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.
Why the cut in fuel rates got erased in just ten days, the search for the Yavatmal tigress, a Punjab farmer who only allowed his son to get married on one condition.
Imminent lawyer and human rights activist, Vrinda Grover, joins us to talk about what counts as sexual harassment at the workplace, how we can recognize it and what organizations should do being in the present...
The BJP and the RSS leaders now seem divided on the Sabarimala verdict, India deports seven Rohingya immigrants and ICICI Bank Managing Director and CEO Chanda Kochhar resigns from her post.
Russian goverment confirms that Vladimir Putin will oversee the signing of the S-400 air defence system deal with India, Jammu and Kashmir to hold both municipal and panchayat elections after years of delay and 45...
Demands of the Kisan Kranti Yatra, how trafficking of women can be curbed and how to secure your account in the wake of Facebook's biggest data breach.
Why public sector banks wrote off so many bad loans, Justice Dipak Misra's legacy and controversies, and Netflix's upcoming feature.
We try to address some of the worries about PMJAY, after Indu Bhushan, the CEO of Ayushman Bharat-PMJAY, visited the Indian Express office for an Ideas Exchange session.
Supreme Court applies the principle of the 'creamy layer' for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in government jobs, India and Bangladesh are in the Asia Cup finale and a story of one of the footsoldiers...
How the IL&FS crisis has an impact on the stock markets, what the Sewer Deaths protest demanded and what Israel wants from a small Kerala town.
Why the Dawoodi Bohra community practices female genital mutilation, why the presidential election marks a historic day for Maldives and how states are yet to comply with its directions on curbing cow vigilantism.
A new scheme that aims to improve mobile penetration in India, how the Mizoram film 'industry' works and the least upwardly mobile group in India.
Congress accuses the Modi-led government of treating the issue of triple talaq as "political football", the government decides to merge Bank of Baroda, Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank together and Manipur goverment proposes a bill...
The National Sex Offenders Registry may not curb crime, a gangrape in a Dehradun boarding school was hushed up by staff, the triple talaq ordinance.
New data reveals that one person dies every five days because of manual scavenging, Union Environment Minister releases the draft of the India Cooling Action Plan and a new study finds that even the best...
What lies ahead for Chandrashekhar and the Bhim Army, why the dream of 'Digital India' is promoted more than the reality of it and why the government has decided to merge three banks.
Madhya Pradesh courts hand out 14 death penalties in seven months, we look at how the 2008 financial crisis changed the financial market and TISS (Mumbai) opens its first gender-neutral hostel.
The HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Act, 2017 comes into affect, the capital starts doorstep delivery of public services and the Panjab University (PU) Campus Student Council sees its first woman president elected.
The Johnson & Johnson controversy, Raghuram Rajan's advice on avoiding bad loans and whether Pluto is a planet after all.