Rahul Sabharwal

Articles By Rahul Sabharwal

Modi ji would not know names of all ministers in his cabinet, but he knows me: Satyendar Jain

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain, who also holds the Power, PWD and Home portfolios, speaks to The Indian Express on the recent burglary at his home, the tussle with MCDs, and Delhi government’s big-ticket announcements — from 2.1 lakh streetlights to mohalla clinics

Explained: The numbers behind Game of Thrones, the most expensive TV show ever made 

According to reports and details put out by producers, the show has been filmed in 10 locations, but mainly in Northern Ireland -- a country which made the most of 'GoT tourism'.

There have been lapses… will now put onus on principals: Manish Sisodia on safety of school children

Manish Sisodia said, "We started a pilot CCTV project in 10 schools — it has taken off in five schools, and we are working on the others. Right now, as an emergency measure, we need to extend the CCTV network for better monitoring."

No credible Opposition to take on BJP in 2019, says Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia

Manish Sisodia also spoke about the apprehension among traders regarding the GST (Goods and Services Tax), which was enforced two and a half months ago. “They are worried, more so about the impact of the GST on the Indian economy, because that’s what they depend on.

Pollsters failed, Hillary endorsements backfired. The US media needs to introspect where it went wrong

The US media would have you believe this is an upset, a shock, a surprise. They’re wrong.

Take 5: ‘I love Sardar jokes myself’, says Former SC judge

Former SC judge HS Bedi is the head of a committee that recently submitted a report in the apex court stating that cracking ‘Sardar jokes’ at the expense of Sikh students be treated as ragging.

How a pro wrestler’s sex tape destroyed a media empire

Gawker.com, which frequently flew dangerously close to the Sun, was shuttered last month — the denouement to a tale of breached privacy and a billionnaire’s wrath.

On stickers, T-shirts, a UP village celebrates its own ‘anti-hero’

In this Uttar Pradesh village that’s believed to be his birthplace, Ravana is not the ‘villain’ of mainstream Hinduism mythology, but a scholar, a kind brother and a devout follower of Shiva.

Caste on the menu card: JNU students screen documentary on beef after authorities deny permission

The documentary had earlier been dropped from the Jeevika Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival.

Cycling with the chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and overtaking him by an inch

At ITO, a couple of kilometres from the finish line, there is no sign of either the chief minister or his entourage.

Cycling with CM Arvind Kejriwal to mark Delhi’s first car-free day

For hundreds of cyclists, it’s an opportunity to be a part of 'something historic'; for one, it's a chance to 'overtake the CM'

At a Beijing radio station, a little Hindi, Urdu and Tamil

How a few men and women from China Radio International are reaching remote corners in the Indian subcontinent.