Alumni interview: Sarvjeet Moond

1. For the few who may not know, where are you currently employed? I work at the Centre for Communication Governance at National Law University, Delhi. I believe that most people on campus know about CCG, but for those who are not aware, it is a Research Centre that was established by NLU Delhi in 2013,…

The Life and Times of a Habshi in Delhi

Let’s be absolutely clear on this – I am a mallu. My parents are mallus, my grandparents are mallus, and their parents before them are mallus. My parents settled in Delhi post marriage before I was born, so I am also a Delhi-ite considering I have lived here my entire life. Thus, my identity can…

The Graveyard in my Room

I do not like mosquitoes. Okay, nobody likes mosquitoes. But I really hate them. With a vengeance. Earlier, I just used to turn on my All-Out and hope that everything would work out, but those motherfuckers were relentless. There is no dignity, no respect, and no mercy in sucking the blood of an individual while they sleep.…

Abish Mathew at Kairos 2015

Abish Mathew got lucky tonight. He was paid a lot of money for a show that was mediocre at best. But now, courtesy the course of events, he will be remembered by many as a martyr of stand up comedy at National Law University Delhi. And he really doesn’t deserve that title. But neither did he deserve…

Two Faces to a Coin

My story is just one amongst everyone else’s here. That thought has always crept in and amused me when I’m in a populated space and I allow my mind to wander. When I’m standing in the bus or the metro and not in the mood to read or waste time on my phone, I think…