Yes, people are still protesting, chanting, and demanding to be heard. From Ferguson to Delhi, their words need to be heard until change happens.
In “Why Home is a Bad Bollywood Movie” for The Butter, Sayantani Dasgupta writes:
So for better or worse, I turned to Bollywood. Surely something in there would teach me the rules. But that turned out to be far less than satisfactory. For one, the characters were all older and routinely broke into impossible songs and dances. Sure the girls wore Western clothes on screen, but because they were all good and virtuous they always upheld Indian values and tripped over themselves to serve as sacrificial lambs for any cause they deemed suitable, whether it benefited their families, their beloveds or best friends — basically anything requiring even a touch of sentiment. The bad girls were another extreme, identifiable by their almost biological need to smoke, drink, show cleavage and steal boyfriends.
Nikki Haley is not too pleased with President Obama’s executive order on immigration.
A gay software engineer was arrested in India under Section 377 because his wife secretly filmed him having sexual encounters with other men and then reported him to the police.
Here is some sports news about Sri Lanka in something to do with cricket. I’m not so good with sports journalism, sorry.
And finally, what is Chitra Agarwal cooking up? Let’s find out:
— Chitra Agrawal (@ABCDsofCooking) December 5, 2014
Rohin Guha is an editor at The Aerogram. Talk to him on Twitter if you’d like.