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Society

(this piece was originally written for Nagadao bi-yearly magazine by NSUD April-October 2016 issue) “when women move forward the family moves, the villages moves, and the nation move… employment gives economic status to women, economic status gives way to social status and thereby empowerment” ~ Jawaharlal Nehru It’s been a

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Life

I’ve been sitting on this story for a while now. I mean, it would brush past my mind at times and leave no trace of it. It is like a hungover mind on a Monday morning, a head full of fragmented moments that you are unsure how it made you feel. This

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Mélange

I’ve seen racism in my audiences. For example, I’ve seen people laugh at every other group, but then clam up when it comes to their community. You can’t laugh at everyone else and then not laugh at yourself. You shouldn’t be at my show if you can’t laugh at yourself. ~

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Life

It’s 3 am and I am sitting here in my shabby room in Delhi trying to put together an SKU, flipping through folders, eyes glued to the system. I don’t have an air conditioner in my room and the humidity has turned my skin into a human sticky note pad.  I guess it’s

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Life

Long ago, when our gods were plenty and the sacrifices untold, when the trees were revered and the lands sacred, there in the little corner of a Tangkhul region was a famine struck village where the terraced fields were parched and the grains refused to sprout. But it was neither

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Life

When it comes to dealing with memory loss, the famous Korean movie “A moment to remember” and the Hollywood hit “The Notebook” pops up. I reckon a lot of us ended up watching the movies with a box of tissues that night. But will a box of tissue suffice if you