Many ask if the Taliban have changed. What people forget to ask is how Internet has changed Afghan women.
Only if Indians said, don't yuck my yum. There’s a world of Fanta omelette, Rasgullah Maggi, and cheese pani puris waiting for you.
Simiran Kaur Dhadli puts down women for how they dress and for ‘fake’ cases against men in her new song ‘Lahu Di Awaaz’. It’s not music to the ears.
Winning or losing is not just a matter of having a decorated mentor. It is not the first time that former players are guiding the Indian team.
‘The Activist’ is what happens when content creators hate wokeness, but pander to it.
It is not surprising that authors such as Patti Smith and Scott Snyder and a host of comic book authors from Marvel and DC have also entered Substack.
ABBA’s comeback single ‘Don’t Shut Me Down’ sounds like it could be a previously shelved Dancing Queen B-side. Disco didn’t die, it just plagiarised itself.
Meethika's street-smart delivery style is replete with raw, unadulterated wisecracks. She is the voice of ‘boomers’, millennials and Gen-Z rolled into one.
From Padma Lakshmi to Salman Rushdie, many were outraged by the two-time Pulitzer Prize winner's jab at Indian food. But are we not also guilty?
We must choose ‘discomfort’ over ignorance when it comes to narratives of violence against women. It is a catalyst for important conversations.