When I was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, my mother's world turned upside down.
It is the duty of the government to ensure that vaccines are accessible to all, regardless of their social status, age, or disabilities.
Coming back home to unused confetti, deflated balloons, an unnoticed cake and a room where Nanu’s scent lingered, I bid farewell to the saddest day I have ever lived.
Not infrequently do I get responses like: “But they had it coming, the dirty people they are."
The dreadful statistics coming out of India are not just numbers – they relate to people and to suffering.
A reminder to people to use the one weapon we all have in our arsenal: common sense.
As I mourn the loss of an unknown person, maybe it's time to rethink what the word 'stranger' means.