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On being a man in a patriarchal world

I recently read a news report on how the fans of one of South India’s leading actors stooped down and trolled the editor-in-chief of a very popular news outlet in South India, who made a remark on the actor. Tonight,...

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Chaos within fort walls

Upraised guards. Unsheathed swords. Upright batons. Unconquerable corps. Yet, there’s terror; chaos. Yet, everything is an attack surface, everyone is an attacker. Yet, somehow, everyone is a victim. Yet, everyone cries. Cries. Cries for peace. Cries for quiet. Cries for...

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Nudging Towards Mass Dissatisfaction

Journalists, they say, have a very important role to play in a democracy. The press is the fourth pillar of democracy (the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary being the other three). In a way, it is also the journalists...

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Migrating my blog

Change is necessary, even though the statement sounds like a helpless cliché. Today, I decided to migrate my personal blog from Blogger to Jekyll (just like how we migrated Meraki Post). This migration was supposed to be much simpler. There...

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Keep the change

Every Facebook frequenter (at least in India) comes across this post every now and then, which bashes our government for being hostile to the farmers. It goes something like this:At the vegetable market in the morning:‘How much is that cabbage?’‘Twenty...