Posts From Opinion Express

Menstruation Stigma Still Prevails

Filmmaker Rhea Mathew tells Ayushi Sharma that her film Stains is an attempt to represent menstruation in a way that it looks ‘normal’ Every country has a different culture and practice surrounding menstruation, the only commonality being the taboos. The

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Leftist’s Left In Shacks

The Left’s failure to catch up with issues emphatically and meaningfully engage with a 21st century India as a stakeholder has damaged it enough The title of the Marxist philosopher Slavoj Zizek’s book, First As Tragedy, Then As Farce (2009),

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BJP’s Policies and Vision

The nation hopes that with this resounding majority and consequent political stability, the Prime Minister will succeed in actualising his own vision and India’s unbound aspirations The BJP was well on its way to emerging as India’s ‘natural party of

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Yogi Ending Caste-Based Politics in UP

Adityanath has emerged alongside Modi and Shah as the third pillar with his overall political wisdom that demolished anti-establishment sentiment and shattered caste-based politics Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, has succeeded in bringing about a significant shift

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The Mass Influencer : Modi

It is true that Jawaharlal Nehru was for his time, a modern person. But he could not convert modernisation into a mass movement as Modi has The return of Mr Narendra Modi with a generous mandate for the second time

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Modern Twist for North Indian Food

Baar Baar’s amalgamation of north Indian food with a modern twist has some hits as well misses, says Chahak Mittal The posh lanes of Khan Market are somewhat akin to a food lover’s paradise. And it is here that I

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Falling in Love with French Cuisine

The authentic food, the French bistro ambience and the endearing service at PAUL make for a perfect meal, says Shambhavi Suri Cooking in the 21st century is often equated with new methods like molecular gastronomy. However, at Paul, they believe

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When Hunger Strikes in

L’Opera Salon presents French Rendezvous, where you can pair a cup of aromatic tea with soft and buttery freshly baked Almond croissants, Chicken and mushroom Vol-au-vent, Raisin brioche, Roast tomato basil and goat cheese Tarte, Croque Monsieur and more. Price:

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Saga of Human Spirit

It’s about a struggle of a woman. How she fights her mental trauma and finally succeeds. Her only reason is to give happiness to her parents as she knows the pain, agony and struggle her parents are going through. The

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Terrorism and Economy Doesn’t Go Hands In Hands

In 2007, Pakistan spiralled downwards amid violence, political polarisation and economic recession. However, some normalcy was restored. Is it heading that way again?   On September 30, 1965, the Communist Party of Indonesia — Parti Komunis Indonesia (PKI) — attempted

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