Our flagship daily news show, where hosts Shashank Bhargava and Snigdha Sharma talk to in-house experts about what is going on and why you need to care about it.
China proposes to pull back troops along the LAC, four children die while working in bangle factories in Jaipur (10:14), and online media comes under the purview of the I&B ministry (19:12).
In today’s episode, we’re discussing the outcome of the Bihar elections, the performance of the political parties and how the result will affect politics in the state in the future.
The significance of Pfizer’s announcement about its vaccine candidate, why private schools in Rajasthan have suspended their online classes, and what PM Narendra Modi said in the presence of Chinese President XI Jinping.
In today’s episode, we’re looking at why cyberattacks on Indian pharmaceutical firms are a matter of concern, protests over the merger of schools in Odisha and findings of trials of a vaccine candidate.
What led to Biden’s win (and Donald Trump’s defeat), the factors that influenced the US election, and what the results mean for India.
In today’s episode, we’re looking at why trains haven’t been operating to Punjab for over a week, a possible easing of the situation along the LAC, and a massive protest in Goa.
Why Arnab Goswami has been arrested, the reasons Delhi’s spike in COVID-19 cases (13:02), and a proposal to cut defence pensions (20:32).
In today’s episode, The Indian Express’s Abhishek Angad explains how a widespread scholarship scam is operating in the state of Jharkhand.
Discussing the details of an Indian Express investigation that revealed how the deadline of the BharatNet project in Chhattisgarh was extended twice, and how over Rs 200 crore fine levied on Tata Projects Ltd, who...
In today’s episode, we’re looking at hundreds who have been pushed into poverty in Mumbai due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a stalling of economic activity.
How anyone in India can now buy land in J&K, private labs allege that they are being asked to limit COVID-19 testing (11:42), and what a Pakistan minister said about the Pulwama terror attack (22:44).
In today’s episode we’re looking at the latest 2+2 meeting between India and the US, why onion prices have touched Rs 100 per kilo and the economic cost of breathing polluted air.
The findings of the country's largest trial on plasma therapy, why COVID-19 doesn't seem to be a concern in Bihar (11:02), and the tragic death of a sixteen year old boy from Goa (18:46).