Author

Yogita Dakshina

“I MUST GROW, SO I KNOW WHAT BEST I CAN DO IN MY POSITION”
I am not a fan of stories which indulge in what women in power wear. While I am in the chamber of Shailaja Teacher though, I realise no one around me does either. She is the Minister for the Departments of Health, Social Justice and...
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CAN WE FINALLY ADMIT THAT WE ARE NOT, AND WERE NEVER, OKAY?
I speak from a space of supreme privilege when I say this: this lockdown has been the happiest thing that has happened to me in years. Insensitive? Very. But if you are gramming your post-workout glows, aglio-olio recipes, and jabbering gibberish, every day – it’s...
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GOING SUSTAINABLE A ROAD TO OCCUPYING SPACES THROUGH CLIMATE CRISIS, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND IDENTITIES…
Every time I spend a day working with the powers-to-be on women’s issues, I am reminded of Bappi Lahiri — his incredible talent of putting random circumstantial words to comical music in reality shows, for no relevance to the show or its audiences! That’s all...
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