More often than not, society fails to understand that an individual is not defined by one’s religion, race, gender, sexual orientation, or ethnicity—they are just a part one’s identity. How one perceives the world and feels about issues is for each to decide for oneself.
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.
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.
Politics has regressed to a dormant state where principles stand only if they help score brownie points. The fundamental concept of principles and standing up for them has become completely irrelevant. Hypocrisy inherently surfaces on both sides of the political spectrum.
The media has recently been rocked by international debate regarding North Korea and its nuclear policy. With Trump and Kim exchanging verbal abuses on the trot, how to effectively curb this menace becomes the paramount question.
While the exit polls may predict a victory for BJP in tomorrow’s Gujarat elections, the polls also predict a significant drop in the party’s voter base, along with a steady growth in the number of voters for Congress.
On the fourth of February, 2014, the Gawker published a post summarising the multiple sexual assault allegations against comedian Bill Cosby. The ensuing scandal lead to the cancellation of most of Cosby’s TV and film projects. It also revealed to the public his many years of atrocious sexual
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent comments fuelled a fire, but they are also testimony to a much larger problem with the state of political discourse in India. With the fight to control the Rajya Sabha getting harder, what do we stand to lose if this problem continues?
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.