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Prejudice knows no religion

12 March 2015 9:35 PM GMT
Indian society seems to be witnessing a peculiar juxtaposition of progress and prejudice. A friend refuses to employ a certain lady because she is a...

Magical mystery tour through Arunachal Pradesh

7 Feb 2015 10:50 PM GMT
Time had broken into a gallop. It was our penultimate day in Tawang. The discerning traveller in me had begun to think that I had seen Arunachal in...

A journey of awakening through Tawang

4 Feb 2015 1:01 AM GMT
If Shangri-La conjures up images of a hidden paradise, mellifluous chants floating in the air and mystical monks absorbed in prayers, then Tawang is...

Love and honour en route to Tawang

3 Feb 2015 11:01 PM GMT
We woke up to a sun drenched morning the next day. The entire landscape seemed freshly washed by the rains of the previous night, having come alive...

On the road to Arunachal Pradesh

2 Feb 2015 12:36 AM GMT
Tawang had been on our radar since the past one year. The beautiful land of the Monpas, with its heady cocktail of history, religion and legends had...

Days and nights in the forest

29 Nov 2014 9:35 PM GMT
Tired of languishing in the city prompted me to run to some quiet place in the wilderness. I found the perfect companions in two of my friends who...

Why don’t we run for diversity, ever?

3 Nov 2014 11:36 PM GMT
Every year, young people from the distant corners of the country converge on this seat of government in the hope of better prospects of education and...

Letter to a father from a daughter

26 Oct 2014 9:56 PM GMT
In the prologue, she outlines the events leading to her father’s bloody assassination at the hands of the military; in the epilogue she voices her...

Past continuous in London Marts

28 Sep 2014 9:10 PM GMT
The white dome of St. Paul’s looms modestly over London; the Tower of London sits in a grey huddle; the famous bridges of Westminster and the Tower...
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