UPPCL is obligated by law to allow consumers to buy power from open market
Noor Mohammad Delhi

The new tide of militancy is attributable to the absent India-Pakistan dialogue process and is also a fallout of the 2010 civil uprising
Asem Mohiuddin Srinagar

How a ‘neutral’ Internet made a musician out of a young Naezy
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

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At a recent international conference, Buddhist and Hindu leaders came together to discuss ‘lawless forces backed by extremely violent ideologies’ and its impact on democracy in Asia
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

In India, when godmen and godwomen   are unmasked, their popularity only increases
Sandeep Kumar Delhi 

Sharad Yadav, President, Janata Dal (U) and nine-time parliamentarian, speaks to Hardnews about the grand alliance in Bihar
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi 

A youth without the academic ability to secure even qualifying marks ignites Gujarat over the issue of reservation for a community that is anything but backward
Vijay Sanghvi Delhi

Hardik Patel’s agitation is a result of the damage done to the state by crony capitalism
Himanshu Upadhyaya Bengaluru 

By showcasing stories on the diverse uses of the Internet, Hardnews and the Internet Democracy Project explain how an illiberal Internet will affect your lives
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

Noor Mohammad Delhi

Here is a re-look at the kind of evidence that led to the conviction of all but one accused in the Mumbai suburban train blasts of 2006

Manisha Sethi Delhi

The ostracising of Muslim candidates by the mainstream has given Muslim parties new relevance
Adnan Farooqui Delhi 

Baloch separatist leader Hyrbyair Marri, the son of veteran Baloch national leader Nawab Khair Baksh Marri, has been fighting for an independent Balochistan from London where he i

Why is Gujarat’s most affluent community, that of the Patels, agitating?
Anand Teltumbde Delhi 

Although the agitation has been capped for now, maybe due to the Bihar elections, it may well rage again and contribute in the reordering of national politics
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

The articulate Egyptian Ambassador to India, Hatem Tageldin, is optimistic that the relationship between the two countries will get better
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

As Bihar heads into elections in October-November, the main narrative of both the contestants, the Bharatiya Janata Party and the alliance of the Janata Dal, Congress and the RJD, has centred aroun

Ongoing global efforts to curb carbon emissions will continue to make nuclear power a viable option for power generation
Hardnews Bureau Delhi   

For the BJP and PM Narendra Modi the Bihar elections is the biggest test post its spectacular win in the Lok Sabha elections in 2014
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

SS Rajamouli’s ‘Bahubali’ is a childhood comic come alive with epic characters and spectacular sequences
Sonali Ghosh Sen Delhi 

Delhi’s Shree Hanuman Akhara is sending four pehelwans to the Kushti World Cup in the US in September
Tarun Pratap Delhi 

In recent years, the campaign to maintain citizens’ right to the Internet -- and protect them from practices that would benefit only a few – has become fierce and noisy 
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

The institutions guiding capitalism know little why trade cycles inflict tragedies on people they are supposed to benefit
Bhupender Yadav Bengaluru

Increasing politicisation of content on the big and small screens is glaring, yet precious little noise is being made about it
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

Monetary policy exclusively focused on fighting inflation, in the contemporary Indian context, is likely to attain limited success and instead might even further squeeze growth potential
Atul Sood & Santosh Das Delhi

Rohini Salian’s revelations underline that the nation is in the hands of a muscular and hyper-Hindu nationalism
Manisha Sethi Delhi

Masaan, Neeraj Ghyawan’s debut film, is an exploration of age-old contrasts and, therefore, of change
Sonali Ghosh Sen Delhi

Exclusive interview with Gholamreza Ansari, Iranian Ambassador to New Delhi, who spoke on ISIS and changing equation between Israelis and Americans following the Iran nuclear deal
Sanjay Kapoor & Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

Hardnews talks to Sunil Abraham, the executive director of the Centre for Internet and Society (CIS), about the future of the Internet in India
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan’s refusal to lower rate of interest when the economy is tanking is very intriguing
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

The declared goals of ISIS are territorial conquest and the establishment of a worldwide Islamic Caliphate, ahead of a predicted apocalypse of Islamic theology. Is Afghanistan on their radar?
Shrinivasrao S Sohoni Dili

Exclusive interview with Adnan Abu Alhaija, Palestinian Ambassador to New Delhi, who spoke on Indo- Palestine political relations, ISIS and the Iran nuclear deal
Sanjay Kapoor and Sadiq Naqvi Delhi