A poem on how in contrast to lactose and gluten intolerance, the cure for the social malady lies within us.
What we see today is a gross violation of rights and denial of privileges, and a nonsensical leaning toward the promotion and advocacy of majoritarian ethos.
'it's time to raise our voice, it's time to make a change'.
If today, Shahrukh Khan played Veer, a character that chooses love – that too of a Pakistani woman – over national duty today, he would be trolled and threatened mercilessly.
A poem on being a young Muslim woman in India.
Sports is a mighty leveller. Cricket in India was no exception, but something has snapped somewhere.
Many have said the charges are harsh and unjustified, and could ruin students' futures.
A poetic story of a skinny Muslim girl in India.
'Sometimes I think I'm living a nightmare – how easy it is to kill, but so tough to care?'