Current Affairs

The Great Game of China

North Korea’s Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-Un on Saturday claimed to have successfully tested an engine designed for an inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM). “Now North Korea can tip new type inter-continental ballistic rockets with more powerful nuclear warheads and keep any cesspool of evils in the earth including the US mainland within our striking range,” exclaimed Kim, who monitored the test. China has been alleged by the international community of aiding

An honour to the Women of ISRO

Two years back India proudly stabilized its famous Mangalyan into the Mars orbit. With this India became just the fourth in the world and first in Asia to reach Mars. Importantly no nation in the world has accomplished this feat in its first attempt. Moreover India’s technology is the cheapest and yet most-advanced in the world. To achieve this, around 500 scientists of ISRO worked day and night to write

Nuclear Security Summit 2016

Leaders of more than 50 countries are convening in the US capital of Washington D.C. today for the fourth Nuclear Security Summit 2016, a high-level diplomatic world meeting, aimed at preventing nuclear terrorism around the globe. The recent deadly attacks in Brussels have fueled grave concerns in the minds of world leaders that Islamic State and other radical terrorist organizations could eventually target nuclear plants and develop radioactive “dirty bombs”.

Solid Waste Management Crisis – A Major Challenge of Mega Cities

Solid Waste Management is one of the major challenges faced by almost all the countries and particularly by mega cities over the globe. The mega cities in India too are facing it. The collection of waste and its disposal is a major question and headache before the administration.  The recent fire incidents at Deonar dumping ground in Mumbai is a stark example. The recurrent fires in same manner and at

Exponent Group of Journals

Dr. Aniruddha Dhairyadhar Joshi (Sadguru Aniruddha Bapu), in his special discourse on Ram Rajya, delivered on May 6, 2010, had spelt out various projects that formed part of his vision of Ram Rajya that would be ushered in, by the year 2025. These projects, he had said, would collectively be instrumental in achieving that goal. The Exponent Group of Journals was one such project. As Bapu had said in this

Smriti Irani

The Union Minister for HRD, Mrs. Smriti Irani countered very effectively, all questions raised in the context of the JNU, in the house of the Parliament. Afzal Guru was given ample and fair opportunity to defend himself before the Supreme Court pronounced the death sentence. He was even granted repeated chances to make mercy petitions. It was only following these fair chances that the death sentence was executed. And yet

JNU, जेएनयू

The Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh had said that the incident at ‘JNU’ had the backing and support of Hafiz Saeed, the Chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawa. The Home Minister’s statement was based on the Twitter account of Hafiz Saeed wherein the Chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawa had tweeted his support towards the anti-India elements in the JNU. Further in his tweet, Hafiz Saeed had also demanded that Pakistan Government support this trend. However


The student organizations from ‘JNU’ that support glorification of demon Mahishasur and their representatives claim to represent the poor and backward classes. But proofs have emerged of the baselessness in these claims. After seeing the posters of ‘Mahishasur Martyrdom Day’ Event the infuriated student of tribal classes from JNU have strongly objected to it. The pamphlet released by the these students of JNU against this event itself starts with praise


Arrested by the Delhi police on charges of sedition, Kanhaiya Kumar, the leader of the students union was released on interim bail. There have been celebrations in the JNU ever since. Almost all news channels are beaming interviews with ‘Kanhaiya’. Some, it has been alleged project this student leaders as a ‘political hero’. JNU becomes in the meanwhile, an epicenter of an earthquake sending periodic shockwaves through the nation. Until

Smriti Irani

The JNU row has tarnished the country’s image. ‘It has even had an adverse effect on tourism’ said Shri. Mahesh Sharma, the Minister of State for Tourism expressing his regret. Also, the events in the past few days have scurried on at whirlwind speed threatening in the process, to blur the memory of the exact how and when of this JNU row that tainted the country’s image. (To read and