A landmark judgement in the MJ Akbar vs Priya Ramani defamation suit, observed that "The woman has a right to put her grievance at any platform of her choice and even after decades". But, will we ever stop asking survivors, "why now?"
News 18 / March 2021
In a no-holds-barred interview, Munawar Faruqui talks about his 37 days in jail, how it felt getting out, and what keeps him going in the face of fear and censorship.
VICE India / March 2021
As the comedian spends his 21st day in custody, friends and contemporaries recount his story of grit and resilience
The Federal / January 2021
While stand-up comedians have been performing for companies for years, a new crop includes many former startup employees mining startup culture for material
Mint Lounge / March 2021
After the admin of a popular Mumbai social media page contracted COVID-19, the home for hyperlocal memes took a turn for the serious.
VICE India / January 2021
Mumbai-based comic Munawar Faruqui, four others, were arrested for allegedly insulting Hindu gods.
Zenger News / January 2021
The bookshelf backdrops in Zoom calls may have been emblematic of the pandemic, but it is our dining tables that took on the load
Mint Lounge / December 2020
The beauty products startup made it to the unicorn club in just eight years. But behind the facade is a deeply problematic work culture.
The Morning Context / August 2020
"The trolls know the more they attack me, the more I grow."
VICE India / October 2020
As the pandemic wrecks the metropolis with a crushing cost of living, we speak with those who had once migrated to the ‘City of Dreams’ to find fame and fulfilment.
VICE India / September 2020
Dozens of type designers and collectives are concertedly creating fonts for Indian languages to address a deep disparity.
Scroll / April 2019
Indian Instagram star Saloni Gaur talks about her small-town life and the role of the lockdown in her success.
VICE India / November 2020
The Canadian therapist is decoding mental health subjects, one Twitter thread at a time
Mint Lounge / October 2020
The stage logs in
Open Magazine / September 2020
It's been seven months since Chinmayi Sripaada accused influential lyricist Vairamuthu of sexually harassing her. She hasn’t stopped fighting in court and outside since then.
Huffington Post / June 2019
Riding on public sentiment, political board games turn moneyspinners
Open Magazine / October 2019
The female lead in Tamil cinema is finally moving beyond stereotypes
Open Magazine / April 2019
Skincare, haircare, and now, there’s period care. While FMCG companies continue to rule the market, new players bring the promise of comfort and sustainability to women who can afford the extra buck
The Ken / May 2019
The city centre around the small town square at Place Aux Aires is where all the action is.
ET Panache / July 2019
With Telugu movie ‘Jersey’, the actor is entering her fifth film industry in four years.
HuffPost India / April 2019
There are empty operation tables, empty chairs and piles of clothing — all of which are haunted by the looming presence of what was once there.
FirstPost / March 2019
“The shutdown of Eloor library was the last stone. We knew we had to reinvent ourselves to stay relevant or we go down the same way,”
FirstPost / March 2019
Director Pa. Ranjith has audiences swooning over Rajinikanth all over again. This time, the superstar returns as an older, wiser and more politically-conscious hero.
India Today / June 2018
It takes sheer grit to beat something as dreaded as cancer. If actor Gautami Tadimalla decided to treat it as just another of life's problems, singer Kanchan Daniel told herself that it wouldn't mess with her. Six women whose survivor stories are full of
India Today Woman / January 2018
‘Game Over’ is Taapsee Pannu’s next Tamil film, and it marks her return to Tamil cinema four years after Raghava Lawrence’s Kanchana 2
Sunday Lite, The Hindu / March 2019
Tamil film director Vetri Maaran's Vada Chennai has wowed critics and packed cinema halls
India Today / October 2018
An enterprising duo from the southern city are selling the beloved Tamil delicacy by the box. Even if purists consider it a travesty, it's already flying off the shelves.
Scroll / June 2014
With low margins on hardware and a free Android-based user interface called MIUI, where then does Xiaomi’s revenue come from?
Yahoo India / September 2014
Inside Appupen's mythical world.
Teabox Blog / January 2016
Tamil cinema's most loved gangster only wants to be a hero.
Deccan Herald / January 2019
Soul of the Nilgiris, photographer Ramya Reddy's new book, "is the story of a place told through a personal tapestry of oral narratives, conversations, writings and over 300 photographs
FirstPost / March 2019
On World Theatre Day, city artistes talk about dealing with isolation and how they are using it to create new work
Midday / March 2020