3 mn read India just like other countries has not completely removed restrictions on moving freely place to place. In-spite of this, tourist places in the country especially hill stations are marking record number of visitors and are neglecting precautions like staying away from overcrowded areas, wearing no masks and carrying fake RT PCR reports.
5 mn read The search for bodies has come to an end exactly one month after the collapse of Champlain Towers South. The 12 story beachfront condo partially crashed to the ground during the predawn hours of June 24th, making it one of the deadliest building collapses in American history. Now, the condo building where hundreds of people once lived is now an empty pit that torments the Surfside community — after years of delayed action.
5 mn read In a democratic country, as part of the separation of powers, the Judiciary’s functioning is kept independent of the Legislature and the Executive’s ambit in order to avoid any undue influence of the ruling dispensation in the quest for justice. Essentially, if the judiciary is subverted, the ethos of democracy is in peril. In the Indian Subcontinent, if there is one country that has repeatedly witnessed the undermining of its judiciary, it’s none other than Pakistan. Let’s examine this in detail.
3 mn read Not long ago, Indian administration started off a separate vaccination drive for Indian students who are planning to travel overseas for academics. The move is highly appreciated by the students and their families as it cleared one of the main hurdles in their way. But to their surprise, another obstacle just came in and halted the procedure. According to the students, travelling Spain for studies are facing visa issuance problem. Since India is experiencing delta variant cases too from last month, the result of mutation in corona virus, it has put India on red list that prohibits Spain administration to issue study visa to Indian students.
4 mn read “In my fathers’s dream, a little girl knocked on his door, and she looked about seven or eight years old. She asked him if she could borrow his pen. But in the dream, my father didn’t have a computer. He didn’t know how to type. All he had as a weapon to defend himself was a pen. My father said to her, ‘This is the only thing I have, and I can’t give it to you.’ And the little girl said, ‘After I’ve done with this pen, I will give it back.'” This was the dream that Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng retold 4 years ago in is his last conversation with his daughter Grace Gao.
3 mn read Ever since the Covid virus widespread, it has mutated multiple times with mainly similar symptoms. Now serious question that arises is about the extremity of the virus and how long will it keep mutating?
3 mn read It was 2020 when Pakistani law enforcement Authorities disclosed horrifying news about organ Transplantation from Pakistan to China.
5 mn read The withdrawal of US and allied forces from Afghanistan is proceeding faster than scheduled. At the same time, terrorist activities in Afghanistan have intensified although the Taliban are refusing to take the responsibility for the latest militia operations. The Kabul administration still controls Afghan cities and towns, while the Taliban’s grip on rural areas remains strong.
3 mn read Indian Air force in Jammu has tighten up its security right after drones with heavy loaded explosives dropped bombs on Jammu air force station on 27th June. It not only threatened the aviation security but also disclosed operational gaps.
4 mn read 1 July 2021 saw the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrate its 100th birthday, as well as being the 24th anniversary of the end of British Sovereignty over Hong Kong as a Crown colony, and the beginning of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region under CCP’s rule. The anniversary raises many questions in relation to the perceived identities of Hongkongers, and whether Hongkongers see themselves as Chinese, Hongkongers, or a mix of both.