Ayan Roy

Migrants to Mumbai city enjoy the perks of community bonding with like-minded people

Migrants to Mumbai city enjoy the perks of community bonding with like-minded people

Ayan Roy discovers that the community feeling is stronger because of the bonding among like-minded people.

A series of unfortunate incidents: In search of a true Sancho

A series of unfortunate incidents: In search of a true Sancho

Who hasn’t tilted at windmills at least once in their lives? I know I have. But is that such a bad thing? After all, like the Man from La...Read More

Bikers have right of way… everywhere

Bikers have right of way… everywhere

Let me start off by apologising to all the bikers (actually, every person in a vehicle). We pedestrians are a nuisance. We should be run ...Read More

Gender equality at workplace: A reality check

Gender equality at workplace: A reality check

AYAN ROY talks to some Indian women to find out what they think about gender equality in the workplace

A series of unfortunate incidents: Always choose the ‘middle’ path

A series of unfortunate incidents: Always choose the ‘middle’ path

Recently, there was a talent night in my housing complex. Oh boy! Was it good… These talent shows celebrate mediocrity and bravery. After...Read More

A series of unfortunate incidents: Treatise against running

A series of unfortunate incidents: Treatise against running

I have generally seen people either running away from cops, dogs or villains or towards something like heroines, trains and buses. But th...Read More

Is live-in really worth living in?

Is live-in really worth living in?

With the rising incidence of violence in live-in relationships, does this institution hold any water? Ayan Roy seeks answers

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