What is the Assam NRC and what it means to be left out of it

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Express Eye for Detail 16: What went wrong in Bulandshahr, Christian Michel’s role in AgustaWestland scam and more

This week we look at how UP got to a place where mob violence that spiralled out of control got a police officer killed, why the extradition of Christian Michel is a political hot potato & how a WhatsApp video ruined a woman’s life in Kerela.

Is VHP’s Ayodhya mobilisation bringing back fears of the 1992 Babri demolition?

Is the Ayodhya mobilisation now as powerful and potent as it was in 1992? Are there law and order concerns for the Centre and Uttar Pradesh government, both now ruled by the BJP? And most importantly, is it fair to compare 2018 to 1992?

Eye for Detail 15: The importance of Kartarpur corridor, Implant Files and the Maratha reservation

This week we look at the importance of the Kartarpur corridor between India and Pakistan, why you should pay attention to the revelations from Implant Files and what the Maratha reservation could lead to.

#ImplantFiles: Pharma majors gave freebies to doctors, claimed tax benefits

Records show that in the absence of an effective regulatory code, the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) ruled in favour of the companies

How Johnson & Johnson pushed another ‘faulty’ hip implant in India

What slipped under the radar is a story of how Johnson & Johnson used a loophole in US laws to push the product into the Indian market.

The Agrarian Unrest 2: Why loan waivers are not a fix and the appeal of Swaminathan formula

As farmers from across the country storm the national capital, a look at why loan waivers are not the answer. We also look at what is the Swaminathan formula and why it appeals to the farmers. Harish Damodaran explains.

The Agrarian Unrest Part 1: This could be the Narendra Modi government’s biggest problem

Thousands of farmers from across the country have taken to the streets. ‘Dilli chalo’ is their slogan. What do they want? And is agrarian distress this government’s biggest problem? Harish Damodaran explains.

Implant files: How medical devices that are recalled in the US are still in use in India

The Indian Express-ICIJ investigation finds that at least 57 medical devices, many used in critical care, were being sold in India when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clamped down on them for a range of faults over the last two years.

Implant files: Delhi’s back alleys turn into operation theatres for breast implant surgeries

No one is checking the implants for safety; technicians often double up as surgeons; shame and stigma prevent patients from reporting the gruesome aftermath of what has gone wrong, an investigation by The Indian Express has found.

The Indian Express with ICIJ | Implant files: Faulty implants and basement surgeries

Implant files: An Indian Express investigation with ICIJ reveals how faulty implants and basement surgeries are putting lives at risk.

On board The Ramayan Express, there are bhajans, chants of Jai Shri Ram and more

We travelled on The Ramayan Express going to Ayodhya, Sitamarhi, Janakpur in Nepal and Prayagraj (till recently called Allahabad) and this is what it was like.

Life inside the camp of Bru refugees in Tripura

What life is like inside the camps of Bru refugees in Tripura, in their own words.

A soldier’s prayer: Let me guard the border, you stay united

A soldier's heartfelt message to the nation: stay united and guard my home while I guard our border. Poet: Naveen Chourey

Out of Office – The Other Side of Politicians

We went behind the scenes to capture some light-hearted moments of the otherwise always busy politicians.

Chhattisgarh elections: Congress and BJP manifestos focus on farmers, cows and women

Both Congress and the BJP are fighting a tough battle in Chhattisgarh this year. As the second phase on voting state in underway, we look at what both parties are promising, to woo the voters.

26/11 — A look inside Nariman House

Ten years after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, Nariman House is being converted into a living memorial, including one section that will be called the Nariman Light House. Here’s an exclusive preview.

How a community of villagers in Meghalaya’s Mawkyrwat are running towards a better life

In the hilly trails of Meghalaya’s Mawkyrwat region, a group of villagers have inculcated a healthy new hobby: running.

UNBOXING with Prashant Kishor | How to plan, execute and win an election

Poll strategist and National Vice President of JD(U) Prashant Kishor talks about what it takes to plan, execute and win an election in this month's Unboxing.

Want a dialogue with all parties to settle the Ayodhya dispute, says union minister Uma Bharti

Union Minister Uma Bharti has said that leaders across party lines must come together and sort out the Ayodhya dispute through dialogue. She also said that those in the government want to build a temple at the disputed site but will need support from

Operation Ivy: When the US detonated a Hydrogen bomb in 1952

On this day in 1952, US detonated its first Hydrogen bomb in Operation Ivy. But it was publicly acknowledged only in 1954.

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