May 1, 2020

Literature, although an independent interest for me when I was merely a reader,  morphed into an avenue for social justice when I picked up the pen. That doesn't just mean that I write only about, or for, social justice (although, that would mostly be a true statement...

March 22, 2020

Disclaimer: this article doesn't cover everything that can or should be done, or is available. It focuses on two specific opportunities and while it doesn't claim to be comprehensive, it is provides a subset that can be viably implemented, replicated, and expanded....

October 23, 2018

The Sibling You Can’t Have

Far away from where I stay,

There is a place I hear, called Idlib

Never been to. Never will.

Not a country on any bucket list.

A blood bath it could be, I heard them say,

Last stronghold left to fall, in a country going back to where it came from

Li...

September 21, 2018

As published on Readomania

‘What’s so funny?’ Aru walked into the bedroom with the coffee tray. It was a Saturday morning, that too a rare one with their daughter at a sleepover since last night.

‘This idiot!’ Suman responded, still smiling. ‘He is posting gibberish on o...

September 21, 2018

As published on Cafe D for Blacklight

Aditi could feel her internal panic level rising even before she turned the corner from the stop sign. If the line of cars were any indication, she was late. The line into the temple for Janmashtami darshan would be at least an hour...

August 9, 2018

 Tanushree Ghosh @ The Logical Indian 

#MeToo is now more than a month old. It has been a month of tremendous-ness for me. Starting with conflict (should I post too? If yes, how publicly am I comfortable in doing so?) to facing the more difficult question: as someo...

August 9, 2018

As published for #Blacklight, Cafe Dissensus

702 Pitambara lane, Raniganj, was bustling already.  Even those who didn’t know that this was a ‘wedding’ home, could tell so by looking at how many people had been traipsing up and down the front stairs since morning. Vijay...

August 7, 2018

As Published on Cafe Dissensus 

Reetu glanced at the wall clock again and grumbled. ‘Even the clocks have spider webs on them. When is the last time someone used a broom here? Customers are charged an arm and a leg…Fancy wallpapers all around, no shortage of subterfuge...

March 20, 2018

When I started writing, I didn't have any knowhow of things that shouldn't be written - especially for your first manuscript if you are going to try and launch a career with it. I learnt about the same through a raised hand on 'how to pitch' and an embarrassing 'no one...

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