A poem on a disease that celebrates a life at the expense of another's.
In my years of training in mental health, I learned that what needs to be diagnosed is society, not the individual.
The government has to prioritise the safety and well-being of women as much as they are mulling over saving lives and protecting the economy.
Over six million children with disabilities have been brought into mainstream classrooms without the resources required to support their education.
Internet connectivity is abysmal in most parts, 4G services have been cut in Kashmir, and there aren't enough resources available to all.
While we mourn the death of our favourite celebrities – and rightfully so – we must also give respect to millions of others who are toiling away in poverty-stricken anonymity.
If people say she is calculated, then I reckon her calculations are increasingly accurate.