Business, Life, World
Asia-Pacific, India, Pakistan, Politics
Do you remember the time you had so much to do, and you just sat in front of the TV in your PJs eating Chinese takeaway? Well, I do. It seems so easy to scroll through Instagram or Pinterest rather than sitting down and planning the whole week.
Americas, USA, Life
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the word “spy” tells about a person who secretly tries to get information about a country or an organization for another country or organization. Such an individual is considered a criminal and is punished by the country for his crimes.
Asia-Pacific, India, Human Rights
Whenever someone says Nicki Minaj, the first thing that comes into your mind is not her philanthropy quests but various controversies, diss tracks and divisive tracks such as “Only”, “Anaconda” and more.
Americas, USA, Human Rights, Politics
Kashmir, once known as the “Paradise on Earth” has not only changed but has become the biggest controversy of the decade. Now, known across the world as the land of terrorism, Jihadis and stone pelters along with the fields of saffron, the once beautiful Kashmir has now transformed into something that no one wants to be part of. Nonetheless, for the denizens of the state, violence is nothing new.
Asia-Pacific, India, Politics
Jodi Picoult in her book “Great Small Things” write that “white people don’t mean the half the offensive things that comes out of their mouth…”
Asia-Pacific, India, Opinion, Politics, World
With 30 days up, Yogi Adityanath has managed to surprise not only the media but also the government itself. The five-time MP from Gorakhpur, Ajay Singh Bisht, popularly known as Yogi Adityanath, has been labeled as “Hindutva firebrand” by the public and media alike.
History was written on the evening of May 26th 2014 when Narendra Modi took oath as the Prime Minister of India after a historic mandate from the people of India. This significant event was repeated again when he was selected as the TIME Person of the Year 2016 by the online readers’ poll. Beating famous world leaders like US president elect Donald Trump, ex-US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Narendra Modi won with 18 per cent of the vote when the poll closed.