Russia and Ukraine making it to the headlines is unequivocally not a news flash since that has been the case for months now. While political leaders engage in a war of words, it is the common man on both sides, hoping to not end up as a war victim or … Continue Reading
*Note: Because the situation unfolds everyday, the information presented in this article is a conclusive account of the events that have transpired up until the early mornings of October 9th, 2021.
On October 3rd, 2021, a polarising nationwide story broke out, reporting violence and massive rioting in the Uttar Pradesh … Continue Reading
Content Warning: The following article includes mentions of violence, sexual assault and terrorism.
The despicable situation prevailing in Afghanistan has drawn the attention of all the countries towards its alarming plight. The land of traders is fighting for humanity, and the details of its downfall are nothing but affrighting. … Continue Reading
Under the spotlight — South Africa
South Africa saw the worst violence and riots in the last 25 years, since the Apartheid, in the third week of July 2021. The riots resulted from the recent suspension of Ace Magashule, the Secretary-General of the ruling party, the African National Congress … Continue Reading
The president of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, was assassinated in Pétion-Ville, Haiti on July 7, 2021.
Moïse had started his first company Jomar Auto Parts with little initial investment and gradually began expanding his fields of business. Soon, Moïse was the first man to export bananas from Haiti to Germany (since … Continue Reading
Stability in Jammu and Kashmir has always been a delicate issue. Geopolitical, social and economic issues have clashed together leaving a trace of uncertainty since the formation of the state. In August 2019, the scales of this unpredictable imbalance were tipped off even more. The scrapping of Article 370 resulted … Continue Reading
SInce the last week, British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest have been experiencing unprecedented summer temperatures. Around 250 km from Vancouver, the village of Lytton recorded Canada’s highest-ever mercury reading of 49.5⁰C on Sunday, June 27, 2021. The obliterating heatwave has caused the sudden deaths of over five hundred people … Continue Reading
What strikes one’s mind when they read about men’s mental health? Beyond the conventional perspective that people have succumbed to accept, it is crucial to analyze and explore the depths of men’s mental health.
Growing up with two brothers and looking back now, I realized how I would usually end … Continue Reading
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