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Jul 24, 2015
TV channel jingoism is helping separatists even as Salafist Islam takes root in KashmirMinor incidents involving the waving of Pakistani or ISIS flags are being turned into major events worth fulminating over by TRP-hungry TV channels. This easy publicity is giving oxygen to separatism and jihadi forces.
May 28, 2015
Have you been Arnabbed? Like google or xerox, 'arnab' is a verb nowArnab Goswami has redefined the news category on TV, and the others are rebranding themselves as "not Times Now" to check if the old safe news categories are still relevant.
Feb 16, 2015
CP Kuruvilla: A towering business newsman you may never have heard aboutOn 14 February, CP Kuruvilla, one of the best news journalists in business ever, died. His contribution can never be measured by the positions he held, but by the number of talented people he nurtured.
Oct 24, 2014
Benjamin Bradlee and Abe Rosenthal: The Men Who Fought For WordsBen Bradlee, former Executive Editor of the Washington Post, who died this week, was in constant combat with his New York Times rival Abe Rosenthal.
Jun 08, 2014
When Rajdeep Sardesai and Arnab Goswami discussed Narendra ModiIt was an evening most 9-pm couch potatoes would have loved to watch. The top two of Indian news television Editor-in-Chief of IBN18 Rajdeep Sardesai and Editor-in-Chief of Times Now Arnab Goswami on the same panel, yes, a seat away from each other, discussing Narendra Modi.
May 08, 2014
What Modi baiters and bhakts will say on 12 and 16 MayWith only one phase of polling left, the fate of the 16th Lok Sabha is sealed. The last phase involves polling for 41 seats in UP. Bengal and Bihar. This phase will determine the BJP's final tally, but not significantly change the outcome
Mar 28, 2014
The NYT's Modiphobia: bias masquerading as factReportage by the western media has always been a bit jaundiced. With the rise of Modi in the Indian political landscape, even the NYT is barely able to conceal its biases
Mar 15, 2014
Kejriwal's tactics are up against law of diminishing returnsKejriwal had a good idea - a fight against corruption. He made bold moves in Delhi and came close to winning as he got lucky. But no gambler can keep winning forever. At some point one has to earn a living by focus and effort.
Mar 12, 2014
Kejriwal's leaked video: How media biases cancel themselves outAll political parties believe they are targeted by unfavourable media coverage some time or the other. But the real issue if biases are unavoidable. But usually one bias cancels out the other, and collectively the media has some credibility
Jan 13, 2014
Sahara Group seen muzzling media by obtaining a book banThe Sahara Group, which is yet to comply with a SC order to refund Rs 24,000-and-odd crore to investors, is trying to overawe a journalist with a defamation case