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Shunali Khullar Shroff

Shunali Khullar Shroff

Writerkomal@tute.co.in
The writer is an avid reader who recently launched her debut book 'Battle Hymn of a Bewildered Mother'.

By Shunali Khullar Shroff

#MeToo and the utter bewilderment of pre-millenial men

As the social media ‘outing’ rages on, the younger lot is apologising at least. The older ones just don’t seem to know what hit them. Or, they're pretending hard.

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Aziz Ansari sexual harassment case: Let's not trivialise real cases of sexual crime

We should not be in a hurry to cleanse old wounds by attaching every unsavoury sexual experience to #MeeToo.

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I became a fashion model for a day and lived their glamorous lie

The lissome beauties deserve more credit for wearing that blank expression on stage after surviving the daily, behind-the-scenes high jinks.

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What going to the gym taught me about being human

It was like one was 13 again, that unsure age in girls, where meanness and inclusion by exclusion takes over.

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Pahlaj Nihalani’s ‘Ode to Modi’ is so embarrassing, it should be banned

We are treated to the hilarious image of the PM meditating on a rock, followed by odious comparisons with Gandhi.

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Maharashtra is butchering democracy with its meat bans

People of this great state are evidently being asked to give up their freedom quite systematically, one animal at a time.

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Time to shame and name men

As a woman who has grown up in India, I'm no foreigner to statements condoning rapes by leaders such as Mulayam Singh Yadav.

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What if you could outsource body workout?

Why should we have to put ourselves through all the strain when someone can do it 'for' us?

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India: From a nation of sex maniacs to virgins

How can we fail to comprehend that this government wants to raise a nation that is productive instead of being reproductive.

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Goldman Sachs analyst death: Why we need to change our parenting styles

Most of us tend to overwhelm our children with unreasonable expectations.

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