Battling time, injury woes, and unrest within the community over an impending retirement, Roger Federer will try to win the Wimbledon crown for the 9th time next year. As he continues to brush aside G.O.A.T discussions and retirement talks to focus on perfecting his game, we take a look back at the player and his legacy.
Among allegations of sexism, a seemingly unmoving umpire, and arguments breaking out on court, a very important part of the US Open didn’t get the credit it deserved. Here’s a look at how this three-fold chain of events unfurled.
This year’s Independence Day was marked by PM Narendra Modi’s address to the nation regarding the launch of the National Health Protection Mission (AB–NHPM), alternatively labeled Modicare, on 25th September 2018. Here’s a break down of the plan.
Political correctness has become the norm as people tend to display an increased aversion towards viewpoints that do not support their narrative. To broaden our perspectives, we must listen to opinions that we may consider offensive with an open mind.
In light of a number of school shootings that shook the world, we take a look at the underlying reasons why gun violence continues to be a persistent problem in America in spite of the massive public support for firearm regulation.
The remarkable city of Budapest surprises its tourists at every turn with its food, people, and history. The bustling atmosphere of the city charges visitors with the excitement of staying in one of the most architectonic cities of Europe.
The Bratislavian castles stood tall amongst the ruins, a spectacular view witnessed through the hazy dims of the horizon. In a seconds notice, the clear blue skies were masked in a dark veil, showing off Bratislava’s true beauty.
Hot on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the Indian Government plans on building a monitoring tool to help monitor citizens’ data and opinions. What does that mean for your privacy? Read on to find out more.
When Cameron Bancroft was caught tampering with the ball in March, it was the team leadership that bore the brunt of the criticism. If it indeed was Warner instigating Bancroft, Bancroft’s situation would not have been an easy one, and thus difficult to break down into black and white.
India has been embroiled in controversy surrounding changes in textbooks for quite some time. However, neither is this something new nor is it characteristic of only India. History has been used as a tool to influence populations since time immemorial. However, is it in the best interest of students to deprive them of an evidence-based, unbiased education? Or do they just become pawns in a larger war of ideologies?