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Bridging Literacy Gap Digitally

Today is International Literacy Day. The world celebrates the day under the theme of ‘Literacy in a digital world’. This year’s theme reflects on the need to provide digital literacy skills to people to help them navigate increasingly digitally-oriented societies. The theme also highlights

History of Nuclear Testing

Out of all the means of annihilation available at the disposal of man, nuclear weapons are the most potent and destructive. The first glimpse of their overwhelming and devastating power was showcased by the USA in Japan during the last phase of World War II. Given their ability to inflict unacceptab

The end of Triple Talaq

After months of deliberation and consultation, the court finally reserved it decision on May 18. The verdict came out on 22nd August in support of women. The majority of the bench observed that Triple Talaq is against basic tenets of Quran and hence unconstitutional.

Giving What They Deserve

Armed conflicts are the reason for most humanitarian crises. According to the UN Secretary General, globally, more than 65 million people have been displaced by conflict, violence or persecution.
The world was rendered speechless when the disturbing video of five-year-old Syrian boy Omran Daqneesh,

India at 70

On 15th August 1947, an epoch making event with few parallels in human history took place. After centuries of subjugation, one of the most ancient civilizations of the world got betrothed to democracy. The nation-state’s tryst with destiny began soon afterwards. Soon after alighting out of the