A quarter of a century now truly seems like something that I can get a grasp of, a moment in time that encompasses almost half of my life as of now.
I went for a morning walk, and saw another side of this pristine beach.
Elizabeth Rogin, 42 years, wife of Rojin and mother to Esther and Raphael, left her physical body behind after a severe COVID infection in May 2021.
In fact, most of the days the sky can be just plain and grey too.
Max and Gillian went through a parent’s worst nightmare, the death of their son Jeremy Fernand. Jeremy was only 19 years when he fell off a running train on the 26th of November 2017. He succumbed to his injuries at Cooper hospital in Mumbai. It was a shock to his parents and to all ofContinue reading “A tribute to Jeremy Fernand”
Yesterday I was invited to an award distribution program. Mother Teresa awards. This year the theme was combating Terrorism through Education. Many erudite, well-educated Muslims including the former President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai, Dr Farooq Abdullah, Syed Ata Husain Lt General, and the mother of a teenager who was killed by terrorists in Dhaka forContinue reading “Do you have to die in the same religion that you were born into?”
Something unusual happened this month in Mumbai that has been the topic of animated discussion and protests by many liberal progressive people all over. On 8 August 2015, around 40 consenting adults who had checked into hotels in Madh Island and the Aksa beach area in Mumbai, were dragged out of their rooms and taken to jailContinue reading “Consenting adults, moral policing and other fables”