Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association (JTSA) released a press statement and said that they hoped the ‘justice’ granted to Colonel Purohit is extended to all terror-accused, irrespective of their religion

The International community at the UN voted for independence from nuclear weapons on July 7 with an overwhelming majority. A month after the decision was taken, Brazil’s Foreign Minister Aloysio Nunes Ferreira weighs in on the various aspects of the treaty and its significance in the fight to abolish nuclear weapons 

Rahul Roy, speaks to Hardnews about the success of the protests and also discusses the road ahead for the movement
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

As the country celebrated its 70th Independence Day, debt-ridden farmers in Maharashtra took to the streets to protest against the delay in rolling out the farm loan waiver scheme and refused to allow ministers to hoist flags
Debasrita Chakraborty Delhi

In the race to get the prestigious tag of India's first World Heritage City from the UN, dark horse Ahmedabad nudged more illustrious competitors
Gajanan Khergamker Mumbai

The police are treating the incident as a multiple planned terrorist attack
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

At no other time in the past were so many Nepalis so strongly anti-India and in favour of deeper engagement with China
Subindra Bogati Kathmandu 

Nepalese still have harrowing memories of the damage that the 1962 war between China and India caused them. They do not want the Doklam stand-off to spin out of control
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

An unprepared Nepal has been blindsided by the glitter of proposed Chinese investments which could compromise its sovereignty
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Hidden in the narrative of progress, the expansion of a new imperial China has many South and South Asian countries worried 
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

BRD hospital Principal Rajiv Kumar Mishra says the delay in the payment was due to CM Yogi Adityanath’s visit
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

For long the party has lost its connection with the masses and it has been outsourcing its struggle to smaller parties and even NGOs
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

In the past decade, demands for reservation from upper caste communities have increased and the agitations led by them are symptomatic of the upper-class psyche finding its clout diminishing
Aditi Bhande, Harshada Kulkarni, Rohita Raju, Sampad Nandy and Vinay Sharma Mumbai

Defence preparedness is a continuous process and the armed forces are all well equipped with arms and ammunition, says the defence
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Venkaiah Naidu takes oath, says Parliament needs to be run meaningfully
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif rallies amidst security threats, thousands gather to show support
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Over 900,000 Marathas took part in a mammoth protest, demanding reservation for the community; disrupting train and traffic services in a violence free protest in Mumbai
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Top Congress strategist Ahmed Patel clings on to Rajya Sabha seat 
Hardnews Bureau Delhi  

Vietnam has emerged as the most vocal opponent of China’s claims in the waterway, where more than 3 trillion dollars in cargo pass every year
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

By locking horns with India over the Doklam plateau, is China acting on its imagined insecurities and squandering an opportunity to make an ally of New Delhi?
Lt Gen Rameshwar Yadav Delhi 

The IT BPES industry in India is haunted by the spectre of mass automation and layoffs. How are the employees coping? Not too well, as Hardnews finds out
Shalini Sharma Delhi 

In the light of the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections the Gujarat Congress is under siege by the ruling-BJP which seems bent on getting Ahmed Patel defeated

Hardnews Bureau 

Pakistan’s Supreme Court has dismissed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif following an investigation into corruption allegations

In a dramatic political turmoil, Nitish returns to the NDA fold, after cutting ties with the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ 
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

As the border stand-off between India and China enters its second month, China has said that withdrawal of troops is the basis of settling the issue
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

As the border stand-off between India and China enters its second month, China has said that withdrawal of troops is the basis of settling the issue
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

While claiming responsibility for the attack, Taliban claimed that several intelligence officers have been killed
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

At a press conference the Ambassador from Iraq to India informed the press that the city of Mosul had been liberated, the reconstruction process was to begin and this was a win for the world
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Aykan Erdemir, a former member of the Turkish Parliment, speaks to Hardnews about the ongoing crisis, Turkey’s fate under Erdogan’s rule and the dangers of straying into Qatar row
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

Acting on a directive of the Lok Sabha’s Public Accounts Committee, the CBI will now be writing to the government seeking its permission to restart the investigations into the alleged Bofors pay-offs
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi