• Lynching Why We Love a Lynching

    Why do we lynch? There is something in the make-up of Indian crowds that makes them declare themselves judge, jury, and in some cases even the executioner.

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  • YogiAdityanath Eid in the Time of Adityanath

    My hometown Allahabad was a city of education and open political debates. Now it is overrun by saffron-gamcha-wearing bikers, where to live as a Muslim is to live in subterfuge.

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  • The Biker Buntais of Ramzan

    Bikers, who take over the streets of Mumbai at midnight, are a nightmare for law-abiding motorists. But they say speed is an addiction, and the city needs to keep pace with them.

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  • DanielDayLewis Daniel Day-Lewis, the Lunatic

    Daniel Day-Lewis acquired the reputation of a man, willing to lose his sanity by wanting to become a different person for a different film. But I see method in his madness.

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  • Down With Bearded Bros

    We live in the time of rampant beards and man buns. But beards are to me what Donald Trump is to factual information, incompatible.

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  • The Great Millennial Fandom Will be Hashtagged

    There was a time when fans built temples to their idols and stood outside their houses for hours on end. All that the millennial fan needs, though, is a broadband connection.

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  • Tubelight Never Go Full Tubelight

    In Tubelight, Salman Khan’s Laxman believes he can actually move mountains, but all he manages to do is move the audience to yawns.

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  • ViratKohli Virat Kohli, No More the Internet Darling

    The internet is an unpredictable lover. Virat Kohli learnt this the hard away after India’s humiliating defeat against Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final.

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  • mother My Runaway Mother

    After my parents parted ways, my mother moved to Spain. The world around me erupted in the sound of an angry sizzle. How could she abandon a teenage daughter?

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  • AnilKumble Uncle Kumble vs the Brats in Blue

    Virat Kohli and his brat pack are exhibiting classic millennial behaviour. They don’t want to be chided for their behaviour, they don’t want to be told what to do.

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