Village In India Gets Electricity After 74 Years
“It's a matter of joy that 74 years after the country got its Independence, we have seen electricity for the first time.” Electric heaters, uninterrupted access to TV and enough lights to study... Locals in Kashmir's Machil will have a warm and comforting winter this year.
When A Guy Clicks Photos Like Girls Have To
Ever wondered why models have to pose covered in chocolate? If you didn't, you will now. RJ and actor Abhilash Thapliyal went all in, wanting you to think twice.
Why Justice Shah Thinks Judiciary Has Been A “Mute Spectator”
Kashmir's bifurcation, CAA, sedition, UAPA... Justice AP Shah, the former chief justice of the Delhi High Court, pointed out the various ways India’s judicial system had “failed” in its duties in recent years. Thanks to Centre for Study of Society and Secularism.
Stand-Up Comic Roasts Arnab & Kangana
“Not Sushant’s, Rhea broke Arnab’s heart.” Comedian Munawar Faruqui Comedy lets it rip on the obsessive media coverage after SSR’s death.
Learn Subversive English With This Witty Educator
With Madri Kakoti, you can learn the inner workings of the English language… with a hidden political message.
Woman Describes Sexual Assault Stigma Through Poem
Men's crimes are forgotten and women are tried, says @NidhhiGuuptaa in her hard-hitting poem on rape and its aftermath.
The Clean-Sweep Cinema Of Chaitanya Tamhane
Do you know the Indian director whose movie won a prestigious award at the Venice Film Festival this year? Meet Chaitanya Tamhane. They say he is only two films old but he’s one of India’s best filmmakers already.
Sitharaman Shield For PM CARES In Parliament
“Transparency should start from home.” This was Nirmala Sitharaman’s strongly worded defence when opposition members criticised the PM CARES fund.
Tharoor Slams Centre On Covid & Economic Slump
“We have the worst of both worlds.” Shashi Tharoor on the public health and economic crises facing India.
India Vs. Pakistan On Human Rights Violations
India and Pakistan tore into each other yet again at a UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva.