If the last few weeks were hectic for the 10th and 12th class students, the previous two days did not turn out to be devoid of any sleepless nights either. Continue reading The Board Matter
This year’s Noble Peace Prize winners go in total harmony with the day’s echoing voices against sexual violence. In the time when the world has become more vocal to the cause of women’s injustice, the accolades to Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad powers the movement further. A paediatrician turned gynaecologist, Mukwege is known for his efforts to treat women affected by sexual violence. He was … Continue reading Who is Dr. Mukwege? Who is Nadia Murad? : Everything you need to know about the 2018 Noble Peace Prize
A woman is neither a goddess, nor a slave. It is important to understand the gravity of this statement, especially in light of the #MeToo movement that took Twitter by a storm. Cases of inappropriate advances are seeping up through the layers of the hush-hush. Women are speaking up about the injustices they have suffered, and are exercising their freedom of speech; a right that … Continue reading Here’s why you should care about the Anna Politkovskaya Award
It was in the year 1968 when the diplomatic relations between India and Bhutan got kickstarted with the peninsular nation setting up a resident representative in Thimpu. When Narendra Modi chose Bhutan as his first foreign destination(as the Prime Minister of India), it was clear that this friendship can only become stronger.
From the time I have heard about the rich culture that Bhutanese possess and their expertise in traditional medicine, I have always wanted to see it for myself. And when that opportunity came knocking at the door, I cleared its way. Continue reading The Bhutanese way of life in Delhi
The end of the second world war saw the emergence of many countries from the shadow of colonial rule. The effects of the war had weakened the economic and military power of major colonisers. The period also witnessed the growth of democratic values across the world, and set the stage for many third world countries to gain their independence. So what exactly is colonialism? We … Continue reading Are we really free from colonial control?
Amidst increasing crime incidents, Siddharth Gupta talks about what makes people take up a crime, and what a common man can do on his/her part to make their world a safer place. Continue reading A Crime Story | What causes crime? What can you do about it? | Episode 2
On India’s 71st Independence Day Celebrations, Siddharth Gupta talks about what happened during our freedom struggle, and the values of the Indian movement, that continue to inspire us today. He also tries to answer the question, “what is patriotism?”. Continue reading Indian Independence Struggle | What is Patriotism? | Episode 1