Wartime affairs: India vs Pak/China

Considering I’ve studied quite a fair bit of history in the last two years, and the fact that it’s my subject of Higher Level study for the next two years, I think it puts me in a good position to write on war affairs. With tensions heating up along the LoCs and LACs (Line of Control/Line of Actual Control) with Pakistan and China, the Indian … Continue reading Wartime affairs: India vs Pak/China

Why programming is becoming fundamental

So we all tend to throw the word ‘hacking’ around, pretending to know what it is or how it’s even done. How much do we know about it, though? Well, hacking is a  popular example of technology being misused. While hacking isn’t always done with malicious intent, most times it is, resulting in news headlines everywhere. Let’s consider for a second, the possibilities of everything … Continue reading Why programming is becoming fundamental

Air travel: Why it isn’t as bad as it sounds

The last few years, mainly 2014 till the present haven’t been the most ‘ideal’ years for aviation. From the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 to the deliberate German-wings crash, incidents like these are enough to make even the most avid travellers ponder about the safety of air travel. Admittedly, the last few years have seen some serious crashes, but when you look at things … Continue reading Air travel: Why it isn’t as bad as it sounds