Why I teach Premchand to my Australian students

Premchand’s writing is relevant today, because it opens the door for authors such as Omprakash Valmiki who write from the margins. Premchand taught me to read Hindi literature. The list goes on, and fills my office bookshelves. For this, I am grateful to Premchand and wish all readers good fortune on his birth anniversary.
curry.Indian Link

The politics of curry

I wondered how one could possibly munch curry? The way I understood it, curry, being a liquid, could be eaten with rice or one could even drink it as one did rasam and even sambhar. But there was no way one could munch curry as if it were a biscuit.
Practice.Indian Link

Practice makes perfect?

The idea of ‘perfection’ we seek in our kids’ endeavours from constant practice is deeply flawed. By MOHAN DHALL
FIFA.Indian Link

FIFA reflections

It’s done and dusted. France took home the glory, and the drudgery of routine daily life is upon us again after the analysts have all but wrapped up. Looking back at the month-long FIFA World...

Abusing women, abusing power

Heard enough from old white men. Seeing these words on the t-shirt of a fellow public transport user recently left me strangely uncomfortable. I’ve waxed forth frequently about not generalising about people in this manner,...
Priyanka Chopra Quantico.Indian Link

Quantico controversy: Does the Priyanka bashing even make sense?

Priyanka Chopra being targeted for an ‘anti-nationalist’ episode of Quantico is a reminder of mob mentality underpinning Indian society. By RITAM MITRA
Trump And Kim Jong Un.Indian Link

Last rites for human rights?

Why are world leaders deliberately turning a blind eye to countries blatantly flouting their citizens’ human rights? Asks PAWAN LUTHRA
property.IndianLink

Buying property: Are you having FOMO or FOOP?

Buyers who twelve months ago were rushing in to buy due to a Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO) now seem to be worried about the Fear Of Over Paying (FOOP).

Why don’t we trust women?

We are failing women at every turn by slapping on them labels of ‘untrustworthy’ and ‘backstabber’ say Aparna Ananthuni and Dipanjali Rao
Mexico.Indian Link

Changing India’s internal narrative

Citizens must find voice to shake political establishment. Writes SANAM SHARMA