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Haryana Burns. Who’s next?

February 21, 2016
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Haryana Burns. Who’s next?

Tweet Today, as many towns in Haryana burn and I see desperate Facebook pleas for help from people stuck in Rohtak or Panipat, I wonder how things came to this. How is it that one of the prosperous communities in Haryana is so desperate for reservations that they think...
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Dilwale – A Few Observations

December 30, 2015
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Dilwale – A Few Observations

Tweet I watched Dilwale last night. Here’s a few observations. 1. The movie, i can say with a lot of confidence, didn’t bomb because of Internet Hindus boycotting SRK....
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Social Media Activism – Bane or Boon?

August 26, 2015
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Social Media Activism – Bane or Boon?

Tweet This week social media has made two more people famous. Jasleen Kaur allegedly got harassed at a traffic signal, took a picture of the offender Sarabjit Singh, posted...
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Reflections on two Years of Writing

May 26, 2015
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Reflections on two Years of Writing

Tweet It’s been two years since my first book got published. It was a dream I had seen, to get published, to see my name on book shelves, to...
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An Open Letter to Arnab Goswami

March 27, 2015
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An Open Letter to Arnab Goswami

Tweet Dear Arnab, I tuned into Times Now yesterday and watched for a total of 23 seconds, which is about as much as I can watch it at a...
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India’s Daughter

March 8, 2015
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India’s Daughter

Tweet I just watched the ‘India’s Daughter’ documentary. News flash for the Government of India – in this age of the Internet, banning a video will only ensure that...
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The Secret Diary of Rahul Baba

March 1, 2015
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The Secret Diary of Rahul Baba

Tweet I just love being on a sabbatickle. Take a long leave. Go to the mountains. Relax. Though I must say English is a funny language. Not sure what’s the relation...
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Open Letter to Barack Obama

February 24, 2015
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Open Letter to Barack Obama

Tweet Dear Barack, There is a song sung by a famous Pakistani singer which has been immortalized over years of being played on loop in Delhi’s Blue-line buses -‘accha sila diya...
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An Unconditional Apology

February 9, 2015
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An Unconditional Apology

Tweet The flavor of the month in India these days is freedom of speech. Arnab Goswami doesn’t let his panelists speak. Nitish Kumar doesn’t want to let Jitan Ram...
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Introducing Democrazy!

January 26, 2015
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Introducing Democrazy!

Tweet Today the great Indian democracy celebrates its 66th Republic Day. In the years since independence, we are now older, more mature, with streaks of grey beginning to show in...
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Merchants of Doom

January 18, 2015
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Merchants of Doom

Tweet Modi ji always said that he will promote industrial growth and especially manufacturing, under his Make in India campaign. True to form. there is a new small-scale industry in...
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Being Hindu

January 8, 2015
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Being Hindu

Tweet I am a Hindu. I was born to Hindu parents and became one by default. Is my religion a part of my identity? Perhaps. Do I care much...
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