Pia Kahol
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English   |   Bangla

The writer is a PhD in creativity from Arizona State University. She currently lives in New Delhi.

LIFE

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In defence of the feminazi - and Mira Rajput

Like Sita, millions of Indian women wish everyday that the earth opens up and gives them relief from the thousand conflicts they have to live out.

POLITICS

 |   5-minute read

Only in India, how Nirbhaya case normalised gangrape in four years

Now we need something bigger than that to get us out on the streets.

POLITICS

 |   6-minute read

A harrowing tale of a demonetisation loser

Your son’s teacher had warned you not to vote for this man.

POLITICS

 |   4-minute read

POLITICS

 |   4-minute read

LIFE

 |   4-minute read

Why surrogacy and paternity leave are vital for modern India

The woman’s role as a mother is no longer limited to biological needs of the child, and the father is no longer the person who simply goes to work.

LIFE

 |   11-minute read

The irresistible charm of old women

The figure of a grandmother is perhaps the most evoked in literature.

ART & CULTURE

 |   4-minute read

Imtiaz Ali's Tamasha sets the Indian lover free

After a really long time in our history, we are asking: what do we want? What is our story?

POLITICS

 |   6-minute read

LIFE

 |   5-minute read

Sheena Bora's murder and the curse of Inardnia

It is wrong to stereotype Indrani Mukherjea along feminine lines.