Europe, France, Human Rights, Opinion, Politics
Africa, Nigeria, Politics
In recent times, the acute situation in France rising from the illegal exit of refugees from Calais to Britain, attacks on police and “no-go” zones for police as well as for women has raised many questions on the integrity of establishment.
Asia-Pacific, Nepal, Opinion, Politics
Escalating numbers of dead bodies, severe hunger, constant protests, the heavily armed Boko Haram, and a very shaky administration; is Nigeria stumbling to the ground? Well, this is a question that still remains unanswered! With President Muhammadu Buhari still in his alleged “deathbed”, it’s still too early to make predictions on the fate of the once one of the greatest countries Africa ever boasted of. But as at now, any layman can attest to the fact that Nigeria is really on the brink.
Africa, Chad, Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria, Human Rights, Editor's Choice
Comparing the two elections that were held in closer dates, Nepal had a higher voter turnout than that of France. Almost 71% of eligible voters cast their precious votes in the Local Polls in Nepal while only 63.5% of the eligible voters voted for the French Elections.
Asia-Pacific, China, Taiwan, Politics
#In the first world, we generally understand our privilege when compared to many other countries. We know that there’s more terrorism in the Middle East, less government stability in Venezuela, and the Maldives is disappearing due to climate change. What we never hear about, however, is the Lake Chad Crisis.
Asia-Pacific, Australia, Human Rights, Editor's Choice
According to its constitution, the Republic of China, also known as Taiwan, controls a staggering 11 million square kilometers of land, which makes it the second largest country in the world after Russia and before Canada.
Europe, France, Politics, Editor's Choice
Being a refugee fleeing war, violence and/or prosecution is arguably one of the worst situations to be in as a human being. We are talking about traumatic experiences and stress most of us, thankfully, never have to experience in our lives, though we are confronted with it on a daily basis as ships filled with desperate souls keep sinking in the Mediterranean sea, as numerous people risk their lives in pursuit of safety and a better future and as resentments against those foreigners spilling into Europe undeniably grow. But on the other side of the world, Australia faces similar issues, to which they responded with inhuman detention centers.
Asia-Pacific, India, Pakistan, Human Rights
Heavy sighs of relief went through Europe for the second time within just a few months. After the general elections in The Netherlands, the French citizens too did not vote for a populist leader and a Europe skeptic to become their president. Populism, however, is still strong.
Asia-Pacific, India, Politics
Water is the factor that denotes life. We are living here on Earth due to the fact that almost 70% of the planet has water. Following Darwin’s “Survival of the Fittest” postulate, the countries have designed the mechanisms that can help conserve water for the coming years. It is said that the 3rd World War would be fought over water. There is already a water crisis in Pakistan
Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Politics
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.
At last, it happened. The day arrived and became a memorable one. Yes, I am talking about the event that took place on the 20th day of this year’s April. The day which was anxiously being waited even by those who don’t know the country’s president’s name, Nawaz Sharif, let alone the politics. The Panama Papers Verdict has actually grabbed the attention of everyone out there.