It's not enough to just be against nationalism. The new political movement needs to offer people a vision of harmony and true democracy.
Strength is now equated with aggression. And the latter has no checks.
Dedicated to all the hum-sufferers facing high fuel prices and empty wallets.
From 'Mann ki baat' episodes to 'happiness lessons' in Delhi schools – when it comes to students' mental health, our education system needs to do to create positive change.
We can criticise Modi on the ground that he ought to engage more with the public. But we cannot criticise Beyoncé for her tightly-controlled images.
Performance matters. And all good entertainers understand this.
We can't expect radical societal change until we use our democratic right to vote and starting electing clean politicians without criminal pasts.
Is our political climate – with the mud-slinging, hyperbole and theatrics – seeming more and more like a TV drama?
The next time you hear some vapid diatribe about ethical businesses and market-based solutions, don’t be afraid to shut it down.