A gruesome attack on junior doctors at the Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital, located in the heart of Kolkata, has brought the issue of violence against doctors to the foreground. Now, with doctors across the country hosting protests, this disconcerting series of events begs the question—are doctors, our primary caretakers, truly safe in this nation?
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.
North America and Eurasia faced a brutal winter due to the Polar Vortex, with parts of the US experiencing temperatures colder than Antarctica. Here’s a look at the Polar Vortex and its widespread effect on the Northern countries and India.
Large populations of stray dogs is a pressing matter for civic authorities everywhere. We at The Post sit with Captain’s Animal Care Trust, one of Manipal’s leading dog welfare trusts and explore the problems that these animals pose and the measures employed to handle the situation.
Between April and May of 2019, an estimated 900 million citizens will decide who will form the ruling party of India. The MIT Post talks about the involvement and interest of the students of MIT in elections and politics in general.
The gradual but certain increase in internet usage is making rural populations the greatest un-tapped treasure in the Indian e-commerce space. With start-ups and big players like Amazon both expanding into rural markets, the online marketplace in India is braced for change.
Britain is set to leave the European Union in March of this year. The Government has negotiated and a withdrawal deal is on the floor. But if a majority of the UK population voted to leave the EU then why hasn’t the deal been passed yet? Why is there opposition from the Parliament and the public, if the PM is delivering on what the people demanded? Brexit is a web of diplomatic bureaucracy that holds the power to shape the global economy, and the longer it takes to unravel, the more the uncertainty around Britain’s future increases.
India’s has leveraged military diplomacy in its external relations since Independence. In the present times, the nation has hosted multiple training exercises and meets to earn strategic positions in international affairs as well as national security. The foreign policies have promoted its friendly nature across various countries.
“Mass surveillance has value—just not for saving lives. These programs are about power.”
With more and more of our lives being spent online, our data reveals too much about us for us to not be mindful of it. Our generation’s great war is the battle for privacy and the struggle to guard it, especially from governments looking to leverage it for power.
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.