India

Bofors: The Quattrochi and Hinduja connection

Mohan Guruswamy

Acting on a directive of the Lok Sabha’s Public Accounts Committee, the CBI will now be writing to the government seeking its permission to restart the investigations into the alleged Bofors pay-offs
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi

The Art of Legitimising Lynchings

With incidents of lynching and mob violence against minorities on the rise, what are the perils of propagating half-truths and half lies
Lakhinder Singh Delhi

Cornershop Nationalism: Say No, to Chinese Goods

Shalini Sharma

Swadeshi Jagran Manch, has been leading a campaign to cut down imports from China. At the heart of the matter are the outstanding diplomatic issues with Beijing pertaining to the border in the east and Beijing’s all-weather friendship with neighbouring Pakistan
Shalini Sharma Delhi  

‘Brazil is back in the Game’

Sanjay Kapoor

As Brazil reels under a political crisis, Ambassador Tovar da Silva Nunes speaks to Hardnews about the current situation in the country and the scope and depth of the relationship it shares with India
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

‘Turkey still recovering from last year’s coup attempt’

Shalini Sharma

Recounting the one-year period that has passed since the coup attempt took place, the Turkish Ambassador said that 300 institutions that had been shut down have been reopened and lauded India’s decision to stand by Turkey at the time
Shalini Sharma Delhi

Amit Shah, Arun Jaitley, Sushma, Rajnath hold meeting on China

Hardnews Bureau

Delhi:  Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and BJP Chief Amit Shah today held a meeting here to discuss the situation on the border with China and also

Nagaland Governor asks CM Shurhozelie to obtain ‘Vote of Confidence’

Kohima: Nagaland Governor, P B Acharya has repeated his request on Chief Minister Dr Shurhozelie “To positively prove his majority on the floor of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly” on or before Ju

How do we fix India’s ‘stunted’ growth?

Shalini Sharma

Despite having a food safety solution since 1975, our progress has been slower than some of the poorest countries in sub-Saharan Africa. How do we fix it?
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

“Every cow needs to be protected! So perhaps one constable for every 10 cows!!”

In a conversation with Hardnews, Dr. Arvind Verma, talks about the complete disregard of the rule of law in India, the beef ban and the logistics of implementation

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