The Great Indian Judge

In India, ‘The Word’ spreads fast. Compared to the world, probably the fastest.

The Indian Society, known for its well-knit family structure and community strength all over the world, also plays a seemingly interesting role. The role of a judge⁠— a very brutal judge. Its verdict seems to be of … Continue Reading

Dear Coronavirus

Dear Coronavirus,

No, it is not fun anymore. Binge-watching only makes sense when I’m under academic pressure. And while I’m not a fan of social gatherings, I’d prefer to have an option. Online Ludo is not the same as the real thing and I am not going to play it Continue Reading

The Lockdown: What It Is and Isn’t

 

Caught in a bedlam, desperate need of clarity?

In this troubled period, we at MTTN greet you with an optimistic hope that you are well and making the most of this lockdown. Not necessarily by being productive, but also by treating yourself to some much-needed self-care. While measures are … Continue Reading

A Quarantale

 

What is the biggest threat that this planet has ever faced? Climate change? Artificial intelligence? Nuclear war? These might seem foremost in the list of things that’ll eventually bring our doom. And there’s only one factor of commonality between all of these. Us.

We once thought we were invincible. … Continue Reading

Coronavirus: A Global Epidemic

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

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