Social Commentary No Good Deed Goes Unpunished. Kafeel Khan’s Ordeal is Just the Latest Example
In today’s India, you don’t need to be extraordinary to get trolled or killed — you just need to be sincere and doing your job. Apart from high-profile examples like KafAdd to list
Social Commentary As Modern Names Get More Meaningless, Is It Time “Rahul” and “Pooja” Make a Comeback?
As a person named Parita, I feel inclined to point out that it isn’t too much to expect our parents to give us simple, common names that have meaning and which everyone canAdd to list
Social Commentary If an Open Letter is Considered “Sedition”, What Room is Left for Dissent in India?
The lines have been redrawn. Dissent is sedition and criticism is treachery. What was once a benign avenue for freedom of expression has now become another battleground whereAdd to list
Social Commentary From Axing Aarey to Kashmir Lockdown: Are We in the Midst of an Empathy Crisis?
From climate change to the Kashmir lockdown, many of the world’s problems happen because we, collectively as a species, have lost the ability to see things from someone elseAdd to list
Bollywood Five Years of Haider: In the Current Political Climate, Will Any Film Honestly Examine the Kashmir Situation?
Five years ago, when Haider released in theatres, the ruling government was still in its early days and the mood of the nation was nowhere close to what it is today. It is praAdd to list