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In reply to @TanushreePande
And I hope I never do in the future. So yes, that's that. Please take care all of you. And do more of what you actually love & be with the ones you really love. We don't do that enough. Just a sudden realisation. Lots of love & blessings to all of you. I'll be back super soon.
Replying to @TanushreePande
Heal well, Tanushree.
 
To someone who epitomises everything that is good with the world, everything that is brave and talented. Happy birthday my darling @KiranManral . May you always be a shining beacon to us all ❤️

P.S. If you want to gift her something nice, get her books—amzn.eu/d/iEMu0UQ 💪
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
Thanks Meghna for sharing this with all of us, I think these stereotypes should be called out immediately as soon someone says it. Your journey will inspire so many girls & women out there to never let anyone tell them otherwise. You are a force to reckon with. Kudos n power to u
Replying to @RuchiAngrish
You’re too kind. I feel the same way about you as well ❤️ Big hugs 🤗
 
Wow 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 @MeghnaPant - you are an inspiration for all to look upto 💕

To all who say Women are unfit when they are pregnant 🤰🏽, this post is a must read for each one of you .Listen , check your own biases and mindsets and work towards fixing it .

👇🏼
Replying to @RuchiAngrish
Thanks Ruchi. Many folks tried to ‘warn’ me when I got pregnant, saying I’d be ‘out of commission for five years’. I worked doubly hard to prove these stereotypes wrong and refused to feel guilty about being a working mom. These redundant biases need to go or be amplified.
 
I’ve written five books and three screenplays since my first pregnancy five years ago, hosted digital and audio shows, won four awards, travelled to many lit fests and conferences—been my most productive *after* getting pregnant. The only ‘unfit’ thing here is society’s mindset.
Replying to @MeghnaPant
It’s time we stopped penalising women’s careers when they choose to become mothers. Getting pregnant should *not* become a cautionary tale for young ambitious women.
 
I’ve written five books and three screenplays since my first pregnancy five years ago, hosted digital and audio shows, won four awards, travelled to many lit fests and conferences—been my most productive *after* getting pregnant. The only ‘unfit’ thing here is society’s mindset.
After State Bank of India, another public sector lender #IndianBank has made pregnant women 🤰🏽with over three months #pregnancy "#TemporarilyUnfit " to join the bank 🏦 , inviting criticism from various organisations. business-standard.com/article/curren…
 
This is almost exactly what I went through—despite being highly-educated, financially independent, modern, socially conscious, well-travelled blah blah. It can *literally* happen to anyone. Be careful where you plant your love.
TW: manipulation/partner abuse
[THREAD] While going over my notes for cases in the last year, I noticed a disturbing trend. There are many cases where, intentionally, the guy (mostly) pretends to be open minded/ally as a way to create love then become abusive.
 
Bang on. I know of many degree-dhari 'educated' individuals who coil and cringe upon hearing that daughters are entitled to their share along with their brothers. The logic usually is - she is married and has her 'own' home.
Replying to @KoralDasgupta
Yup, exactly. And the same folks have no issues using the previously unmarried daughter’s kamai to fund the family business, properties or trips. Jai ho hypocrisy.
 
Meghna Pant Retweeted ·  
Jane Austen wrote Persuasion at the end of her life, when she was ailing and living in poverty, with the type of life she had not expected or planned.

She, her mother, and sister lost everything when Jane's father died.
 
Isn’t it odd that people give the same gift to kiddie siblings so they don’t squabble, but forget this mindfulness when it comes to their will? Give your children—yes, even your daughters—an equal share. It’s the simplest act of kindness you can do to keep your family together.
 
This month I kickstart my new monthly column ‘Young India’ in the @DainikBhaskar. This particular piece is a slice of my heart as it’s dedicated to my beloved father Deep Chandra Pant in view of #FathersDay and why we should own our parent’s success story the way we own our own. pic.twitter.com/0kunhae6yv
Replying to @MeghnaPant
This is the English version of the same.
 
This month I kickstart my new monthly column ‘Young India’ in the @DainikBhaskar. This particular piece is a slice of my heart as it’s dedicated to my beloved father Deep Chandra Pant in view of #FathersDay and why we should own our parent’s success story the way we own our own.
 
‘’Work is not my passion, it is my whole life”
- Kumar Mangalam Birla

Happy birthday to my uncle Mr. Kumar Mangalam Birla. Kumar chacha is Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group—the third largest business house in India.

🧵 Thread pic.twitter.com/gtSNZqvwJY
Replying to @birla_vedant
Beautiful, heartwarming and inspiring thread, Vedant. Happy birthday Mr Birla!
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
Kinda promise won’t work. You have to pinky promise 😜
Replying to @Sonali_EoI
I pinky promise. Kinda.
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
What could be done to change the perception?
Replying to @yasser_aks
Honest tweeting like this :/
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
Usually writers get told 'no' all the time. It's the first thing they are told.
Replying to @Manik1Sharma
Yup. It’s just its directness that reduces in direct proportion to seniority/experience.
 
In reply to @yasser_aks
Legit. I have never gone after anyone in 25 years you see. Still remain unpublished :))
Oh you must. It’s the best revenge and inspiration. Cleverly disguised or not, of course, depending on the severity of the so-called crime ;)
 
Replying to @yasser_aks
I’m sick of people walking around eggshells with creators. They think we’ll make them villains in our life story or unleash our innate cretin to the world 🤷‍♀️ Itne fragile nahin hain hum.
 
Why are people so hesitant to say ‘no’ to authors? Dude, we’ve seen life, that’s why we write. We have faced adversity, that’s why we are where we are. We love ‘yes’ but we can handle a ‘no’. So please—say no to authors. We’ll not name our next villain after you, I kinda promise.
 
 
Male friend to me: I’ve put on weight.
Me: Naah, you’re perfect as you are.
Me to male friend: I’ve put on weight.
Male friend: Yup, it’s not attractive.

A normalised conversation ALL girls go through. Isn’t it time we made #bodypositivity more than a hashtag, esp for women?
 
Meghna Pant Retweeted ·  
Okay actually, I'm just going to make a new thread about small things authors/entertainers/public figures can do to set boundaries and keep creeps from crossing them early on. If you all have more advice, please comment. 🧵
 
In the @bombaytimes today with the brilliant gastronome and connoisseur @RashmiUdaySingh and my ‘dapper’ husband @sahilkanuga — at Balsa Mumbai💕
 
 
How jalebis wrapped in an #Urdu newspaper delivered a crucial message to Bhagat Singh. Wonderful interview with dad @SuriNavin on the legacy of @TheDailyMilap & it’s future. Thank you @rahulkumarindia. @india_narrative indianarrative.com/opinion-news/h… @MilapNN @iamrana @shahid_siddiqui
Replying to @rishi_suri @SuriNavin and 6 others
Love this interview, @SuriNavin and @rishi_suri 👍
 
 
Just me or the Uber/Ola prices have become obscene and are shooting through the roof? I’ve paid Rs. 700 from the airport to my house and both are in Andheri. The distance is 10 kms. That’s 70/km at 11 in the night which isn’t a peak hour by any measure. Loot.
Replying to @aktalkies
I paid Rs 1500 on Friday to reach Lower Parel from the airport. The cabbie refused to load the carrier with our luggage, so we had to take two Uber’s! Rs 3000 spend to get home 🤷‍♀️First time ever. Obscene rip-off. What’s up @UberINSupport?
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
Is this enough? No! Let’s remember that nothing less than absolute fear of the system, the punishment, the crime, is the only deterrent for rape. Lenient and muddled laws will not achieve this. Till then, our lawmakers would rather incinerate a girl than a boy. This is our India.
Replying to @MeghnaPant
When rapists don't see the age of their victim, when they don't care whether she’s wearing a diaper or denture, why is our legal system looking at the age of the perpetrator? Why is our judiciary giving us death for child rapists when we need death for all rapists, incl juvies?
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
Yes, the criminal law amendment ordinance seeks to amend IPC, Evidence Act, CrPC and POCSO to dole out harsher punishments. Yes, the Juvenile Justice Act 2015 has been passed in which juveniles in the age group of 16–18 years, involved in heinous offences, can be tried as adults.
Replying to @MeghnaPant
Is this enough? No! Let’s remember that nothing less than absolute fear of the system, the punishment, the crime, is the only deterrent for rape. Lenient and muddled laws will not achieve this. Till then, our lawmakers would rather incinerate a girl than a boy. This is our India.
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
How are juvies expected to value life when they’ve taken the life of helpless women? What lesson should they learn when no lesson is being imparted? Isn’t the fact that we grant juvies impunity the reason that these perpetrators are continuing to commit brutal acts?
Replying to @MeghnaPant
Yes, the criminal law amendment ordinance seeks to amend IPC, Evidence Act, CrPC and POCSO to dole out harsher punishments. Yes, the Juvenile Justice Act 2015 has been passed in which juveniles in the age group of 16–18 years, involved in heinous offences, can be tried as adults.
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
What’s stopping juvenile criminals from raping again and again, when there is no fear of the law? Why would they not commit barbaric acts when they can get away scot-free? What is a remand home going to do for a minor who is capable of committing crimes worthy of savages?
Replying to @MeghnaPant
How are juvies expected to value life when they’ve taken the life of helpless women? What lesson should they learn when no lesson is being imparted? Isn’t the fact that we grant juvies impunity the reason that these perpetrators are continuing to commit brutal acts?
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
In India a woman is raped every 13 minutes. That means 110 women a day. The actual unreported numbers are obviously much higher. Minors commit most of these crimes. Yet, no punishment has been given to them. Why has such leniency been shown using the garb of justice?
Replying to @MeghnaPant
What’s stopping juvenile criminals from raping again and again, when there is no fear of the law? Why would they not commit barbaric acts when they can get away scot-free? What is a remand home going to do for a minor who is capable of committing crimes worthy of savages?
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
In two of India’s most horrific rape cases, juvies have been the main perpetrators. Yet, they walk away scot-free. Our courts know this. Our government knows this. Our cops know this. Yet, our lawmakers are more concerned about protecting juvenile rapists than our raped juveniles
Replying to @MeghnaPant
In India a woman is raped every 13 minutes. That means 110 women a day. The actual unreported numbers are obviously much higher. Minors commit most of these crimes. Yet, no punishment has been given to them. Why has such leniency been shown using the garb of justice?
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
On that cold night in Dec 2012, when Nirbhaya was gangraped and murdered in a moving bus, guess who'd been the most brutal of all rapists, who had shoved his hands inside her vagina and pulled out her intestines, most likely caused her death? It was Mohammed Afroz, a juvenile.
Replying to @MeghnaPant
In two of India’s most horrific rape cases, juvies have been the main perpetrators. Yet, they walk away scot-free. Our courts know this. Our government knows this. Our cops know this. Yet, our lawmakers are more concerned about protecting juvenile rapists than our raped juveniles
 
A thread on the horrific #HyderabadRape and the case we need to make against juvenile rapists: In the Kathua case, guess who'd abducted the 8-year-old child, strangled her, bludgeoned her with a stone, twice, then dumped her body in the forest? It was Sanji Ram’s nephew, a juvie.
Replying to @MeghnaPant
On that cold night in Dec 2012, when Nirbhaya was gangraped and murdered in a moving bus, guess who'd been the most brutal of all rapists, who had shoved his hands inside her vagina and pulled out her intestines, most likely caused her death? It was Mohammed Afroz, a juvenile.
 
A thread on the horrific #HyderabadRape and the case we need to make against juvenile rapists: In the Kathua case, guess who'd abducted the 8-year-old child, strangled her, bludgeoned her with a stone, twice, then dumped her body in the forest? It was Sanji Ram’s nephew, a juvie.
 
Congrats @supreetksingh @elsamariedsilva on the Glass Lion for Change nomination at Cannes for this film. So rooting for you and @TheSafecityApp
campaignasia.com/article/cannes…
Replying to @KiranManral @supreetksingh and 2 others
Congratulations both ❤️
 
Meghna Pant Retweeted ·  
The #Metaverse is a whole new world that’s being created & storytellers are going to play a central role in it. Watch this space unfold in the next 5 years. supercraft.co/post/5-ways-wr… #NFTs #Authors #NFTBOOKS #WritingCommnunity #nftart #Blockchain #ar #vr #books #ebooks #NFTdrop
5 Ways Writers Can Profit from the Metaverse - Supercraft
supercraft.co
 
So good to see books by friends and folks I know up front on display at @titlewavesMUM
Here’s @shunalishroff @MeghnaPant @SejalMehta06 @AanchalMalhotra pic.twitter.com/jybDJjJohC
Replying to @KiranManral @titlewavesMUM and 3 others
Thanks as always, K 🤗
 
Meghna Pant Retweeted ·  
So good to see books by friends and folks I know up front on display at @titlewavesMUM
Here’s @shunalishroff @MeghnaPant @SejalMehta06 @AanchalMalhotra
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
If they're people who subscribe to "No PR is bad PR", they could all be clinking glasses right now
Replying to @TweetsByAshwin
Sadly we live in times where noise is confused with success, fame and talent.
 
Shouldn’t we ban naming the rape perfume? Because otherwise aren’t we all complicit in the flash fame the brand and agency were clearly striving for at the cost of social conscience? The only way to stop problematic content is to annihilate its source completely.
 
Meghna Pant Retweeted ·  
In reply to @shikhamakan
On daily basis women have to chose whether they should expend their energies to correct someone’s thinking or use it to complete their job . No amount of ‘equality at work place’ is reforming the collective sexist consciousness. It’s exhausting.
 
Meghna Pant Retweeted ·  
Lofty acquisitions, better advances, slump in sales & rise of e-books...the rules of book deals are being re-written by authors & publishers alike @HarperCollins @PenguinIndia @Trisha_Niyogi @MeghnaPant @SimonSchusterIN @WestlandBooks @penguinrandom
financialexpress.com/lifestyle/word…
 
Meghna Pant Retweeted ·  
I just read somewhere that the reason why grief sits with us for so long is because our brain takes time to learn how to build a new sense of the self without the person we have lost.

😭😭😭😭😭
 
If men pee on the road, women look away. If women pee on the road, will men look away?
 
Lord grant me the confidence of unknown person who has dmed link of her book on Amazon, commanded me to buy it, read it and review it on my blog, goodreads, Amazon and to post pics of it on all my social media.
 
In reply to @MeghnaPant
And I repeat—being a performer is impossibly HARD. It demands inhumane amounts of courage, resilience and presence of mind. The pressure takes a toll on not just your mind but also your body. It ultimately commands a price, of which #KK is another unfortunate example.
Replying to @MeghnaPant
So, if you’re a young artist, choose your medium wisely. Define your own parameters of success—happiness, satisfaction, peace of mind, quietude—not what society expects at the cost of artists lives. Artistry on yoga is always better than artistry on steroids.
 
<Thread on #KKsinger> As a writer, I often get asked whether I wouldn’t prefer being a performance artist, rather than a creative artist—more fame, more money, more power—artistry on steroids, right?
Replying to @MeghnaPant
And I repeat—being a performer is impossibly HARD. It demands inhumane amounts of courage, resilience and presence of mind. The pressure takes a toll on not just your mind but also your body. It ultimately commands a price, of which #KK is another unfortunate example.
 
<Thread on #KKsinger> As a writer, I often get asked whether I wouldn’t prefer being a performance artist, rather than a creative artist—more fame, more money, more power—artistry on steroids, right?
 
 
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