Geetika Sasan Bhandari

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is a former deputy editor, India Today Digital.

VOICES

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Ryan International School murder: A Gurgaon mother on the news of child's death

Every time an incident like this occurs, I feel weak and vulnerable.

LIFE

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Slap video in Noida school underlines urgent need for action against bullying

As a country in general, we allow bullies to flourish. Their stories are told with great glee and gusto.

VOICES

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Why the return of Nokia 3310 and Snake means nostalgia for a generation

Perhaps it was the start of the 'I'm bored' phenomenon, almost simultaneously signalling the end-of-reading era.

ART & CULTURE

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Sharing Vinod Khanna's hospital picture was wrong

All of us need to dig deep inside and ask ourselves where our collective conscience has disappeared.

VOICES

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Why it's okay for happily married couples over time to sleep in separate bedrooms

Just as apartments and hotels provide two basins in bathrooms, maybe the concept of two bedrooms isn’t that far-fetched.

LIFE

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LIFE

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POLITICS

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We are looking at the most depressing winters in Delhi in recent years

I am booking my tickets and getting the hell out of here.

LISTS OF JOY

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5 things about being a parent that bring me joy

Bringing some Diwali cheer from the newsroom.

LIFE

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You have no right to judge women who fast on Karva Chauth

Geetika Sasan Bhandari tells us why feminism shouldn't be confused with traditions.