Bottle Notes | Life in my Paint Brush

Painting and drawing was in my blood very early in life I guess, but never ever imagined that I would paint well enough to reach a cover page. Well, one of my paintings sure did Continue reading...

As an Indian Man, I’m Sorry

Every day I come back to the hostel room and dive into the world of social media. Every day, there’s only one thing that remains constant. How an Indian woman’s daily chores include a case Continue reading...

Crabs in a Bucket | Misogyny: Flip Side

Crabs in a Bucket is a cover story run by the Editorial Team of The Spokesmen.in this article is the second edition, click here to read the first article: Crabs in a Bucket | First Continue reading...

My Take | A Turn of Taste

I like to meet new people. Every time I meet someone new, I get to learn something different that I did not know about. It might be about a new ideology, a new culture, a Continue reading...

Cover Story | Crabs in a Bucket

In the contemporary world, the term ‘feminism’ and the phrase ‘male bashing’ have become somewhat synonymous, predicated on the fact that the cause for all the woes of female-kind, are due to the patriarchy that Continue reading...

Protect Us: Children of Incarcerated Parents

“I’ve learned that regardless of your relationship with your parents, you’ll miss them when they’re gone from your life.” ― Maya Angelou The relationship between a child and his parents is akin to a tree, Continue reading...

Musings | A Shamble of Emotions

I feel so much that I no longer know what to write. I have conversations in my head all day long. In those conversations, I list out things in my head that I want to Continue reading...

Open Letter | Jet Airways 9W 2374 Pilot Writes About the Incident in Goa

Aviation is a strange profession. I love it to death, but the strange part is that if I meet my end in my line of work, it’s most likely that I’ll be blamed. I’ll be Continue reading...