Gandhi's vision of nationalism is being replaced with Hitler's vision of Nazism, and as a secular spectator, this is disheartening at best.
Contrary to popular belief, history isn't set in stone. In fact, it's especially susceptible to political manipulation.
A Fantastic Woman feels like a lump in your throat. Like the misery of an early winter sunset even as you secretly anticipate snowfall.
Talking about periods can be awkward, but it doesn't have to be shameful.
A poem about what happens when a democracy dissolves.
Indo-Pak fashion shows us, once again, our cultural similarities persist despite frosty political relations.
Can a chatbot or Freud app fully replace a therapist? Maybe not yet, but possibly in the (very) near future.