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Horn “NOT” Okay. Please.

Driving lessons in India, in order of importance: Handle the steering Learn the Gears- first, second and directly fifth Give the accelerator, with full force HONK, aimlessly Apply brakes, only in emergencies Get a driving license, Registration papers (can be fake too) Knowing the traffic symbols and rules.

The Great Indian Online Bazaar

Nidhi Shah in Lifestyle

The Great Indian Online Bazaar

A few days back a friend offered me discount coupons worth a decent amount. Out of curiosity I asked the reason for his generosity, and...

On Domestic Violence

Bhaswati Bora in Society

On Domestic Violence

In the course of 21 centuries of modern human civilization, the world has seen a lot. From astronomy to biology, from literature to theatre ...

Band, Bajaa, Baraat & Business

Nidhi Shah in Society

Band, Bajaa, Baraat & Business

Marriages are made in heaven and glamorized in Karan Johar's movies. Thanks to Hindi cinema we have come a long way designing and customizing our...

Why Won't You Help Me? Part 2

Palak Uppal in Society

Why Won't You Help Me? Part 2

We love to imagine ourselves in the role of a hero but it is difficult to change the feeling into actually doing. It is very...

To Give Or Not To Give

Palak Uppal in Society

To Give Or Not To Give

A question that has been bugging me for years is whether or not I should give money to the beggars. Most of the time we...

What Went Wrong

Kalika Sood in Society

What Went Wrong

At the turn of the century in 2001, British economist Jim O'Neal coined the BRIC moniker. It referred to Brazil, Russia, India and China. Later...

Reasons To Be Happy...Or Not.

Salonie Chawla

In the past few days, there have been many reasons to cheer for us. Firstly, the rupee has started hovering around the figure 63 after months of stressed economic days. And, I thought that we were better off at 52 INR per US dollar a few months ago! Reason number two, the sale in the percentage of cars in August has risen to 15 %, whoa! Since I am the common man who can't afford a...

Shuddh Desi Romance

Gouri Chugh

If you grew up on QSQT, Dil and Dil hai ki manta nahi (all Amir Khan movies incidentally), when lovers used to elope to be with each other, you might find Shuddh Desi Romance slightly over the top. It symbolises today's generation that is unsure, spoilt for choices, petrified of marital commitments, always willing to explore, falls in and out of love in a five minute conversation or with a sip of an aerated drink...