I was fascinated with this little shop I passed by on my way home and I was curious about who went there. Did they have any customers? Was there any business at all? Read my story about Rosmos, one of Panjim’s oldest typewriter sales and service shops. And yes, they do have customers.
Overlooked in favour of the beaches, the state’s museums are an uncommon treat. Read a round-up of my favourite museums here.
Although the country has a culture of silence around sex and intimacy, one artist is dedicating herself to depicting to the realities—both joyful and tragic—of the dating app.
Read my story about Tinder’s growing popularity in India and one artist’s documentation of the stories behind this popular dating app.
In a country that has seen 22 assaults on journalists since the beginning of 2016, female journalists are particularly vulnerable to online harassment, abusive phone calls, and death threats. Read more…
What do the blind read for leisure? Upasana Makati couldn’t find a lifestyle magazine for the visually impaired. So she created one of her own. Read about it here on Medium.
I continue my foray into food writing with this round-up for Paste Magazine. Spicy Indian breakfasts without the burn. Enjoy!