The Balancing Act: The UK’s Tough Stance on Russia and ChinaOn March 17, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
The recent accusations made by the United Kingdom against Russia and China have brought to the forefront the growing danger, disorder, and division that plagues the world today. These accusations are not new, given the assertive behaviour of both countries on the global stage. However, they come at a critical juncture where the erosion of the rules-based international order has become a major concern for the international community. The need for a collective response to these threats is imperative to ensure international peace and security.
Breaking the Shackles of Injustice: Insaaf’s Battle for Judicial Reforms in IndiaOn March 17, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
On March 15, 2023, Kapil Sibal, a well-respected Indian politician and lawyer, launched the ‘Insaaf’ initiative, a new platform dedicated to advocating for much-needed reforms in India’s judicial system. During the launch event, Sibal spoke passionately about the alleged misuse of government investigative agencies, like the ED and CBI, and its negative impact on the Indian justice system.
The Teen Vaping Epidemic: A Crisis We Cannot IgnoreOn March 14, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
In recent years, vaping has emerged as a popular trend, especially among adults looking for a less harmful alternative to traditional cigarettes.
From Flavor to Fatality: The Global Burden of High Salt Intake and the Need for Immediate ActionOn March 13, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
Salt, a mineral we often take for granted, can be a silent killer. While it is true that our bodies need it in small amounts, the excessive intake of salt has dire consequences for public health. According to the WHO Global Report on Sodium Intake Reduction, the world is facing a massive crisis in terms of high salt intake, and countries must take urgent action to address it.
Princess Noor’s Courageous Legacy of Light: Empowering Women in the Non-Negotiable Battle for Rights Through Education.On March 10, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
As Princess Noor Inayat Khan bravely faced her captors, her heart ached with the pain of being stripped of her freedom. Her voice shook as she shouted “Liberte,” a cry for the very thing that had been ripped away from her. All she had ever wanted was to pursue her passion for music, but instead,