Could Paris attacks have been prevented?

  It was a kind of terrorist attack France had never witnessed before. Terrorists had staged coordinated strikes at six different locations across Paris, killing at least 129 people and injuring more than 300 others. Earlier in January, terrorists had also targeted the office of France’s popular weekly satirical magazine called Charlie Hebdo. Eleven people […]

Crimes of Moral Turpitude

Moral crimes against women have existed through time in several parts of the world. The problem with moral crimes is that it has different interpretations in different societies, where a thin line divides what is acceptable and what is condemnable. Either ways, victims are mostly girls or women, while in some cases, it involves boys, […]

Life after Fukushima

The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster The meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant in March 2011 was one of the worst nuclear disasters of recent times. The plant was one of Japan’s premier nuclear energy producing stations and among the top 15 power plants in the world. Commissioned in 1971 to help fuel the nation’s growing […]

Climate Change over the Century

For years now scientists and governments have discussed and debated the effects of climate change and global warming. Very little has been done, however, in terms of combating the effects of rapid industrialization and human intrusion on the environment. The human populace at large is yet to wake up to the fact that such uninhibited […]