Senior Assistant Editor at The Times of India, Mumbai | Chevening SAJP Fellow | Formerly with The Telegraph, Calcutta
Couldn’t believe what the newspapers said and so I became a journalist! It's been 16 years since and what a life-coach it's been as I wake up to it’s power and value, every morning. A good story isn't always about the president or popstar but everyday people and places with compelling tales. Those are the stories I hope to tell... and find the extraordinary in the ordinary!
Tote bags, T-shirts & trinkets: Queer-run businesses move beyond rainbow cliches
The Mindhunters: How brain mapping detects memories of crime
How Chhattisgarh's 'live-in' tradition is taking a toll on Adivasi kids
How Pakistan uses 'honeytraps' to gain sensitive info
Why Indian screenwriters are watching Hollywood writers strike
Can India’s grandest cultural centre become its finest?
Where some of India's most sexually adventurous people meet
Look Ma, new hands
Decoding the fictional country of Kailasa that catfished 30 US cities
When the selfie chase goes too far
'Fellowship' of social workers, lawyers helps poor undertrials navigate legal maze, get bail
Gen Zer from genre town bagged Grammy with an old soul
After belting out blues with a Gandhian string in Mumbai, Taj will trip on Mahal
Spooked by recent 'airpocalypse', some Mumbaikars pack their bags
Listened a lot to Zakir Hussain: Imagine Dragons bassist
Can ChatGPT replace humans? Experiments reveal — not yet
Would you stay in a murder house? | India News - Times of India
Setting up a good quality path lab in Delhi was a dream for Mohan Singh Kashyap. He managed to set up one in 2014 in Sant Nagar but five years on, it was time for him to vacate. Crestfallen at first, he lucked out soon after on a “nice and spacious” three-storey bungalow that came with an empty ground floor to set up his lab again, a five-bedroom
India asked to tackle FGM at UNHRC meet
Why so many Shraddhas get stuck with abusive partners
The news cycle this past week has been dominated by the gruesome killing of 26-year-old Shraddha Walkar by her live-in partner Aaftab Poonawala, 28, who strangled her, cut her up into 35 pieces, stored them in a refrigerator and went on with life until he fessed up over drinks with a friend.
While the killing has sparked a debate about the impact of true crime show