I have watched, played and written about cricket for decades. I have defended the sport, attributing our love for cricket as a remnant of our colonial history.
20 Oct 2021
In the three decades I’ve spent on this planet, I have found a pattern to our nation’s consumption of news.
13 Oct 2021
Last week gave me an opportunity to ponder over the role of Mahatma Gandhi in our modern lives.
06 Oct 2021
As someone who was born in the pre-liberalisation era, money was always treated as a hush-hush subject in our childhoods.
29 Sep 2021
Every year on Ganesha Chaturthi, a clash of opinions is witnessed on social media.
22 Sep 2021
In the modern world, "half knowledge" is very powerful.
16 Sep 2021
All through our school years, we were told this quote by our teachers — ‘Half-knowledge is dangerous’.
15 Sep 2021
I studied journalism in my Masters, and began my career by writing articles for a newspaper.
08 Sep 2021
The television was the original ‘Family Device’. If you grew up in a large family, the television was the device that brought the entire family together.
25 Aug 2021
History was created last week when young Neeraj Chopra won the first Indian gold medal in athletics.
11 Aug 2021
As you read this column, I assume you’ve taken at least one dose of the vaccine.
28 Jul 2021
After nearly two years of no international sporting events, last Sunday provided fans with a number of sporting spectacles.
14 Jul 2021
After a ban of nearly nine months, the popular mobile game PUBG is making a comeback to India under a new name - Battlegrounds India.
23 Jun 2021
Our earliest introduction to writing was with the humble pencil - Natraj for boys and Apsara Flora for girls.
16 Jun 2021
There’s a new app in town, friends.
02 Jun 2021