Posts by Nirupama Sekhri:

And Then Lee said – “Let There Be Light…And Air-Conditioning”

March 30, 2015   in Criticles |4 comments

A look at the life and achievements of the founding father of modern Singapore – Lee Kuan Yew


Getting home ‘India’s Daughter’

March 10, 2015   in We Have Got Mail |one comment

  Leslee Udwin’s documentary India’s Daughter is true to the genre in its fundamental essence: it documents the brutal attack and murder of plucky, unfortunate Jyoti Singh through conversations with the people involved – directly and indirectly – with the case. The film is “raw” in the way that Ms Udwin doesn’t push or delve […]


Letter To Ms Tehelka-Assault-Victim

February 14, 2014   in Life |236 comments

Why the accusations of rape against TarunTejpal are not a leg up for women’s freedom and rights.


A Tradition Of Rape

January 5, 2013   in Life |89 comments

The concept of “sex by consent” will always remain blurred as long as arranged marriages continue in India.