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
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 … Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading
In recent years, stand up comedy in India has witnessed a boom like nothing else. Talented artists that had already established themselves in the open mic circuit have now become household names. Kunal Kamra is one such example. In 2017, he uploaded a clip on YouTube that today has about … Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading
On the 8th of January, 2018, School of Communication, MAHE, received eminent journalist Rajeev Bhattacharyya as a keynote speaker for Article-19, School of Communication’s core media fest. Rajeev Bhattacharyya is a freelance reporter who focusses his work on India’s north-eastern states. His talk to the students was on the topic … Continue Reading
Journalist par excellence, Rhodes scholar and former prime time anchor on the news network CNN-IBN, Sagarika Ghose sat down in conversation with our MTTN Team, over tea in the lobby of Fortune Inn Valley View. Through the course of an hour-long interview, she talked to us about the shift of … Continue Reading
How often do we see people campaigning for climate change out in the streets on busy afternoons holding banners and placards that say “We have only one earth, save it,” or something more modest like “Our planet is in the danger of global warming, and my ice cream is melting … Continue Reading
“You’re saying it’s a falsehood while Sean Spicer, our press secretary gave alternative facts to that” – A Spokesperson for the President of the United States.
The need to find a balance, and to assert that each side has its own merits and demerits is a part of conventional wisdom. … Continue Reading