Monday, October 25, 2021


New Signs of Democracy Takeover Sudan, is a Better Future Around the Corner?

The political transition in Sudan may be bringing it a step closer to democracy, but will it not be difficult to move beyond the gigantic obstacles that have wrecked its political fabric for long enough?

Hong Kong Protests Against Extradition Bill, Many Injured

Protests have been going on in Hong-Kong against a controversial extradition bill. The protests have sustained for over twelve weeks.

Can Wars be Averted in Future?

Successful banning of weapons of mass destruction, targeting the root cause of cross-border conflict and a global bent towards peace may be important steps in averting war.

Women’s Day / Women are winning over the World despite the Odds

Women’s Day/ As we commemorate Women’s Day and salute the strong spirit of women across the world, we share a few positive stories from all around the world.

Challenges of Intolerance and War are Crucial to Education in Our Times

BRINGING UP CHILDREN The challenges of bringing up our children in an increasingly turbulent world demand that parents and educators throughout the world unite and strive for ways to inculcate peace and brotherhood across the world.

Clean Drinking Water Continues to be a Distant Dream in India

THE BRIEFING The National Rural Drinking Water Programme has failed.  And it is indeed a matter of great disillusionment for a nation whose population suffers every single day to have access to clean and non-polluted water.

Humanitarian and Health Crisis in Yemen: Looking Beyond the War

HEALTH Yemen’s health crisis continues to impact the lives of thousands of people who are paralysed by a broken healthcare system and inhuman living conditions born out of war. It is time that the on-going war in Yemen is addressed and people’s lives are brought to normalcy. Priyanka Yadav

Public Campaign Can Greatly Reduce Accidents and Related Distress

The World Health Organization (WHO) tells us that among the various causes of death by injuries, over 50% were caused by accidents while 29% were caused by suicides, homicides and war combined together. 21% were caused by other injuries.

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