She did what she thought was right. And so did she. So did I. So did they. It all still went wrong. Who can tell us why?
Back in 2003, I battled the science bros by being a woman. 20 years later, my gender is fighting for STEMism with stories as much as with science, tech & maths.
‘ Carney ‘s House Party’ by Maud Hart Lovelace turned out to be surprising fun – a hundred years in the past!
My grandfather was a fireman. He fought fire. He saved lives & probably saw hundreds of deaths in his lifetime. He was also a religious man who worshipped Agni.
I made an impromptu visit to my first-love city, Bangalore. How does it feel to date a former lover after two decades?
A lullaby is sung to us as children. But well into adulthood, sleep remains elusive. This is my loving goodbye to the cares of the day.
#Barbenheimer shows corporations highjacking our very identities. Do you really identify as either Barbie or Oppenheimer?
I’m turning 44. I survived trauma, 3 recessions, a pandemic. There are miracles, there is anarchy and amidst all that, there is sense.
On 26 Jul’05, Mumbai experienced unprecedented rain – the heaviest in 100 years. This is my story of survival. It is also a love story.
Salwar kameez, the ubiquitous subcontinental garment has a varied history in my own personal life.