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
What two FIRs of a CAA protest in UP that turned violent reveal, changes in J&K in the last few months and why Wikipedia is worried.
The challenges for the new Army Chief, why the Railway fare hike was long over due and delay in the Chandrayaan-3 project.
On this episode of 3 Things, we discuss the legality and intention behind slapping notices on people accused of destroying property during Anti CAA protests in UP.
Liz Mathew and Harish Damodaran detail major political and economic events that changed India in 2019, and what to expect in 2020.
Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on NRC and the constitutional validity of CAA, why the Centre is concerned about milk prices and the concerns that police using a facial recognition software raises.
The alleged crackdown of the UP police in Muzaffarnagar, the state government's response to the CAA protests so far and what it has left people feeling.
As the CAA protests continue across India, we talk about three stories all related to the issue.
Looking back at BJP's tenure in the state, understanding why it lost and the lessons it can learn from the defeat.
How the protests have been carried out in Uttar Pradesh, to what extent is the BJP is concerned and the set of measures Assam is likely to take.
What legal challenges will the CAA face in the Supreme Court when hearings start on Jan 22nd? Moreover, was the way Section 144 imposed on states and mobile connectivity cut in parts of Delhi legal?