Thailand Protests : What has made students to come to streets?

Protests in Thailand

Thailand has been rung by a new wave of protests which took over the nation in June. Now, the student led protests has become something inevitable for the military leadership of the country. It is the biggest pro-democracy protest in the country since the coup of 2014.The centre of the protest is Bangkok’s Democracy monument. … Read more

Bengaluru Violence: Karnataka Govt’s Claims of “pre-planned” attacks

Bengaluru Violence : बेंगलुरु में फेसबुक पोस्ट पर बवाल, तीन लोगों की मौत

The Bengaluru violence was subsided and the city of Bengaluru is besieged by the armed forces and section 144 has been imposed till 6 PM on 15 August. All this happened to contain the violence that erupted in the city over a Facebook post. On Tuesday evening, a group of people gathered outside the DJ … Read more

Rajasthan Political Crisis: Pilots returns to Jaipur after meeting Rahul Gandhi

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Nearly a month-long Rajasthan political crisis has finally settled down as Sachin Pilot returned to Jaipur after meeting Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra. Pilot met Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, General Secretary of All India Congress Committee on Monday just before the floor test of Ashok Gehlot government scheduled on August 14. Nearly … Read more

SC Adjourns Hearing of Case Against UGC Guidelines till August 14

The confusion around the examinations of final year students still stands unclear as the Supreme Court has adjourned the hearing of case against UGC guidelines till 14th August. On Monday, the SC heard the case against the University Grants Commissions’ (UGC) guidelines of 6th July. The affidavit was filed to question that if the Disaster … Read more

World Tribal Day: Know How Indigenous People Conserve Environment

August 9 is celebrated as the World Tribal Day since 1994. In December 1994, the General Assembly of the United Nations had declared this day to be celebrated as the first International decade of the World’s Indigenous People. The first decade was celebrated from 1995 to 2004. It was followed by the second decade between … Read more

Sri Lanka election results give mandate to Rajapaksa brothers

Sri Lanka on Thursday evening gave its mandate to the Rajapaksa family as the election results were announced. The Sri Lanka Podujan Peramuna (SLPP) won 145 seats in the election that took place on Wednesday. The number is just five seats short of the two-third majority. A more than 70 percent turnout was seen despite … Read more

After Covid-19 China gives the world another virus, a tick-borne virus

Wherein the world is already suffering with Covid-19, China has become the host of another virus, a tick-borne virus called Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Bunyavirus or SFTSV. It has already killed seven people in east China, infecting 60 others. As per the reports of the Chinese daily Global Times, earlier 37 people were infected … Read more

75 years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the fear of nuclear weapons still looms in the world

As Japan marks 75 years of the nuclear bombing that ended the Second World War, the world still faces the dread of a nuclear attack.75 years ago Japan’s Hiroshima and Nagasaki were hit by the USA’s nuclear bombs which was the first time a nuclear weapon was used in a war. The nuclear attack not … Read more

From Rath Yatra to Bhumi Pujan: The Journey of Hindu Rashtra

देश को राम मंदिर नहीं, शिक्षा चाहिए

The ground breaking ceremony of Ram Temple (and consequently Hindu Rashtra) in Ayodhya was marked with the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The event kick started the building of the long awaited Ram temple, and was echoed with chants of “Jai Shri Ram” by none other than PM himself. Though, many questions were raised … Read more