As the world’s fastest-growing humanitarian crisis worsens right along our border, read about the origins of this long conflict, the recent developments, and India’s stand on the issue.
Coming out is the hardest thing; only second to staying in. At the end of this Pride month, we present to you a journey through the LGBTQ community from the inside out. Eight beautiful people from all over the country that bring perspective to the contemporary scene like never before. Read on to find out the story that binds them all together.
The Indian government has a Bill in the works that could serve as a shocker to those effusively boasting about how religiously tolerant their country is in comparison to the West. In this article, we take a look at what it could possibly entail, should this Bill comes to pass.
A look into Yogi Adityanath’s meteoric rise to power, and what we can expect from him as the Chief Minister of the most populous state in India.
When you call yourself an Indian, or a European or anything else, you breed violence, because you are separating yourself from the rest of mankind. Boundaries have to be transcended, and the current trend that is deepening them is nothing but a step backwards for mankind.
If there is one thing to be taken from Sasikala’s recent foiled attempt at taking over as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, it is the importance of looking over one’s shoulder. In this article, we take a look at the rise and devastating fall of someone who never quite learned how to not bite the hand that feeds.
India sends the second largest number of students for higher education in the US every year. But with Donald J Trump as President, what do MIT students stand to lose (or gain)?
As ISIS struggles to maintain its hold over occupied territories, it continues to expand its scope online, advertising an Islamic ‘Disney World’, with harrowing narratives of teenage recruitment becoming an all too-familiar headline.
As India overtakes Britain as the world’s sixth largest economy, should be take this distinction at face value? Read on to hear our opinion.
When Hasina Faras decided she wanted to contest in the Kolhapur Municipal Corporation’s elections, a body of local clerics warned and threatened her not to. A few months later, she’s the mayor of Kolhapur and a shining beacon of hope, demonstrating how a little grit goes a long way.