Our flagship daily news show, where hosts Shashank Bhargava and Arun George talk to in-house experts about what is going on and why you need to care about it
What the end of the Rajasthan political crisis reveals about the Congress, explaining the Supreme Court ruling that expands the rights of Hindu women to inherit ancestral property (14:52), and a look at the incident...
In today’s episode, we’re looking at questions raised over an encounter in Kashmir, why 44 nationals at the criticised Tablighi Jamaat event in New Delhi are facing trial and Russia’s claim of a COVID-19 vaccine.
What India isn't saying about the border crisis with China, how India would benefit from Oxford’s vaccine trials being conducted in the country (11:00), and the case of a cross border suicide rescue (20:42).
In today’s episode we’re looking at the role local residents played in helping those on board the Air India Express flight which crashed in Kozhikode. We’re also looking at what might have caused the incident...
In this episode, we look at why the RBI hasn’t cut interest rates, the resignation of Jammu and Kashmir’s Lieutenant-Governor, and why Kulbhushan Jadhav still doesn’t have a lawyer fighting his case in Pakistan.
In today’s episode, we’re looking at the foundation stone-laying ceremony in Ayodhya, how contempt of court works, and analysing deaths due to Assam floods.
How J&K has fared one year since its special status was scrapped and to what extent the central government’s promises have been fulfilled.
In today’s episode we’re looking at how the industry of illegally brewed alcohol flourished in Punjab and why parents are moving their children from private schools to public ones.
Why China has been reluctant to clarify on the LAC, why Indian Railways is entering into a public-private partnership (10:16), and what is abetment of suicide (21:42).
In today’s episode we’re decoding the new National Education Policy, the arrest of a professor from Delhi University and outrage over Saifuddin Soz not being allowed to leave his home.
Why Ashok Ghelot won’t talk about a floor test and what the role of the governor should be in a political crisis like the one Rajasthan, how the falling milk prices are hurting dairy farmers...
In today’s episode we’re looking at why the IPL’s set to go to the UAE, how Bihar’s struggling to deal with rising COVID-19 cases, and the findings of a survey in Mumbai.