Author: Mannat Punia

Mannat is a sophomore year student at MCM DAV College studying literature and political science. She writes veracious opinion pieces (mostly political) and poetry while exploring other genres. And has a keen interest in editing and research.

As unfortunate anticipation, the World Inequality Report, 2022 is a database of sad truth. The report depicts and analyses the global inequality trends, further segregating them nation wise. The inequality data report inculcates gender, environmental and tax justification aspects. The data is a neat representation of high disparities between the poorest and the wealthiest global adult population in terms of global wealth and global income. The report depicts numerical data and factors leading to a benchmark of inequality. It also provides an insight into societal structures promoting income inequality.  India’s data analysis showcases its bitter polar side – soaring inequality…

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The Delta variant started to ebb away its constraints, and a fresh threat has emerged. The Omicron variant of Covid-19, first discovered in South Africa, has infected several nations. The data to trace the long-term impact of the strain is still insufficient. As the scientists work in haste to study and derive the threat, some facts are apparent . World Health Organization has cleared that the transmissibility of the new variant is twice that of the Delta variant. Eventually, making it worse and more severe than the Delta variant. Delta variant was a dominant variant, causing high hospitalisation rates, but Omicron…

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Once again, a district of India’s very dear seven sisters bears the burden of a mistake laying down the bodies of 14 innocent civilians. On 4th December, the Indian Military situated in the north-eastern region, by caring politicians over decades, mistakenly committed a murder. Thirteen civilians were shot dead in a district in Nagaland at an Indo-Myanmar border. Fifteen people, including 14 civilians and one special forces personnel, have been killed in the district. A murder case has also been filed. The Nagaland government has formed a five-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the state police to probe the incident.…

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