Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi
Talvar is a searching, probing and profoundly disturbing film about one of the most sensational crimes of our times but is far from melodrama; it is a cold, hard look at reality
Sonali Ghosh Sen Delhi
Hardnews takes a hard look at the Aarushi Talwar and Hemraj murder case investigations
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi
Incidents of violence targetting the minorities have become routine in the last 16 months. Prime Minister Modi’s government has done little to shun the belief that the culprits don’t enjoy its patronage
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi
The increasingly hostile environment for journalists, sanctioned by official inaction, means muscle may win out over truth
Hardnews Bureau Delhi
When The Indian Express reported that National Investigating Agency (NIA) officials told the Special Public Prosecutor in the Malegaon bomb blast case, Rohini Sailan, to quietly withdraw from the case, not many were really surprised. The report suggested that the agency official told Sailan that, after the new government took over in Delhi in 2014, there was little reason to pursue the case vigorously, as the political environment had changed.
Save our Women” is an independent and most interesting report on crimes against women in Uttar Pradesh (UP). The report was written by social activists Shefali Misra and Hema Badhwar Mehra, both Aam Aadmi Party contestants in the last Lok Sabha elections. Appalled by the ever increasing abuses suffered by women in UP, Misra and Badhwar—hailing from Sitapur and Badaun, respectively—decided to revisit Badaun, Bareilly and Mishrikh.
The need to revisit Indian Penal Code’s Section 375 and expand upon it is felt now more than before Gajanan Khergamker Mumbai
Dubbed as a family of terrorists, Mussarrat Jahan, younger sister of Ishrat Jahan, unfolds her angst and anger on how they were denied not one inch of justice by the Gujarat and central government Sadiq Naqvi