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.
In this episode, we take a deep dive to understand how and when the tensions between India and China started, what could be the possible reasons for China's transgressions, how the two countries are dealing...
In today's episode we look at some of Delhi's criticised policies in the handling of COVID-19, the Congress losing MLAs in Gujarat ahead of Rajya Sabha polls and the reopening of religious places after over...
How private hospitals end up charging huge amounts of money from COVID-19 patients, why that is especially concerning during this crisis and what the government can do about it.
In this episode, correspondents explain how four states are dealing with a sudden influx of thousands of people after the norms for the lockdown to slow the spread of COVID-19 were eased.
How the drug Remdesivir got approved in India, why homeopathic doctors are wary of the way Arcenicum Album-30 is being promoted, and an update on Cyclone Nisarga.
In today's episode we're looking at the controversial death of a nurse in Delhi and how the nursing community has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The challenges Indian courts are facing right now, why India's growth rate projections are being considered an overestimation, and why some prominent experts have criticised the government’s handling of the pandemic.
In this episode, we decode the border dispute between India and Nepal that took a new twist with the tabling of a constitutional amendment in the Nepal Parliament.
Why we need to worry about the current locusts attack in India, the problems passengers are facing in the Shramik special trains, and why India is still standing by the use of Hydroxychloroquine.
In this episode we look at how COVID-19 has affected police forces in the country, how they've enforced the lockdown and lessons learned for the future.
Why many European countries decided to reopen schools, lessons we can learn from West Africa about keeping schools shut, and why online classes may not be the best alternative.
In this episode, we look at why the Gujarat government has been criticised for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and how Surat is dealing with the exodus of workers.
Looking at the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan in West Bengal, clearing the confusion about domestic flights, and discussing the lack of testing facilities in districts recording new cases.