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.
In the eight episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the violence in Ramjas College and the material losses created by demonetisation.
In the seventh episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about nepotism in politics and the cases of Vijay Mallya and arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari absconding abroad.
What gives Dadua an edge is his legacy. His brother, his son, his nephew have all been players on the political battlefield of UP.
In the fifth episode of Jan Ki Baat, talk about the prime minister’s recent remarks and the incident at Jodhpur university.
In the fourth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about media’s India, the BJP IT cell and ISI’s spying racket.
Siddharth Varadarajan, the founding editor of The Wire, and Manoj Joshi, senior fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, discuss the controversy over army chief Bipin Rawat’s comments on Kashmir.
NASA Dawn data has revealed the presence of substances on Ceres’s surface containing the methyl and methylene functional groups. This is an important find.
A tea garden worker in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal runs a unique ‘bike ambulance’ free of cost for villagers. He was recently awarded the Padma Shri.
In the second episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the criminalisation of politics and paid news.
Dadua’s story is what legends are made of, when truth is really stranger than fiction.
The PSLV C37 mission, scheduled for February 15, will deploy 104 satellites into a polar Sun-synchronous orbit around Earth.
A daily show with senior journalist Vinod Dua.
The government has not addressed the real issues of delayed payments and low prices in sugarcane farming in Uttar Pradesh.
A free-flowing conversation on the peculiarities of Indian nationalism, its changing forms and more.
With no hope from political parties, Dalits in Punjab are organising to challenge the status quo.
M.K. Venu, founding editor of The Wire, in a discussion with journalist Govindraj Ethiraj on the nuances of this year’s Budget.
As Punjab goes to polls in a few days, we travel to the Malwa region of the state to speak to small and marginal farmers and families of those who have committed suicide
Two weeks after clashes in West Bengal’s Bhangar over land acquisition for a power grid, the stand-off between the state and the people continues.
Dadua is possibly the only dacoit in UP to have guided political careers across generations.
Siddharth Varadarajan and Anuj Srivas bring you the highlights of the 2017 budget.
The Wire spoke to one of the leading arthiyas in the Sangrur grain market about their role in the farmers’ debt crisis, institutional alternatives and the election promises being bandied about.
An organised movement of Dalits against unequal land distribution echoes through the Malwa region of Punjab.
In conversation with prominent AAP leader, and likely chief ministerial candidate, Harvinder Singh Phoolka.
Professor Arun Kumar, who has researched extensively on the black economy in India, discusses demonetisation and the upcoming Union Budget.
In conversation with Boris Michel, regional director for Asia Pacific at the International Committee of the Red Cross, on the organisation’s work, the Syrian civil war, the Rohingya crisis, and the way forward for humanitarian and transnational organisations.
In conversation with BJD MP Jay Panda.
Chelsea Manning, who is currently serving a 35-year sentence, will likely be released in May after US President Barack Obama commuted her sentence.
In a report titled ‘An economy for the 99%’, Oxfam said that the richest 1% of the world has owned more wealth than the rest of the planet put together since 2015.
Earlier this week, Barack Obama, who served two terms as president of the US, gave his farewell address to the nation in Chicago. We take a look at some key aspects of his legacy including policies in the civil, military, economic, and environmental domains.
Prominent lawyer Prashant Bhushan discusses the Sahara-Birla diaries case, the fallout of the Income Tax Settlement Commission’s decision to absolve Sahara and what measures he will take in the Supreme Court as the counsel of Common Cause – the petitioner in the case.
Populist announcements during the budget this year could influence the elections which have been scheduled soon after, in five states, including Uttar Pradesh.
Jagdalpur Legal Aid Group member, Shalini Gera, speaks to The Wire about the human rights situation in Bastar and how activists are being targeted.
Over 50 weavers in the prime minister’s constituency have committed suicide in the last three years due to indebtedness.
The year 2016 was a big one for ISRO. Here’s a look-back on the specifics.
Our top ten list of those who got away this year.
Here’s our top 10 list of those who were unfairly targeted this year.
RTI activist Venkatesh Nayak speaks to The Wire about whether the government is specifically targeting NGOs that question their developmental paradigm.
The national president of Swaraj India discusses the Sahara-Birla diaries, funding of political parties and how demonetisation has wrecked the rural economy in the last 50 days.
In the fourth of a five part interview centred around his book, Choices, India’s former national security advisor Shivshankar Menon discusses India’s Sri Lanka policy.