Tonight at 10:30, CNN-IBN Deputy Editor Sagarika Ghose discusses with a panel of experts whether artistic freedom is in jeopardy in India. You can send your viewpoint and questions on the issue here or tweet them to us @Face_the_Nation
12:08 PM, Feb 06, 2013
The god particle, tonight at 10 pm CNN-IBN's Deputy Editor discusses with a panel of experts, are scientists close to discovering how the universe began?
01:49 PM, Jul 04, 2012
Masand says don't miss 'The Artist' for anything. What do you think? Write your own review and win prizes.
11:08 PM, Feb 24, 2012
Tonight at 10, Sagarika Ghose asks a panel of experts if bureaucrats should be protected from RTI.
11:36 AM, Oct 19, 2011
Rajeev Masand says 'Green Lantern' is underwhelming. What do you think? Write your own review and win prizes.
11:38 PM, Jun 17, 2011
Celebrated Indian artist Maqbool Fida Husain, who earned fame and controversy over his paintings, died in a London hospital at on Thursday. Tonight at 10 Sagarika Ghose discusses with a panel of experts, did Husain transform Indian art?
12:16 PM, Jun 09, 2011
Tonight at 10, Sagarika Ghose asks a panel of experts if educated Indians are aborting girl child.
12:00 PM, May 25, 2011
Rajeev Masand says 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama' is not funny. What do you think? Write your reviews and win prizes.
11:08 PM, May 20, 2011
If you are an RTI activist and have received threats or battled coercion in any form, share your story. We will provide a platform for your battle in partnership with Parivartan.
12:30 PM, Jul 23, 2010
The suicide of 14-year-old Rouvanjit Rawla has once again raised the issue of corporal punishment in schools. The Class VIII student of Kolkata's prestigious La Martiniere school who had been caned by the school principal for indiscipline, committed suicide, unable to take the humiliation. Corporal punishment is not an unknown phenomenon and does exist in today's classrooms. Have you ever faced corporal punishment? Do you know of some one who was subject to corporal punishment in school? Share with us your story.
12:49 PM, Jun 15, 2010
Scientists on Thursday announced a bold step in the enduring quest to create artificial life by producing a living cell powered by manmade DNA. While such work can evoke images of Frankenstein-like scientific tinkering, it also is exciting hopes that it could eventually lead to new fuels, better ways to clean polluted water, faster vaccine production and more. Do you support the concept of an artificial life?
12:34 PM, May 21, 2010