Arunima Gururani When I look at the work I do, I can say I really like it. Some days are hard, like a struggle to
This October, we’re looking at mental health a little more seriously – after all, it’s mental health awareness month. But imagine how much happier we’d
For someone who works in the development and communication sector, I have seen for so long how everything around us affects our mental health and
Feature by Sumona Chetia Wake up in the morning. Grab a cup of black coffee. Rush to the office. Grab another cup of black coffee.
A year ago, I wasn’t a positive person as I am now. I chose to identify myself with my failures rather than my success. I
Standing tall areca palm trees amidst the never-ending stretch of tea gardens with the blue hills as a landscape or sometimes lush golden paddy fields-this
Street photography is one of my most favourite verticals and rightly so. It gives an insight into what a place is actually like. They say
Pappu for Netizens, Shehzada for BJP, a golden hen for coalitions and probably the only hope for Congress – Rahul Gandhi has been a figure of amalgamation
Bright Lights, Blind Sight Pretty lights and empty bars Cigarettes and people in shiny cars. Pretentious happiness lurking outside While internally, we’re drinking to die.