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
In our 50th episode, we discuss the mass conversion of Dalits to Buddhism in Haryana, Sunil Chhetri's 100th International match and the first visually challenged female IAS officer.
Significance of the Kairana bypolls for the 2019 elections, link between encounters and militant recruitment in the Kashmir valley, Bengali Hindu population in Assam is not supportive of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016
Minor illegally detained by the police in Noida, Rituparno Ghosh's fifth death anniversary, reasons for and impact of the nationwide public sector bank strike.
Nityanand Jayaraman on why the order to shut down Sterlite Copper may not stand in court, effect on India's copper production, healthcare in the capital may become more affordable
Rajnath Singh on four years of governance, minorities facing the brunt of Bihar's Prohibition law, how Michael Jackson managed to do his 45 degree forward tilt in 'Smooth Criminal'.
State Bank of India's record loss and stock growth, Nipah virus, fire-fighting drone.
The Karnataka assembly elections, the campaigns and the results.
Significance of US pulling out of Iran nuclear deal for India, violent panchayat elections in West Bengal, a porter in Ernakulam who studied on free railway station WiFi to clear the state civil services exam.
Excerpt of interview with Prakash Raj about touring Karnataka with his #JustAsking campaign, a Filipina woman who recruited 50 Indians to the Islamic State, an unexpected way to get out of filing your taxes on...