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India’s massive Flood problem

Himanshu Upadhyay

The CAG’s latest performance audit of flood control schemes and flood forecasting shows how little is done to manage flood-induced disasters
Himanshu Upadhyay Bengaluru

SP to forge new caste equations in UP before 2019 LS polls

Hardnews Bureau

With the BSP’s popularity dipping in Uttar Pradesh after BJP’s thumping victory in the Assembly elections, the SP sees the gap as an opportunity to forge new caste equations and position itself

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Haunted by our own apathy, are we?

Hardnews Bureau

Editorial: September 2017
Hardnews Bureau Delhi  

This putrid new India

Sanjay Kapoor

India wasn’t like this. The corrupt, the crooked and those who were impacted by investigative and adversarial journalism did not outright kill a reporter or an editor if he did not really relent.

‘I feel very much at home in India’: Melba Pria

Hardnews Bureau

On the occasion of Mexico’s 207th National Day, ambassador Melba Pria speaks to Hardnews about the significance the day holds for the country and also delves into the scope and nature of the Latin American nation’s relations with India, especially in the backdrop of the changing geopolitics in the region

Jyotiraditya challenges Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to a debate

Hardnews Bureau

Yesterday, Congress Parliamentarian and former Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia challenged Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to a public debate on his governments track record

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Journalists, activists demand justice for Gauri Lankesh

Hardnews Bureau

A day after the cold-blooded murder of veteran journalist Gauri Lankesh by three unidentified assailants at the entrance of her home in Bengaluru on September 5, journalists, authors and activists

Rohingya Crisis: 'We would rather die than be sent back'

In Haryana’s Nuh district, 372 Rohingya families await their fate. The past five years have been difficult but they would rather stay here than return to imminent death
Debasrita Chakraborty Delhi 

Undoing Nehru’s legacy, are we?

Sanjay Kapoor

As the BJP government runs a vitriolic campaign against one of the most influential leaders India had ever seen—Jawaharlal Nehru—and tries to discredit his ideals of secularism at a time when the Indian society is more fractured than ever, one must stop and ask where are we headed
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

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