To the Point - Weekend Special


Controversy over Justice Muralidhar's transfer

Amid controversy over the transfer of Delhi High Court Justice S Muralidhar, who criticised Delhi Police over violence, Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has hit out at the Congress and accused the party of politicising a routine move.


Violence over CAA: Who failed the people of Delhi?

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval today visited the violence-hit areas of North Esat Delhi and took stock of the situation.


Will Shaheen Bagh standoff end?

The Supreme Court-appointed mediators today met the Shaheen Bagh protesters for the third time to end the standoff or to at least convince them to shift to other site as their protest is affecting the traffic movement. 


Shaheen Bagh standoff: Can mediators convince protesters to shift to other site?

The anti-CAA protests at Shaheen Bagh entered Day 68 today. Meanwhile, the second round of talks between the Supreme Court-appointed mediators -- Advotes Sanjay Hegde and Sadhna Ramachandran, and the protesters have hit the dead-end.


Will SC mediators break Shaheen Bagh deadlock?

After 67 days of protests at Shaheen Bagh, Supreme Court-appointed interlocutors held the first round of talks today. The protesters reiterated their demands to repeal CAA and stop NPR and NRC.


SC clears permanent commission, command roles for women officers in Indian Army

In a historic judgment, the Supreme Court has ordered the Centre to ensure that women officers are given a permanent commission (PC) in the Army, while adding that the officers will be now eligible for command posting.


Bhuj hostel horror: Medieval truth of 'new' India

68 girl students of a college in Bhuj in Gujarat's Kutch district were allegedly forced by hostel authorities to remove their undergarments to check if they were menstruating.


AAP's Delhi victory on development or freebies?

The top focus of this episode of To The Point is AAP's emphatic victory in the just concluded Delhi assembly polls.


Delhi election results: AAP's development or BJP's nationalism?

Voting for the Delhi assembly elections ended on Saturday in the national capital amid tight vigil. According to the Election Commission data, 61.5 per cent voting was recorded in the city.


Iltija slams govt for slapping PSA on Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah

PDP president Mehbooba Mufti's daughter Iltija today slammed the Central govt for slapping PSA on her mother and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.


Poll of shame: Is this Delhi election most polarising ever?

The campaigning for the Delhi assembly elections has finally ended this evening.  So, with all those hate speeches that this campaigning has seen we raise this question, is this Delhi election most polarizing ever? Watch as panelists debate.


Anti-CAA play row: Is it right to arrest teacher and a student's mother? 

The police questioned some children and staff of a school in Bidar for the fifth time on Tuesday in connection with the sedition case registered against the management and staff following staging of a drama allegedly portraying PM Modi in poor light over the CAA and NRC.