Masturbation– the word itself turns heads and makes us all turn into a pile of giggles and sly looks. Yet, for all that it has to offer the only connotation that I and several women associate it with is shame and guilt. So why is it that something that … Continue Reading
India and Pakistan have been sworn enemies since their independence from the other. As Tim Marshall states “India and Pakistan can agree on one thing: neither wants the other around.” Given that two countries share a boundary almost 3,000 km long, geopolitical issues around the borders persist to this day. … Continue Reading
India is home to the most diverse culture. With numerous tribal communities, each region has a unique identity. Languages and traditions differ from village to village and state to state. Using art, they share their cultural history and heritage with others.
Forming the core creative component of the economy, India’s … 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
On hearing the word ‘dissent’, Mahatma Gandhi’s Salt March against British taxations, or Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech echoing through Washington D.C for racial equality sprouts from the back of our minds. They have always been considered significant because they peacefully rejected the status quo for … Continue Reading
A separatist movement has gripped the region of Jammu and Kashmir since Independence. This movement intensified in 1989 when militants infiltrated the area and became the main opposing force to the Indian administration in the region. Militancy brought with itself a lot of strain in Kashmir’s otherwise neutral Hindu-Muslim relations, … Continue Reading
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Smt. Sushma Swaraj’s untimely death. Here’s a look at her life, her achievements and struggles as one of the few women politicians at the top.
Born on the 14th of February, 1952 to Sh. Hardev Sharma and Smt. Lakshmi Devi, Sushma Sharma … Continue Reading
The conflict that occurred on the night of June 15th at Galwan Valley in Ladakh has been a shocking turn of events, amidst the recent build-up of troops on either side of the Line Of Actual Control (LAC). The loss of 20 Indian Army soldiers during the de-escalation process has … Continue Reading