Posts Tagged ‘dilli’

I was in the gym the other day, struggling with what I wanted to say about Delhi in fiction, feeling a little stuck. The one treadmill in my gym from which you can see the Qutub Minar happened to be free so I stepped on to it and looked up. There it was, framed between two buildings of a public sector...

Dirty air is truly democratic. It cuts across caste and class barriers. Everyone breathes it and therefore everyone should have a strong interest in cleaning it up.  What do you do when it harms you just to breathe? Year after year, Delhiites dread this time of year. The festival of lights turns into the festival of...