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Our flagship daily news show, where hosts Neha Mathews and Shashank Bhargava talk to in-house experts about what is going on and why you need to care about it
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The headlines this evening, with Arun George.
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In the state assembly elections yesterday, a resurgent Congress has made crucial gains ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections with the party all set to form governments in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. We talk to our editors and experts to analyse the results of the 2018 assembly elections.
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What the resignation means for the future of the RBI and our economy, understanding the link between election results and stock markets and what lies ahead for Vijay Mallya.
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Deeptiman Tiwary discusses the circumstances behind the death of an SHO in Bulandshahr, Shruti Dhapola details Facebook's newest controversy and what it means for users and a new report says India is set to dominate globally in terms of economic growth.
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India now has a witness protection programme, Delhi High court asks Tihar jail to keep the practice of deducting convicts wages at "abeyance" and
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We look into the reasons why world hunger is rising again despite food prices going down.
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Explaining how a change in policy in Indonesia trickles down to electricity consumers in India and the crisis our power sector is facing,
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Discussing the Implant Files to understand where the medical devices and implants sector is going wrong and the far-reaching effects it has.
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What happened at the North Sentinel Island, who are the Sentinelese and why it is important to consider the laws that protect their island.
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Why the two political rivals in J&K are now joining hands and how it will affect the future of the state's politics.
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Professor Mukund Thattai helps us understand what gene editing is, its amazing potential and why there is an ethical debate around a specific CRISPR babies incident.
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Tara Krishnaswamy, co-convener of the India Women's Caucus, discusses why there is low representation of women in politics, tokenism versus empowerment and the socio-cultural impact of political representation.
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We look at why ATM service providers are unhappy with the new changes in the regulatory landscape.
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Ritu Sarin joins us to talk about the Implant Files, the most exhaustive health investigation ever mounted. The files reveal the scale at which faulty implants, bad regulation and basement surgeries are harming people.
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In this episode, we look at why thousands of farmers are marching together in Mumbai again, what their demands are and what led up to these protests.
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Journalist and author Manish Mitta joins us to explain the impact that the 1984 anti-Sikh riots had, both politically and on the cultural psyche of Indian citizens.
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Understanding the Maratha quota, what measures the RBI is planning on taking, "fake children" registered in UP anganwadis.
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Why demonetisation is still affecting farmers in Madhya Pradesh, the explosive allegations in CBI Joint Director MK Sinha's petition and an impact crater that could hold insights into the ice age climate.
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On this episode of 3 Things, Prerna Bindra, who is one of India's leading environmental journalists and travel writers, joins us to discuss the elephant deaths in Odisha, destruction of habitat and how we can start to reconcile opposing ideas of development and conservation.
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VHP and Shiv Sena together plan to organize a rally in Ayodhya, India begins to diplomatically engage with the Taliban and a plea is filled to regulate the functioning of online steaming platforms.
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BJP seems to be changing it's stance on the NRC, ASI accused of replacing stones at the Sun Temple and one of the biggest names in corporate India resigns.
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Sohail Hashmi discusses why history is being distorted in the recent renaming of cities. Measures taken by websites to combat fake news during election season. An update on Cyclone Gaja.
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In this episode, Jay Mazoomdar joins us to discuss conservation efforts, an increase in man-animal conflicts and why one tiger may have to die to protect the rest of the species.
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The Congress party in Madhya Pradesh releases their manifesto, Chattisgarh goes to polls today and the Pune Municipal Corporation finds a new to make streets cleaner.
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The Delhi Fire Service received a total number of 271 calls this Diwali, the movie 'Sarakr' causes political agitation and Asia Bibi is freed from prison.
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Why Mizos are protesting against the Chief Electoral Officer, Kashmir football through the eyes of a legendary Captain and new words added to the Collins dictionary.
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What the JDS-Congress victory in Karnataka by-polls mean for the 2019 elections and the new challenge in the man-eating tiger controversy.
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We look at why the Aravalli mountain range is so vulnerable to mining, how laws fail to protect it and how important they are to our ecosystem.
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How Sardar Patel became an icon for Hindu nationalists, what makes kids particularly vulnerable to air pollution and T1 or Anvi the man-eating tigress is killed.
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How the Hashimpura massacre unraveled, what the recent verdict said and what the survivors and family of victims have to say about delayed justice.
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We try and understand the major points of contention between the RBI and the central goverment.
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We try and unpack the on going constitutional crisis in Sri Lanka - the three key players involved, what led up to this moment and what all has happened since.
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The Andhra Pradesh CM is allegedly meddling in Telangana elections, Sainik Schools in Mizoram have started to admit girls and a Lion Air plane crashed into Indonesian seas.
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Bhutan elects a new government in power, I-League begins and Titanic II (Titanic's replica) to set sail in 2022.
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Enforcement Directorate files a charge sheet against P Chidambaram, injectible contraceptives have become a tool of empowerment for women in rural India and Jasmine Days by Benyamin wins the JCB Prize for Literature.
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Three arrested for allegedly extorting Paytm founder, important witness in the Kerala nun rape case found dead and Virat Kohli became the fastest player to score 10,000 runs in ODI.
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On today's episode, Deeptiman Tiwary unravels, piece by piece, what the Asthana controversy is about and how it may play out. Then we discuss the conditions put on firecracker sale in India.
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For the 150th episode of 3 Things, we deep dive into the pressing issue of the Jammu and Kashmir urban local body elections, why there was such a low voter turnout and what Section 35 A has to do with it.
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Why BJP has its sights set on Mizoram, why conservationists are upset with the Red Fort facelift and why Indira Jaisingh will stop appearing on behalf of the man who spearheaded the Kathua protests.
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The Travancore Devaswom Board says it is willing to file for a review petition against the Sabarimala verdict, India wins 13 individual medals at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics and ND Tiwari passes away at 93.
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Violence breaks out at Sabarimala, Delhi air deteriorates to "very poor" category for the first time this season and MJ Akbar resigns from his post.
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What the Rajasthan government is doing to contain the outbreak of the Zika virus, the reality of 100% electrification in Chattisgarh and the re-naming of Allahabad.
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Why the cut in fuel rates got erased in just ten days, the search for the Yavatmal tigress, a Punjab farmer who only allowed his son to get married on one condition.
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Death toll due to Cyclone Titli reaches over twenty in Orissa, Facebook reveals new information about the data breach last month and #metoo movement reaches the sports industry as allegation against the CEO of the BCCI emerges on Twitter.
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What happens when a minor commits a crime, the government introduces new measures to stop farmers from burning crop stubble and Durga puja committee in Kolkata has decided to dedicate this year’s pandal theme to the struggle of sex workers.
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Imminent lawyer and human rights activist, Vrinda Grover, joins us to talk about what counts as sexual harassment at the workplace, how we can recognize it and what organizations should do being in the present scenario.
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In this special episode, we discuss the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, why India is vulnerable to climate change and the way forward.
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The JNU student who went missing two years ago, the current status of the Sabarimala Temple case and local body elections are taking place in Jammu and Kashmir after more than a decade.
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Allegations of sexual misconduct against men in Indian media, why migrants are fleeing Gujarat, party alliances that are forming for the upcoming state assembly polls.
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