Karishma Attari

OPEN TO OPINION

Author of I SEE YOU, book critic, reader, unrepentant chocoholic, amateur sage, Shakespeare and Snoopy fan. Personal mantra: It's only real when you believe it.

VARIETY

 |   6-minute read

Outcry over Miss India Manushi Chhillar's winning answer is problematic

The 20-year-old's answer draws the point that it's time to make the shared responsibilities of men and women real and rewarding.

LIFE

 |   6-minute read

Why India is obsessed with Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma relationship

Being a celebrity couple in today's age does not come with a preference for privacy.

ART & CULTURE

 |   6-minute read

VARIETY

 |   4-minute read

Mothering tips from three fierce Mother Goddesses

The world looked very different when these goddesses were born from how it is today.

LIFE

 |   5-minute read

How I met my mother

We can see eye to eye, now, or disagree without picking up cudgels.

ART & CULTURE

 |   4-minute read

Why we love horror stories and what it says about us

To be spooked is human enough, yet, to be spooked just right feels divine.

POLITICS

 |   4-minute read

#NepalEarthquake: Mumbai psychiatrist went for relief work. Returns traumatised

[First-hand account] Dr Vishal Sawant relates how he was unable to sleep, smile or function following the experience.

LIFE

 |   3-minute read

What watching a man slap his wife and daughters says about us women

It took one casual act of violence to transform me into the picture-perfect counterpart to the abusive man: An appeasing, spineless woman.