All stories by Ankur Bhardwaj
BJP seems to be flying high in HaryanaRediff.com15 Oct 2019
Lok Sabha elections result of 2019 tells us the Modi wave has only consolidated, instead of waning.
Delhi should follow Los Angeles and Beijing to fight air pollutionRediff.com15 Nov 2018
Here's what the national capital needs to do to ensure the residents stop breathing toxic fumes.
3 questions Yakub Memon's execution left behindRediff.com31 Jul 2015
'The nation State can thrive if all communities believe they have a stake in it; that their interests will be safeguarded; that there will be no discrimination; that there will be justice.' 'The political leadership of this country needs to decide whether it wants to mitigate these challenges to the nation by making necessary correction or whether it wants to ignore these questions that Yakub's noose has left behind,' says Ankur Bhardwaj.
''Small Town Cool' is the new genre in Mumbai'Rediff.com24 Jul 2015
Masaan co-writer Varun Grover talks about the film.
How the BJP did the shoot-yourself-in-the-foot asana on yoga dayRediff.com23 Jun 2015
The fracas over the vice-president's absence and alleging Rajya Sabha TV's blackout of the event took some sheen off the event.