The Tech and Auto Show Episode 82 takes you to London to take a look at the technology from the future, right now. That's not it we also get our hands on the much awaited Internet SUV – the MG Hector and find out whether it's been worth the hype. Also, we bring you the latest scooters from the house of Hero MotoCorp and find a solution to beat the cricket fever by showing you our top picks of cricket games for your smartphones. Catch all of this and more on India's first Tech and Auto Show, only on CNN-News18.
14 killed, dozens injured in Barmer in Rajasthan as a pandaal roof collapses on religious sermon due to fierce winds and rain. PM and other top leaders express condolences.
His name is synonymous with travel in India. Deep Kalra owns MakeMyTrip and has turned it into a $6 Billion enterprise. But we often forget how much MakeMyTrip has transformed the way in which we buy plane tickets and book hotels. He also speaks on the Indian travel explosion and the degradation of our hill stations and destinations.
On the Shades of India this weekend, what will the Indian monsoon bring this year, and what might it not.
Rajeev Masand’s review of Toy Story 4, Dhanush talks about his international debut.
As the Finance Minister @nsitharaman prepares to table the first #Budget2019 of Prime Minister Modi’s second term, @radhika1705 meets women in Mumbai city to find out their great expectations. On #ReportersProject with @anuradhasays
Showdown over rights of Muslim women in Parliament. Today, Triple Talaq was the first bill that was introduced by the Modi govt 2.0 in the 17th Lok Sabha and opposition pounced on the government calling the bill 'unconstitutional'. The govt held its ground and defended the bill saying it was meant at ensuring gender justice. Tonight on Viewpoint, Marya Shakil asks, will the Modi sarkar succeed in getting 'sabka vishwas'?
In Bengaluru the #IMAfraud #MansoorKhan #PonziScheme has duped over 40,000 people of their hard earned savings @RevathiRajeevan finds out why the overwhelming majority of the victims of this scam are Muslim and how endorsement from local religious leaders and politicians made people trust the IMA. On #ReportersProject with @anuradhasays
Chennai is facing its worst crisis in 30 years. But 2 days ago, the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister accused the media of exaggerating the situation. Today he held an emergency meeting on the situation. Tonight on Face Off, Maha Siddiqui discusses how politicians have let down Chennaites.