Articles By Sounak Mukhopadhyay

Opposing yes and no signs are seen in Edinburgh, Scotland, September 15, 2014. The referendum on Scottish independence will take place on September 18, when Scotland will vote whether or not to end the 307-year-old union with the rest of the United Kingdo

From Politics & Policy Sep 19

Scotland Voted Against Independence, Early Results Indicate

Early election results revealed that Scotland might not be ready for independence yet.

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott inspects the guard of honour during an official visit in Putrajaya

From Politics & Policy Sep 19

Security Tightened at Parliament House after ‘Confirmed’ Potential Terror Attack

Australian Federal Police tightened the security at the Parliament House after potential terror attacks had been confirmed.

Islamist fighters simulate a shooting attack

From Politics & Policy Sep 19

Canadian Terror Suspect Pleads Guilty

Canadian suspect Hiva Alizadeh pleaded guilty to the terror charges against him.

Dr. Zane Cohen gives an update on the medical condition of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford at Mount Sinai Hospital

From Politics & Policy Sep 19

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, Diagnosed With Rare Cancer, Asks Residents To Vote for Brother Doug

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford who was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer asked residents to elect his brother Doug as the next mayor.

Shi'ite fighters from Mahde Army launch rockets during heavy fighting against Islamic state members

From Politics & Policy Sep 19

British Hostage John Cantlie Delivers Message For Islamic State In Latest Video

The Islamic State released a video on Thursday that featured British hostage John Cantlie.

U.S. President Barack Obama Speaks At A Meeting

From Politics & Policy Sep 18

Obama Not Willing to Commit Deploying Ground Troops in Iraq

U.S. President Barack Obama said that he would not like his ground troops to be deployed in Iraq.

Australian PM Abbott delivers keynote speech during B20 Summit in Sydney

From Tech Sep 18

Australia May Sanction Social Media Websites to Ensure ‘E-safety’ for Children

The Australian government is considering creating the post of a commissioner who will work on children's "E-safety."

Pope Francis at Redipuglia Military Sacrarium

From Politics & Policy Sep 18

‘Kill the Christians:’ Sydney Church Under IS Death Threats, Pope Francis At Risk Of Assassination

The Islamic State militants are apparently targetting Christians while Pope Francis is warned for being at risk of being assassinated.

A student working on her laptop

From Education Sep 18

Canada Results Show Low Math Score In Grade 3 & 6

The Education Quality and Assessment Office testing results for Grade 3 & 6 revealed students' weakness in Math.

Dr. Zane Cohen gives an update on the medical condition of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford at Mount Sinai Hospital

From Politics & Policy Sep 18

Controversial Canada Politician Rob Ford Diagnosed with Cancer

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.