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Recent articles by piyasree:

Why It's Easier To Fall Behind Sushmita Sen’s ‘Aarya’ Than Anushka Sharma’s ‘Bulbbul’

Bulbbul uses magical realism to hail women, Aarya does magic with real women. → Read More

'Shocked And Speechless': Actors And Fans Remember Sushant Singh Rajput

Rajput’s death shocked the industry and his fans. → Read More

Love, Pain, Memories: The Story Of Food During The Lockdown

The gulf between how Indians with privilege and those without it accessed food was never more starkly visible than on social media. → Read More

Cyclone Amphan: A Glimpse Of The Devastation In Coastal Bengal

Some images from south Bengal, which has largely been inaccessible. → Read More

Lockdown That Hurts Poor Can’t Defeat COVID: Govt Task Force Doctor

Dr Smarajit Jana also suggested that there is just one way to battle and co-exist with COVID. → Read More

'Will Reach Home By Special Train', Aurangabad Train Tragedy Victim Had Told Father

The man and his brother were among the 16 men who were run over by a goods train in Maharashtra. → Read More

Legislation Introduced In US To Give Green Cards To Foreign Doctors, Nurses

The US has nearly 1,284,000 cases of confirmed COVID-19. → Read More

Odisha, Bihar, Guj, Karnataka Unwilling To Take Migrants Back: Maharashtra Minister

There were nearly 10 lakh migrants in Maharashtra who wished to return to their home states and so far, 32 trains had been operated from the state, he said. → Read More

Be It 18, 23 Or 40, Some Men Don’t Grow Out Of “Boys’ Locker Rooms”

So what needs to be done to make sure that Indian men don’t think they can get away with online abuse? → Read More

Muslim Lifestyle Bloggers Are Frustrated With The Hypocrisy Of India’s ‘Influencers’

Muslim influencers who speak up about communal violence and Islamophobia are losing followers and work, but it’s the apathy from their community that... → Read More

Nurses Treating Coronavirus Living In Govt Hospital Halls, Sharing Bathrooms In Delhi

While nurses from GTB Hospital and Rajiv Gandhi Super specialty Hospital have reportedly been accommodated in hotels, the nurses treating coronavirus patients at Lok Nayak Hospital face an uncertain future. → Read More

Govt To Decide On Reopening Schools And Colleges On 14 April

The government will review the coronavirus outbreak situation on the day. → Read More

Man Killed In Clash Over Setting Up Of Quarantine Centre In Bengal

The man died from bomb injuries, police said. → Read More

Coronavirus: Shah Rukh Khan Offers His Office For Quarantine Facility

The local municipal body, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), took to social media on Saturday to thank Shah Rukh and Gauri for the help. → Read More

2-Min Phone Calls To Family For Jailed Bhima Koregaon Activists

The national lockdown enforced due to the coronavirus outbreak has prevented the families from meeting the imprisoned activists. → Read More

ICMR's Coronavirus Study Too Small To Rule Out Community Spread: Govt Task Force Expert

Dr Girdhar Gyani on why the lockdown matters and the need to act like we are in ‘Stage 3’ already. → Read More

Coronavirus: Docs In Govt Hospitals Say They Are ‘Grossly Unequipped’

‘When the spike in patients finally happens, we won’t have the equipment to protect ourselves’ → Read More

Indians Living In Coronavirus-Hit Italy Have A Warning For Their Country

They also have some tips to survive self-quarantine and lockdown → Read More

Kiara Advani’s ‘Guilty’ Is Proof That Bollywood Really Didn’t Get #MeToo

The caricaturish characters in 'Guilty' (worsened by superlative bad acting) make a story about assault, also, caricaturish. And that felt pretty wrong. → Read More

Review: ‘Thappad’ Is A Slap On The Face Of Nonsense Like ‘Kabir Singh’

This Taapsee Pannu film, directed by Anubhav Sinha, is a lesson in recognising women as humans, for those who can’t → Read More