I am a doctor with an MD in Clinical Microbiology, working at KEM Hospital, Mumbai. I am a voracious reader, writer and blogger and believe that words can spin magic. I value truth and honesty above all else and love to chase sunsets for the sheer joy of it.
Their thoughts were rudely interrupted with a loud sound followed by shrieks and an utter chaos. The train thudded to a halt and lights of the compartment went out too, adding to the panic. “I just can’t wait to reach home,” said Sia stifling a big yawn, to her colleague and flatmate Raavi. A bleary […]
"Remember, I work only to fund my dreams. As for the Amma bit, she doesn’t know and let’s keep it like that for now. I’ll keep you posted of my whereabouts and you know I’ll be back before you know. I’ll always find my way back to you, sweets,” her voice trailed.
Back in her room, Shanaya reflected back at the strange encounter, the connect she felt in her bones. Had she imagined that conversation there? Was it wrong to dream, she wondered.
Who would have thought Aai, that petite homebody, could be so relentless. She was the unlikeliest of feminists, let alone be a gay right champion.
There lying in the middle of myriad tubes and buzzing machines, was someone who looked like Ma but didn't seem at all to be the mother she knew.
Dhritrashtra was visually-impaired, but his blindness extended to the way he refused to consider his sons' crimes - loving our kids blindly can be disastrous!
Amma, you should have seen the look on their faces. We used our ‘quote of the day’ on them and they were shocked. We told them, it's they who are weird, not our friend. Isn’t that right?
Sanju has been made by people who have a soft spot for Sanjay Dutt and that tender approach shows through. They've tried their best to remain objective and not glorify him, but have succeeded only partially.
I tried to calm them but it was as if their worst fears were coming true. Sleep eluded us and next morning we went to the local police station to file a complaint. Our Muse of the Month series this year focus on stories that pass the Bechdel test, and are written on inspiration from […]
This is an ode to the two feminist men in my life. One who shaped my thinking which probably led me to fall for the other one; my own father and my daughter's.
It’s unfortunate that the Nipah virus (NiV) is grabbing headlines and our attention. The only thing deadlier than the virus is the misinformation and the rumours that are floating around.
“When everyone around me was advising my father to marry me off, he brushed them aside and trudged with me to coaching classes and then college.”
That moment when you gain a new identity as 'mother of so-and-so' takes some getting used to. But it is precious too! Do you remember the first time someone referred to you this way?
The men in the house consulted and though they were not convinced, it still felt safer to dispatch the women and children to a safer place.
Post partum depression is often called the great masquerader, as it can be misdiagnosed as exhaustion and stress in a new mother.
Niharika wasn't sure how long this could last. She discussed it with Ayush and he too agreed to go through the screening for a possible IVF.
What stresses us out most is a lack of time, playing havoc with your peace of mind and health. Time management, says this author, is the key.
Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee recently shamed women who cannot drape a saree! Here's why his statement is harmful and needs serious reconsideration.
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