The Congress is hoping to revamp its image by inducting more young people, but my recent encounters with the Indian Youth Congress has left me more disillusioned than ever before.
What started off as a project to counter stereotypes of life in Pakistan is now expanding into a cross-border community.
Hyper-nationalism, cow vigilantism, anti-Romeo squads, communalism, rising fuel prices – there's an increasingly hostile chaos brewing in our country (and in our heads).
The moment art starts to persuade instead of inform the people, it risks turning into propaganda.
A citizens movement in Delhi is protesting the government's redevelopment plan to cut over 16,000 trees.
Just ignore every headline you've read in the last few months.
Strength is now equated with aggression. And the latter has no checks.