The month of June denotes the culmination of the Stonewall Riots and marks a significant milestone for the LGBTQIA+ community. Every year, the community and its allies celebrate and express their solidarity by participating in Pride marches, adorning rainbow colors, and hosting fundraisers for their upliftment. However, institutions of capitalism … Continue Reading
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The pandemic has been engulfing the world for … Continue Reading
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The Asian-American community is left feeling desperate and vulnerable to increased hate crimes and violence. The fears, far from mere imaginative anxieties, spelt out during what is now called the Atlanta … Continue Reading
The Southeast Asian country of Myanmar (previously known as Burma) made its way to the headlines a week ago. On January 31st, the military of Myanmar overthrew Aung San Suu Kyi’s government, and many leaders of the NLD, along with Aung San Suu Kyi, were taken under arrest.… Continue Reading
On the night of November 2nd, the people of Vienna, the capital of Austria, were horrified by reports of heavily armed gunmen shooting civilians at six different locations. The attack has been described as similar to the attack that took place in Mumbai 12 years ago. There were four people … Continue Reading
The recent back and forth artillery fire between Armenia and Azerbaijan seems to have caught the entire world off guard. It is not everyday that we hear of air to land combat taking place between countries. The sudden seeming conflict has actually been lying dormant for decades. Rising tensions between … Continue Reading
India and Pakistan have been sworn enemies since their independence from the other. As Tim Marshall states “India and Pakistan can agree on one thing: neither wants the other around.” Given that two countries share a boundary almost 3,000 km long, geopolitical issues around the borders persist to this day. … Continue Reading
In August this year, Karnataka received heavy rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms, which caused landslides and floods. The second wave of the Southwest monsoon caused the Cauvery river to overflow, which led to its floodwaters inundated the Bhagamandala temple, and road services were disrupted. Twenty people lost their lives, and thousands … Continue Reading
A series of catastrophic events took place in Mauritius on July 25, 2020, when a Japanese ship, MV Wakashio, struck a coral reef and eventually began leaking oil into the Indian Ocean, leading to the declaration of a state environmental emergency by the Mauritian Government. Now, this incident has become … Continue Reading