Web Chat

  • After Hangout success, Modi live chats with NRIs September 2, 2012

    Ahmedabad: After the success of his first live chat with millions of people via Google Plus Hangout, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday reached out to NRIs in the US via web conference. The CM chatted with NRIs from across 12 American cities. On Friday, he had spoken in favour of...
  • CJ Web Chat: Pradeep Bhatia on RTI December 3, 2011

    This week on Net Connect, CJ Pradeep Bhatia chats about his experiences as a CJ and the power of RTI ...
  • CJ Web Chat: Citizens & Traffic Management November 26, 2011

    Connect on the Net: CJ Sameer Mehta's web chat on how citizens can help address traffic issues in their city ...
  • Aamir chats on web with fans to promote 3 Idiots November 10, 2009

    Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan are known for their promotion skills in the film industry. So, this time for his upcoming movie 3 Idiots, Aamir tried something different. The actor along with the star cast of the film released a soundtrack online and also chatted with his fans. ...
  • Assembly Polls: Q&A with Rajdeep Sardesai, Thu 4:30 pm October 22, 2009

    Join CNN-IBN Editor-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesai in a web chat on results of the Assembly elections. ...
  • View Chat with Sagarika Ghose on caste factor in polls February 26, 2009

    New Delhi: A recent CNN-IBN and CSDS survey has revealed that livelihood issues will figure high on the voters' agenda in this General Elections. While 5 per cent had reservation as a key issue, a mere one per cent thought Hindutva was key. Has the mind of the Indian electorate...
  • View chat: Ban fundamentalist organisations? October 6, 2008

    Bhupendra Chaubey chatted on violence witnessed in the last few weeks. ...
  • 'Nuclear deal can only be to the advantage of India' July 15, 2008

    Supporters of the Indo-US nuclear deal say it would help in solving the country’s energy needs and end its nuclear apartheid. Critics say the deal would put India in the grip of America and end India’s nuclear sovereignty. What does India gain from the deal? Does the deal endanger sovereignty?...
  • 'Left is the new untouchable in Indian politics' July 11, 2008

    The Left Front has finally delivered its threat and withdrawn support to the Congress-led UPA Government. The Government is in minority in Parliament now but many political analysts say the Left going is a blessing in disguise. The Government can now carry on with the Indo-US nuclear deal and economic...
  • Exclusive: Taslima on her confinement | Full Chat January 18, 2008

    New Delhi: Controversial Bangladeshi author, Taslima Nasreen has had a turbulent few months ever since she was forced to leave Kolkata in November last year, following violent protests by hardline Islamist groups. In an exclusive webchat on IBNLive.com, Taslima fielded hundreds of questions from across the world. ...
  • Taslima on IBNLive chat: 'India is not a theocracy' January 18, 2008

    New Delhi: Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen achieved a meteoric rise to fame in the 1980s for her strong feminist views, which are often seen as criticism of Islam and religion in general. Her literature has won her millions of admirers all over the world. At the same time, she has...
  • 'Guwahati clash could start another tragic conflict' November 27, 2007

    New Delhi: What started as a normal protest by an Adivasi group in Guwahati turned into a tribal-local conflict on Saturday, causing damage to property and life. Is it a new wave of intolerance or opening of old wounds in the conflict-ridden state? Veteran journalist and Northeast observer Sanjoy Hazarika...
  • Chat now: With Sanjoy Hazarika on Assam violence November 27, 2007

    He will address queries on the growing intolerance and conflict. ...
  • Chat Now: With Vidya Shankar Aiyar on Indo-US N-deal November 1, 2007

    The PM says the nuclear deal is delayed and not dead. The US has warned that the time is running out for India. The UPA has begun backdoor talks with Opposition parties to end the impasse, but the Left doesn't seem amenable. What's the fate of Indo-US nuclear deal? Will...
  • Chat now: With Sagarika Ghose on public activism for justice October 18, 2007

    Jessica Lall, Priyadarshini Mattoo and now Rizwanur Rahman. Time and again, it's taken public outcry and media activism to win justice in these cases. Has the candle set the judiciary on fire? Does it need a public outcry to get justice in India? Join Sagarika Ghose in a Live Chat...
  • Chat Now: With VK Shashikumar on the threat of terror October 15, 2007

    Coming Up: Live Chat with VK Shashikumar ...
  • Chat now: Live chat with Diptosh Majumdar on UPA crisis October 10, 2007

    Is the UPA Government heading for collapse? Will the current political crisis at the Centre lead to mid-term polls? ...
  • Why is India silent on Myanmar? Chat now with Dr Aiyar October 3, 2007

    UN has declared October 2 as World Non-Violence Day. Speaking at the UN on this occasion, Sonia Gandhi and Pranab Mukherjee preached 'non-violence' to the world community. Yet India keeps mum on the situation Myanmar. Why Delhi doesn't have the courage when it comes to Myanmar? ...
  • Chat now: With the man who spilled Bofors beans October 1, 2007

    In two years, Sumon K Chakrabarti has broken three Bofors stories. Has he seen the bottom of the case? ...