A contrary view by the author on the controversial statement by Manohar Parrikar that has most feminists in arms against the stereotyping.
Ma’am was telling another ma’am that our school shouldn’t put children like me with the nor-mal ones. Because of dis-trac-tion. What does that mean?
A bride's farewell at her bidai is often tearful, with myriad thoughts, doubts, and questions clustering in her mind, struggling to get some answers.
Yes! I love my son but I have earned this feeling. I couldn't feel this love on the day he was born, because I was consumed by my own pain & discomfort.
Can a daughter-in-law be loved like a daughter is loved? A candid answer to this dubious (and probably unsavoury?) question is “NO”.
In this age where women are at par with men in all respects, why do we still cling to the outdated idea of the 'superiority' of the ladke vaale over the daughter's parents?