If the migrants came before all else for you, how does your narrative suddenly take precedence over their welfare?
| Shorts In The Dark | 4-minute read
It's difficult to gauge the national mood because we Indians are great ones for putting up a brave front — one reason why mental health has remained low on our priority list.
The prospect of Indian soldiers wearing Made in China gear alone should propel indigenisation efforts.
Jyoti's decision demonstrates that the thirst for recognition and opportunities is not as pervasive among the young as many of us might like to believe.
| BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES | 4-minute read
Our focus state today is a thin sliver of land kissing the Arabian Sea, the land of Chera, Kerala.
| Fortune Cookie | 2-minute read
Our politicians of a certain persuasion may romanticise the chaiwallah and the pakodawallah, but these street food vendors live a slippery existence.
| Musings from afar | 4-minute read
At a time when China is facing global indignation over its mismanagement of initial stages of coronavirus, tightening screws on Hong Kong gives Xi Jinping a nationalistic boost.
What could have been a harrowing time became full of purpose. A calling. A metier.
| KOCH DIARIES | 6-minute read
It was the monsoon of 1993, and two districts of North Bengal were reeling from the horror of a flood that had left it crippled.