Estd. 2006
Articles / Features
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1 Maria’s story: from dentist to flight attendant and backA ContributorMaria Pandolfi, 27, is a certified dentist. But despite a successful career in healthcare, Maria has been harbouring a lifelong desire to establish a career in the skies. + Read More ...
2 When are we going to have space flight attendants?Aerotime TeamHow soon might this happen? Will there be space flight attendants? And, if so, are they going to be wearing ridiculous Sci-Fi-esque outfits? + Read More ...
3 Why reduce speed limit to 30 km/h? “Answer is blowin’ in the wind”Bobby RamakantDue to the Covid lockdown in 2020, though the number of road traffic accidents declined yet deaths did not decline in the same proportion because people drive at higher speeds which continued to resul + Read More ...
4 Violent vs Co-operative politics in West BengalSudrip DharIt is Bengal’s pity that her common people are now digesting bitter political unrest and post poll violence in this wartime situation against COVID. + Read More ...
5 Exposed: Wolf in sheep's clothing - tobacco industry’s green washing attempts thwartedShobha Shukla and Bobby RamakantTobacco kills 27,000 people every year in Nepal, and each of these untimely deaths could have been averted. Likewise, each of the deadly diseases caused by tobacco use could be prevented. + Read More ...
6 The time when India had dancing elephant helicoptersValius VenckunasThe exact date is difficult to pinpoint. Some claim that the legend of India’s ‘dancing elephant helicopters’ started in 1977 when the first one of its kind took to the air. Others say that it began e + Read More ...
7 After the smoke clears, what will be left of media in Myanmar?Phil ThorntonKo Wei Min’s ability to work as a journalist has been blocked by his fear of soldiers along with cuts to his internet - including both his mobile phone and house routers. + Read More ...
8 Journalists arrested, independent media shut down in MyanmarPhil ThorntonFresh crackdowns have shuttered Myanmar’s independent media and left journalists jobless, threatened and fearing the worst as the military junta tightens its grasp, writes Phil Thornton. + Read More ...
9 Myanmar’s Bloody SundayPhil ThorntonPress logos are becoming a target as Myanmar’s military takes aim with weapons and international-supplied surveillance, writes Phil Thornton. + Read More ...
10 A Vindication for India’s #MeToo MomentLaxmi MurthyThe acquittal of senior journalist Priya Ramani of criminal charges of defamation brought by former editor and politician MJ Akbar is a landmark in the struggle against sexual harassment at the workpl + Read More ...
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