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About 16 results for "mitali saran"

Mitali Saran: Come September

If I draw an analogy between stage of life and one year, my early 40s correspond roughly to the beginning of July, or maybe the end, since I used to smoke. But then I look around and see friends and family beginning to deal with having to care for ... Sify, 2 days ago

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Mitali Saran: Ebola - think global, act local

It stands to reason that Hollywood has, from its sanitised, vaccinated, over-medicated seat in America, relegated horrifying illness to the realm of (typically B-grade) fiction. Its wily, culturally colonising ways have infected the rest of the relatively ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Mitali Saran: Back to school

A poor education is boring in a dinner companion. In a parent it is unfortunate. It can make your eyes bleed in a clerk who can find four different ways to misspell your name. It is chilling in a notary whom you catch entering the number of a visa ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Mitali Saran: Waiter, there's 153 µg/m3 in my pea-souper

If you don't have the strong sense that the world has gone mad, please pass whatever you're smoking. It's not just vials of smallpox virus forgotten in an old fridge; or a man appointed to the Indian Council of Historical Research who believes that ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Mitali Saran: The flat earth society of sex education

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 Business Standard India1 month ago
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Mitali Saran: A man-on-man fantasy

live in what is essentially a terrorist state. They are the targets in terrorism daily conducted by Indian men against women, and against other men. Like all chronic, low-intensity conflicts, this one just can't catch a break getting any attention, until some ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Mitali Saran: Come September

nobody knows a thing about mortality, nobody has a single good answer or any good guidance to offer at all, and the greatest fraud every generation perpetrates upon the next is to let younger people think (as they are naturally wont to do) that the elders are ...
 Business Standard2 days ago

Four years later

I recently reviewed a four-year-old book, on the grounds that I only just got around to reading it. These grounds might have a light whiff of 'wtf', but at the time four years didn't seem like a big deal, though when I thought about it later I ...
 Sify1 week ago

Gujarat government violates the rights of children

Fr Cedric Prakash Ahmedabad: The Gujarat Government has done it again! That it does so, is on expected lines; but that it is doing so, by throwing all caution and Constitutional propriety to the wind, should be a cause of great concern to every ...
 UCAN India1 week ago

Trashing the house

The excellent thing about a family reunion, when the youngest of you is middle-aged, is that when it's over you can heave an audible sigh of relief, and nobody will be offended. They won't actually hear you over their own audible sighs of relief.
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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