articles by Eisha Nair


Bob Dylan's Triplicate is his third tribute to old classic American songs: Read the review

But even in these sentimental covers, Bob Dylan doesn’t serenade, he analyses instead


LGBTQI harassment at Tiss: Issue gets voice in institute, but what about the rest of India?

Students from the LGBTQI community in the Tata Institute of Social Sciences have complained of being harassed and discriminated against


Dealing with crimes against women in reality has become a matter of 'jugaad'

Citing a new survey by ActionAid, an international women and child rights NGO, a report in The Times of India said that 41 percent of women in India have been subjected to sexual harassment or violence before the age of 19.


Harry Potter, Tintin, Asterix and The Hobbit: ICSE syllabus just became a lot more fun

CISCE has decided to include popular books like the Harry Potter series for junior and middle school students with ICSE board as part of their English Literature syllabus.


Bob Dylan's Nobel glory reflects the changing times in literature

While one may debate the literary value of Bob's Dylan's songs, the fact that his song continue to remain popular with their spiritual quest, anti-war, anti-racism, and humanistic stance makes him an ideal choice for a Noble prize