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March 7, 2015

It’s not about India’s Daughter – It’s about India’s Sons

Events so far— India’s Daughter is a documentary commissioned by BBC Storyville, meant to air on International Women’s Day It traces the brutal gang rape and murder of 23-year-old medical student Jyoti Singh on a moving bus in Delhi in 2012, and the unprecedented protests and riots, which this event […]
February 7, 2015

I don’t want to share, but I can’t not

No, I dont want to see that your child has just been born That this is your first family selfie —the only one before you untie the knot I dont want to see pictures of your honeymoon And that diamond ring which will be enshrined in your tomb. That first kiss […]
January 24, 2015

Debdatta Sahay aka DDS – Record holder for most Book Reviews, Limca Book of Records

Debdatta or DDS as I think of  her read my first novel The Destiny of Shaitan and gave it an amazing review. To an author trying to find her voice she was the proverbial lifeline I clutched at to navigate my way through the shark-infested-waters of fast-ebbing writerly self-confidence. I survived.And […]
January 9, 2015

My choice is that I don’t have to choose

I admire Madonna. From the time she burst on the pop-music scene, she has constantly reinvented herself every decade, always teaming up with the current artist on trend. I am not Madonna. But thanks to technology I too am able to constantly reinvent myself in this lifetime. So it means I […]
December 23, 2014

Time is a fickle mistress

Many years after passing out of university, I find myself back on campus. This time my classmate & investment banker par-excellence, Sanjay Bajaj, interviews me on the birth of Ruby Iyer, my writing process, how to find the work-write balance and why Ruby is so angry? Thank you NMIMS alumni […]