All stories by Veenu Sandhu
Why do we have curfews for girls?Rediff.com16 May 2018
'Across several colleges and universities, the story is the same.' 'Generous timings for boys, early deadlines for girls,' says Veenu Sandhu.
Is Vitamin D deficiency India's new epidemic?Rediff.com6 Mar 2018
Our busy schedules, our living conditions where sunlight is often a luxury, pollution as also social mores that frown upon exposure are collectively responsible.
Of Indira, Of India!Rediff.com19 Nov 2017
'It is from her that present-day political stalwarts continue to draw lessons on testing the limits of Constitutional democracy, and whose slogans even her party's staunchest opponents imitate even after over 30 years of her death,' says Veenu Sandhu.
Let soldiers be soldiers, General RawatRediff.com18 Nov 2017
'When the government says the army will make a bridge, what does it mean?' 'If this is not stopped here, then there is no telling where and for what all the army will be employed or deployed in the future,' says Veenu Sandhu
The Taj Mahal's love story returns!Rediff.com6 Nov 2017
Shiraz: A Romance of India, a 1928 Indo-British-German silent classic, will tell the epic tale once again. And you're invited.
The moustache is a poll issue in GujaratRediff.com26 Oct 2017
The moustache protest is the latest blot on the face of a nation that has failed to ensure even the safety of the Dalit community, says Veenu Sandhu.
Indian men think stalking women is normalRediff.com19 Aug 2017
'The vehicles have evolved, the mindset hasn't. And it won't, not until boys are reformed to understand, imbibe and espouse the importance of consent,' says Veenu Sandhu.
He wants to celebrate the uniqueness of IndiaRediff.com9 Aug 2017
Siddharth Chauhan, winner of the Satyajit Ray Award
Expectant mothers, beware AYUSH advice!Rediff.com3 Jul 2017
'If we follow the advice of the AYUSH ministry 100 per cent, then the next generation will be stunted.'
The Half TruthRediff.com19 May 2017
In this age of fake news, there are so many things I cannot say for sure anymore, says Veenu Sandhu.
In this office play is as important as workRediff.com12 May 2017
Veenu Sandhu visits the new Adidas office in Gurugram, which is cultivating a refreshing new sports culture among its employees.
Did Jinnah's marriage shape his politics?Rediff.com3 May 2017
'If Ruttie had been alive, Jinnah would never have turned communal.'
'We should be posing tough questions to Pakistan'Rediff.com26 Apr 2017
'They bluff and lie repeatedly and we swallow their lies.' 'Because we are soft and polite, we get into a mess of our own making.'
In which direction is India headed?Rediff.com18 Apr 2017
'The Dancing Girl is only one of the many symbols they threaten today.' 'Our country is changing.' 'Elements that ought to have remained on the fringes have been handed power and control of a state on a platter.' 'With this, the party that persistently wooed us with its development agenda has arrogantly taken its mask off,' says Veenu Sandhu.
Monet, van Gogh, Degas: When the world's biggest artists came to IndiaRediff.com12 Apr 2017
The Drifting Canvas, a multimedia art exposition that is coming to India for the first time with digitised and animated works of 19th and 20th century artists, is offering a unique, immersive experience of art.
'I don't think a strike will sort doctors' problems'Rediff.com5 Apr 2017
Former AIIMS director Dr S K Kacker discusses the doctors' agitation in Maharashtra and West Bengal's crackdown on private hospitals with Veenu Sandhu.
Is India ready for a Poker Sports League?Rediff.com5 Apr 2017
Come May, the Deltin Royale, which boasts of the country's largest poker room, will play host to India's first Poker Sports League.
Who stole the Indian Dream?Rediff.com10 Mar 2017
Instead of being a facilitator, each political formation has only tried to be an ATM for freebies, feels Veena Sandhu