in her debut novel, and how it is a simple story of two friends, and their families.
18 Jul 2021
This story has a happy ending: If you look in the dictionary, updated to the summer of 2021, the meaning of happy reads “still breathing”
12 Jun 2021
A morbid anniversary, in a year of many morbid milestones. The finish line nowhere in sight.
17 Apr 2021
In my father-in-law’s house in Kolkata, there is no garlanded photograph of my late mother-in-law.
03 Apr 2021
The first time I heard the theory that a full stop could be considered a full-blown tantrum, I was at the bus-stop. It was early evening in March.
19 Mar 2021