Q@9: An Air Vice Marshal’s Half-Sabre Slaying, DUSU Abuses Journos
 Pilot Officer Kamal Khanna being commissioned as an officer of the IAF, 19th Dec 1959. (Photo: Rohit Khanna/The Quint)
Pilot Officer Kamal Khanna being commissioned as an officer of the IAF, 19th Dec 1959. (Photo: Rohit Khanna/The Quint)

Q@9: An Air Vice Marshal’s Half-Sabre Slaying, DUSU Abuses Journos

1. Air Force Day: How I Discovered My Dad Was a Half-Sabre Slayer

The story of how I discovered that my father slayed half a Pakistani aircraft in the 1965 war.

2. DUSU Abuses The Quint’s Journalists, Calls #MakeOutInIndia Immoral

We went out to ask DU students questions about sexual consent for #MakeOutInIndia and ended up in a police station. Read the story here.

3. How We Made ‘Talvar’: A Producer’s Note (Part 1)

A personal account from behind the scenes on the making of ‘Talvar’.

4. Are You an Ex-player? Become an Indian Cricket Administrator

Watch Dennis Freedman talk about the various ways through which one can become an Indian cricket administrator.

5. Shift Towards Profitable Crops Explains the Crisis in Marathwada

Push for sugarcane farming has led to neglect of traditional crops in Marathwada, writes Vivian Fernandes.

6. Beef Ban Politics: How Many Cows Are Smuggled to Bangladesh?

Government whips BSF to control cow smuggling at Indo-Bangladesh Border. Read the story here.

7. Talaq Over WhatsApp: A Ridiculous Idea Say Some, Okay Say Others

Conservative Muslims and activists are divided over the WhatsApp talaq issue. Read the story here.

8. Sexolve 1: RainbowMan Answers Your Questions

Any problems or questions regarding your sex, sexuality or relationships? Harish Iyer answers them here.

9. Soft Hindutva: For Congress, the Cows Have Come Home to Roost

Congress plays the Hindutva card again as Digvijaya Singh says party is against cow slaughter, writes Kay Benedict.