The problem is real. We need to get those voices in our head, that constantly remind us of what needs to be done, to stop! In short, we need to practice doing nothing.
Indian politics is nothing if not about brazening it out. And for that the Congress vice-president's speeches, objections and interjections have to be a little more than mystery wrapped in enigma.
I mention demonetisation only to point out that unfortunately the Congress' response to it has been worse than anaemic.
'King Khan', after you sold out to hate and fear in a deplorable deal with Thackeray's MNS, what do we call you?
Two things that the government itself is not denying are hardships caused to people and setback to economy. It is, however, rationalising these as the "price we need to pay to clean up the system".
You don’t get discriminated against because you are white; you get admired because you are white. And sometimes even molested.
As we chase success, we tend to forget that our real achievements lie in acts of compassion.
We could have achieved the purpose set out for demonetisation with far lesser cost, lesser pain albeit with greater effort.
Clearly, the poor have no morality, if we go by PM Modi’s Robinhood-style address to the nation.
Team Indus is the only Indian team in this Google-sponsored global effort.
Black money stashes are not turning into rubbish, but the government’s stated objectives are
Since 2014 India has been seeing a consistent attack on institutions and people who have spoken against the government.
Things are changing and even entertainment news has lost its sting.
What if we were a cashless economy, a digitised polity with everyone owning a smartphone and, more importantly, knowing how to use it.
From midnight, there will be some changes. We will not accept the vegetable waste they supply us for food.
Demonetisation could have led to perhaps the biggest push mobile Internet has got in the country
The misplaced sense of patriarchy in Dileep's words directed towards 'protecting the honour' of Kavya Madhavan who has been affected by rumours that surrounded them, was too obvious to go unnoticed.
He saw himself as the successor of Jose Marti Perez, the author and poet, who many called the “Apostle of Cuban Independence.”
India was built on the success of her integration, its multiplicity and the resilience of its people. Mumbai is its shining symbol.
The Jack & Jones billboard that just got slammed along with Ranveer Singh is quite Mad Men-esque at the first glance.
As the abstract absurdity of the polling system was revealed I thought: please just call it. And when they finally did, I felt nothing but relief.
A visiting German journalist in India recounts the last one week when she struggled to exchange/withdraw old currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000.
As I walk past his cycle-cart, trying my best to avoid eye contact, Rajkumar has no idea that his business, or at least his customers, has gone online one fine morning.
Many of us have been able to handle the demonetisation crisis well. Many have not. The former have no right to poke fun at the latter, abuse them or call them unpatriotic because they are facing legitimate problems.
After seven hours of wait, for the first time in life the cash in my hands felt like 'mehnat ki kamai'.
It is now our turn to be the great firewall against the madness sweeping humanity.
It was not only Hillary Clinton's loss that is reflective of misogyny, it is also Donald Trump’s victory.
The US media would have you believe this is an upset, a shock, a surprise. They’re wrong.
Hillary Clinton has never shied away from attributing the successes of the nation to the immigrants, many important people on her team are of Indian origin.
Trump has proven to be an incorrigible misogynist. He has and continues unapologetically to call women--that won't do his bidding or those he doesn't like--slobs, dogs, fat pigs and ugly.
As we go through yet another cycle of hand wringing over Kashmir, perhaps it is time to put aside irrational pride and ask some very practical questions.
When I speak to my colleagues here and how they deal with abusive e-mails, posts on Facebook, or comments on Twitter, it already feels a bit like home.
For years now the Nation knew where to turn to for their answers every night, what if it just left them with even more questions.
Come Diwali and alongside the pollution, there’s panic in the air.
In both Uri and Quetta the intended victims were asleep, and as such soft targets, when stealthy attacked.
The intention was to make justice more accessible to women who may not always want criminal proceedings but yet sought intervention while keeping the possibility of reconciliation open.