When things fall apart: Tauba tera jalwa, Tauba tera pyar, Tera emosanal attyachaar

We are all a gooey sack of emotions. Apparently, people that don't express their emotions tend to be very emotional on the inside. And we can all agree those that are emo all the time tend to be very annoying, on the outside. This makes understanding emotions and people that display them insanely complex. Over … Continue reading When things fall apart: Tauba tera jalwa, Tauba tera pyar, Tera emosanal attyachaar

How to Save The World

In 1961, inside one of the basements of an Ivy League University, something horrific was taking place. Innocent people were being electrocuted to death. There was no discernible motivation behind the crime. Not vendetta. Not capital punishment. Not even the general psychopathic rage that comes with academic rigor. Fully functional and sensitive human beings were … Continue reading How to Save The World

Beyond Millennials: One generation’s awkward rise to tech dominance

Every generation loses its beans over the state of the next generation. I thought I was one to never indulge in such inane concerns until last week, I heard a five-year-old kid bleat on about the speed of the internet. Although her generation has some time to go before they turn into world disappointments, I am proud … Continue reading Beyond Millennials: One generation’s awkward rise to tech dominance

Art, Food, Love, & Friendship: Hacking the Education system

The school I went to was a four-storey concentration camp inside which teachers were free to slap you, cane you on the knuckles, and make you kneel down on the cold floor with your hands up, with someone spotting you to ensure your hands went up perfectly straight failing which you could expect objects such … Continue reading Art, Food, Love, & Friendship: Hacking the Education system