As central banks around the world try their best to combat the rising inflation, the global edible oil crisis, caused by a variety of reasons, has unsettled the economic recovery.
Conflicts are eternal, what matters is how they are dealt with. India has managed to keep her international water conflicts at bay but her domestic conflicts often get out of hand and become violent at the first chance that people see.
Over the past decade, Netflix has become a household name in entertainment and pop culture. The first half of 2022, however, has not been particularly kind to the company.
For the past century or so, it is the record labels that have been influential in the growth of the music industry, developing it into a commercial enterprise rather than artistic pursuit.
In continuance with the theme of analyzing issues of environmental clearances within India, this article provides yet another perspective on faulty regulatory regimes being the primary cause of coastal erosion.
By holistically understanding the properties of hydrogen fuel, a comparison between hydrogen fuel and other alternatives can be drawn which will help to further understand the best and most sustainable option in the world today.
Each country wishes to provide for and protect the welfare of its own
citizens but in the case of attempting to safeguard their water resources,
a lot of countries start infringing on the water rights of other nations.
The article discusses the implementational status of the Right to Education (2009) Act, 13 years after its enactment. It picks a few key factors and promises by the law and provides a commentary on how they have fared against the test of reality.
While it is great to see the world jump back to normal, climate change and global warming are still a massive threat to life and the environment, and ensuring ecotourism and sustainable tourism is the right path for economies to recover from the pandemic.
The tussle between environment and development has been existing since the beginning of industrialisation and will continue to exist. Sustainable development is found to be the middle ground or the binding force between these polarised realms. But what does this principle entails? Has it been carved out well by the judiciary? The article attempts to answer these by examining the judgement on government initiated Char Dham Project.
New Pakistan PM, Shehbaz Sharif’s key priorities will be addressing the country’s economic challenges, keeping a disparate coalition of right-wing and left-leaning parties together and a foreign policy less hostile to the west. While with India, people-to-people ties could get a boost and there is scope for resumption of bilateral trade via the Wagah-Attari land crossing. However, Sharif has limited political capital for any big ticket initiatives.
Destin Cretton’s Just Mercy is a steadfast journey through the real-life story of a black-man and how he is wrongfully sent to death-row for a murder he didn’t commit. The movie exposes the persistent racial injustice in the criminal justice system in the USA.