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Rahul Shrivastava


The writer is national affairs editor, India Today TV.

Migrant workers





coronavirus pandemic

madhya pradesh crisis

delhi riots





maharashtra assembly elections

indian economy slowdown

karnataka rebel mlas

Amit Shah

pakistan india tensions

Article 370


mission mangal

Lok Sabha elections 2019

Narendra Modi

naya pakistan



Akshay Kumar

surgical strikes

Kangana Ranaut

Rahul Gandhi

indian economy slowdown

ART & CULTURE | 4-minute read

The colour of film nostalgia

In a scenario where even officially older films are a mess to watch with DVDs...

POLITICS | 7-minute read

In Mamata Banerjee's Bengal, quarantine and testing of migrant workers is a myth

Migrant workers returning to West Bengal are being herded into ill-kept and...

VARIETY | 6-minute read

North Bengal: Pandemic is new, neglect endemic

The government left North Bengal a long time ago. A pandemic is not going to...

POLITICS | 1-minute read

Rajasthan CM stays cautious in unlocking the state

The state has decided to keep hotels, malls, restaurants, bars, religious...

VARIETY | 4-minute read

How women get a raw deal in pandemic

There is an urgent need to look into the critical aspects that make women...

VARIETY | 6-minute read

I can't breathe: Black men and white-caller crimes

The white-caller crimes have led to black Americans having to defend their...

MONEY | 7-minute read

Make in India vs Made in China: Who outweighs the other?

India has to assess whether it is time to look the dragon in the eye, or face...

VARIETY | 5-minute read

DailyOh! Why the coffee you drink could be extinct soon, to who started Taking A Knee protest

The cup of coffee you drink could be gone in 60 years.

VARIETY | 4-minute read

The Blind Spot: Exploring the sexuality of the visually impaired

Blind people have sex, watch porn, experience pleasure, have beautiful bodies...

VARIETY | 6-minute read

DailyOh! How bad was Great Bombay Cyclone, to how military curbed 1992 protests in US

The Great Bombay Cyclone of 1882 reportedly left over 1 lakh people dead.