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Month: October 2022

US Spotlight On ‘Operation Searchlight’

Fifty years after the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh, Indian-American Democrat Congressman Ro Khanna and Republican Congressman Seve Chabot introduced a resolution in the House of Representatives on October 14 […]

She Inspired His ‘Art’

The Global Community shall mark the 50th death anniversary of Pablo Ruiz Picasso (October 25, 1881 – April 8, 1973), in April 2023. An exhibition recently opened at the Picasso […]

A Vital Voice For Human Rights

If one keeps aside the memory of the Cold War from the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize, then the person can concentrate only on an important need… the need of a […]

Jailed, For Her Reportage

Niloufar Hamedi, the journalist who triggered the Anti-Hijab Movement in Iran by clicking photos of Mahsa Amini in the third week of September 2022, is currently in a prison. It […]

A ‘Situational’ Analysis!

Commenting on the cusp of Indian Independence in 1947, former Prime Minister of Britain Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (November 30, 1874 – January 24, 1965) was heard saying: “… […]

A Complex Developmental Condition

A British television channel used to telecast a serial a long time ago. The story was all about a unique boy, who had Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). However, he could […]

On Environmentalism

There are certain anxieties that can be alleviated by making them a part of our lives, and the Environmental Crisis is definitely one of them. One should remember that there […]

Disputed & Biased

Her works are based mainly on personal memories. Annie Ernaux (b. September 1, 1940), one of the most popular figures in contemporary French literature who is famous for her autobiographical […]

The Day The World ‘Almost’ Died

Stanislav Yevgrafovich Petrov (September 7, 1939 – May 19, 2017), a Lieutenant Colonel of the Soviet Air Defence Forces, had saved the world on September 26, 1983. During the Cold […]