Migration journalism in social justice

According to the World Bank's 2016 report, 3.4 percent (247 million) of the world's population is forced to leave their homeland. India is the number one recipient of foreign employment and the largest recipient of remittances. Similarly, Nepal ranks third in the world regarding remittance inflows after Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. 

The Defectors Game: How significant are the numbers?

However, the defectors have been proven inconsistent and been giving so poorly generated opinions, that most of the time no one in his right mind can believe.

People across the world commemorate five years of Castro's death

Some call him a brutal dictator, while some praise him as the inspiring icon of the revolution, who changed the face of the Central American Island of Cuba, fighting against imperialism and striving for the people.

A Place in Cuba Where prisoners are tortured to death with out Trials

Chilling testimony of the torture and abuses committed against Majid Khan, held at the illegal Guantanamo Naval Base, after the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York and at the Pentagon, was recently presented by the prisoner before a jury of eight U.S. military officers, members of the court trying him.

Mother Nature is getting hotter day by day, "Code-Red" for Humanity

The report was issued by the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). According to the report the earth has gotten 1.1 degrees Centigrade (2-degree-Fahrenheit) hotter since the early-stage Capitalism in the eighteenth century. The industrialization and over-exploitation of the planet have certainly helped the planet get hotter.