A story of love, loss and second chances by Nikita Singh, releasing this Valentine’s Day.
The Pulwana terror attack is to be condemned, but we need to do more than that, to support the families left behind by those who died, and to stop this cycle of violence somehow.
War movies like Uri glorify the dehumanisation of soldiers and their targets, no matter how patriotic we feel about them. Is this what we want to teach our kids?
Being a hands-on dad somehow makes a man re-look his antisocial/ anti-civic behaviour, as this stay at home dad's experience tells him. An interesting proposition.
A hatred that murdered a relationship but couldn’t murder the love within, the love that had the power to go beyond the boundaries of religion to save humanity, to save lives. Hiding behind an iron staircase, of a shop, I was trying to protect myself. They were on the roads, roaring harshly, with blood in […]
Sugandhi Alias Andal Devanayaki is the story of Peter who, under the cover of shooting a movie, gets into the heart of the LTTE in Sri Lanka to search for his lady love Sugandhi.
An old school friend was sexually abusing a little boy right in front of me, and I called him out, because we should have zero tolerance for this.
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