Is India heading towards a child labor-free society with ILO?

Child labor is a serious and complex problem in India which is rooted in poverty. The position of India in terms of child labor is not an appreciable one, with a credible estimate ranging from 60 to 115 million. According to a Campaign Against Child Labor (CAC) 2001 study, India had 12.6 million child laborers. However, this number has now been decreased decreased to 4.35 million. … Continue reading Is India heading towards a child labor-free society with ILO?

Venezuela: Money, Politics and Chaos

Venezuela is experiencing a socioeconomic crisis and national calamity. Presently, the country is in a state of emergency after two months of anti-government protests. This resulted in violent clashes between the government and its citizens. According to local sources, this situation has caused the deaths of over 50 people and led to violent confrontations with the police. Venezuela has the world’s highest inflation rate, set to hit … Continue reading Venezuela: Money, Politics and Chaos

India ditches China’s OBOR summit

The primary objective of the One Belt One Road initiative  is to improve connectivity and cooperation among Asian countries, Africa, China and Europe.Inspired by the Silk Road, the medieval trade routes between Europe and Asia, the emphasis is on increasing land as well as maritime routes. The policy is significant for China since it aims to boost domestic growth in the country. It is even noted that OBOR is … Continue reading India ditches China’s OBOR summit

Montenegro’s NATO membership

Amid the tumultuous political landscape in the West, historic alliances are being formed in Europe. Montenegro, an ex-Soviet state has finally joined NATO. In a political and geographic landscape surrounded by other NATO countries in Europe, one more member to the organization has shook the Russian establishment. Here’s what it means for the global political scenario. Montenegro declared independence on 3 June 2006 and soon … Continue reading Montenegro’s NATO membership

Nano-biotechnology: The new frontier in India-Australia relations.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull inaugurated the world’s most advanced nano-biotechnology research center. Nanotechnology is a part of science and technology about the control of matter on the atomic and molecular scale. In a joint effort to boost education and research in the field of nano-biotechnology in India, TERI and Deakin University, Australia recently launched the world’s most advanced nano-biotech … Continue reading Nano-biotechnology: The new frontier in India-Australia relations.

War And What Follows

War and violence is the untold truth about humanity. It is not like those aspects are persistent in society, it is important to understand that we created those evils, doesn’t matter willing or not. It is satirical enough to think that first man builds huge buildings only to destroy everything later because of his ego. The foremost question we need to ask ourselves today is … Continue reading War And What Follows