Shalabh Tewari

Shalabh Tewari
music aficionado, avid quizzer, interested in geopolitics and strategic affairs, bibliophile
On Monday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents raided Michael Cohen’s office and hotel room, seeking records related to payments made shortly before the 2016 US Presidential election to an adult film actress Stephanie A. Gregory Clifford aka...
What is hell? Where is it? More often than not you would have contemplated the concept of hell, but if you were in the Soviet Union during the Russian Revolution and on the wrong side (counter revolutionary forces) then...
The dust of Russian influence in US 2016 presidential elections had not been settled, yet, another storm brewed when Kremlin accused Washington of interfering in upcoming Russian presidential elections on 18 March. Putin got the chance to turn guns...
On 28 December, some people gathered at the Shohadah square in Mashhad – the second-most populous city in Iran to protest against their government, demanding accountability, transparency and an end to the repressive clerical status quo. For more than...
Few years back, it was Pranav Mistry whose talk on Sixth Sense technology became hot topic in many technical universities. If you are an avid internet surfer you must have at some point or the other watched a TED...
“Putin has one idea: to essentially build a monarchy and be president for life” alleged Alexei Navalny, the anti-corruption activist when Vladimir Putin announced that he will seek re-election as president of the Russian Federation next year. Standing on...
In May 2016, when Narendra Modi visited Iran, he pledged up to $500 million to develop and operate Iran's Chabahar port as part of a trilateral engagement between India, Iran and Afghanistan. The idea of Chabahar port was conceptualized...
In October 1965, Fidel Castro read a letter in public and confirmed that Ernesto Che Guevara had renounced his Cuban citizenship and resigned from all party posts. He waved good bye by saying “Other nations require my services and...
Just a month back a video of Canadian Sikh politician being heckled by a racist woman was doing the rounds on internet. The man was none other than Jagmeet Singh who was heavily praised for his calm response to...
Last month, Thomas Piketty’s research paper titled ‘ Indian income inequality, 1922-2014, from British Raj to Billionaire Raj ’ co-authored with Lucas Chancel of the Paris School of Economics became the talk of town in intellectual circles. According to him,...
‘Mom, I am hungry, I want to eat! Dad!’ she cried. But the kitchen was empty and her mother silent. This was not the situation of some third world country. It happened long back in Ukraine when it was...
Every year thousands of delegates all over from China go to Beijing to attend the National People’s Congress which is an annual ritual of the Chinese communist party. Over 3,000 delegates ranging from rural workers to urbane billionaires gather...