Our flagship daily news show, where hosts Neha Mathews and Shashank Bhargava talk to in-house experts about what is going on and why you need to care about it
Understanding the Maratha quota, what measures the RBI is planning on taking, "fake children" registered in UP anganwadis.
Why demonetisation is still affecting farmers in Madhya Pradesh, the explosive allegations in CBI Joint Director MK Sinha's petition and an impact crater that could hold insights into the ice age climate.
VHP and Shiv Sena together plan to organize a rally in Ayodhya, India begins to diplomatically engage with the Taliban and a plea is filled to regulate the functioning of online steaming platforms.
BJP seems to be changing it's stance on the NRC, ASI accused of replacing stones at the Sun Temple and one of the biggest names in corporate India resigns.
In this episode, Jay Mazoomdar joins us to discuss conservation efforts, an increase in man-animal conflicts and why one tiger may have to die to protect the rest of the species.
The Congress party in Madhya Pradesh releases their manifesto, Chattisgarh goes to polls today and the Pune Municipal Corporation finds a new to make streets cleaner.
What the JDS-Congress victory in Karnataka by-polls mean for the 2019 elections and the new challenge in the man-eating tiger controversy.
We look at why the Aravalli mountain range is so vulnerable to mining, how laws fail to protect it and how important they are to our ecosystem.
How Sardar Patel became an icon for Hindu nationalists, what makes kids particularly vulnerable to air pollution and T1 and Anvi the man-eating tigress is killed.