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Tongue-in-cheek comments
Cut the khap

Cut the khap

Kim Arora | July 20, 2013
Dressed in jeans? Feasting on chowmein? A Twitter parody of a disapproving khap panchayat is ready with a rap on the knuckle that makes you chuckle.
Circle of safety

Circle of safety

Kim Arora | April 27, 2013
Apps that send alerts to selected contacts during an emergency gains popularity after Delhi rape.
Commercial benefit
The online loyalist club

The online loyalist club

Kim Arora | April 27, 2013
They handle mobilisation for parties on internet for ideological reasons. What drives these men, women?
Dark Side
Survival scars

Survival scars

Kim Arora | April 20, 2013
Bihar-based Chanchal Paswan is among the growing number of women scarred by acid attacks across India.
Wiki Women
World wide wiki women’s web dot com

World wide wiki women’s web dot com

Kim Arora | March 23, 2013
Wikipedia is good, but there just aren't enough Indian women present on it.
Modesty Blaze
To hell with modesty

To hell with modesty

Kim Arora | January 19, 2013
The vocabulary of sexual assault framed in the 19th century still persists in the IPC.
You can turn on healthy genes, turn off unhealthy ones

You can turn on healthy genes, turn off unhealthy ones

Kim Arora | December 8, 2012
Deepak is known for theories that marry quantum mechanics with the healing of mind, body & spirit.
Dateline: Kunaura

Dateline: Kunaura

Kim Arora | December 8, 2012
Rural UP now has a smart weekly newspaper of its own, Gaon Connection.
Street to suits

Street to suits

Kim Arora | October 27, 2012
South African graffiti artist Falko, who was recently in India, on how graffiti is moving from the back alley to the boardroom.
Macau? You betcha

Macau? You betcha

Kim Arora | September 29, 2012
Craps and chips dominate your day and night in Macau, where money talks loudly.
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