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 today’s episode we’re looking at the Babri Masjid demolition verdict after two decades, then the latest point of friction between India and China, and finally, we’re looking at the redevelopment of Central Vista.
We ask three COVID-19 experts about what they find most frustrating about India's handling of the pandemic – Dr Gagandeep Kang, Dr Jayaprakash Muliyil and Dr Giridhar R Babu.
In today’s episode we’re looking at a probe in which top Bollywood stars were questioned, then we’re looking at the impact of the SAD leaving the BJP. And finally, we’re looking at the latest defence...
The key findings of the FinCEN files investigation, the concerns it raises, and the lesson it holds for Indian banks.
In today’s episode we’re assessing what was achieved in the shortened Monsoon Session of Parliament, we’re talking about a COVID-19 vaccine candidate that is a nasal spray, and what happened to the ball that Dhoni...
The problem of oxygen shortage in hospitals, the key takeaways of the sixth round of military talks between India and China (10:58), and the anti-CAA protester on TIME Magazine's list (19:14).
In today’s episode we’re analysing a Delhi Police chargesheet in a Delhi riots case, we have a profile of former JNU student Umar Khalid, and what happened when the opposition boycotted proceedings in Parliament.
Unpacking the confusion and ruckus of the farm reform bills, how patrolling patterns have changed along the LAC (16:08), and a look at a new investigative series by the Indian Express called the FinCEN files...
In today’s episode we’re looking at a renewed focus on allegations of ‘love jihad’ in Uttar Pradesh, the Army’s admission in a case where three men were killed and chaos in the Rajya Sabha over...
Understanding the concerns and implications of the China Watching investigation by the Indian Express.
In today’s episode we’re looking at why an onion export ban won’t keep prices low, how a shortage of manpower is hitting Gujarat’s battle against COVID-19 and the Babri Masjid demolition case.
The extent to which people have already lost jobs during the lockdown, the possibility of extraterrestrial life on Venus (16:28), and Rajnath Singh’s comments on China in parliament (25:06).
In today’s episode we’re looking at a Delhi Police chargesheet that lists multiple prominent names, how Tripura is dealing with COVID-19 and a ban on export of onions.