India’s Rising Ghetto Class

A day in the fragmented life of our unique urbanisation 42-year-old Ram Kumar is waiting for his wife to arrive at the Old Delhi Railway Station. Tired of standing in the small patch of sunlight escaping throu... Read More...

Netflix and Chill Anyone?

The entertainment portal has finally arrived in India. But will it change anything? The reigning king of all entertainment content—Netflix is finally here. And like all things international that arrive in In... Read More...

Hero, Every day

How a 24-year-old quit his IAS job to give free education 24-year-old Roman Saini quit his highly cushy and stable job in the Indian Administrative Services (IAS) to become a teacher. Ranked at number 18 in th... Read More...

Rise Of The Woman Consumer

Urban women want a career more than a family On a cold winter evening, 32-year-old Richa Mehta is making her way home from work when her phone rings. She shoves it into her bag and slumps deep into the auto se... Read More...

Unstoppable

Adele’s new album is a sum of her life experiences Three years ago, after winning a Grammy award for the Bond theme, Skyfall, Adele disappeared from the music scene. “Life happened,” she mulled in a recent int... Read More...

Lonely Hearts Club

Our cultural shifts and preoccupations as reflected in the evolution of the novel “I was that girl. The one that carried a book everywhere. Then I started working. Now I’ve had the same book in my bag for alm... Read More...

Recommended Reading

5 books that are as real as they are brilliant A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James This one is for all the music enthusiasts. The book, which also won the Man Booker Prize last year tells the ... Read More...