Tag: Delhi

  • For Anonymous

    That girl, the one without the name. The one just like us. The one whose battered body stood for all the anonymous women in this country whose rapes and deaths are a footnote in the left-hand column of the newspaper. Sometimes, when we talk about the history of women in India, we speak in shorthand. […]

  • Writers, October: Aravind Adiga

    From ‘City of The White Tiger’, carried in Live Mint: The white tiger was locked up in the heart of the city, like the biggest secret in Delhi: like an Iqbal poem behind black bars. And the secret that the white tiger knew was this: Beauty is freedom. All through south Delhi runs a red […]