Pusheen, one of the most popular cats in the world, is now on a mission to spread awareness on the issue of world hunger and malnutrition.
We must not develop the same cracks that tore apart Fukushima; we must not repeat a history that never should have happened in the first place.
Our planet, till date, remains at serious risk.
This short snippet is for you to re-think and evaluate your decision before moving to the Middle East.
Two thirds of the 774 million illiterate adults worldwide are women.
A challenge to deal with issues more relevant and a challenge that is ecologically and economically viable and keeps fund raising at the fore front.
Criminalizing an act of love and a way of life, through engorged standards of morality, chips away at basic human dignity.
There have been numerous examples of journalists and human rights activists, being jailed, sacked, or in extreme cases, killed.
Perhaps, levels of socioeconomic development bind our opportunities and livelihoods with those sharing the same national contexts.
How Maryam Mirzakhani Broke Age Old Gender Barriers: The First Woman To Win Nobel Prize In Mathematics
In the 80 years of its extant, Maryam Mirzakhani is the first woman mathematician to win the Fields Medal.
With austerity and anti-poor politics ruling the mainstream discourse, social protection is either vanishing or becoming abysmally low in quantum
History has shown, that when US and its allies intervenes in other people’s countries, it leads to a catastrophe.
What emerged as an initiator to free the Middle East from the harsh authoritarian regime, has been lost in the labyrinth of problems ranging
Perhaps, the new measures might strike the right chords in strengthening the strained relationship between the two nations.
“There is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people.”
The infamous epidemic has come back to haunt countries of West Africa
There are parallels, of course, with the first two Intifadas, but is this really the long warned Third Intifada?