Abhishek Kumar Sushil

Bureau Reporter and Researcher - Politics

Education: B.A. Political Science (Sri Venkateshwara College, Delhi University, M.A. Political Science and M. Phil (Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi) | Abhishek is part of the research team at DKODING Media Inc. He has an in-depth knowledge of historical influences in political issues and matters concerning larger developments globally.

Chandrayaan 2 Lander Whereabouts: What’s ISRO’s next step?

After ISRO lost communication with Chandrayaan 2’s lunar module Vikram Lander, its current challenge is to find its whereabouts and the fate of Vikram Lander.

Can ISRO’s Chandrayaan 2 decipher the Origin of the Moon?

One of Chandrayaan 2’s main missions is understanding the origin of the Moon and putting the 4-theory debate to rest. Will ISRO succeed?

Marvel Down Under: The Gallant Landscapes of Pinnacles

The Pinnacles of Western Australia is an extraordinary gallant landscape made up of limestone. It is an astounding landscape and resembles like walking over an ancient civilisation that satiates tourist’s eyes.

The malaise of corruption and dwindling trust in Bureaucracy

Ease of living in India has been affected by the corrupt bureaucrats, compelling people to prefer going to local political representatives.

Major medical breakthrough: Scientists create Mini-Brains

Scientist successfully developed a mini-brain in a lab against nature’s law, neural networks found to be functional that produce brain waves.

China’s pain is India’s gain: Wooing Apple, Foxconn and Wistron

India has taken rhetorical steps to woo foreign investment and gain benefits out of Sino-US trade war. It aims to persuade big names including Apple, Foxconn, Wistron and Pegatron Corp.

Trillion Dollar Private Space Industry: What Billionaires desire from Investments beyond Earth?

Over USD 350 Billion today and touted at USD 1.5 Trillion by 2040; private space explorations funded by billionaire entrepreneurs is skyrocketing.

End of Swiss Secrecy: Justice or Just Distraction?

Fight against corruption was earlier seen as people’s phantasm which later used as gospel truth by Modi government in their political manifesto.