A poem on body image issues and body dysmorphia faced by various women, especially teens.
The village elders ruled that the boy had touched the pole connected to the idol of Sidiranna, a prominent south Indian village deity, during a procession and the idol …
How does one reclaim a friend or a loved one from bigotry? Is it a curable disease? Are there secret potions that can help?
Members of the Sikh community in Bareilly have protested against a school management's alleged order asking students not to wear a turban or carry 'kirpan'.
The poet writes about caste discrimination.
A poem on my father being caught up in the Partition, and how his narration of the events of 1947 helped me understand the human cost of the division …
In the face of the right-wing’s growing anti-Muslim vitriol, a moment of solidarity during a school workshop that shines a light on the moral responsibility we all bear.
My excitement to be part of a diverse department fell flat when the reality hit that international students, for most part, are invisible on campus.
The west has long defined racism as a function of colonial domination and discrimination. But in a changing world this definition must be challenged.