If every challenge could be combated hand in hand; if the blame game was one only played by those below the age of five; if we all stopped turning our backs on one another; if everyone was respected and accepted for who they chose to be; if there was mutual understanding and ego ceased to … Continue reading The world as a “United Nation”
In a world, that today, stands still after the attacks in Brussels; the entire Muslim community is being held under doubt and scrutiny. In a world where some countries are more important than the others and the tremors of superiority complex are felt on an international level. A world where it is understood that some … Continue reading What good is war?
Hey readers, I’d written this article for publishing in the official newsletter of the Acadia University, Canada. The newsletter is called “The Athenaeum”. I won this publication as a result of my journalistic skills at a conference. The newsletter can be found here on page 7. Hope you enjoy it! Regards The voice behind the veil The … Continue reading A brief timeline of the cold war
I cannot even begin to phantom a life without the endless morning clatter in the kitchen, or the silent loving whisper of my mother waking me up. I can’t seem to picture the emptiness of being unable to feel the silkiness of your arms draped across my body, or the subtle wind that blows your … Continue reading Musings of a nostalgic heart
In utter chaos, between missiles and airstrikes; refugees and war; drugs and abuse; danger and darkness. There lay a hospital in a small city of India. Clean white tiles and the smell of hygiene reeked from the newly built four walls. Overwhelmed by tears, friends and family rejoiced around the little ball of beauty that … Continue reading India’s daughter