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  • Y Not: Young Kashmiris speak out August 30, 2010

    Y Not speaks to young Kashmiri about the violence in the Valley and how to resolve the issue. ...
  • Kashmiri youths react to stonepelting issue July 16, 2010

    CNNIBN's Anubha Bhosle spoke to some university students to see what they felt of the stone pelting issue. ...
  • Y Not: Honour killing and the youth July 10, 2010

    Falling in love and getting married with a person from another caste is not so easy in 21st century India. Caste panchayats and families, trapped in medieval times, frown upon such marriages and even go to the extent of killing the couple. ...
  • Y Not: Haryana's youth judge caste courts July 5, 2010

    Y Not went in search of a true meaning and relevance of the caste courts in the eyes of the young in Haryana. ...
  • Ynot: Breaking the stereotype about Pakistan June 10, 2010

    This week, the show travels to Pakistan. We try to break away from the stereotype by presenting the Pakistan that may not make it to the headline but is very much real. On the show, meet a young Fashion editor of Expose on being a Pakistani and how difficult it...
  • Ynot: What rural India wants this budget June 10, 2010

    On Ynot's budget this week, the show travels to Nangla Nangli village on the outskirts of Delhi to find out what the people of the village expect from the Finance Minister. ...
  • Take a journey to the Maha Kumbh with Ynot June 10, 2010

    In Ynot this week, the show takes you to the heart of Maha Kumb in Haridwar and tries to find out what's attracting the young to the land of the gods. Shaukat Azmi remembers her romantic love story with her late husband and poet Kaifi Azmi in Kaifi and I...
  • YNot: Who does Mumbai belong to? May 19, 2011

    The vitriolic campaign by the Shiv Sena and MNS against North Indians has divided Indian polity and the people. ...
  • Y Not goes to Lahore, bridges IPL divide January 31, 2010

    Pakistan has reacted sharply to the Indian Premier League not picking up any of their cricketers at a player auction. CNNIBNs Suhasini Haidar travels to Lahore and meets the articulate students Lahore University of Management Sciences to know why young Pakistanis feel betrayed and outraged. Also on the show a...
  • Ynot: A travel down India's memory lane June 10, 2010

    As India completes 60 years of being a Republic and looks ahead to achieve much more, the Ynot team travel down the memory lane. ...
  • YNot: Young Indians look at the country's future June 10, 2010

    In a few days Indian will complete 60 years of being a Republic. A lot has been achieved over the last 60 years but a lot more needs to be achieved in the coming years. How do young Indian look at the future of the country? ...
  • YNot: Demanding justice in Ruchika molestation case June 10, 2010

    YNot started a 'Justice for Ruchika' campaign with a candlelight vigil joining hands with Ruchika's friend Aradhana who has been battling the system seeking justice for Ruchika. ...
  • Ynot: Should prostitution be legalised? June 10, 2010

    Should the Government take the Supreme Court's advice and legalise prostitution? ...
  • YNot: Ayodhya revisited 17 years after the holy war September 17, 2010

    A religious and political war divides this holy land. Seventeen years later does Ayodhya continue to simmer in the embers of '92 riots or has it found peace? ...
  • Ynot: Delhi's initiative towards keeping the city clean June 10, 2010

    Ynot scientists also find out why some bad habits are good for environment. ...
  • Ynot: HindiMarathi fuss in Mumbai June 10, 2010

    Mumbai was in the news for the MNS drama at the Assembly house. ...
  • Ynot: Is singing Vande Mataram unIslamic? June 10, 2010

    The Jamiat UlemaiHind, an organization of Muslim clerics, at its national convention at Deoband this week have vowed to fight against terrorism but at the same time they have decided not to sing the Vande Mataram considering that it was unislamic. Is singing Vande Mataram unIslamic? Should the Muslims sing...
  • Ynot: Coming out of the closet June 10, 2010

    Being queer and living in Indian society is never easy. ...
  • Ynot: Revisiting 1984 antiSikh carnage June 10, 2010

    The 25th anniversary of the antiSikh riots of 1984 is just round the corner. ...
  • Y Not: Young aspirations this Diwali October 17, 2009

    Y Not is all about the youth and his aspirations. So this Diwali we find out how todays youth wants to light up their future. ...
  • Y Not: Youth show checks out the Thackerays October 11, 2009

    Y Not , CNNIBNs youth show goes to Maharashtra to know what are big issues in the state elections: from the Rs 350crore statue being built for Shivaji to Raj Thackerays campaign against North Indians. ...
  • I want more success, fame: Vijender Singh March 27, 2010

    Vijender Singh has done it once again, this time by becoming the world's No.1 boxer in the middleweight category. ...
  • The man behind bapu, rediscover the younger Gandhi October 5, 2009

    Jyotika Sehgal reviews his autobiography, My Experiments With Truth, to show viewers other side of Gandhi. ...
  • Y Not: Oct 2, Mahatma's b'day or just a Govt holiday? June 10, 2010

    Is October 2 merely a Government holiday with less traffic on the streets? Does today's world follow the Mahatma's footsteps? Ynot debates. ...
  • Watch: Gen X takes on the Ram Leela stage June 10, 2010

    It's that time of the year again when everyone is in a festive mood and worklife virtually comes to a standstill. Its puja time. And this time round, young professionals are trying their hand at something traditional yet enriching. They are becoming part of the Ram Leelas. ...
  • Blast from the past: 50 years of Doordarshan June 10, 2010

    CNNIBN salutes Doordarshan for completing 50 years in India. ...
  • A writer with a difference, meet Palash Mehrotra June 10, 2010

    Writer Palash Mehrotra writes gritty stories of "love and destruction", in his short story collection Eunuch Park....
  • Powerpuff girls: First female musical duo from Pakistan September 14, 2009

    Music knows no boundaries. This has been proved by first musical duo from Pakistan, Zeb and Haniya, who are trying to spread peace and harmony through their music. ...
  • CBSE scraps board exam, grading system now new mantra September 14, 2009

    The introduction of the new grading system by Union minister of education Kapil Sibal has brought smiles and relief to a large section of the educated society in India. ...
  • In hard times, DUSU polls still a lavish affair September 14, 2009

    This year six candidates were disqualified from contesting DUSU elections.These candidates were found spending more money than the fixed amount of Rs 5,000. ...