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Mitali Saran: Unsent letters

Mad at Pakistan? Writing it down helps cool the brain Business Standard, 4 days ago
Mitali Saran: The extempore has no clothes Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
Mitali Saran: 5 rings to bind them all Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Business Standard, 4 months ago

What Dana Majhi's ordeal tells you about India

Dana Majhi's walk home is a shrivelling indictment of our humanity and of our priorities, says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/   A tribal man in Odisha started walking from a hospital, where his wife had died, towards their village 60-odd km away, carrying her corpse on his shoulders. This wasn't their tribal custom. It wasn't a protest. He wasn't making a point. He simply had no other way of bringing the body home. He didn't have the wherewithal to negotiate with the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Mitali Saran: House of horrors  Business Standard1 month ago

Mitali Saran: Row, row, row your boat

Because the crew isn't going to
 Business Standard1 week ago

Mitali Saran: The beat of your own drums

Or, why homeless musicians are a thing
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Mitali Saran: Until the cows come home  Business Standard1 month ago

Mitali Saran: Silver anniversary reunion

This is certainly a nice school I apparently went to
 Business Standard2 months ago

Mitali Saran: Aliens at home

The trust deficit in Kashmir comes from the empathy deficit
 Business Standard2 months ago

Mitali Saran: Gorillas in the mist

Tracking mountain gorillas in Rwanda is worth every nettle sting
 Business Standard2 months ago
New Indian Express

Not only about physical sex: Giving erotica its due

Cyrus Mistry New Delhi Title: The Pleasure Principle - The Amaryllis Book of Erotic Stories; Editor: G. Sampath Kumar; Publisher: Amaryllis; Pages: 244; Price: Rs 350 Modern Indians have a curious relation with erotica, despite being from a ...
 ProKerala.com4 weeks ago

The Indians who made us proudest in Rio are all women

'Sakshi Malik's medal is her individual and singular accomplishment.''So is P V Sindhu's badminton medal.''So is Dipa Karmakar's loss-by-a-whisker.''So is the surprise that is 18-year-old golfer Aditi Ashok,' says Mitali Saran. IMAGE: The Magnificent P V Sindhu, Olympic Silver Medalist! Photograph: Atul Yadav/PTI In boarding school, a friend of mine sneered that the most active thing he'd ever seen me do was sneeze. It's true that I spent most of our games periods hiding behind a curtain in my ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Will gau rakshaks inspire a cultural revolution?

'The viral video from Una aroused something that Hindu chauvinists and cow-botherers never take into account: Numbers,' says Mitali Saran. Indian society has an absurdly high tolerance for suffering -- one's own suffering, as much as that of others -- and our tolerance for casteism is Exhibit A. It must require a mind-bending fatalism to accept imposed deprivation, hardship, and humiliation as your lot, for thousands of years. It also requires dehumanising emotional callouses to violently ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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