Where, my son, lolling in front of the television, says, 'You have had yourself a Sunday break, Dad, won't you cook us something nice for dinner?'
You're a captive audience to friends who want you to share the agony of their aches and pains, their spouse's experiments in the kitchen gone wrong, or partners' peccadillos
Something similar must have been occurring with other family members who all announced going on different diets this week
My wife was the first to volunteer, causing collective anxiety in the family
Three months after it broke down, the solar system was re-plugged, and the caretaker called to say we now have power at the cottage
Bombay School was based on realism, or naturalism, as taught by the colonial mindset that patterned it.
A list of terms I never want to hear or read again
My wife says does the RWA expect the dog to do his business in the house
If Amitava's early practice was characterised by anger, he has since tempered it with wisdom, yet he remains a chronicler of social wrongs, writes Kishore Singh
Normally, cutting off conversation has its benefits, but not all the time, writes Kishore Singh
This was still days ahead of Modi's exploratory, one-day lockdown, though already a sense of uneasiness had set in
Mumbai-based Chittaprosad reported on the Bengal famine after he was asked by the Communist Party of India for their journal, People's War
In a queue to buy provisions, two friends talking over the head of another shopper, everyone a meticulously measured six feet apart
Here's a catalogue of some of these
Surveying a century of art practice in India, one is struck anew by how artists have reacted to situations and crises in their lifetimes.