How Bengaluru comedian Danish Sait became the voice of the lockdown

New Delhi, May 19 -- In his viral 'lockdown conversations' videos, in which he seems to effortlessly channel all our lockdown obsessions and frustrations, comedian Danish Sait uses wildly inappropriat... Read More

Brave new work

New Delhi, May 16 -- When we all left our offices sometime in mid- or late March, hastily picking up laptops, books, and plants and nodding farewells, we probably didn't realize that we would never re... Read More

Here's how you can beat that Zoom fatigue

New Delhi, May 8 -- With the easing of the lockdown in several cities, people are starting to trickle back into offices, but in much smaller numbers, which means one aspect of our lives that has becom... Read More

Lockdown 3.0: Why RWAs and residents are fighting over domestic workers

New Delhi, May 5 -- For 50-year-old Vijayamma, the national lockdown has been a difficult time. She works as part-time domestic help for two families in a gated residential complex in the Sarjapur Roa... Read More

Why I don't get the fuss about mangoes

New Delhi, May 4 -- Like the writer of our cover story last weekend, I was suddenly forced to pay attention to mangoes one morning last week by an illustrated guide to Indian mango varieties doing the... Read More

The 'nameless, faceless' group giving you covid-19 updates in India

New Delhi, April 23 -- The Twitter handle @covid19indiaorg has 84,000 followers. As Twitter follower counts go, this isn't by itself a remarkable number-many minor celebrities have more-but when you c... Read More