Excerpt from Gujarat Files: When Rana Ayyub met Narendra Modi

In The Gujarat Files, Rana Ayyub reveals for the first time all the information she collected while she was undercover for eight months, investigating the state machinery in Modi's state.

posted by NL Team|May 28, 2016   in Book Extract|38 comments


Report from Varanasi: Kashi hasn’t become Kyoto

Two years as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency doesn’t seem to have done Varanasi much good.

posted by Utpal Pathak|May 27, 2016   in Articles|7 comments


Mohammad Sadiq: born a Muslim, brought up a Sikh

Congress’s Mohammad Sadiq throws light on caste and identity in Punjab

posted by Kshitij Malhotra|May 26, 2016   in Articles|2 comments


Urdu, from official language to vandals’ target

Men claiming to be RSS demanded a Urdu couplet be painted over. Yet Urdu is one Delhi’s official languages.

posted by Ishan Kukreti|May 25, 2016   in Articles|5 comments


Durgesh Pathak says Congress, Akalis are no competition for AAP

Durgesh Pathak, Aam Aadmi Party’s organisational chief, talks about the party’s plans in Punjab

posted by Amit Bhardwaj|May 25, 2016   in Articles|no comments


Forget surgery, Congress has multiple sclerosis

This is how Congress mukt bharat became a reality

posted by Kanchan Gupta|May 24, 2016   in Articles|16 comments


What’s the point of the Geospatial Information Regulation Bill?

The government is taking comments on the bill till June 4. Here’s everything you need to know before having your say

posted by Kaushik Chatterji|May 24, 2016   in Articles|one comment

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Maoists behead three men for being police informers

Another village in Bihar is now caught in the power play of the naxals and the police

posted by Amit Bhardwaj|May 24, 2016   in Articles|no comments


So what if he’s in deep freeze? Guru Ashutosh Maharaj still commands a following

This cult believes its leader will return and so has kept his dead body in a sub-zero temperature room.

posted by Kshitij Malhotra|May 24, 2016   in Articles|3 comments


Women journalists in Kashmir are redefining the Valley girl

The number of women journalists working in Kashmir is rising, slowly but steadily

posted by Adnan Bhat|May 23, 2016   in Articles|one comment

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