In the fifteenth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about biased media coverage of elections and the central government’s much hyped ‘Smart Cities’ project.
The Wire Staff
Punjab is the only state in which a BJP loss has been unanimously predicted.
After appealing against the Delhi high court’s decision that photocopying did not constitute copyright infringement under Indian law,Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press and Taylor and Francis have withdrawn their case.
The nanosatellites, INS 1A and INS 1B, were launched for gathering data for ISRO’s Space Application Centre and Laboratory for Electro Optic Systems.
References for the Maharaja Sayajirao University diary came from the books of RSS ideologue Dinanath Batra, officials said.
In the women’s day special episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the global gender wage gap and union minister Maneka Gandhi’s comment on curfew timing for women in hostels.
The workshop at Maharaja Sayajirao University, to be conducted by professor Ghanshyam Shah, was supposed to be about the politics of caste and social movements.
In the thirteenth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the recent attacks on Indians in Trump’s America and the government notification making Aadhaar mandatory for mid-day meals.
Just days after it announced that Aadhaar will be compulsory for children to access the mid-day meal scheme, the government announced two more such orders.
Former Delhi University professor G.N. Saibaba was sentenced to life in prison for alleged links to Maoists and for “waging war” against India by a sessions court on Tuesday.
With the second phase of the Manipur assembly elections set to begin on March 8, The Wire takes you through the candidates contesting from 22 constituencies.
The police are also probing if a cross-border sex determination and abortion racket is in operation in Sangli, which borders Karnataka.
The channel’s new show with Reza Aslan, which premiered with an episode about a cannibalistic sect in UP, has drawn flak for being culturally offensive.
Justice Dinesh Mehta expressed surprise that the university suspended Rajshree Ranawat simply because she had invited a a particular person to speak on campus.
Join The Wire’s M.K. Venu and Ajoy Ashirwad for a live chat on the UP elections.
The VC, who acknowledges his sympathies for the RSS, vehemently denies being present at the prime minister’s rally.
The Right to Food Campaign responds to the HRD ministry’s recent mandate on linking Aadhaar with the mid-day meal scheme.
As the first phase of assembly elections in Manipur begins, The Wire takes you through the history of elections and power shifts in the northeastern state.
Students and cooks have been given time until June 30 to enrol for an Aadhaar number.
In the twelfth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua discusses the GDP numbers for the financial quarter affected by demonetisation, the debate around nationalism, and a BJP leader’s arrest for being involved in child trafficking.
The Sukma superintendent of police apparently made the comments at a function organised by an automobile company.
Two separate incidents of violence against CPI(M) workers in Kerala were reported hours after an attack on an RSS office.
The army says Roy Matthew committed suicide. He had been missing since February 25, the day after the video was released.
The opposition and journalists have drawn the government’s ire by raising suspicion over a plan to allow Saudi Arabia develop a township on an inhabited atoll.
Reports say Delhi police likely to take the view that sedition charge against Kanhaiya Kumar will not hold.
In the eleventh episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the march against ABVP in Delhi University and Varun Gandhi’s ‘Right to recall’ Bill.
Though Sangh leaders justify the mass killing of Muslims in private, this is perhaps the first time someone from the RSS has openly boasted about the massacre and held it out as something “Hindu society” should take “pride” in.
After Pakistan’s law minister raised allegations of human rights abuses in Kashmir, India responded by raking up Pakistan’s record in Balochistan and Sindh.
‘The jurors were impressed with the amount of work put into her stories through travelling, collecting documentary evidence and cross-checking facts to give authenticity and a humane touch to them.”
In the tenth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the racial attack on two Indians in Kansas and Shobhaa De’s tweet about a policeman.
Emails sent by the faculty council reveal that the resignations of those who signed the petition may not be independent decisions, as the administration has claimed.
The CID arrested BJP women’s wing leader Juhi Chowdhury from the Batasia area close to the Indo-Nepal border in North Bengal for her alleged involvement in the Jalpaiguri child trafficking case.
The visit will mark 25 years of diplomatic relations with Israel and will be the first time an Indian leader will skip visiting neighbouring Palestine.
A look at why the Hall of Nations and Nehru Pavilion in Pragati Maidan are historically and architecturally important.
The activist who has fought long and hard for justice for the survivors of Gujarat 2002 speaks to Sidharth Bhatia, founding editor of The Wire, about her newly published memoir.
Delhi University student Gurmehar Kaur has withdrawn from a protest march against campus violence and has decided to leave Delhi.
The incident occurred after the driver fell asleep at the wheel and crashed the bus into a road divider.
Bastar-based Santosh Yadav had been jailed in September 2015 by the Chhattisgarh police who accused him of having links with Naxals and of involvement in operations against the security forces.
In the ninth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about those trolling Gurmeher Kaur and Arun Jaitley’s speech on the limits to freedom of expression.
Host Jimmy Kimmel did not hesitate in mocking Donald Trump throughout the show, and was joined by several others who made political statements against the US president.