All stories by Veena Sandhu
At the time of coronavirus, the art of doing nothingRediff.com4 Apr 2020
'At a time when our world has been rattled in ways we have never encountered before, these mornings have been my window into a universe where all that matters is living in the moment,' says Veenu Sandhu.
Looking for Harry Potter in his birthplaceRediff.com9 Aug 2017
A Harry Potter walking tour in Edinburgh takes Veenu Sandhu to places that may have inspired the characters.
The Fake News EpidemicRediff.com10 Feb 2017
'So potent is the menace of false news that scientists have now devised a psychological vaccine to target it,' says Veena Sandhu.
'The plan is to get foreign funding to political parties'Rediff.com6 Feb 2017
'On the one hand, they are targeting NGOs that are doing development work, accusing them of accepting foreign funds by bypassing rules, and on the other they are allowing political parties to take foreign funds.'
Why are our soldiers killing their own?Rediff.com15 Jan 2017
'The feeling of being part of one family, which is an essential part of the armed forces ethos, is weakening.' 'And when there is a feeling of distrust, then even a small spark can lead to an explosion.'
Remember those whose sons paid the price of warRediff.com10 Oct 2016
'War, and proxy war, demand and always extract a price -- from both sides.' 'But how do you make a neighbour, who will simply not stop provoking, and the jingoists see this.'
Mario@90Rediff.com2 May 2016
On his 90th birth anniversary, Goa plans to celebrate Mario Miranda's life.
Paramjeet Singh Pamma: The ANGRIEST man in IndiaRediff.com20 Jul 2015
A serial protester, Pamma has been dubbed as India's "most outraged man, says Veena Sandhu