How To Use Codecademy Certificates In Job Search

Outside of these, you can also pursue particular courses with the aim of gaining specific skills or careers in data science, particularly using the new Pro option. I’ll cover everything including the languages taught, the skills you’ll develop, the cost, the pros, the cons, alternatives, whether Codecademy is worth it, … Read More

PM security breach a sinister agenda

Soon after the dangerous breach in the Prime Minister’s security during an aborted visit to Bhatinda, Punjab, on January 5, 2022, a morphed video of a cabinet committee meeting of December 9, 2021 (after the tragic demise of CDS Gen. Bipin Rawat) suddenly popped up on WhatsApp groups all over … Read More

Little help for Afghanistan

OIC meeting in Islamabad offered little succour to Afghanistan as a humanitarian trust fund set up to help the beleaguered nation where millions face acute hunger and poverty amid a bitter winter, received no donations. The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting in Islamabad on December 19, 2021 offered little … Read More

Taliban in Moscow

The United States and European Union are said to be considering offering help to the National Resistance Front under the leadership of Ahmad Massoud, as the Taliban has failed to fulfill the commitments made at Doha. The split in the Taliban is now public; the Doha negotiators have been sidelined … Read More

Can Taliban government last?

It is easy to overthrow a decrepit regime after its external military backer withdraws, but far more difficult to install a viable and durable alternative. This lesson in realpolitik was driven home on September 11, 2021 when the fledgling Taliban regime was forced to cancel official celebrations of the swearing-in … Read More

Taliban moves cautiously to form government

It took Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, co-founder of the Taliban, one week after the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan to arrive in Kabul (August 21, 2021) to initiate talks on government formation. Amidst hints of factional strains within the militia, the group hinted that it is seeking an “inclusive” government … Read More

Mission Kabul: What next?

Taliban is moving cautiously to win international approval. As inexorably as night follows day, the Taliban has returned to Kabul. The whole of Afghanistan has fallen to the Islamic Emirate, barring Panjshir where former Vice President Amrullah Saleh and Ahmad Massoud, son of Ahmad Shah Massoud, are trying to raise … Read More

Trying to Understand Baloch Anguish: Anurag Punetha

संध्या जैन की किताब ‘बलूचिस्तान – इन द क्रासहेयर ऑफ हिस्ट्री’ एक शानदार पुस्तक है। इसमें लेखिका ने बलूचियों के बलूचिस्तान में आगमन से उन्हें मिले छलावे और आज के तक संघर्ष तक को दर्शाया है। बलूचों के इतिहास और संघर्ष को अगर समझना हो, तो यह पुस्तक एक आधार … Read More

Bengal violence premeditated

On June 30, 2021, the NHRC panel submitted its interim report to the Calcutta High Court, citing the team’s interaction with over 100 families in 168 places and mentioning complaints about 41 murders and allegations of rape of 13 women A fact-find team of the National Human Rights Commission that … Read More

Stanislaus Lourdusamy: A new martyr?

If left-leaning activists, intellectuals and sympathisers feel that Lourdusamy’s end was suspicious, the Government of Maharashtra would do well to order an enquiry into the circumstances of his death. Missionaries and leftwing activists quickly labelled Jesuit priest, Father Stanislaus Lourdusamy, 83, as a martyr after his death at Holy Family … Read More