On the Shades of This this weekend, we follow the Amarnath Yatris as they embark on a journey of faith & salvation. And a word in from actor Ali Fazal on straddling both Bollywood & Hollywood!
Karnataka health officials are complicit in the widespread practice of Illegal child marriages and early pregnancies, Stacy Pereira finds out more on Reporters Project.
On Reporters Project, Sougata Mukhopadhyay finds TMC party leaders on the back foot as people rise up and demand they return the money they have allegedly extorted.
The Delhi government's plan to install 1.5 lakh CCTV cameras in Delhi government schools gets a boost after the SC refuses to place a stay on the initiative over concerns of privacy. In the tussle between privacy & parental oversight, will CCTVs become class monitors in Delhi's government schools?
The Committee of Administrators is all set to do a post mortem of our World Cup performance. They have prepared a set of questions for Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri including on the decision to bring in MS Dhoni at number 7 in the semi final against New Zealand. Tonight on Face Off, Zakka Jacob asks if the Team Management for it wrong.
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The crushing defeat on May 23 for the Congress has pushed it deeper into a pit it had long floundered in and now struggles to get out of. A spate of resignations - from the party President and through the rank and file reflects an outcome of a long-standing rot now hitting home. And the malaise spreading to MLAs in Karnataka and Goa is indication enough of things getting worse -- with rumblings already being heard in 5 Congress-ruled states. Tonight on The Right Stand, Anand Narasimhan asks, is recovery possible as 'isteefa' virus spreads in Congress?
The Karnataka Speaker continues to sit on resignations of MLAs, despite the Supreme Court telling him to come to a decision immediately. Tonight on Face Off, Zakka Jacob debates whether the Speaker is following the law or just buying time.
Two more MLAs have resigned in Karnataka, taking the total number to 16. Even as the coalition is on the brink, the Congress is busy locking up rebel MLAs in an attempt to quell the rebellion. Tonight on Face Off, Zakka Jacob debates if governance has gone for a toss in Karnataka.