Uncategorized, United States, World Affairs

Sean Spicer And His Spicy Six Months In The White House

  And it is official, ladies and gentlemen. Sean Spicer has resigned. Kudos to those who called it, and surprise for those who woke up in the morning to find that the White House Press Secretary resigned. Sean Spicer, who found himself in a lot of news for the past six months, finally decided to… Continue reading Sean Spicer And His Spicy Six Months In The White House

India, Uncategorized, World Affairs

The Role of Women in Films

  A few months ago, I was seeing a film, which involved a guy chasing a girl (sometimes literally) and asking her for her number, address, and what not. The girl keeps on saying no, and focuses on her studies like the normal human she is. But the boy doesn't give up. Skipping the pleasantries,… Continue reading The Role of Women in Films

United States, World Affairs

Comey VS Trump: A Non-American Student’s Perspective

If you're a Political Science fanatic like moi, you would know that June 8th was no ordinary day. It was perhaps THE most important day in the history of modern day politics of the United States. Maybe it was because Donald Trump didn't even grace the American Public with the tweets they have come to… Continue reading Comey VS Trump: A Non-American Student’s Perspective

India, World Affairs

What Happened To Women’s Reservation Bill In India?

When the 'Modi Wave' took over India three years back, it resulted in a landslide victory for BJP which formed the government in India. I admit I was also captivated by the image projected by Prime Minister Narendra Modi: A new age, a new India free from all the corruption, all the promises about no… Continue reading What Happened To Women’s Reservation Bill In India?