Love in the Time of Internet

Chinki Sinha

Modern love is complex. Like the flowers they sell with chemicals infused to make them last longer, it is a heady mix of things

Love in the Time of HIV

When Najaraus met Maitri, she was an HIV-positive widow, and he an AIDS awareness worker. Nine years later, with a little grit and a little fib, they are married, living together, still in love—and Najaraus is still HIV-negative

All the Answers

Good sex isn’t about what you do, it’s about how it makes you feel

Love in Patna

Memories of a youthful encounter

Love in the Small Town

How the other India does it

The Scars of Your Love

The woes of those who want to erase from their bodies inky tributes to people they once vowed to love forever

Love in the Time of Caste Politics

For Divya and Ilavarasan, eloping meant sparking off forces beyond their imagination

In Search of the Original Lovers

23 years after it released, a remake reopens the conversation about Aashiqui. What made a simple romance starring relative unknowns such a huge hit?

Is Love Overrated?

Ask me. I’ve had the misfortune of being in it twice

Love in the Time of AFSPA

Irom Sharmila’s quest for an ordinary life


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