It’s time to take the second step

The things that seem small and not that significant can actually make a difference. That article someone sent you about the pollution levels in your city right now? That video describing the correct, legal way of segregation you're expected to follow? The poster urging people not to burst fire-crackers, or the campaign about sharing the images of your eco-friendly celebrations? Even just this Facebook post about it all? They all matter. Even if they can change one person's opinion, THEY MATTER.

Transport Tales: On the Bus

Group of ladies On their way to work Or heading out for an afternoon Of fun, who knows? Pay for their tickets Get back their change A smooth transaction "All too familiar," someone sniggers Scattered through the bus Yet unbothered by the distance Calling out to each other Chatting, joking, One of them in splits … Continue reading Transport Tales: On the Bus

Lipstick Under Whose Burkha?

Warning: This review contains spoilers for the Hindi film Lipstick Under My Burkha When India’s Central Board of Film Certification denied certification to Alankrita Shrivastava's ‘Lipstick under My Burkha’ under claims that it is “lady oriented” and concerns “their fantasy above life”, it was clear to most modern Indian women that I know that this was … Continue reading Lipstick Under Whose Burkha?