If you have even an iota of empathy and are willing to look past taught biases, the list of atrocities taking place in our country is endless.
The opinions we hold as we grow up are shaped at an early age and are often a reflection of our immediate environment.
No matter how optimistic the future promised to us looks, the undemocratic means deployed to achieve it cannot be justified.
If dynastic politics should be a problem, it is one for another day, while the more pressing concern today ought to be the rise of a neo-conservative Hindutva polity.
Is Rahul Gandhi the best candidate we have? Certainly not. But it's no longer fair to say that there are no alternatives to Narendra Modi.
'No comedy, no jokes. If you are looking for humour, read up on the rescue mission to save the 15 miners trapped in the coalmine in Meghalaya.'
News channels may not tell us what's going on with the country, so comedy groups have to step in with (excellent) satire.
If the youth are so important and our population so dynamic, why don't we have new faces to choose from?
This shift is characterised by a significant influx of youth into the top institutions of the organisation and a democratisation and decentralisation in decision-making.
Through the fellowship, we have seen firsthand that the party is really moving away from its dynastic culture and encouraging young blood.