Tuesday, January 19, 2021
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anshtewatia

2020: A year of pain

Covid-19 changed the way this world lived and those changes are now permanent. It took lives, took businesses, brought worldwide unemployment, brought recession, ruined careers and whatnot.

Weapons of ignorance and misinformation

The central government needs to tackle with this new weapon of misinformation and it is high time it does so because the country takes a huge loss during these protests plus some people even lose their lives.

Secularism – The Indian version

The country needs to wake up from this noxious religious opium which these parties are giving since the independence. Especially the liberal youth who try to prove everybody wrong, should start acting like real seculars instead of being some politically controlled puppets.

Sinful world of today

As reported by a senior intelligence officer of the US, the Chinese have made a plan to rule the world and use each and every possible technique in the book to achieve this goal.

India at the borders

The unfortunate year of 2020 is keeping its nastiness upheld and this time the globe is at war.

The jargon of free speech

Raising voice and making oneself heard is the right of every citizen, but adopting violence is not. The generation needs to understand the evil motive of the political parties and the repercussions they can face when they violate laws.

China- Dark spot of the globe

To keep the countries away from criticizing them, China has now adopted their old petty practices to poke its neighbours and own countrymen. By doing so the Chinese government is trying to gain sympathy and take revenge for the worldwide criticism at the same time.

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Who else knew about Balakot besides Arnab? Watch..

An another targeting of this fearless journalist!

Maratha expedition in the land of five rivers

Today, Indians have to get over with their linguistic, religious, regional and caste divides as soon as possible. All these fault lines are waiting to be exploited by the outsiders. Basically the Battle of Panipat teach us how NOT to fight a battle.

Impeachment: American democracy on trail

The violence of Capitol Hill on 6th January gave birth to a demand solely advocated by Democrats that we should impeach Donald...

What’s new in WhatsApp’s privacy policy update 2021? Is it concerned about the privacy of the users?

We will explore why WhatsApp has rolled out payments in India and other countries. It is not shocking to discern this part of the WhatsApp privacy policy getting promoted further.

Opposition politics and world’s largest Corona vaccination program

The statement which made me write this article is from Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav’s latest Statement as ‘When will the COVID vaccine reach the poor people?’

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Daredevil of Indian Army: Para SF Major Mohit Sharma’s who became Iftikaar Bhatt to kill terrorists

Such brave souls of Bharat Mata who knows every minute of their life may become the last minute.

“Power over People”: A tale of two democratically elected leaders

We talk about some parallels between two world leaders (Trump and Mrs. Gandhi) from the oldest and the largest democracies who chose power over people and had a very unfortunate and sad ending.

Girija Tickoo murder: Kashmir’s forgotten tragedy

her dead body was found roadside in an extremely horrible condition, the post-mortem reported that she was brutally gang-raped, sodomized, horribly tortured and cut into two halves using a mechanical saw while she was still alive.

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