How prepared is Delhi for a bird flu outbreak?

The government administration seems to be dozing while cases of bird flu are popping up on the radar
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi

Government Schemes can't run without Women: India’s Hidden Unrest

If the female workers who are instrumental to the smooth functioning of social schemes are not reimbursed adequately, then the entire foundation of these schemes will collapse
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Tribal Education: The Rigidity of the Written Word

Efforts by the Maharashtra government to tackle language based exclusion are commendable but they are only one part of the solution
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Tata to the Good Times

The abrupt sacking of Cyrus Mistry and Ratan Tata reaching out to the government begs the question: What is going on in the Tata group?
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Young Turk on the Rise

In an interview with Hardnews young parliamentarian PK Biju talks about the trials and tribulations of politics
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

City of Spectres

RV Smith has spent a lifetime getting to know the many sprites who inhabit Delhi
Abeer Kapoor Delhi


Vigilante Groups are rupturing the Secular Fabric of Mewat

Hardnews spoke to Shail Mayaram, an authority on the Meos, in an attempt to unravel the recent events in Mewat. She has authored two books, Resisting Regimes and Against History, Against State, on the community

Hiranandani family feud draws to a close

A long running court case involving an influential real estate group has reached a conclusion of sorts
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Najeeb Ahmed: He is still missing

Much like Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon, the sudden vanishing of Najeeb Ahmed, the first-year PG student in JNU is peculiar and strange. The missing 27-year-old is now the newest symbol of the student's protest movement that has previously engulfed JNU
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

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