(This article was published in the Sunday Reading of The Assam Tribune, April 9, 2017) FOR WOMEN, because that is assumed to be their office Notice how there is hardly any advertisement where the man is using the brand of edible oil in the kitchen or nappies for the child? Notice how it is assumed... Continue Reading →

Yesterday Once More

A rainy noon is very misleading. You can think of it as an early morning or evening, and it won’t make a difference. My shoot was over and my eyes were crying for sleep, while the weather played cruel somnolent tricks on me as I waited for her. She had called me to meet up,... Continue Reading →

The Accident

This story actually missed a story contest deadline, so I thought of sharing it here. Besides, there's a lot of talk about mothering, going on about the social network these days.

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