'This week I was traveling from Goa—and a fellow-traveler asked me if she can use mine...' Smita Nair, a journalist, recounts an incident to tell how...read full story
How India’s legal framework governs people’s right to love and live
Love is a responsibility that matures you, and if you are in love, you cherish the greying.
Though there has been a sobering effect on khap panchayats in recent years, killings in the name of honour continue in India
The bogey of ‘love jihad’ deliberately ignores the ways of the heart and imposes a spurious narrative of civilisational conflict
Everything that we do as an act of love might be tinged in various colours, but the base note is imbued in white.
They say the violin mimics the human sound. In his case, it was that of love, of longing. He didn’t know any other way of loving.
Indian women are pushing back against social narratives to be single and live life on their own terms
Decoupling is a 21st century idea whose time has come. But for it to work, a lot of social, psychological, economic and judicial...
Songs of Habba Khatun—last queen of Kashmir—still echo in the Valley
A poem by Huzaifa Pandit who teaches literature at the Islamic University of Science and Technology, Kashmir
Rani’s palace of dreams is gone. But next to her tent is a small hill. On it are a few idols of gods and goddesses. Lord Krishna...
Bollywood’s tryst with romantic love has oscillated between the sublime and the ridiculous.
The past is being erased. And the present reshaped. Can Delhi survive the spear through its heart?
The ‘auctioning’ of Muslim women is a symptom of the cancer that is crippling India
To be a college student in love in a small town presented its own set of problems. Not the least of all is the sheer lack of any...