Author: Sunidhi Rai

The world of books is an intriguing path to take. I have been passionate about writing and publishing for as long as I can remember. I am a young author who dwelled into the sphere of writing at an early age. Studying and choosing my major in journalism was just a part of my rebel persona. I published my first book in my second year of graduation which is called 'Not so sweet 16'. This book highlights the issues that a teenager faces in today's world. I have scripted two documentaries till now and I am working towards many more. The field of media and journalism in India is going through a turbulence state and I would like to do my part in this arena by delivering unbiased and factual matters to the very best in hands.

The accommodation crisis is hitting new walls now, especially for the students enrolled. The situation is so bad that the students are taking big strolls like taking a trip from Glasgow to attend their daily lectures. Many are sharing their rooms in hostels while they continue to look for flats. Students are now confessing that they are opting for a blind bidding process due to the many volumes of interest. The union of students is now blaming this issue on the high number of students and lack of proper private suitable accommodation. Students are competing against each other.  The University…

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The protests in Iran regarding the hijabs are now spread across 46 cities and towns in the country and many have lost their lives in the process. The Secretary-General of the United Nations called upon Iran on Wednesday, stating that they should refrain from using “unnecessary or disproportionate force against the protesting population, which is calling out the authorities over a young woman’s death that happened in police custody.”  Antonio Guterres, secretary general of the UN, stated his feelings through a spokesman that the  Image Source” Tech crunch Iran now conducts an impartial investigation Authorities should now swiftly conduct an…

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Image Source: PixaBay/AP In order to stand out as a superpower and leave its mark, the Chinese government is reportedly opening illegal police stations across numerous cities, including big ones like Ireland and Canada. This issue is now triggering many concerns amongst human rights campaigners. As per an investigative journalism report by Reportika, to antagonize China’s adversaries, informal police stations with an affiliation with the Public Security Bureau (PSB) across Canada have been set up. According to local media reports, at least three such stations are now located in the greater Toronto area alone. It is now being said that…

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The border with Slovakia is in check by the Czech government as a new migrant wave seems to be approaching. On the 251-kilometer border, people will be stopped and banned with the exceptions of farmers, fishermen, and foresters who are working in the border area. A total of 560 personnel have been deployed to carry out the project. This measure will effectively be starting from 27th, Thursday. This whole process is estimated to last for 10 total days. The Slovakia government on the other hand has accepted the Czech’s decision but wants to take matters to the EU. source: the…

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Kolkata beams with the many themes as the date approaches the city. Zink London Fashion Show was one of them and also the most highlighted one in the city for many reasons. Heads were turned and people talked about the one with beautiful floral designs which was the work of Anushka Niara Mitter, a mere 17-year-old girl who walked down the ramp with her beloved father. 

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Muttahida Majlis-e-Ulema, the Islamic body is now seeking a ban on bhajans across the regional schools of J&K. This was announced just days after the former chief minister- Mehbooba Mufti made remarks regarding students getting forced to sing bhajans. The same Islamic body, Muttahida Majlis-e-Ulema (MMU) has urged the government and the education department of state to stop several practices like ‘singing bhajans and Surya Namaskara’ as it is now hurting the religious sentiments of residing Muslims. MMU acts as a merger for around 30 religious and Islamic educational institutions in the state of Kashmir. Mehbooba Mufti, chief of the…

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Four confirmed cases of Ebola have been recorded in the last 24 hours. The cumulative number is now 11 in Uganda, as per the health ministry of the country. Now, the health ministry is considering ‘probable’ cases as any person who died from the same suspected EVD (Ebola), having an epidemiological link to a confirmed case that was probably not tested and never had any lab confirmations. ‘Confirmed cases’ are those only which got positive lab confirmations. 

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