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Monthly Archives: July 2021

Education—Evolution and Necessity for Radical Refinement

Knowledge is a limitless domain, and for its fruitful acquisition, one must be guided properly. Education systems come in handy in such scenarios—they involve the flow of education, from teacher to pupil. Even though this unidirectional transmission has remained the same for aeons, as one navigates through time, one understands that the very purpose of education and its propagation methods have evolved and must continue to do so.

Bleeding Borders: A Tale of India and Pakistan

From skirmishes along the LoC to full-scale wars, from state-sponsored terrorism to double-faced diplomacy–India and Pakistan have not put the decades-old enmity behind them. This article explores the eventful history of the two countries while probing for reason and peace to stem the flow of the bleeding borders.

The Engendered Recession—Shecession

When the coronavirus hit, it wreaked havoc on the world’s economies and the brunt of this fell upon many a nation’s weakest stakeholders—women. From increased household responsibilities due to Work-From-Home for their male counterparts in many situations to job losses due to vulnerability of the sectors they dominate, 2020 effectively undid a major part of women’s economic growth. Read on to learn more!

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