Edward Snowden and Top 5 Government Whistleblowers of All Time

We steal a look in past and bring the top With Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who revealed the mass surveillance program PRISM by US authorities, being tried for espionage against his government, here we steal a look at the past and bring the top five whistleblowers who despite facing a chance of lifetime imprisonment went against their governments and revealed the shameful secrets. Jun 26, 2013

Indians Face ₹2.7 Lakh Cash Bond to Enter UK, if Brits Pay ₹5.4 Lakh for India Visa?

An act of discrimination perpetrated in concealed and subtle method is often referred to as "racism", while the same act performed openly using the euphemism of being "more selective" is called "immigration system". While there isn't even a remotely substantiated theory to justify that Indians may pose risk to the UK if they travelled to what they would want to perhaps call a "white" country, there is nothing that stops Brits from believing that it is a just measure. Jun 24, 2013

Edward Snowden: How Safe Would NSA Whistleblower Be In Ecuador?

In a series of fast-moving events that caught the attention of many people across the world, whistleblower Edward Snowden, who was holed up briefly in Moscow airport after departing from Hong Kong last week, will ultimately head towards Ecuador on Monday. Jun 24, 2013

India, US to Raise Economic Issues, Afghan Talks during John Kerry Visit

US Secretary of State John Kerry is gearing up for a three-day visit to India to lead the 4th India-US strategic dialogue. He will co-chair talks with India's Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid on economical issues ranging from intellectual property protection to the new streak of entrepreneurs in the Asian country. Jun 20, 2013