In today's India, stereotypes about Muslims ignore their diversity.
Extending reservations to the 'upper castes' who are poor or singly disadvantaged delegitimises the concept of double disadvantage: social marginalisation and economic ill-being.
'Bones, why we loved you the most, and — the only memory of you that remains beyond the smell.'
I am better off without just a watching-over-us God.
'The White Tiger' has topped Netflix charts and garnered critical acclaim outside India, but does it merely replicate existing cliches?
A poem about our apathy towards economic inequality.