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Month: November 2018

Justice?

A number of mass-murderers have passed away in the last 40 years. However, Nuon Chea (92) and Khieu Samphan (87) – the last two surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge […]

Words That Shook Suu Kyi’s Position

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi is facing severe criticism for changing her stance on the Rohingya issue even after her struggle for democracy in Myanmar for almost […]

Empirically An Empire

Abahan Dutta recently arrived in Sergiev Posad – a city in Russia, northeast of Moscow. The city is popularly known as the religious capital of Russia. The headquarters of the Russian […]

Torn Between Creation & Destruction!

Climate Change – often used to refer specifically to anthropogenic climate change or Global Warming – is not a new concept. An international team of scientists recently revealed that human […]

‘The Listeners’?

Is there anybody there? Can you perceive the light that we have lit for you…? The scientists have decided to shoot laser rays to the space in an attempt to […]

A Solid Solitude

The word Loneliness usually bears a negative or anxious feeling. As a social animal, it’s difficult for many of us to believe that some people enjoy loneliness or self-imposed isolation, despite living […]

Reverse Swing & Seam Judgement

Leaders should always be ready to take U-turns in Politics. Hitler and Napoleon had to face defeat because they seemingly did not prepare themselves for this. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran […]

On His Day…

When the Indians were remembering their first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on his birthday on November 14, 2014, current Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Australia. He spent the […]

Wins & Losses

He couldn’t be hanged because the Indian judicial system abhorred the death penalty… Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab (July 13, 1987-November 21, 2012) – the Pakistani terrorist and a member of […]