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#Throwback, Debangshu Moulik, Shreya Ila Anasuya

Travel Back To The ’90s With This Nostalgia-Inducing Twitter Account

Text by Shreya Ila Anasuya. Illustration by Debangshu Moulik

In an interaction with Verve, the anonymous owner of the Twitter account @memorable_90s explains why he wants to revive his childhood memories, and how like-minded millennials are eagerly participating in this project
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Columns, Crazy Rich Asians, Cultural Divide, Featured, Musings, Navya Mehrotra, Singapore

Singapore’s Great Divide

Text by Navya Mehrotra

The recent hit film Crazy Rich Asians has thrown the spotlight on Singapore’s most divisive fault line — class. Verve ruminates on this after a chance conversation with a taxi driver in the island state
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Priya Sivakumar
January 15, 2019

Why You Need To Reboot Your Body

Text by Priya Mirchandani. Illustration by Neethi

Listening constantly to devices that communicate with beeps or pings, we tend to ignore the silent messages that our bodies send us. Verve emphasises the importance of reconnecting with nature to recoup our natural rhythm
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Madhu Jain, Capital Comment
January 08, 2019

How We Interpret Books Differently As We Age

Text by Madhu Jain. Illustration by Dhruv Tyagi

Madhu Jain reminisces about the books that she grew up with and discovers that the passage of time sometimes changes their understanding and impact....
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Shals Mahajan, #Wetoo

Does #MeToo have room for stories other than those of privileged, cisgender(1) women? Shals Mahajan addresses the importance of validating the experiences of the LGBTIKHQA+(2) and other marginalised communities, taking us through the interstitial spaces in India’s patriarchal structure to understand how we can make the movement more inclusive
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Rutuja Shinde, #MeToo movement

Mumbai-based lawyer Rutuja Shinde was one of the first to offer free legal representation to women who suffered sexual harassment in the workplace. She writes about India’s existing laws regarding such cases, their loopholes, and the action needed to take the #MeToo movement offline
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