A series of catastrophic events took place in Mauritius on July 25, 2020, when a Japanese ship, MV Wakashio, struck a coral reef and eventually began leaking oil into the Indian Ocean, leading to the declaration of a state environmental emergency by the Mauritian Government. Now, this incident has become … Continue Reading
With a global race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine in full flow, will the unified efforts be enough to defeat the microscopic enemy, or has the war already been won?
Developing a functional vaccine is only the first step. Whichever company/country pioneers the vaccine will be in a commanding position, … Continue Reading
20 Indian soldiers, including an officer, were gunned down in the disputed Galwan Valley on June 15, 2020. The Galwan River flows through the disputed Aksai Chin region administered by China to the Ladakh union territory of India. The valley lies along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the de … Continue Reading
The Covid-19 pandemic has a growing impact on the global market across all domains of economic development. Though governments are pushing their limits to contain the crisis, the deprivation seems overpowering. From raw minerals and manufacturing to sales and services, all business sectors are suffering unforeseen losses. Take a … 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
For 35 days, one of the world’s most powerful country functioned with bare minimum administrative support. With predictions that the government shutdown might cause negative growth in the economy, it is certain to cause massive implications on foreign policy and international trade. The reason? A President, Politics and his Promise.… Continue Reading