The first real ‘grown-⁠⁠⁠⁠up’ cooking experience was the simple act of washing

Krishni remembers a brief period many years ago when all the snacks in the house were store-bought. This was when packaged food was gaining popularity—indeed, for the average middle-class household, it was somewhat aspirational. “Things like potato or banana chips, chaklis and chivda, which we used to previously make at home, switched to being store-bought.” … Read moreThe first real ‘grown-⁠⁠⁠⁠up’ cooking experience was the simple act of washing

It’s not going to be as polarised, say, five years down the line

Not everyone, though, quite agrees with this narrative of conflict and fault lines in the Indian media. R. Jagannathan, editorial director of Swarajya, and an often vocal critic of the liberal media, says that, for one, the questioning of those in power “was always treated as an attack, and the only thing was that they … Read moreIt’s not going to be as polarised, say, five years down the line