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Category: Violence

Tracing A Life-Taking Bullet

Journalists thought that at least, they were safe. They had no idea that they would have to face the bullets. The New York Times investigation recently revealed that Shireen Abu […]

Cutting Lives Shorter

Well, life expectancy of the Indians may be reduced by five years on an average due to air pollution, and not because of pandemic, natural disaster or extreme poverty! In […]

A ‘Noble’ Cause, Indeed

Dmitry Andreyevich Muratov (b. October 29, 1961), the Russian journalist, television presenter and the Editor-in-Chief of the Novaya Gazeta daily, who was awarded the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize jointly with […]

Escaping Economic Crisis

The little children are in panic, as they have experienced a lot of harassment in recent times. Their future, too, is uncertain. Risking their lives, these children, along with their […]

Towards A Permanent Conflict

The number, 100, has a special significance. When a person, organisation or event reaches this milestone, it becomes worthy of celebration, or remembrance. The war between Russia and Ukraine, which […]

The (Anti)Social Networking

It seems that surfing Social Media has become more than just a leisure-time activity for many. While the Social Media often become platforms for attacking political opponents, sometimes the Netizens […]

On Flawed Perspective Of World’s Problems

Indian Minister of External Affairs Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar recently sent a strong message to Europe, saying that Europe’s problems should not be considered as global problems. Speaking at the Globsec […]

After Nine Months & Some Days

India had virtually snapped ties with Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of the war-ravaged South Asian nation on August 15, 2021. Exactly nine and a half months later, the […]