Author: Tooba Masood

The Right Shade of Feminism

Feminism has many layers of meanings. Tooba critiques it, saying that with concepts like feminism, it is sad that much of what it never stood for is now attributed to it. Read more in the regular column, exclusively in Different Truths.  If you are a young woman of this century, especially in a country like […]

Exploring the Vignettes of Womanhood at Awaaz 2017

Sanchaari Allahabad is once again all set to enthrall and enlighten the city with Awaaz – its annual fiesta for 2017. The theme for this year is ‘Vignettes of Womanhood’ and the two-day event will be held at the NCZCC, in Allahabad, on the 4th and 5th of November. Here’s a report by Tooba, exclusively […]

Bhaswati Bhattacharya: Coffee House became the Nerve Centre of Adda, Politics, Literary and Cultural Discourse

Bhaswati’s intensive and meticulous six-year-long research on Indian Coffee Houses in Kolkata, Allahabad, and New Delhi, has fructified in the form of a book, Much Ado Over Coffee. Here’s a report of her book reading, early this week, in Allahabad, by Tooba, exclusively in Different Truths. The Novel Tea Book Club of Sanchaari organised a […]