Your browser does not support JavaScript or it may be disabled!
rediff.com
 India As It Happens
Rediff Labs will showcase innovative products that rediff is working on behind the scenes.
News   |   Images
NEWS ON MOBILE
Get Realtime News
on your webpage

About 8 results for "mitali saran"

Gosh! I've discovered online shopping :)

'If you're going to tell me what a lame fossil I am, save it,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com My generation regularly left home to go to shops to buy things even after the advent of the Internet and smartphones -- which, for a long time, we did not even have. We lived for decades in these horrific conditions, like primitive amoebae scrabbling about in the mud. But let us not dwell on sad things.   The good thing is that, as the generation that went from booking ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

1 images for "mitali saran"

Business Standard, 6 days ago
Rediff.com

Indian democracy is in the fight of its life

'And if you think this is alarmist nonsense, you are helping it happen,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Tuesday, September 5, was a terrible, difficult night, when news broke that outspoken Kannadiga journalist Gauri Lankesh had been murdered in Bengaluru. Lankesh was not in a conflict zone, or a riot, or a hostage crisis, or in any of the other dangerous situations that journalists often encounter. She was doing what working people do -- coming home in the evening, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Rediff.com

Why India needs a viable Opposition

Voters deserve one. Democracy requires one. We need an alternative that people want, not just an anti-vote, says Mitali Saran.   In the merry storm of democracy, political winners and losers trade places constantly by design. It's such a busy two-way street that it's creepy when traffic suddenly goes one way.  Seeing the country one-sidedly in the Bharatiya Janata Party hands makes you miss the annoying days of coalition politics, not so long ago, when decision-making was fraught, but ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Rediff.com

Does anyone care what air Delhi breathes?

'The greatest danger is that the current crisis will clear a little, we'll be able to see our hands in front of our faces, and with great relief we'll forget all about it and willingly breathe poison until next November', says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Wow, Delhi, isn't this air unbelievable? I'm not sure if I don't believe it more or less than I didn't believe it last year when exactly the same thing happened and we all walked around going, 'Isn't this air ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
Rediff.com

No chemo, she said

'It takes massive courage and clarity to choose quality over time.''It's not that Annie never doubted her choice -- she wavered occasionally.''But she went with her instincts, and retained control of her life and scripted her own best possible death,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com In January this year, my friend Annie began a sentence with: "When you write the cancer column..." "You won't mind if I do?" I asked. "Of course not," she said. "Besides, I'll be dead and ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
Rediff.com

#MeToo: Indian men don't see sexism as a huge problem

'I see liberal men shocked at the flood of #MeToo on their timelines, men who rail against these terrible things, but who haven't had the slightest idea how many of their friends and family have suffered under their noses, nor how much,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com When Nirbhaya was dying in a Delhi hospital in 2012, India saw huge, anguished citizens' protests. A rattled United Progressive Alliance administration clamped down on the protests. Many people didn't see ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Bringing Modi's working style home

'I would like to extend a heartfelt mea culpa to Mr Modi and his associates.''I'm sorry for having been so critical -- I didn't know, I didn't know...' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com My new home is in a tucked away pocket of the city, so easy to get to that nobody can find it. I invariably send elaborate directions; my friends invariably ignore them; everyone invariably staggers in an hour late with mud-streaked clothes and twigs sticking out of their hair, swearing.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Rediff.com

Something fishy about the kettle

'All my life I've walked into hotel rooms and headed straight to the tea tray to make myself cup after relaxing cup of tea in that kettle, never once considering that somebody may have boiled their undies in it,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh This week I bring you an important public service announcement: You know the handy electric kettle in your hotel room, the one placed on the tea and coffee tray? Well, according to a report in The Independent, some guests may have boiled ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Personalize your Realtimeclose [x]
Add content to your personalized tab - My News
Add upto 6 topics of your interest:
for eg.2g Scam , World
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Personalize the tabs display. ( You can add or remove the tabs )
AlertsGet updates on latest news & your favourite topics right in your inbox.Set an Alert|Manage your Alerts

Get

Realtime News

on your Webpage

Add Widget >Get your members hooked!
    
Alerts
Get updated on latest news & your favorite topics right in your inbox!
 
More     Less