On January 20 this year, TSI carried a cover story India’s other Shame: Missing Children in which our correspondent tracked down victims and highlighted how more than 60,000 children disappear every year in the country,
TSI had, on December 23, 2012, done a story Enabling sensitivity on the lack of a dignified life for the physically challenged people in the country.
On September 23, 2012, TSI in its special story Reserved Discrimination unearthed a glaring case of delay in time-bound promotions of Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) by the Lok Sabha secretariat.
On May 31, 2009, TSI carried an in-depth cover story on how dynastic politics would hold no more water in India and that it cannot be associated only with the Congress party and that there are numerous political families in India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.
It isn’t love that makes the world go round for Fiji resort owner Abdul Razzaq Khan (Paresh Rawal). Fear does. He asks the male protagonist: do you believe in God? Yes, the latter replies. No, you fear God, retorts Mr. Khan. For good measure, he adds: "Dar sey hi dunia chalti hai.”
On June 9, 2009, TSI highlighted the plight of a little known community – the Bihari Muslims stranded in Bangladesh.
On August 31, 2008, TSI carried an article "Why not azaadi for Kashmir?”.
Even while a majority of the national media was beating a hasty retreat fearing contempt notices from the courts, TSI on September 21, 2008, carried a cover story on corruption in the judiciary.