There are a number of others who also want to cling on to their 'unique culture and sentiments' but have to face the ire of the conformists.
Bangkok gets its first glass skywalk on top of its tallest building. Why we are obsessed with dizzying heights
The daredevils among us are ready to walk confidently onto the glass floors, while looking down at the world.
World Toilet Day: How this Swachh Bharat 'activist' found out the dirty truth about India's sanitation
Is this not a conspiracy by 'Uncouth India' against 'Swachh Bharat'?
Happy Children's Day in an 'adults-only' world.
NRC update, citizenship bill, Bengali Hindus, Miyas: Why history won't be kind to Assamese intellectuals
Even if we assume that all illegal immigrants will be flushed out of Assam, could we expect a better life and dignity for the 'genuine' citizens?
Sabarimala is not about Lord Ayyappa. It's about women worshiping men to keep the 'manly' world order intact
It is actually adult women — women in their prime — who intimidate Hindu men the most.
5 killed in Assam: Why ULFA sees last chance to revive fortunes in BJP govt's push for Citizenship (Amendment) Bill
The state BJP government is in a precarious position — it can't oppose the Bill introduced by the Centre, it can't ignore local sentiments either.
Sardar Patel's Statue of Unity: Why 'world's tallest statue' is actually not as tall as it should have been
If statues could speak, India's 'iron man' would reflect on a few ironies of today.
What if RMS Titanic was not a grand ship but a dinghy transporting slaves or a boat packed with refugees?