An Astonishing Comeback

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (b. October 27, 1945) has returned to the Presidency of Brazil after 12 years. Jailed for corruption and banned from running for President… Lula has […]

A ‘Tindal’ Effect…

The US has decided to deploy fighter jets, capable of carrying nuclear bombs, in Australia, a country belonging to the QUAD (or the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, a strategic security dialogue […]

The ‘Self’ & The ‘Profile’

The arrival of satellite channels at our drawing rooms in the 1990s, and the increasing usage of smartphones and growing popularity of Social Media in the early 21st Century have […]

Taking A Stand

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), the specialised agency of the UN aimed at promoting World Peace and Security through international cooperation in education, arts, sciences and culture, […]

On Globalisation & World Politics

Authoritarian rulers have emerged in various parts of the world in recent times, and their emergence raises an important question: Is Democracy in danger? In fact, the definition of Democracy […]

Her ‘Belief’ In Chains

Fatemeh ‘Mary’ Mohammadi was born in a Muslim family in Iran. Later, the 24-year-old Human Rights activist converted herself to Christianity, and paid a high price for her faith and […]

In The Headlines, Once Again

Not many people have heard the name of Wong Liu Tsong (January 3, 1905 – February 3, 1961), known professionally as Anna May Wong, until a few days ago. She […]

A ‘Historic’ Development And…

Rishi Sunak (b. May 12, 1980) recently became the third British Prime Minister in three months. It is, of course, a historical development. Apart from that, Sunak has become the […]

A ‘Different’ Foreign Investment

In what may be seen as a huge boost for the Indian defence sector, Swedish firm Saab has decided to manufacture Carl-Gustaf M4 weapon system in the South Asian nation. […]