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 have enough courage to speak... Continue Reading →
A pragmatic realist, Vajpayee was a natural strategist who instinctively knew when to pace things up and slow processes down.
The nation's blood-stained past still haunts us, thirty five years after the incident. The perpetrators of thousands are finally being convicted but at this point, can we even call it justice anymore?
On the fourteenth of February 2019, a cowardly suicide attack on a convoy of vehicles carrying Central Reserve Police Forces(CRPF) personnel in the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir shocked citizens in every corner of the country. Hours later, Pakistan based Jaish-e-Mohammed(JeM) claimed responsibility. The carnage claimed the lives of 46 CRPF personnel and of... Continue Reading →
Venezuela, known to have the largest oil reserves in the world, is suffering from one of the greatest humanitarian crisis seen in this century. The country has more oil than Saudi Arabia and yet more poverty than Colombia. Having an economy which was once the envy of Latin America, it is now plagued by shortages... Continue Reading →
Earlier this week, the Election Commission (EC) of India had declared that polling for the 17th Lok Sabha assembly, the world's largest democratic exercise, would begin in less than a month from now. The EC had stated that polling would take place in seven stages between the 7th of April and the 19th of... Continue Reading →
On the 28th of September, 2018, a disgusting act took the state of Gujarat by surprise. An infant, no more than fifteen months old, was raped in the district of Sabarkantha. Ravindra Sahu, a labourer from Bihar was convicted for the felony on the same day. The heinous crime led to violence against specific communities, forcing them... Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago, the Indian Supreme Court came out with a landmark 4:1 decision. A month later we stand at a cross-road, sentiments have been hurt and political tensions are at an all time high. The Sabarimala temple is set to open it's doors to devotees again tomorrow. Here's the story of all that's happened so far
On August 9th, 2018 Argentina’s Senate rejected the landmark bill that sought legalization of abortions in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. Argentinian lawmakers debated the complete legalization of abortion for more than 15 hours and voted 38 against to 31 for. From the senate, 14 female and 24 male senators voted against the bill.... Continue Reading →