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Sharmila Sen’s Not Quite Not White Challenges #WhiteCulture’s Claim on Americana

Born in Calcutta, Sharmila Sen’s memoir Not Quite, Not White chronicles her metamorphosis from a fresh-off-the-boat girl in White America to a Non-White American citizen.

High Sir, a review of Adithya Dhar’s Uri: The Surgical Strike

Among the spate of semi-propaganda films released over the last month, with Thackeray being the latest, Uri, Adithya Dhar’s most recent offering appears to be the most watchable of them all.

Sabarimala: How Mainstream politics Has Failed Women…Again

A day after India welcomed a New Year, it also erupted into a furore as two women, both under 50 years of age,

#5Under5000: The Outnet Edition

Ever since the Indian rupee plummeted, I’ve been keeping my online shopping to a minimal. Bags that used to cost Rs 10,000 are now unaffordable.

Anita Nair’s new novel Eating Wasps takes a clear look at the tough choices Indian women make

Anita Nair’s latest novel, Eating Wasps is clear, concise and insightful. The book starts with 30-year-old Sreelakshmi’s suicide on a “Monday.

How To Handle Being Called Out for Sexual Harassment, A Fake-Woke Man’s Guide

You’ve been touting around that you are woke AF, a funny man, a cultured man, a feminist ally even. Yet,

#BookReview: Night Of Happiness By Tabish Khair

How much does the Hindu majority of India think about its privilege? How long before prejudices we think of as beneath us bubble up to the surface?

Meet TheMXXNLight: Identical Twins, RnB Duo Who Are All Over Wiz Khalifa’s New Album

Akash and Krish Chandani aka TheMxxnLight are 22-year-old identical twins who make unique, irresistibly sexy RnB music.

#InTheirWords: Dear Mum and Dad, You’re Muslim, I’m Bisexual, But We Are Family

Dear mum and dad,

Writing this letter hurts because I may never be able to share it with you.

There’s a Chamar in Us All, says designer Sudheer Rajbhar

Sudheer Rajbhar is soft-spoken, but conveys his passion for art and design through insightful observations and action. His accessories label Chamar grew out of a desire to bring people together and provide fair wages to artisans with whom he worked.

#BookReview: Mahesh Rao’s Polite Society Uses Jane Austen’s Emma To Tell A Different Story

It is a dangerous business to adapt a Jane Austen novel. Not only because the woman still has stans but because,

Let’s Talk About Self-Care Sundays, Ladies

It’s Sunday; I have on my soothing sheet mask; I’m burning my Lavender essential oil from Kama Ayurveda. Later, I’ll go to a salon and indulge in a massage and a mani-pedi session.

Kerala Still Needs Your Help!

The Kerala Relief Fund has collected over Rs 700 Crore through donations so far. But, the losses incurred by the state are estimated to be as high as Rs 20,000 Crore.