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News media has been an integral part of the lives of the general public for centuries now. We have seen news take different forms to reach us and increase its sphere of influence- be it the introduction of social media or the boom in the amount of content available online.
The data presented in the following article is updated as of 9th March 2020.
The recent outbreak of the Coronavirus has everyone in a state of panic, and rightfully so. With a death toll of around 3000 and the number of cases around the world being 111,366, this rapidly … Continue Reading
As rightly quoted by Narendra Modi, “Unity in diversity is India’s strength. There is simplicity in every Indian. There is unity in every corner of India. This is our strength.”
From only a handful of women to the entire state of Delhi supporting a cause, the sentiment of unity has … Continue Reading
On February 1st, India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget for the financial year 2020-2021 in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament. At a time when almost every sector in India has been grappling with a slowdown, all eyes were on the Budget … Continue Reading
When it comes to empowerment, the present generation is leaps and bounds ahead of its predecessors. From the advent of social media to a shift in mentality, there are quite a few factors at play here. At a glance, the implications look pretty simple and straightforward – people now … Continue Reading
As Greta Thunberg rightly put it, our house is on fire. It’s a fire that has been growing gradually over the years, and in the process, destroying our one and only home. It’s a fire that causes its inhabitants fear, anxiety and rage, all emerging from feelings of betrayal and … Continue Reading
Alternating droughts and waves seem to be the typical environmental conditions faced throughout the world. Currently, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, United Kingdom, Texas, United States of America, the Artvin Province of Turkey and Bihar of India are facing extreme floods.
Bihar has a relatively flat terrain with the Ganges, with … Continue Reading
It has just stopped raining. You step gingerly out of the hostel 15 minutes late for your 8 am class. On the way, you find a ₹500 note lying on the floor. You pick it up thinking you’ll donate it to the local charity, but instead, you cave in … Continue Reading
What went down?
At mid-afternoon of the 20th of August, the skies of São Paulo, a city 1700 miles away from the forest, randomly turned pitch-black. The sun was completely obscured by ash and smoke. As giant plumes of smoke arose from the greenery, a harsh truth slowly took … Continue Reading