The crisis in Yemen, due to prolonged conflict, has led to tremendous impacts on human life, basic public services, and the economy. More than 3.6 million people have displaced, and nearly 17 million are in dire need of food. Approximately 100 civilians were killed or injured each week in 2018. The toll on innocent peoples is only becoming more critical as … Continue reading Yemen: A country on the verge of extinction
The startup Garuda Aerospace, Mumbai-based ideaForge, and Telangana-based Marut, - all three, working towards sanitization and COVID pandemic, can be viewed as potential competitors.
Many a time we make wishes and sadly forget about them too soon. Every day we observe anomalies in our society and such wishes pop up, yet again somewhere in our busy minds and we do nothing else but 'keep wishing'. This goes on a recurring basis in the heart of every single individual, but … Continue reading Be the change. Be the overdose of inspiration.
With their population still striving to recover from almost three centuries of whaling, the North Atlantic right whale is presently just "one mark away from extinction," according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The IUCN moved the whale's status on their Red List from "endangered" to "critically endangered" – the ultimate stop before the species … Continue reading “Humans don’t care about other species” – North Atlantic right whales
India-China-Iran The changing geopolitical equation for India vis-à-vis China strengthens the incentive for New Delhi to align much more closely with the United States in the Middle East and the Indo-pacific regions. As Washington alone has realized, nevertheless, New Delhi will battle to explore immediate-acting regional companions in its growing conflict with China. India's new … Continue reading Is India’s Chabahar calculus drifting away ?
India, US, Russia, UK are fast-tracking their methods to develop a vaccine for the virusUS, China, and Western Europe have all established research programs and supply chains for Covid-19 vaccine production The race for developing a potential Covid-19 vaccine is in the rounds for quite some time. The novel coronavirus cases across the world have … Continue reading Countries on its search for COVID-19 vaccine
“Until you realize how easy it is for your mind to be manipulated, you remain the puppet of someone else's game.” ― Evita Ochel There is a slightly lunatic argument that says that humanity reached the peak of civilization at some point between the 1950s and today. This peak, the argument goes, was enjoyed by the … Continue reading Thought control ? We don’t need it.
Women need to continue to dream and realize their potential International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on March 8. While we are happy to see the literacy rate among women in India rise and welcome women leaders in various fields, the facts state that female foeticide is still prevalent in our country and dowry … Continue reading Unfinished gender tasks
This isn't a political conflict. It's a humanitarian crisis. - Jesselyn Cook On March 15, the Syrian civil war entered its eighth year. Meanwhile, more than 465,000 Syrians have been killed in the fighting, over a million injured, and over 12 million - half the country's prewar population - have been displaced from their homes. … Continue reading Syrian Paradox: Civil war 3.0 on the cards?
Much like the spearheading India-France vital partnership of 1998, the assertions marked amid President Emmanuel Macron's visit are set to reinforce respective collaboration during an era of worldwide transition. The Joint Vision Statement on the Indian Ocean Region is obviously gone for countering China's developing nearness in the locale. Also, the International Solar Alliance, recommitment … Continue reading Indo-French harmony: From Macron to Modi