Losing An Indian Gem

“Duniya ki sabse badi se badi samasya ka samadhan hota sirf sanwaad se hi hai, yuddh kisi bhi samasya ka samadhan nahi hai” “The solution of all problems in the world, albeit the scale, is through dialogue. War is not the solution” Indeed a true believer of her words, she was a messiah of peace. […]

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Sudanese Crisis : Failed Peacemaking?

On 3rd June 2019, Sudan, a north-eastern African country, witnessed one of the most brutal killings where more than 120 civilians were massacred during a peaceful protest. The shocking incident happened when demonstrations for a civilian government were happening in the country’s capital Khartoum. The protesters had camped outside the army headquarters since the 6th […]

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Tossed Between Development and Religion

With the 2019 Lok-Sabha elections drawing to an end, the country saw a multitude of opinions being expressed and discourse among its citizens. With anti-incumbency sentiment taking centre stage in the 2018 winter assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, it seemed like the Indian National Congress (INC) had the much-needed momentum, yet, they fell […]

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Rights Of The Unborn

Alabama is one of the major front-runners among a string of several conservative states seeking to challenge Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion nationwide. Governors in Kentucky, Mississippi, Ohio among other states have approved bans on abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can happen as early as […]

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On June 18th 2017, the Indian army marched across an international border to hinder the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China from marching on. Some eight weeks have passed, but under the tense grey clouds of Sino-Bhutanese territorial dispute, a highly sensitive question remains. Whose border did they cross? For the last two months, the […]