(14 AUGUST 2023, BORDERLESS JOURNAL): An essay remembering a time spent in the company swaying palms and whistling groves.
(14 MAY 2023, INDIAN PERIODICAL): The club has brought Hyderabad back on the footballing map after decades in exile, and a lovely system remains in place where we will continue to churn performances out on a regular basis.
(7 MAY 2023, INDIAN PERIODICAL): A penalty shootout is never the appropriate course of action to determine victors at the end of a hard-fought season
(22 FEBRUARY 2023, LIVEWIRE): I combat the heat that buffets me as soon as the train enters the Konkan coast and floats past me as a phantom would. An essay on my backpacking across the western coast of India.
(21 NOVEMBER 2022, LIVEWIRE): An essay on the magnificence and munificence that Pondicherry has to offer, recollected from a solo holiday in the former French East Indies.
(10 SEPTEMBER 2022, THE TIMES OF INDIA): Rock music has held its own over the ages; can it continue doing so in the future as well?
(10 AUGUST 2022, THE TIMES OF INDIA): On how the arrival of the new Premier League season has brought very little cheer for the Red Devils.
(28 JULY 2022, LIVEWIRE): An essay of gratitude for the musician who is a genius at making despair seem like a feeling that is savoured best with a garnish of soul-searching.
(18 APRIL 2022, LIVEWIRE): From reading Seth in school to giving his works a place of pride on my bookshelf, to this very day the writer gets me like no one else does.
(09 APRIL 2022, THE TIMES OF INDIA): An essay on the circumstances that led to two-time winners Italy not qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
(20 FEBRUARY 2022, THE TIMES OF INDIA): What good has organised religion given to the world?
(28 JANUARY 2022, LIVEWIRE): God has been humanised, the idea of a fallible formless entity inundated and the search for the truth lost somewhere in between.
(19 JANUARY 2022, LIVEWIRE): My spirit was being assailed relentlessly, and I could not exist in such a counterfeit world.
(21 DECEMBER 2021, LIVEWIRE): Life has not moved an inch for Calcutta from when the hard-headed empire-builder Warren Hastings took residence in 1772. And yet, a lot has changed.