“In peace, sons bury their fathers. In war, fathers bury their sons.” Such was the aftermath of the attack on the 16th of December, 2014, when 132 sons and daughters from The Army Public School in Peshawar were buried, having been killed by men of the
It was a big moment for the triumphant party’s government as well as the citizens of the country, as the world waited with baited breath to see what the powerful Modi government had in store for the economic growth starved country. A leather briefcase clasped amorously to
The ICC Cricket World Cup, in its eleventh edition, has been a package of some high octane exhilarating action, with its share of ups and downs. As the World Cup approaches the business end of the tournament, it is only appropriate that we get our ABCs right.
Not very long ago, the U.S. Senate approved a bill aimed at comprehensive immigration reforms, which needless to say, have not been very populist. With the task of curbing the continued influx of immigrants in mind, formulating complex policies has been the norm. Countries all across the globe
When Emma Watson speaks, the world listens. Or, half the world, anyway. Which is just as well, given that this International Women’s Day, the actress will be talking about and taking questions regarding the program for gender equality she launched at this year’s World Economic Forum: the