A staggering 65.6 million people worldwide, more than double the population of Nepal, were forcibly displaced from their homes owing to conflict or persecution by the end of 2016, UNHCR said in a report just before the World Refugee Day on 20 June.
By Abijit Sharma Jun 25, 2017
Just last week in a press conference, Trump made a claim that he won the most electoral college votes since Ronald Reagan. Only that he did not. When a reporter pointed out that this was not true, the President went on to insist that he had meant the
By Abijit Sharma Feb 24, 2017
The following year, Russian Aerospace Forces began a sustained campaign of air strikes against both ISIL and the anti-Assad rebel groups. The result: a proxy in which arch-rivals US and Russia locked horns for influence over the impoverished Middle
By Abijit Sharma Oct 01, 2016
Many accuse him of promoting death squads to kill drug users and peddlers. According to human rights organizations, many of the deceased have been killed despite surrendering and many others have been killed simply out of their personal animosity wit
By Abijit Sharma Sep 15, 2016
The biggest achievement for AAP has been the high moral ground in which it has conducted its business. According to an India Today – GFK Mode Survey, a majority 51 per cent felt that corruption had reduced in the capitalin the last one year.
By Abijit Sharma Feb 19, 2016
The recent shooting spree in the West, including the deadly attack in Parisand the increasing radicalization of young Western Muslims point towards one thing – that global terror has indeed entered into a new phase in the form of ‘home-grownterrorism
By Abijit Sharma Dec 12, 2015