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- Armenian Genocide: “The Holocaust of WWI”In WWI there was another genocide against an ethnic group like the Jews that caused the death of around 600,000 and 1.5 million people in the early 1920s. That genocide is known as the “Armenian Genocide”. Unlike the holocaust, this genocide isn’t even [Read More]
- PTSD of Rape Victims: How to Deal With It?Any victim of rape regardless of age, gender, or social status suffers from a series of different mental crises. A feeling of worthlessness, disgust, and loneliness creeps into the mind of victims of sexual assault. They can’t get into relationships, let [Read More]
- Silk vs Cotton: A Tale of Love and HateFrom the historical and economic point of view, it is certain the standoff between China and India is not a day-old matter. It is developed by years of strategic and geopolitical phenomena. The Socio-political turmoil of these two states is so deep that [Read More]
- Women Empowerment & Impact of Covid-19While Covid-19 is undoubtedly considered a pandemic, in the broad scheme of things, it is a matter of factors regarding health, economic, and social. Various studies have shown that women are more affected by Covid-19 in terms of the increased burden of [Read More]
- The Jammu-Kashmir Conflict and the International LawThe Kashmir-Jammu conflict is a territory-based conflict mainly between India and Pakistan. India has been claiming the whole territory of Kashmir and Jammu and presently occupying 43% of the region including Jammu, the Kashmir Valley, Ladakh, and the [Read More]