Articles by Nishtha Gautam
Saudi Arabia is warming up to the notions of choice and AlUla can be called its social laboratory
Becoming a global soul involves privilege, planning, providence, and Pico Iyer’s brand of curiosity.
Why should Nikki Haley not be the next President of the United States?
Jews know the pain of losing a home. Jews know what it is like to never be able to return to one
Chandler of Friends, like Matthew Perry, turned vulnerability into virtue. Emotional detachment, we learned from him, is an impoverished state of being.
Israeli-Palestinian conflict perpetuates stereotypes and harms women
People like Ramaswamy have the ability to sow seeds of self-doubt in those who don’t strictly live by a party constitution.
Marriage is becoming less important for politicians, but is still used for political gain. Legislators are debating same-sex marriage based on electoral gains
The new Pasoori song is a Bollywood adaptation of an indie song and is being criticized for its lack of creativity and dilution of original art.
Studies reveal that mothers participate more in talking about sexual issues than fathers, and it may be true in India, too. But we need fathers. Where are they?
Beyond the buzz, what is the viral Kya Karie Korimol song all about?
For a country where the hijab debate is still raging and where girls’ choice of attire on metro trains is a matter of agitated discussions, clothes matter
Updated on May 03, 2023 07:35 PM IST
Food always becomes an important issue before each general election. This time around food has VVIP status, thanks to the passage of the food security Bill (FSB). Nishtha Gautam writes.
Updated on Nov 06, 2013 12:56 AM IST
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Nishtha Gautam Sapper Shanti Tigga's tragic death after her alleged abduction has sent shock waves across the country. Outperforming her male counterparts in physical tests, Tigga had become the first woman to join the Indian military as a jawan by being a part of the 969 Railway Engineer
Updated on Jun 07, 2013 10:45 PM IST