Articles by Rashme Sehgal
Jan 18, 2019
Marriage and freedom: As girls in India become more independent, is society ready to respect women's choices?Winds of change are blowing across the country with a younger and grittier generation determined to express their personal choices upfront.
Jan 12, 2019
CBI vs CBI fallout: Retired IPS officers say row has besmirched agency's reputation, pin blame for 'rot' on CentreThe retired officers feel the row has besmirched the reputation of the CBI, and are speaking up against the Centre.
Jan 05, 2019
Maharashtra farmers face severe water crisis as winter rains play truant, damage prospects of rabi cropsFarmers had pinned their hopes on the winter rains for the rabi season. However, unfortunately, the rainfall deficit across large swathes of the country has come as a setback.
Dec 24, 2018
Ganga pollution protest: Bizarre disappearance of Swami Gopal Das from Dehradun hospital puts doubt on govt's intentOn learning of her son’s disappearance, Gopal Das’ distraught 60-year-old mother Shakuntala went on a fast unto death at Triveni ghats in Rishikesh from 13 December.
Dec 20, 2018
Bulandshahr violence: SHO Subodh Kumar Singh's killing was a 'deep-rooted conspiracy', says his sonShrey Singh, the son of SHO Subodh Kumar Singh, who died at the hands of cow vigilantes in Bulandshahr, listed out a number of aspects which aroused suspicion.
Dec 15, 2018
Assembly elections 2018: Lack of focus on women's issues, reduced spending on welfare angered female voters in MP, RajasthanMarginalisation of women can be seen in the dip in women's representation in the Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Dec 09, 2018
Bulandshahr violence: Subodh Singh's son calls father's murder 'motivated', asks why fellow police left him to dieShrey, eldest son of SHO Subodh Kumar Singh who was killed during Bulandshahr mob violence, says that his father's murder must serve as an example against lynching and cow vigilantism
Dec 07, 2018
Rajasthan Elections 2018: Voters trust neither BJP nor Congress, but electorate leans in favour of Vasundhara Raje's last-minute sopsThere is a strong undercurrent of disquiet and unease as the people of Rajasthan line up to cast their vote. This unease is directed at the political class who have left no stone unturned to woo the electorate.
Dec 01, 2018
Outgoing CEC OP Rawat says there is no integral problem with EVMs, raises concerns about fake newsChief Election Commissioner OP Rawat demits office on Saturday after a rather hectic term in office.
Nov 28, 2018
Sajad Lone says J&K governor should be more careful with remarks, accuses Omar, Mehbooba of 'ganging up' on himPeople’s Conference chairman Sajad Lone belongs to new generation of political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir.