26/11: The Unforgettable

A decade has passed since the 26/11 but the mere thought of it still leaves people shell-shocked. On 26th November 2008 terrorist attacks took place in Mumbai by 10 members of Pakistan based terrorist organization, Lashkar-e-Taliba. They carried out series of shootings and bombings, lasting four days, in Mumbai. These attacks began on 26th November 2008 and lasted until 29th …

Eating Disorders: The Youth In Danger

Today’s youth is facing many problems ranging from their social media image to suffering from severe depression. And eating disorders are the new emerging problem among the youth. Eating disorders are rising all over the world but it’s showing an exponential growth in case of the youth of this society. Eating Disorder What are eating disorders? Eating disorders are mainly …

Education – A Bare Necessity

11th November is celebrated as National Education Day in India. We are a country that needs to focus its attention majorly on educating our children. Education plays a vital role in the life of every human being. Giving a unique personality and character to each and everyone, education moulds us into the individuals we become. It makes us capable enough …

Intolerance: A new face of democracy

India is the largest democracy in the whole wide world. It is a multi-religion and multi-cultural nation so, there is bound to be a difference in opinions. And being a democratic country, each and every citizen of India has a right to have his/her opinion. But today people seem to have forgotten this fundamental right given to every citizen of …

Farmers In Crisis

India is an agrarian country with 70% of its population that depends directly or indirectly on agriculture. And yet today, India is going through an agrarian crisis. This phenomenon of farmer suicides that started from the 1990s. The number of farmer suicides has been increasing exponentially and this is the sad reality of our country even after 72 years of independence. …