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Meet Ahmad Yasir – The Social Media Master

What it takes to succeed Ahmad Yasir is an ambitious personality and as a teenager, he had several struggles in life but strong commitment and dedication towards his goals made him proficient in several fields. Ahmad holds a bachelor degree in biology to his credentials. He was one of those learners who was not concerned with a college education and wanted...

Fight me, cowards.

Tulsi Gabbard did the right thing by choosing not to vote. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard voted "present" on the articles of impeachment against president Trump. A move that is being widely criticised by Democrats across the country. Major Gabbard's whole campaign has been about uniting America, having a conversation across the aisle and meeting in the middle. An impeachment like this further...

Do Pakistani leaders lack intellectual maturity?

As India’s ISRO was ready to create history by landing its rover on moon’s south pole. Pakistan’s ‘Science & Technology Minister’ made a series of tweets when the Chandrayaan-2 lander Vikram lost contact with ISRO’s control centre. In one of his tweets the minister said “Please sleep. The toy landed in Mumbai instead of landing on the moon”. “Aww...don’t attempt what...

107 music instruments and counting; meet the world greatest instrumentalist- Neil Nayyar

For most people playing a musical instrument can be a challenge. Especially in this era where you do not need to know how to play a musical instrument to produce a song- people mainly rely on computer-generated beats and rhythms to create a song. Neil Nayyar has taken a different route, at a very young age; he can play...

Life Through A Lens – Q&A With Mike Mattera

Mike Mattera, the man behind Witness.co
What inspires you? I am constantly chasing what I felt the first time I left New York and head over to Europe. The excitement, being slightly nervous, and eager to capture what I can with my camera. Being immersed in different cultures from around the world really inspires me to portray my experiences through my photography. Some photographers say that they...

How China is saving millions of youth from radical Islamic indoctrination

As the People's Republic of China celebrates its 70th anniversary, we dwell into the controversial topic of Xinjiang re-education camps. An issue that has received its fair share of coverage and criticism in the international media, with an agenda being pushed to millions of users around the world. The issue of re-education camps has been widely misrepresented by the Western...

Experience and Exposure of Velo Thaya on Kill Joys Season 5

Velo's Headshot by Denise Grant, Denise Grant Photography, 9 DAVIES AVENUE SUITE 208 TORONTO, ON, M4M 2A6
Early Life and Education Thaya was born on November 12, 1991, in Scarborough, Toronto. He showed an interest in acting from a very young age. After watching the Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, he made a decision to become an actor. His wish came true when he received the lead role in a school musical...

Why Priti Patel is right on immigration

On October 1st, Home Secretary Priti Patel addressed the Tory Party conference in Manchester. She owed to 'end the free movement of people once and for all' as she outlined a stricter immigration policy under Boris Johnson's leadership. The Home Secretary pitched for an Australia-like points-based immigration system. A system that could potentially help in filtering out low-skilled migrants, while...

Watch I Am Image in his menacing new visual for “Chainsaw”, directed by Adrian Burrell

A picture of I Am Imagine
Meet I Am Image, a Jordanian rapper Inspired By Kendrick Lamar and Biggie smalls, multi-talented Jordanian-born Abdel Khaliq, popularly known as I Am IMAGE, is a rapper, singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur. During the 2017’s, the 23-year-old artist emerged from the 962 and the Swiss underground with multiple singles and a forthcoming album – all of which were made available as...

The Rise of the Modern Adventurer

A new kind of resort for a new kind of traveller Indiana Jones didn’t go on vacations. He didn’t hole up in some walled-in resort replete with sumptuous buffets and guided sightseeing tours. He went on adventures in the wide-open world. Indiana Jones only lived in movies, but the reason those movies were (and still are) so beloved is because millions...