Articles By Sounak Mukhopadhyay

Canadian troops wade ashore after landing in the D-Day invasion at Bernieres-sur-Mer

From Society 4:46 pm

WWII Veteran in Canada Gets Robbed At Home, Veterans Affairs Minister Expresses Outrage

Ernest Cote, a Canadian Second World War veteran, was robbed on Thursday.

Police stand with their bicycles as they watch a small protest outside the venue of the G20 finance ministers and central bankers in the northern Australian city of Cairns

From Society 3:42 pm

Eight Children Found Dead in Mass Stabbing at Queensland House, Mother Injured

Eight children were reported to have been killed at Cairns.

Supporters of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa Islamic organization burn the U.S. flag as they shout slogans during a protest, against U.S. drone attacks in the Pakistani tribal region

From Politics & Policy 2:28 pm

WikiLeaks Releases Secret CIA Report Which Suggests Drone Strikes May Be ‘Counterproductive’

The report claims that drone strikes may strengthen the solidarity of extremist groups.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth travels by carriage after the annual Order of the Garter Service at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in Windsor

From Politics & Policy 1:20 am

George III ‘Disturbing’ Sketch Found at British Library

The sketch is believed to have been drawn when the King went through his period of "madness."

Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper greets the Jewish community

From Politics & Policy 12:39 am

Parliament Attackers May Not Be Alone: Canada PM

Harper said that there was a possibility that the attacker was not working alone.

A woman with a headband on her forehead attends a candle light vigil in Kathmandu

From Politics & Policy 12:36 am

Peshawar Attack 'Just The Trailer': Pakistani Taliban Vows To Take More Lives

Taliban justifies the killings at a school in Peshawar, Pakistan.

Fidel Castro smokes a cigar during interviews with the press in Havana

From Politics & Policy Dec 18

US Restores Diplomatic Relations With Cuba After 50 Years

U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to announce some of the major changes in U.S. policies toward the communist nation.

Momtaz, 16, a victim of an acid attack, participates in a protest against the recent public execution of a young woman, in Kabul

From Society Dec 17

Canada Man Gets 16 Months For Permanently Disfiguring Girlfriend’s Face With Acid

Tanya St-Arnauld, who gave birth to a boy after the attack, said that she would have to explain to her child one day why her skin was disfigured.

Cast members James Franco and Seth Rogen pose during premiere of the film "The Interview" in Los Angeles

From Entertainment Dec 17

Sony Hackers Hint Terror Attack On Theatres Screening ‘The Interview,” Seth Rogen & James Franco Cancel Appearances

Sony hackers' terror threat on theatres screening "The Interview" further escalates the speculation that North Korea may be involved in the cyber-attack.

Rescue workers and a family member carry the coffin of a student who was killed during an attack by Taliban gunmen on the Army Public School in Peshawar

From Tech Dec 17

USA Today Mixes Up Indian PM With Kailash Satyarthi, Calls Modi as ‘Nobel Peace Prize Winner’

USA Today referred to Indian PM Narendra Modi as the Nobel Peace Prize winner.