The Tech and Auto Show Episode 86 brings you the first drive review of India’s best bet at electric vehicle – the Hyundai Kona Electric, as we take it for a drive around the Buddh International Circuit to see just how different it is. That’s not it, we also bring you the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e review which is simply put, the best Android Tablet out there right now. Catch all of this and more on this week’s Tech and Auto Show.
What's the way forward for Islam in Indian democracy? What does it mean to be a Muslim in India today? Congress Leader Salman Khurshid reopens the Muslim debate.Has India rejected congress definition of a liberal India? Liberals vs Indian voters: an unmissable special show.
On the Shades of this weekend, ICJ stays Kulbhushan Jadhav’s execution, tells Pakistan to allow consular access to Jhadav & India’s mission to Moon ‘Chandrayaan-2’ is set to launch on July 22nd, 2019.
Priyanka Gandhi was detained in Uttar Pradesh today when she was on her way to a village in Sonbhadra where 10 people were killed in a shootout over a land dispute. Tonight on Face Off, Zakka Jacob debates if this is just a photo-op or is Priyanka Gandhi setting the stage to take on Yogi Adityanath in the 2022 Uttar Pradesh elections.
Zeba Warsi travels to six districts across the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh and finds that women are turning into water warriors on behalf of entire villages.On #ReportersProject with Anuradha Sengupta
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'Illegal' versus 'Legal' citizens debate heats up a day after Home Minister sent out a strong message saying that the centre would identify and weed out every illegal settler in India. This announcement gives greater momentum to the National Register for Citizens becoming a nationwide drive. But the opposition is terming it as a move to isolate Muslims and to divert the attention from the real issues. Tonight on The Right Stand, Anand Narasimhan asks, is it time for a nationwide NRC push?
The Karnataka Assembly Speaker ignores the orders of the Governor and the Supreme Court and continues to delay the floor test as the BJP pitches to claim power in the state. As governance is put on auto-pilot in the state due to this political drama - is the Congress-JD(S) camp violating constitutional principles?
Despite an interim order from the Supreme Court, the Karnataka Speaker adjourned the Assembly without any floor test. That's left the Congress-JDS coalition alive for another day. Tonight on Face Off, Zakka Jacob debates if the Speaker has made a mockery of the Supreme Court's order.