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#DelhiPride: A Dame To Kill For

Asked to write this piece about my experience with dating as a lesbian in India, my first reaction was ‘how is any different from heterosexual dating?’ After all,

11 Must-Read Books About Violence Against Women

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. We thought the best way to observe it would be to put together a list of books that inform and educate about the prevalence and repercussions of violence against women.

#DelhiPride: The Silent B In LGBT

A month ago, Delhi organised an LGBTQIA Pride parade. A friend of mine was involved. On Twitter, he ranted about how journalists were calling him to ask for numbers of people who are gay or lesbian or transgender.

#DelhiPride: A Letter To My Ex: You Raped Me, I Forgive You

You didn’t expect this, did you? Well, neither did I till about ten months ago. I had so wonderfully repressed the cold hard facts of that evening;

Queer In The City: What is Man Love?

Queer in the City follows Naina and her friends as they navigate through the treacherous terrain of dating as an person from the LGBTQIA community in the city of Kolkatta.

#InTheirWords: Why I Cannot Get Excited About India Winning Miss World

On a Mumbai monsoon morning, I was pottering around my apartment looking for a computer charger. My roommate was a total nerd,

5 Real Problems Faced by Real Indian Women To Agitate Over

Since the announcement of its release, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming film Padmavati has been controversial. Every news anchor has an opinion,

#NaNoWrMo: Raghu Karnad

Raghu Karnad used to be the editor of Time Out Delhi. His first novel, Farthest Field: An Indian Story of the Second World War,was shortlisted for the Hessell-Tiltman Prize for 2016.

#FiveUnder5000: Shoes With Soul

No one wants to buy ethically made clothes but wearing them with mass produced shoes, so we hunted down these five beautifully handmade footwear just for you.

#InTheirWords: I Thought I Was Body-Positive Then I Gained Weight

I’m older, but not wiser, and most definitely fatter. As I turn 35, I think my empathy has grown, and I know my love handles have.

Bhuli Art: Determined To Bring Folk Art Back To Former Glory

India in 2017 is rapidly modernising, and a tragic by-product is that traditional cultures, arts and crafts are dying out.

#NaNoWrMo: Prayaag Akbar

Prayaag Akbar was the editor-in-chief of the Sunday Guardian, and then assistant editor at Scroll.in. His first novel, Leila, has been shortlisted for the Hindu Prize 2017,

#TLCTravels: Hidden Goa

If Goa was a person, by 2017 it’s wearing MC Hammer pants, neon sunglasses, and shouting out, “It’s GOAH! Time.” It wasn’t always like that.

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