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

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

WhatsApp battleground for India elections 2019

PAWAN LUTHRA on politicians harnessing the power of social media as a tool to gain votes during elections

Modi-Xi meet: Are India and China ‘friends’ again?

Whether the meeting between Modi and Xi was a ploy playing on the old adage of keep-your-friends-close-but-your-enemies-closer, only time will tell

Life in your 40s: Are you in a sandwich, yet?

On one side, you have kids flowering into adulthood, bringing with it the fear of letting go. On the other, you have parents wilting into the sunset of their lives, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

What kind of parent are you?

There’s no doubt parents are the best advocates for their own children. But when does advocacy stop both parents and children from growing? BY MOHAN DHALL