Society
A Winter’s Malady
Society Magazine January 30, 2017
The ‘Blues’
The cold breath of seasonal affective disorder stalls lives. Diagnosis, self-help and light help.
The World In A Bhetki Paturi
Society Magazine January 23, 2017
Food
There will never be a clear settlement to the age-old arguments about Dhakai and Calcutta cuisines. But Kasturi certainly holds its own in the heart of Calcutta...
How To Die In A Protein Bomb Blast
Society Magazine January 09, 2017
Misery Capsules
It’s a $2-billion industry on testosterone. But dietary supplements can be extremely hazardous for you.
Fidelity Isn’t Boring Any Longer
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Partnership
Modern couples are more aware of the impermanence of marriage in India’s transitioning culture. Yet, monogamy is not out of style, writes Smita Deshmukh
Trekking Through The Glass Ceiling
Society Magazine December 19, 2016
Lonely Road
Meet some of the women who have taken to ­travelling solo across the Indian landscape
Quinoa Tikkis, Wattalapam...
Society Magazine December 12, 2016
Food
Cafe Mercara Express at ITC Chola has one mantra: 'Carefully selected. Mindfully prepared.'
Top-Down And All Around
Society Magazine December 05, 2016
Medicine
After afflicting the urban population, diabetes is spreading tentacles in rural India
Peeping Toms On The Prowl In ‘Locker Rooms’
Society Magazine November 28, 2016
Cyber Ethics
Blackmail, bullying, shaming and ogling—all part of the cyber world that is increasingly our public space
Our Own Private Babels And The Future of Knowledge
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Internet
Every internet user has become a 'Modern Major General'--and if we shouldn't find each other ludicrous, it's because we are all dressed in patchwork uniforms of information
Playing Hide & Seek With Life
Society Magazine October 31, 2016
Cancer
There are new ways to depose the emperor of maladies
A Winter’s Malady
Society Magazine January 30, 2017
The cold breath of seasonal affective disorder stalls lives. Diagnosis, self-help and light help.
The World In A Bhetki Paturi
Society Magazine January 23, 2017
There will never be a clear settlement to the age-old arguments about Dhakai and Calcutta cuisines. But Kasturi certainly holds its own in the heart of Calcutta...
A Flame Beneath The  Ground
Society Magazine January 23, 2017
Burying the dead is a Hindu tradition too—surely in south India. Jaya’s burial ritual sparks fresh discussion.
How To Die In A Protein Bomb Blast
Society Magazine January 09, 2017
It’s a $2-billion industry on testosterone. But dietary supplements can be extremely hazardous for you.
Fidelity Isn’t Boring Any Longer
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Modern couples are more aware of the impermanence of marriage in India’s transitioning culture. Yet, monogamy is not out of style, writes Smita Deshmukh
Nimble Feet And Open Hearts
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
On a detour from the straight and narrow, Stuti Agarwal enters a realm of endless ­possibilities opened up by asking one question: can we love more than one person at a time?
Bhabhis Offer The Sweetest Fantasy Fruit
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Did Savita Bhabhi stand for a common fetish in Indian men: a sexual liaison with older women, wonders Devanik Saha
What Women Want: An Open Online Closet Of Sex Toys
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Sreemoyee Piu Kundu on how online shopping has opened up a world of sex and erotica products to Indian women
“Oh, But You Were Born A Man, What Will I Tell My Parents?”
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Apsara Reddy thinks there’s no real place in the heart of a man for a transgender woman
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Kinky sex isn’t new in the land of Kama Sutra. Typically, BDSM challenges gender stereotypes. Here, consent is given proactively. Its power lies in our ability to withdraw it, says Jaya Sharma
Eroticisms Of The Sex-Less Life
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Celibacy is couched in deep lord-love, scriptural fear-mongering or worn as a badge in a goal-driven life. Amrita Narayanan writes on the ways of ascetic and power celibacy.
Sexlessness Is Therapeutic
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Celibacy needn’t be the kind the Mahatma took at age 38. Temporary abstention, too, can help you emerge as a more capable person, says Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan
The Boy’s Caste: An Arranged Gay Marriage
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
When Harish Iyer thought of invading the heteronormative domain of ­marriage, little did he know it could involve being panned for casteism
Our Playlist Morphs Into Khajuraho It’s Sanskari
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
The digital age has held up a salad bowl of the sexual. Paromita Vohra looks at the polyphonic eco-system of desire and custom of young, ‘liberated’ Indians.
Adultery Among Women: The State Of Affairs
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Married women are the new ‘infidels’. Far from feeling guilty, they thrive on the secret attraction, writes Priya Pathiyan.
‘Erotic Pleasure Transcends Both Inhibition And Hedonism’
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Psychoanalyst Sudhir Kakar on sexuality and intimate relations in modern India...
Alpha Male In A Pussy Riot
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
If society is the sum of its contraries, can BDSM coexist with khap?
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
A lashing of the unclothed female form in all its dramatic warmth
The Dirty Indian Male
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Without rape, Indian machismo is incomplete. It seeks security and upholds honour through ­violence on the other, argues Shiv Visvanathan.
Who Seeks The Lamb’s Consent?
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Sreemoyee Piu Kundu recounts a wife’s tale of matrimonial horror
A Tinder For The Love Arson
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
Loneliness despite high-speed ‘hook ups’. Is love’s labour lost in the digital age, asks Shyam Bhat
Escort To Libido Land
Society Magazine January 02, 2017
What does buying sex do to men? And what about women’s fantasies of freedom? Nishtha Gautam traces the contours of ‘prostitution by choice’
Trekking Through The Glass Ceiling
Society Magazine December 19, 2016
Meet some of the women who have taken to ­travelling solo across the Indian landscape
Cho Be It. Exeunt.
Society Magazine December 19, 2016
My friend offered no sage advice to Jayalalitha, at best was her messenger
Quinoa Tikkis, Wattalapam...
Society Magazine December 12, 2016
Cafe Mercara Express at ITC Chola has one mantra: 'Carefully selected. Mindfully prepared.'
Dravidian Century: A Paradox
Society Magazine December 12, 2016
Why did the greatest movement of the south fail to redeem its emancipatory promise?
Footprints Of The Original ‘Anti-Nationals’
Society Magazine December 12, 2016
The Non-Brahmin Manifesto attacked injustice; the Justice Party sought a remedy by the earliest adoption of reservation and secularisation by law.
Society Magazine December 12, 2016
This is also the bicentennial of the event that made the Dravidian identity possible: the publishing of proof, in 1816, that this was a distinct language family
‘History Was Not Driven By One Zone’
Society Magazine December 12, 2016
The centrality of Tamil culture within the Dravidian space may have been an error of the imagination.Even history reflected chauvinistic trends...
The Inner Grammar Of Dissent Lives
Society Magazine December 12, 2016
A century failed to give us any Dalit Tamil CM, sustain a single Dalit ­academic institution, or bring Dalit castes into the Dravidian fold
Top-Down And All Around
Society Magazine December 05, 2016
After afflicting the urban population, diabetes is spreading tentacles in rural India
Society Magazine December 05, 2016
Charles Taylor’s philosophy speaks to the conditions of the modern world...in a common language. And it’s deeply plural, in an Indian way.
Peeping Toms On The Prowl In ‘Locker Rooms’
Society Magazine November 28, 2016
Blackmail, bullying, shaming and ogling—all part of the cyber world that is increasingly our public space
Our Own Private Babels And The Future of Knowledge
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Every internet user has become a 'Modern Major General'--and if we shouldn't find each other ludicrous, it's because we are all dressed in patchwork uniforms of information
Teotwawki: Okay If We Confirm That Tomorrow?
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
What if the science of prediction is a fictive process and nothing more? Is the future, then, even if loosely knowable, specifically unpredictable?
God Is Not A Khomeini
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
All that Islam needs for an inclusive, humane future is present in its own resources—scriptural and modern
An Infinity Of Questions
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
The more we endeavour with science, the more we realise we do not know
Harappa On My Plate
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
When the Anthropocene winter does come, what will it do to our food?
Going To Xa'Nadu
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Excerpts from a conversation between five diverse voices—architect Raj Rewal, activist Bezwada Wilson, conservationist A.G.K. Menon, poet-linguist Rukmini Bhaya Nair and artist-photographer Dayanita Singh
Flip A Screen, Skip An Entire Generation
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Books were once engaged in with lusty physicality. Now, a tablet’s cool glow gives quiet satisfaction.
Dystopia’s Online. And It Will Not Die.
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
It’s the season of predictions, so let’s be audacious: Twitter will be the human race’s #pathtosurvival
Making You, In Your Own Image
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Narcissism is everywhere. Leave the selfie alone.
Quo Vadis Earth?
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Is the planet itself being changed by humans? All other futures are entailed in this one.
Post-Geography Of Modern Friendship
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Confession: I took a Facebook daily-fix break before writing this. Pl like and share!
The Devilish Little Game Changers
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Siddhartha Mishra on Pokemon mania, a gateway to VR revolution
Tours And Travels
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Bibek Bhattacharya takes a look at five unique apps that cover all your wandering and vacationing needs
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Stuti Agarwal on the ephemeral Snapchat
Love Me Tinder!
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Dating apps foster relationships with no strings attached
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Skype keeps the flame alive across 500 miles or more
Picture Perfect Interactions
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Stuti Agarwal on the Instagram experience
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
LinkedIn connects job-seekers and providers
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Wikipedia stores all the free-flowing information we need
Yes, Get That Leg Up
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Forget sloth! Fitness apps are here to exorcise the lazy monster in you
Faster Than Truth
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
WhatsApp did what Facebook couldn’t—it reached most of our tier-III towns and villages alongwith internet and smartphone
Eagles Swoop Down On Tablets
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Apps serving up law are already active; many new ideas await developers
Download Syndrome
Society Magazine November 07, 2016
Choice has shrunk for virtual Jack Sparrows—alas, writes Martand Badoni. Then there’s Netflix.
Playing Hide & Seek With Life
Society Magazine October 31, 2016
There are new ways to depose the emperor of maladies
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