By: Puneet Ahuja

Throughout our world, hundreds of thousands of children are currently living in various orphanages. These children require our proper care and attention for them to be able to lead a happy life. While most of the orphanages take good care of these children, there are, however some…


By: Preeti Kumari

“Until we consider animal life to be worthy of the consideration and reverence we bestow upon old books and pictures and historic monuments, there will always be the animal refugee living a precarious life on the edge of extermination, dependent for existence on the charity of a…


By: Gautham Jayakrishnan

“The real reason for not committing suicide is because you always know how swell life gets again after the hell is over.” — Ernest Hemingway

An approximate one million people die each year as a result of suicide, i.e., about one in 10,000 deaths (1.4% …


By: Anisha Pattanayak

“Using long bamboo sticks, they were turning over one corpse after the other as they floated down the river, there was an eerie silence and an overwhelming stench,” as the Hiroshima survivor, Hiroyasu Tagawa recalls.”

On 6th August 1945, at 8:15am, as the citizens of Hiroshima were beginning their day, an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima by the US Air Forces (US B-29 bomber, Enola Gay), at the instant of the explosion, intense heat rays and radiation were released in all…


By: Aayushi Srivastava

Looking at the heatwave in Canada last month where the temperature had reached an all-time high of 49.6 ̇C, many people were helpless in this situation having no knowledge or preparation for this adversity. They now have to brace themselves to face perhaps more critical situations like…


By: Mansi Singh

Internet safety or online safety or cyber safety or E-Safety is trying to be safe on the internet and is the act of maximizing a user’s awareness of personal safety and security risks to private information and property associated with using the internet, and the self-protection from…


By: Sannidhya Shanvi

India, right now, accounts for around 1 out of every 3, covid-19 cases that are being recorded worldwide, every day.”

India is burning but without oxygen. A deadly second wave of the coronavirus has left India struggling to even breathe. The hospitals and crematoriums have been overrun…


By: Puneet Ahuja

Stress-Buster

It’s not the load that breaks you down , but the way you carry it .

Stress is something that affects many people each and every day. Life is full of hassles, deadlines, frustrations, and demands. Stress can be very harmful or helpful. It could help motivate you to…


By: Puneet Ahuja

International Development Week is a national event promoted by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). The Agency is concentrating more and more of its bilateral (country to country) aid in a group of 20 countries of focus. This concentration does not include programs carried out in other developing countries by…


By: Srimoyee Chatterjee

World Leprosy Day is celebrated on the last Sunday of January, and aims to raise awareness about a disease that many people believe is extinct.

Leprosy is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium leprae, also known as Hansen’s bacillus (in honor of Gerhard Hansen, the Norwegian physician and…

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