There seems to be no respite for the leaders of Aam Aadmi Party as another leader is caught in the crosshairs of a government body
Shibu Kumar Tripathi

The hills of Uttarakhand remain a place where spirits abound and mysticism is the order of the day
Mukesh Rawat Delhi 

Editorial: July 2016
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Although it is uneven in several parts, Kabali is probably Rajnikanth's best film in years
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

As vigilante behaviour over the bovine species increases in India, law enforcement officials sit back and do nothing
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

Participation in the Rio Olympics could be behind the recent US-Russia diplomatic engagement
Shubhda Chaudhary Delhi

Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Brahman Naman is proof (once again) that Q the film maker cares little about meeting the audience in the middle
Dhruba Basu Delhi  

China escalates maritime tensions once again in the South China Sea
Melissa Cyrill Delhi

Superstition is central to the Indian imagination and any concerted opposition to it pales in comparison to the sway it holds over the populace
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

Shubhda Choudhary Delhi

The public sphere has become vitiated as trolling plumbs new depths with each passing day. Is it planned, is it organic? Hardnews investigates
Mukesh Rawat Delhi 

Chittorgarh investigation provides a peep into a nation wide network of skull stealers from muslim graveyards that not just feeds tantric rituals, but also provide reasons for communal conflagration
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

Twenty years after he was murdered, the family of journalist and activist Parag Kumar Das is yet to receive justice or a semblance of closure
Angshuman Choudhury Guwahati 

With the cancellation of the Samajwadi Party’s merger with the Quami Ekta Dal, the tussle for control between Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and his uncle, Shivpal Yadav, comes to the fore yet again in the lead-up to the 2017 Assembly polls
Pradeep Kapoor Lucknow 

Abeer Kapoor Delhi

Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Misbah Khan Delhi

Two marriages. Two patients. Two spaces. Four lives in the balance
Sonali Ghosh Sen Delhi 

Positioned at the intersection of various debates, Udta Punjab may be judged for the precedent it has set rather than the film it is, but that is no reason to complain
Dhruba Basu Delhi 

Hardnews has been reporting on the crucial issues that lie at the core of the Kashmir question for years. From the archives:

In an interview with Hardnews, Dr Sujata Ashwarya, a prominent academic and noted expert on the Middle East, talks about the various implications of Iran’s rehabilitation in the international pecking order and the long-term consequences of the Chabahar deal between India and Iran
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Ignored by all and sundry, the Chin refugees from Myanmar live lives of untold suffering and alienation here
Tripti Nath Delhi 

Perhaps for the umpteenth time, the chatter about Priyanka Gandhi taking over as the lead campaigner of the Congress is reaching a crescendo.

Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Amidst the turmoil of Brexit, sports took center stage in Europe over the weekend, with established champions in football, tennis and Formula One cementing their statuses  
Sandeep Kumar Delhi

The world is reeling from the effects of Britain’s vote to leave the EU, but India may be able to take advantage of the situation
Dhruba Basu Delhi 

The Modi government’s efforts to cobble together a consensus for entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group were characterised by oversight, bluster and blind faith in the outgoing American president, and demonising China is not the solution
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Gareth Bales reveres his Madrid teammate Cristiano Ronaldo, but it is the Welshman who has looked more convincing in the Euro Cup so far - who will dominate when Wales and Portugal meet at Lyon in the first semifinal? 
Sandeep Kumar Delhi

After four matches that did not stray far from expectations, Iceland’s dream run comes to an end and Portugal, Germany, Wales and France are through to the semifinals
Sandeep Kumar Delhi

The cut-offs in Delhi University continue to rise unabated
Misbah Khan and Simran Chugh Delhi

The condition of widows in India is tragic and hardly finds a place in the gender discourse. What does their future hold?
Devika Sharma Delhi

Editorial Hardnews Bureau 

Tanmay Delhi 

It’s a story which repeats itself year after year. Purebred dogs are bought thoughtlessly and then abandoned when they are no longer convenient
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi 

It’s a story which repeats itself year after year. Purebred dogs are bought thoughtlessly and then abandoned when they are no longer convenient
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi 

The intimate memoir narrates the experiences of a woman who strove to break out of the stereotypical roles imposed by society
Sebati Iyengar Delhi 

The unregulated influx of tourism in Uttarakhand every year imposes heavy burden on the limited resource
Mukesh Rawat Delhi