Shekhar, 33, is a novelist and works as a doctor in Pakur, Jharkhand.
As the COVID-19 pandemic makes work-from-home the new normal, a look at the workspaces of people who have always functioned in isolation -- writers. For Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar, his workstation is where the writer and the doctor meet.
A year-end party like none other.
The film houses that I lived in (vicariously) and loved.
Despite events and anecdotes being only hinted at, the reader can adequately imagine and understand the taboos and secrets the author has not exactly put in words.
Jharkhand unshackles the tribal hero, but who will rescue its poorly-paid women health workers?
The domicile policy in Jharkhand is a contentious issue