India

Floods: Learning from the locals

Hardnews Bureau

Residents in flood-prone areas, such as Mithila, have a long history of living with floods. It’s time to listen to them
Dinesh Kumar Mishra Jamshedpur 

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Bypolls: Decoding the big wins

Hardnews Bureau

As the results of bypolls in Delhi, Andhra Pradesh and Goa are announced, here is a look at what the victories mean
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Doklam standoff: What follows thereafter?

Sanjay Kapoor

The end of the two-month-long standoff between India and China leaves several questions in its wake: who succeeded over whom, why did India pull its troops back and what happens next
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Dera chief Ram Rahim gets 10-year jail term

The Dera Chief is also facing trial in two separate murder cases- those of Dera follower Ranjit Singh and of journalist Ram Chander Chattrapati
Hardnews Bureau Delhi  

Ending face-off; India and China agree to ‘disengagement’ at Doklam

Hardnews Bureau

The decision to disengage in the Doklam conflict is certainly India’s win over a bullying neighbour. However, it could be a ploy for another Chinese move in future
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Amit Shah, Smriti Irani take oath as RS members

Hardnews Bureau

New Delhi: BJP chief Amit Shah and Union Minister Smriti Irani today took oath as Rajya Sabha members. Mr Shah is making a debut in Parliament.

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Supreme Court's Landmark Ruling Declares Privacy a Fundamental Right

Hardnews Bureau

The Supreme Court’s landmark ruling is expected to have serious implications for the Whatsapp privacy case and Aadhaar case which are currently being heard in the court

Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Instability in Tamil Nadu: BJP is the third at a table for two

R Sridhar Rao

The ADMK caught in the maelstrom of its warring factions has left the state without decisive leadership and allowed the BJP to take control. This political manoeuvring is a cause of much worry for the common Tamilian who has prospered because of the stability bipartisan politics brought them
R Sridhar Rao Nagapattinam

Lt. Col. Purohit gets bail, activists ask what about other terror accused?

Hardnews Bureau

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

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