Shruti Nair

Trainee Sub-Editor with The Indian Express. Interested in trends, health, gender, art and culture. She tweets at @MissNairr

Articles By Shruti Nair

BJP-Sena prove mettle in ‘Maha’ battle: Gadkari retains Nagpur; Urmila Matondkar trails by 4 lakh votes

In 2014, the NDA had swept the polls, winning 42 out of the 48 seats here. The BJP itself had won 23 seats and the Sena 18. NCP was victorious in four seats whereas Congress could only conquer two.

Maharashtra, Gujarat Election Results 2019 Highlights: NDA retains 2014 glory along West coast states

Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa (West India) Election Results 2019 Highlights: As BJP-NDA is determined to make a comeback, Gujarat saw a clean sweep by the Saffron party as even Maharashtra witnessed the BJP-Sena combine taking over majority seats. Goa, however with two seats still remains an uncertain terrain.

How with a bunch of toilets, AAP has ensured Delhi’s Anna Nagar residents don’t vote outside

The Anna Nagar slums near Indraprastha (IP) Metro Station houses nearly 5000 families. Literally every corner of this locality has a public toilet, all set up in 2016, exactly a year after the Aam Aadmi Party won the Assembly elections in the national capital

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: How BJP, Congress and AAP are preparing for India’s biggest social media battle

Facebook might have tightened the virality of political content, but still has a large number of users who political parties can’t afford to ignore. But parties are now clearly looking beyond third party platforms.

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince in Pakistan: Inks deals worth $20 bn, gets highest civilian award

Both heads of the nations held a joint business conference Monday to strengthen economic ties, a day after they signed a slew of investment agreements. The Saudi Prince who has returned to Riyadh today is slated to visit India on Tuesday. 

PMDD still goes undiagnosed and untreated, but help could be on way

Most women remain unaware of the disorder and do not know that they are suffering not from PMS, but PMDD.

Section 377 verdict: LGBTQIA students relieved, say the first step towards equality

Like Sonal Chopra, college students from across the country who identify themselves as LGBTQIA (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex and Asexual) were happy and relieved as soon as the Supreme Court on Thursday delivered a landmark judgment scrapping Section 377 of the IPC.

The ugly side of reality tv: Participant of Indian Idol reveals what goes on behind the scenes

A man who auditioned for Indian Idol in 2012 recounted his horror account in a thread of tweets that has since gone viral.

Challenging times: From fun to fatal, the full spectrum of online challenges that went viral in 2018

Here, we look back at the past half year to fish out some of the internet challenges that had social media enthusiasts going from aww to oh god.

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