Kanika Gahlaut
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English   |   Bangla

The writer is a journalist of more than two decades and author of Among the Chatterati (Penguin India).

VARIETY

 |   5-minute read

The case of the missing street puppies

Five dogs vanished from a colony looking after them – a violation of love and the law.

POLITICS

 |   7-minute read

Why I chose not to stand up for the national anthem in a cinema hall

I am also an anti-national in the neo-nationalism of the land, what will be done to me now?

LIFE

 |   4-minute read

Why winters are special in north India

I give you the A to Z of how you can rock this cold season.

POLITICS

 |   6-minute read

What being a Haryanvi has taught me

From the tireless spirit of women to love for nature, the state wields unending charm.

LIFE

 |   5-minute read

POLITICS

 |   6-minute read

POLITICS

 |   5-minute read

Azam Khan can't be PM (and it's not because he's a Muslim)

This is a man who used his power to send state police on a hunt for his personal missing buffaloes.

HUMOUR

 |   8-minute read

How to spread Hindutva through Coldplay

It's time PM Modi and the BJP got a crash course on the Brit band, just so there are no surprises.

POLITICS

 |   4-minute read

Women entering Haji Ali, Shani temple is as historic as Rio medals

Showing tremendous dignity in the face of opposition, and a raw courage to fight the good fight, these women are showing India how to fight like women.

POLITICS

 |   4-minute read

Why 'Bharat Mata ki jai' is not a chant for feminists

The phrase carries too much mythological baggage of patriarchal concepts.