Ashutosh Gupta

Education: St. Xavier’s School, Sahibganj | Currently pursuing BA(Hons.) Pol. Sci. (University of Delhi) | Ashutosh has a knack for media writing vis-à-vis Geopolitics, International Relations, Science and Technology, and Latest news. He has plans to pursue his Master's in International Relations and Area Studies. Apart from these, he has a keen interest in Astronomy and the underlying mysteries of the Universe. He can be found playing music in his leisure time and happens to be a movie buff and traveler in spirit. He loves to take on new challenges as he traverses through in his life.

Teslas, Paganis & Bond Mobiles: Cars That Top Tech Billionaires Drive

Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Zuckerberg, Page and Brin might have made billions in the tech revolution – but they all have a modest and frugal choice when it comes to cars.

World’s Top 10 Richest Politicians In 2021 With Unimaginable Wealth

Ever wondered just how much the world’s top leaders are worth? These politicians are worth billions and some of the richest persons on Earth. Here’s a list of the World’s Top 10 Richest Politicians in 2021.

Why The Hyundai IONIQ 5 Is The Tesla Slayer We’ve All Been Waiting For

Tesla has been the Floyd Mayweather of the Electric Carmaker arena for quite some time now. Will Hyundai be able to deliver a knockout punch to the established and leading electric carmaker through its newly rolled out IONIQ 5? Let’s find out.

2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class — The Perfect ‘First Luxury Car’ For Aspirational Millennials

Iconic German luxury brand Mercedes-Benz unveiled its new next-gen version of the entry level luxury sedan C class — and there is more reason that the high flying millennial of today should go for it.

For Tata-led Air India, Air Asia An Ally But Vistara A Rival

The car-to-coffee conglomerate, Tata Group’s hopes for partnering up with Singapore Airlines (SIA) shattered when the latter decided against investing in the debt-laden national carrier, Air India.

Amazon’s Academy Is Set To Unsettle Indian EdTech’s Byju’s-Unacademy-Vedantu Triumvirate

Since Amazon first unveiled its plans a year ago to foray into the Indian EdTech sector, indigenous startups Byju’s, Unacademy, and Vedantu have been strengthening and diversifying themselves.