India At Tokyo 2020: A Triumphant Haul

The 2020 Summer Olympics were initially scheduled from 24th July to 9th August 2020. Although due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the multi-sport event was pushed to 23rd July 2021 and continued until 8th August. 

India sent its highest number of athletes to the games—127. In the opening ceremony, boxing Continue Reading

Rights In A Strife: Medical Laws

Content Warning– Sensitive topics have been mentioned, including rape, incest, abortion and death.

In times of life and death, we often find lives at the mercy of medical experts. Seldom doctors are left at the crossroads of their judgement while contending between saving lives and following protocol. Furthermore, they Continue Reading

Covid Generation: The Future is Here

Surviving a catastrophe requires the resilience of not just the body but also the mind. Research on the effect of the coronavirus on the Covid-19 generation— children carried, conceived, or born in the world around these times foreshadows an alarming future for this new bunch. The template for the social Continue Reading

Development of COVID-19 Variants

Darwin posed the Theory of Evolution in his book ‘On the Evolution of Species’ in 1859. His obsequious studying of minor changes in birds of the island of Galapagos, later termed ‘Darwin’s finches’ depict the process of evolution. It was clear to Darwin that minor, heritable variations in the offspring Continue Reading

Anthropause: Wildlife in Crisis

The natural environment encompasses all living and non-living things occurring naturally. In 2020, the world came face to face with the deadly coronavirus pandemic which has left its impact on every aspect of life especially wildlife. The slowdown in human activity, which scientists are calling the “anthropause” has been a Continue Reading

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