The killing of Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, by the United States of America, at the start of the new year, is an indication that this year has more developments in store. The international media’s interest in the news of his killing from the moment it
Last few years Indian and Hindu Americans have seen a mercurial rise in their clout in US politics. However, as it stands now, it is nowhere compared to the clout the other minority groups enjoy. Congresswoman Gabbard’s connection to India is her faith. Gabbard is an unabashed practicing Hindu.
The famous phrase ‘I came, I saw, I conquered or ‘veni, vidi, vici' was awaiting its twitter revival approximately 2000 years after it was originally coined by Julius Caesar. If only Donald Trump had not cancelled his scheduled trip to Copenhagen, he could have tweeted those famous words after having met the Scandinavian Vikings, who now
On the 9th November in Copenhagen, Sir Michael David Evans, a Professor of Public International Law and Dean of the faculty of Social Sciences and Law at the University of Bristol, was delivering a lecture on human rights issues. When I had the opportunity to ask him about his opinion on Brexit, he said
What is India doing to tackle the pernicious threat of global warming? This is a key question that will impact on the future of the world as a whole considering the sheer size of the Indian subcontinent. The rapid development of the Indian economy is truly a sight to behold. Millions of people are
The World Economic Forum has just concluded another session held in Davos, Switzerland. While the whole world waited nervously for Donald Trump´s speech, which could cause either anxiety or optimism, some other issues did not get the focus they deserved. What is striking is that a country, India, which