"I normally don’t like men who have 'Prince', 'Queen', and 'Bow Bee' in their names. Mallus and a certain Parsi aside. This one, though, is a different banana. This is personal. This is a rite of passage for a left-wing migrant from Kolkata." #RIPPrince
Pratyusha Banerjee is just one of the many people who kill themselves every day in this ruthless city. Often, what stands between #suicide and the safe side is just a phone call - an assurance that someone is listening. #Arre meets the man who helps Mumbai stay alive. http://www.arre.co.in/people/6783/
With lead actors now turning into snakes and flies, saas-bahu serials have made the definitive leap into Nat Geo territory, leaving the "cool" shows on Netflix far behind. The logic-defying CGI in #SasuralSimarKa and #Naagin are redefining entertainment which explains why people who pay for Netflix are starting to feel a little short-snaked. Hey, Netflix, this is how you woo India.
Perfume baron turned politician turned godman, Badruddin Ajmal is the man who famously asked, "Who is Tarun Gogoi?" In these 10 years the cheering crowd aided his meteoric rise but now the voices are silent. This election, many say will mark his fall.
As developments at #JNU take a more sinister turn, Karanjeet Kaur recalls talking to a soft-spoken young cab driver who watched from the sidelines as the sedition saga played out. People like young Safdar may not know the meaning of the word sedition, but know that they no longer feel welcome in this country.
On #WorldHealthDay, Damian A D'souza who hates salad almost as much as he hates people who like Coldplay, tells us why it's wiser to grab a BLT on rye for lunch today. http://www.arre.co.in/gastronomy/bacon-and-the-big-c/
For people who have been born and raised in Uttarakhand, #forestfires have always been something associated with the advent of summer. It is the season of deep red kaafal berries, succulent yellow hisaalu, and ever-increasing tourists. However, this year something was different, says a writer from his home in Nainital.