The Internet and a Message for the World
Communication is so fast and so efficient that many consider it a miracle that in this time we can speak to anyone in the world in an instant. The Internet is the modern marvel and everyone has access to it in one way or another. Mobile phones, tablets, and other devices puts it in the category of a huge mountain of knowledge and access to exchange ideas and search out answers to any problem.Iraq War and the Aftermath
It was a huge mistake when the President of the United States decided to punish Iraq for the 9/11 attack on his country. The question is how much was such an act justified and what happens now? An Inquiry in Britain has apportioned blame on the leaders of the countries involved and that will lead to huge compensation claims.Brexit and What We Should Learn: To Exit or Next-It?
Great Britain might not have to leave the European Union after all. Regardless of what happens, everyone in the European Union and in Great Britain can learn valuable lessons from this move to leave the EU. This article suggests that everyone should work together for peace while learning from this Brexit. Should the Britons decide they still wish to remain in the European Union, they should let Scotland and Northern Ireland speak their own minds.Look at It From Outside to See the Deadly Horrors Within the USA
With the rest of the world looking on and intrigued by the attitude of a few who hold the country to ransom there is little sympathy for the gun violence in the USA. The statistics are appalling and one wonders how and why this great nation got itself into this predicament. Children, parents, brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, and uncles are murdered every year and still the world waits for some common sense law to change the situation.Why We Need to Be More Ambitious About Food in India
How many times do we read a bunch of food stories from BuzzFeed or The Conde Nast Traveller? It’s probably one every day or if we are not that really a foodie, a few every week. Stories of food depravity don’t really cross our minds, isn’t it? India is home to 194.6 million undernourished people, the highest in the world as reported by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. This makes up 15% of our population. But the facts about under-fed and hungry kids are way more alarming. While the report did state that the number of underweight children declined from 49.2 per cent in 1990 to 30 per cent in 2013, it’s just not enough. Unless every non-governmental organisation in India strives to feed every child in India, this situation wouldn’t improve.