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  • From Highway to Hell

    A book with a plot that cleverly weaves in emotions as the narration digresses from the usual fare of bloodthirsty violence.
  • The Other: Part Three

    Female artists were given the illusion of freedom of expression but in actuality were socially restricted to painting the domestic lifestyle.
  • City of Blinding Truths

    Mumbai teaches you ignorance, regardless of whether you live in the tallest luxury tower or a tent on the sidewalk.
  • From Blogger to Writer

    There is nothing wrong with being an academician. But writing was what I was meant for. Right?
  • Rehab for Lovers

    Wong Kar-wai's movies are all about people who are in limbo, waiting for the real story of their lives to begin.
  • I Get by with a Little Help…

    How do you make friends when you're living alone in a strange, big city?
  • Unreelistic Expectations

    We all know that violence in films desensitises people to violence in real life, but what about romantic comedies?
  • Space

    1.027 billion people, living in 0.3 foot crammed spaces, longing for personal space.
  • Artless in India

    It’s easier to understand time when so much of it seems to stagnate, churn, curdle, and recycle in front of you.
  • Staccato on the Streets

    Perhaps, this summer is going to be one of self-re-discovery. Perhaps, I could love the city after all.
  • Citydog

    What is it about white picket fences that gives us a false sense of security?
  • Let’s Slutwalk

    Women are heading countries and scaling Mt. Everest, but apparently they still can’t decide what to wear.

The Tap #18

By Ramya Sriram