56 world monuments that lit up in solidarity with France

It was all blue, white and red.

posted by Deeksha Khanna|November 17, 2015   in Life|one comment


Reading this article will make you wiser about bisexual women (or maybe not), says a ‘scientific’ study

One problem, though: Like many studies that gain attention online, this one too is flawed too. Here’s why.

posted by Shiladitya Sen|November 9, 2015   in Life|no comments


The things feminism has improved for me: A male perspective

Embracing feminism has made me a better and, yes, happier person.

posted by Shiladitya Sen|November 3, 2015   in Life|4 comments


NL Ki Class on political equations

Inspired by Arun Shourie, we present to you some more equations.

posted by Mahima Singh|October 28, 2015   in Life|21 comments


Why I must bully and outrage on TV: A news anchor on role-playing in the studio

The louder and more obnoxious you are on TV, the more people notice you.

posted by Anon|October 23, 2015   in Life|10 comments


Marathi film Court, India’s official entry at Oscars, is not your usual courtroom drama

It’s a matter of great pride that a film of such brilliance will represent us on a global stage.

posted by Rajan Laad|September 25, 2015   in Life|7 comments


TVF Pitchers is not as exciting as the Indian start-up scene

The web series is too ‘filmy’ and replete with clichés.

posted by Kunal Singh|September 10, 2015   in Life|5 comments


Why do we know Radhe Maa?

Where she came from and what she did to make it to prime-time news.

posted by Abhishek Choudhary|August 21, 2015   in Life|5 comments


Who is your guru?

Take our fun quiz: Who is your spiritual guru?

posted by NL Team|August 13, 2015   in Life|21 comments

stephens newslaundry vixen

Before St Stephen’s Valson Thampu could write “The Vixen of Stephenville”, we reviewed it

Spoiler alert: The “Vixen” is the protagonist loosely based on Thampu.

posted by Mahima Singh|July 22, 2015   in Life|2 comments

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