The following is an interview of an individual. MTTN neither supports nor condones the views expressed and is simply conveying the information collected. Shaheen Bagh is synonymous with two words-- resistance and resilience. What began as a small gathering of women to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act has now grown into a movement destined... Continue Reading →
Tasir Ahmed has seen the Shaheen Bagh protest since its inception. Click for an insight into the lives of these protestors who are making their mark in history.
Tensions between Iran and the U.S skyrocketed to an unprecedented level after the U.S President Donald Trump approved an airstrike in Baghdad on Friday killing Qassem Soleimani. Considered to be the most powerful Iranian military commander, the news of his death garnered the world’s attention. Generating analyses about the implications of the act, some fear... Continue Reading →
The Citizenship Amendment Bill, on Thursday, got the President’s assent, making it an Act. Over the last few days, CAB’s presence in the news has been prominent. With protests widespread across the North East, why does it hold the importance it does? Here is a breakdown of the entire issue. WHAT IS THE CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT... Continue Reading →
Alternating droughts and waves seem to be the typical environmental conditions faced throughout the world. Currently, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, United Kingdom, Texas, United States of America, the Artvin Province of Turkey and Bihar of India are facing extreme floods. CAUSES Bihar has a relatively flat terrain with the Ganges, with several of its tributaries converging... Continue Reading →
The last two weeks have been monumental in changing the course of Hong Kong’s history. Millions have come out to protest against an extradition bill. This bill allows Hong Kong to detain and transfer people wanted in countries and territories with which it has no formal extradition agreements, including Taiwan and the Chinese mainland. What... Continue Reading →