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Shuchi Singh Kalra
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In the midst of social stigma, it helps to understand the struggles of Indian women battling infertility and what you can do to help.
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The other day, there was a heated twitter debate following the sickening mass molestation incident in Bangalore and a few of us digressed and got discussing how sexism and oppression begins early – in school. I am not very aware of how things stand now but back when we were in school (which was in …
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2017 has not started with a good note for a lot of women in Bengaluru (formerly known as Bangalore) as they were subjected to mass molestation by a group of unruly men in spite of the presence of c…
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If any of these signs sound familiar, you may be in an emotionally abusive or exploitative relationship with a narcissist or sociopath.
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The past week has been eventful to say the least – hubby and I decided to span the distance between Leh and Bangalore by car, toddler and all. I don’t know about others, but for me a major incentive to embark on such road trips is the munchies you get along the way. Not the …
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We stayed at Lemon Tree Premier – Jaipur between 19thand 23rd October when the kid and I accompanied the husband on an official trip. One of the best things I like about this chain of hotels is the citrusy aroma that welcomes you the moment you enter the lobby, and stays consistent no matter which …
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Looking for a budget five star hotel near Delhi airport? Radisson Blu Dwarka may be a good choice. Read a detailed review of Raddison Blu Dwarka here.
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It isn’t easy being fat and fabulous, especially in India. And truth be told, you don’t even have to be THAT fat for people to nosedive into your weight business. Even if you are pleasantly plump, or delightfully curvy, or generally running into double digit dress sizes, you’ve probably had atleast some of these thrown …
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I am not very aware of how things stand now but back when we were in school (which was in the 90s), we were unconsciously part of a system that oppressed and subdued girls just so that they wouldn’t be a “distraction” to boys. The boys, on the other hand, were never overtly or covertly taught to view a female body as an human entity. We were the ones who had to cover up. Be embarrassed of our femininity. Dress modestly. Not attract attention. And generally be ashamed of our anatomy and bodily functions.
The other day, there was a heated twitter debate following the sickening mass molestation incident in Bangalore and a few of us digressed and got discussing how sexism and oppression begins early – in school. I am not very aware of how things stand now but back when we were in school (which was in …
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I am somehow naturally drawn to hippie hotspots and always make it a point to stopover at one of these wherever in the country I am. I just love the relaxed vibe, tiny nondescript cafes and restaurants that churn out amazing world cuisines, tripped out backpackers, cozy no-frills guesthouses, shops that sell all the funny …
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Along with being a travel addict, I am a complete word whore too. The writer in me is constantly enchanted with words that describe a particular emotion, especially those pertaining to travel. Here are some of my favourite picks, which I’m sure you’d relate to. 1. Yoko meshi 2. Trouvaille 3. Sehnsucht 4. Querencia 5. …
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My life took a rather tragic turn when my husband moved to Nagtalao (It’s a real place. Yes, in India). There is a real shortage of domestic help out here because well, it is nagfuckintalao, which means all my lazy hours had to be replaced by cooking hours. It’s not like I don’t enjoy cooking …
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