I was in 8th-grade when my history teacher read about the basic rights of an individual in a country. Equality was a fundamental right. No one should be discriminated on the basis of caste, religion, colour, gender or sexuality. Discrimination was abolished and freedom came to one and all after … Continue ReadingEquality

Open Your Heart

It was my college orientation phase last week—a preamble to the next three years of my life. A lot of inspirational speeches were given, rules and regulations were dictated, and mountains of promises were made. But among all that talk about responsibilities and more importantly, being a ‘grown-up’, a line … Continue ReadingOpen Your Heart