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Shashi Warrier

Shashi Warrier | JFK, yoga, and intermittent fasting

The shop that supplies most of its contents, incidentally, is the JFP, or Junk Food Paradise

13 Sep 2020 5:52 PM

Shashi Warrier | My first brush with a Madras autowallah

One final instruction relayed from my Madras cousin: Don’t ever take an autorickshaw in madras because the drivers are all cheats!

09 Aug 2020 4:32 PM

Shashi Warrier | Here’s to you, Dr Mary Kuriakose

Doctors and technology have made huge differences to lives, but sometimes, in individual cases, there’s also the matter of luck

12 Jul 2020 6:05 PM

Shashi Warrier | Principle of politics: Know your enemy

The ideology fellows say that society or countries or whatever must follow such-and-such rules to achieve happiness in this life

14 Jun 2020 6:08 PM

Shashi Warrier: My friend Murthy and the corona conspiracies

To these guys it’s easy to tell who’s good and who’s not If you’re alive at the end of the pandemic you’re good, and otherwise you’re dead

16 May 2020 8:18 PM

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Shashi Warrier: The power of levity in the time of lockdown

Laughter kept us sane during wars and strikes

06 Apr 2020 10:07 PM

Pidgin and all goth, Djinn goes where others daren’t

Deepa Annapara has tried to do something extremely difficult: write a story for grown-ups in the voice of a child.

09 Mar 2020 5:07 PM

Of dogs of mayhem and passing dogs

The clamour of Fudge and Wonder barking at a passing dog woke me up just then, and I went back to watching cricket.

02 Feb 2020 1:42 AM

Balkanisation and the secret pull of astro TV

It was a magnificent picture, awe-inspiring and sometimes terrifying to us childen, for it taught us how little we really controlled in our lives.

29 Dec 2019 12:26 AM

As Pak flounders, try a measure of grace

The army is also seething because, for the first time in Pakistani history, soldiers haven’t got their annual raise.

01 Dec 2019 6:58 AM

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Boys to men: Heartbreak, but a far less toxic Diwali

Atom bombs, in these parts, are insanely powerful round crackers guaranteed to rattle windows at a hundred paces.

03 Nov 2019 1:36 AM

Stephen King drives ‘Mercedes’ trilogy to an emotional end

Readers who missed Brady Hartsfield in the second book in Stephen King's trilogy about a psychotic killer will be delighted to know he's alive — but definitely not well — in End of Watch.

08 Jun 2016 6:41 AM

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