Tatsat Chronicle Magazine

Jasvinder Sidhu

Jasvinder Sidhu is a freelance investigative journalist who worked for newspapers like The Greater Kashmir, Amar Ujala and The Hindustan Times

Global Cricket’s Toothless Policing Force

January 5, 2023
A few months after taking over as general manager of the International Cricket Council’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU), Alex Marshall pronounced, “In most parts of the world it is mostly corrupt Indian bookies.” What Marshall said was nothing new. For more than one
Rogue drones

Rogue Flying Objects

October 9, 2022
On a hot summer morning in June 2020, at around 5 am, Border Security Force (BSF) sentries manning a border outpost at Pansar in Rathua village in Jammu, which is at touching distance from the Pakistani post across the international border, picked
sanitation workers

Death of the Invisible

August 1, 2022
Even as India marks 75 years of independence with Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, the Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, Virendra Kumar, informed Parliament on July 18 that 347 people died during hazardous cleaning of sewers and septic tanks in the past

Who Will Take Care of The Caretakers?

June 3, 2022
Kusumlata is one of the 1.32 million Anganwadi Workers (AWW) who form the crucial last mile link in delivery of the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS). During the deadly second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in May 2021, she and an Anganwadi