Technology How Fantasy Sports Games Like Dream11 Could Help Curb Illegal Betting
To anyone unfamiliar with Dream11, it isn’t just a fantasy sports game in which you can win money. It’s a mood, a thing to fight with friends over. Plus, according to a recent SC ruling, it’s completely legal!Add to list
Gender A Step-by-Step Guide to Walking Out of an Abusive Marriage
Why didn’t you fight back when you were slapped and your earring fell off? Why are you still around, crying pathetic pools of tears and snot? Why aren’t you doing what your head tells you to and leave? How did you just become a statistic of physical abuse?Add to list
Gender I Was All for Body Positivity… Until I Gained Weight and Couldn’t Fit In My Clothes
We’ve been trained to believe that hating the way our body looks, feels, and weighs is another way of subscribing to societal demands of female beauty. It’s dangerous and self-destructive. But if I’m being honest, maintaining a veneer of body positivity, when you can’t stop thinking of your weight, feels much the same to me at this point.Add to list
POV Science, Spirituality, and the Psychobabble of Sadhguru
It would have been fine if the Sadhguru, aka Jaggi Vasudev, were spreading whatever garden-variety message of peace and brotherhood he wanted to advance. It’s when he dumbsplains science that things begin to get tricky.Add to list
Social Commentary Why Do We Never Call Out Bigotry Within Our Families?
As woke millennials, it’s our duty to speak to our friends about consent, to call out their misogyny. But rarely do we direct this sense of purpose toward our own family. We never call out that bigoted cousin or the proudly homophobic parent.Add to list
- Humour Naam to suna hoga. #Delhi Add to list
Politics Social Media Wants to Know: What Exactly Can Kejriwal Do About the Delhi Violence?
While some on the internet have been accusing Arvind Kejriwal of staying silent while Delhi burns, another section claims that we should instead divert all pleas to the home minister. After four days of violence in the capital, has the CM done enough?Add to list
First Person A Fire No One’s Ready to Douse: Inside Delhi’s Violence-Hit Ashok Nagar
The neighbourhood seems eerily quiet. I see a young man in his twenties lifting a sack of stones. A few kilometres away, on a flyover there is a gang of 15-20 young men hurling abuses and stopping cars. Dispatches from Ashok Nagar, a locality in Northeast Delhi, where a mosque was set on fire.Add to list
Satire Inside Melania Trump’s India Diary: Can’t Wait to Order the Taj Mahal Mud Pack from Amazon
Dear Diary, what a trip it has been to India! The Hindus absolutely love Dolan – that’s my new nickname for him. They went out of their way to prepare all his favourite things: a big wall, a yuge stadium, and a massive violation of human rights in the capital.Add to list
Social Commentary Delhi Violence: Why Don’t We Hesitate Before Making Injured Men Sing the National Anthem on Camera?
The Delhi violence threw up a bunch of brutal videos and photographs, but one that continues to haunt us is that of injured men being forced to sing the national anthem. That perpetrators are unafraid their inhuman acts are being captured on camera says a lot about us as a society.Add to list
Dekhta Hai Tu Kya: The Boobs Edition ft Shreya Gupto, Trupti Khamkar & Anahad Madhav
Nazrein milana, nazrein churana, wahin pe nigahein wahin pe nishana. Lekin kyun? Kaun hain ye log jo yun ghoorte hain? Kahan se aate hain aur kahan chale jate hain? Aaiye jaante hain #TheBoobsEditionAdd to list